Lisbon, Portugal

Fascinating And Multifaceted Lisbon

Fascinating And Multifaceted Lisbon

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13 tour stops


The Castle & the Alfama

This 12th century fortress was largely rebuilt after an 18th century earthquake.

6 min

The Church of Santa Lucia & a History of Lisbon

The Miradouro de Santa Lucia offers an exceptional view overlooking the river Tagus.

10 min

Cathedral Sé

This 12th century cathedral houses artifacts that date back to the Iron Age.

4 min

Church of Saint Anthony

The Church of Santo António is named after a 12th century Lisbon native.

4 min

Praca do Comercio

Situated along the river Tagus, Commercial Square celebrates Lisbon’s trade.

7 min

Museu do Chiado

This museum features Portuguese art dating from the mid-19th century to the present.

3 min

Opera House

The interior of this building features the Rococo style, and it is lavish and ornate.

3 min

Praca Luis de Camoes & the Largo do Chiado

These squares feature many buildings & statues that relate Portugal’s rich history.

8 min

Sao Roque

Sao Roque is a Baroque style church built during the time of the Counter-Reformation.

5 min

Convento do Carmo

Devastated by the 1755 earthquake, this convent now serves as a museum.

3 min

Elevador de Santa Justa

Part of the city’s transit system, this lift links the Chiado and Baixa districts.

3 min

Praca Dom Pedro IV

Originally a Roman stadium, this site has also hosted parades, rallies, & bullfights.

6 min

Avenida da Liberdade & Praça dos Restauradores

This square and avenue commemorate Portugal’s national heritage and independence.

7 min


We start at the Alfama, the oldest part of Lisbon where the Castle is situated. Your guide to Lisbon will tell you how the Portuguese took the castle from the Moors and turned it into a royal palace for over 400 years.

Our tour of Lisbon, which will take you about 5 or 6 hours, depending on how many breaks you take, will then guide you to one of the best views across the river Tagus before leading you down to the city’s Cathedral Sé. Recent excavations have unearthed some amazing ruins dating back to Roman times and we’ll tell you all about them.

Then it’s off to a completely new area, the Baixa at the Praça do Comercio. The Lisbon earthquake of 1755 completely destroyed most of the city and we’ll tell you about the tragic irony that made it particularly devastating.

Our guide to Lisbon then moves on to the Chiado starting with the Museu do Chiado. We’ll show you the Igreja de Sao Roque, the patron saint of plague victims.

Itinerary 3.5 km / 5:32

Offline map included

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