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City Sightseeing Lisbon Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

City Sightseeing Lisbon Hop-On Hop-Off Tour  - Lisbon, Portugal
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Lisbon, Portugal

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$23.31

Explore the beautiful capital of Portugal aboard the iconic City Sightseeing bus tour! With a 24-hour ticket, passengers can hop-on and hop-off at any of the tour stops along the Red and Blue routes, with a total of 45 conveniently placed tour stops! The tour will take you to many of Lisbon's most popular spots including its array of museums, gardens and beaches. As you travel, enjoy the wonderful on-board audio commentary giving you all the information you need to know about Lisbon!

Lisbon is a popular tourist destination, not only for being Portugal’s capital and largest city, but also for it’s picturesque streets, beautiful beaches and many historic attraction!

With a 24-hour ticket, hop-on and hop-off at any of the tour stops along the 2 routes to discover the sights that interest you most ... More info ›

Explore the beautiful capital of Portugal aboard the iconic City Sightseeing bus tour! With a 24-hour ticket, passengers can hop-on and hop-off at any of the tour stops along the Red and Blue routes, with a total of 45 conveniently placed tour stops! The tour will take you to many of Lisbon's most popular spots including its array of museums, gardens and beaches. As you travel, enjoy the wonderful on-board audio commentary giving you all the information you need to know about Lisbon!

Lisbon is a popular tourist destination, not only for being Portugal’s capital and largest city, but also for it’s picturesque streets, beautiful beaches and many historic attraction!

With a 24-hour ticket, hop-on and hop-off at any of the tour stops along the 2 routes to discover the sights that interest you most. Passengers can also choose to stay on the tour for the full duration, which takes approximately 90 minutes for each loop. 

City Sightseeing Lisbon will take its passengers on an adventure to some of the city’s most memorable sights. Start both loops at the Marques de Pombal and enjoy panoramic views from the get go on our open-top deck – sights of Lisbon’s cobbled streets and colourful buildings can be enjoyed for much of the tour! Passengers on the bus will also experience amazing views of the city’s many gothic-style architectures and old-fashioned buildings, such as its cathedrals. For a truly unique picturesque location, hop-off at the Jardim de Estrela,to enjoy beautiful acres of land, wildlife and waterfalls.

Along the tour, passengers will be spoilt for choice with the number of museums along the two routes. The Water Museum and Car Museum are two of many critically acclaimed museums in Lisbon – one boasts an array of classic and rare cars, whereas the other tells you all about how Lisbon’s supplied with water! The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum is a great spot for those of you who love art, it’s home to many unique and eye-catching art exhibitions.

If you’re looking for a more leisurely attraction, why not hop-off at the Lisbon Oceanarium, Lisbon Zoo or the El Corte Ingles – the biggest department store group in Europe!

The tour stops along the routes include:

Red Route:
1  Marquês de Pombal
2  Saldanha
3  Campo Pequeno
4  Calouste Gulbenkian
5  El Corte Inglés
6  Parque Eduardo VII
7  Amoreiras
8  Largo do Rato
9  Jardim da Estrela
10  Docas
11  Museu da Electricidade
12  Padrão dos Descobrimentos
13  Torre de Belém
14  Centro Cultural de Belém
15  Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
16  Museu dos Coches
17  Museu de Arte Antiga
18. Cais do Sodré 
19. Praça do Municipio 
20. Rua do Comércio 
21. Praça do Rossio 
22. Restauradores 
23. Avenida de Libertade

Blue Route:
1  Marquês de Pombal 
2  Principe Real
3  Bairro Alto
4  Chiado
5  Cais do Sodré
6  Rua do Comércio
7  Campo das Cebolas
8  Santa Apolónia (Estação)
9  Museu da Água
10  Museu do Azulejo
11  Poço do Bispo
12  Oceanário de Lisboa
13  Pavilhão de Portugal
14  C.C Vasco da Gama
15  Torre Vasco da Gama
16  Gare do Oriente
17  Entre Campos
18  Jardim Zoológico
19  Sete Rios
20  Av. José Malhoa
21  El Corte Inglés
22  Parque Eduardo VII

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Sintra and Cascais Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon

Sintra and Cascais Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon - Lisbon, Portugal
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Lisbon, Portugal

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$87.41

Experience the natural and historical beauty of Portugal on a small-group day trip from Lisbon to Sintra and Cascais. Just a few hours from Portugal's capital city, Sintra is a magical place where man and nature exist in perfect harmony ... More info ›

Experience the natural and historical beauty of Portugal on a small-group day trip from Lisbon to Sintra and Cascais. Just a few hours from Portugal's capital city, Sintra is a magical place where man and nature exist in perfect harmony. Discover secret caves and trails at Pena Park, admire the natural wonders of Sintra Natural Park and the cliffs of Roca Cape, and visit the whimsical Pena National Palace. Enjoy a scenic drive along the Atlantic coast, and stop at Cascais Beach. Walk around Cascais town and bay.

Just a short trip away from Lisbon are the beautiful towns of Sintra and Cascais. Start your tour with the journey to Sintra. Visit Pena Park, where you will be amazed by the variety of trails, trees and other plants. Head to the Queen's Throne for an amazing view of the Pena National Palace (Palacio da Pena) and the Atlantic Ocean.

Next, feel like Portuguese royalty as you enter the romantic Pena National Palace at the top of Sintra Mountain. See the Great Triton, the guardian of the palace, inspired by Manueline art. Inside the palace, admire the attention to detail in the bedrooms of the king and queen and the Arab Room.

Leave the palace and follow your guide to the historical center of Sintra, where you’ll have free time to explore the town, to visit Sintra National Palace (where the Portuguese royalty of the 15th and 16th centuries used to spend the summer months) or have some lunch (own expense). For dessert, try a travesseiro or a queijada, two delicious local pastries.

Next, admire the landscape of Sintra Natural Park on the way to the next stop. Enjoy a photo opportunity at the cliffs of Roca Cape (Cabo da Roca), the westernmost point of Europe, and visit the surfer's paradise of Guincho Beach. Pass the cliff at Hell’s Mouth (Boca do Inferno), before stopping to stretch your legs along Cascais’ bay.

Wander around the center of Cascais, a former fishing village and today a popular holiday spot. Follow your guide through narrow alleyways and see the traditional Portuguese white houses or enjoy some time relaxing at the beach.

On the drive back to Lisbon where your tour concludes, soak up the scenic views along the Atlantic coast and in the town of Estoril.

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Fátima, Nazaré, and Óbidos Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon

Fátima, Nazaré, and Óbidos Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon - Lisbon, Portugal
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Lisbon, Portugal

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Discover the history and natural beauty of Portugal on a small-group day trip to Fátima, Nazaré and Óbidos from Lisbon. One of the most important Christian sites in the world, Fátima is home to the Sanctuary of Fatima, which honors the 1917 apparition of Our Lady of Fatima (another name for the Virgin Mary) ... More info ›

Discover the history and natural beauty of Portugal on a small-group day trip to Fátima, Nazaré and Óbidos from Lisbon. One of the most important Christian sites in the world, Fátima is home to the Sanctuary of Fatima, which honors the 1917 apparition of Our Lady of Fatima (another name for the Virgin Mary). After your visit, you’ll explore the coastal fishing town of Nazaré and the medieval village of Óbidos, stopping at the Batalha Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on the way. Enjoy picturesque views of the Atlantic Ocean and agricultural landscapes as you travel along the dramatic cliffs of the Portugal coast. Throughout your tour, you’ll learn interesting facts and hear stories from your guide.

While you are in Lisbon, head north on a day trip to the beautiful villages of Fátima, Nazaré and Óbidos. Get comfortable in an air-conditioned vehicle as you start your journey toward the town of Fátima, a once-sleepy rural village that became an important pilgrimage site when three shepherd children reported apparitions of the Virgin Mary in 1917. Visit the Sanctuary of Fatima, a basilica that honors the apparition and attracts millions of Catholic pilgrims every year who go to pay their respects to the shrine.

Next, visit the 14th-century Batalha Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that illustrates the rich artistic heritage of the late 1300s. Discover the impressive royal burial site at the basilica’s Founder’s Chapel, where King João I, Queen Philippa of Lancaster and their son Prince Henry the Navigator were buried.

Take a short break for lunch (own expense) in Nazaré, a quaint fishing town famous for its variety of restaurants and cafes. A popular summer retreat for the Portuguese, the village offers an interesting insight into local life. Next, head to the Nazaré cliffs and continue through the picturesque villages of Foz do Arelho and São Martinho do Porto. Admire views of agricultural fields and the Atlantic Ocean as you drive along the dramatic, cliff-lined coast.

Finally, make your way to the medieval village of Óbidos. Founded in 208 BC, Óbidos is commonly known in Portugal as the 'wedding present town', as it was a gift from King Dinis to Queen Isabel on their wedding day in 1282. Follow your guide to one of the numerous wine shops and sample the Ginja liqueur, and then enjoy free time to explore the village’s medieval fortress, narrow streets, colorful houses and Gothic doorways and windows decorated with flowerpots and dazzling tiles. Grab a snack or browse around the tiny shops that offer a varied collection of beautiful handmade ceramic art before making your way back to Lisbon.

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Lisbon Guided Walking Tour

Lisbon Guided Walking Tour  - Lisbon, Portugal
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Lisbon, Portugal

From USD
$20.98

Perfect for first-time visitors, this guided walking tour takes you to the major sites of central Lisbon. As you follow your local guide, you will get great insight into the city's history and culture ... More info ›

Perfect for first-time visitors, this guided walking tour takes you to the major sites of central Lisbon. As you follow your local guide, you will get great insight into the city's history and culture. Experience old Lisbon by walking around the Moorish Alfama neighborhood (the city’s oldest quarter) and taking a trip on one of Lisbon's vintage trams. Admire the Eden Theatre, Sé de Lisboa cathedral and the cafes and boutiques of the elegant Chiado neighborhood. Numbers are limited to 20 people on this guided walking tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.

Your first stop on your guided walking tour of Lisbon is Rossio Square, the heart of the old and new Lisbon. The square was built in the 19th century and is paved with typical Portuguese cobblestones in the shape of waves. Next, visit Restauradores Square, where an obelisk stands tall, commemorating Portugal’s independence from Spain in 1640.

From here, admire Liberdade Avenue, the Eden Theatre (one of the best examples of Portuguese Art Deco), and the 18th-century Foz Palace. Marvel at the intricate Neo-Manueline architecture of Rossio Central Station, which connects the city to Sintra through a 1.61-mile-long (2.6 km) tunnel and is considered to be one of the most important engineering works of Portugal from the 19th century.

Next, learn about the Carnation Revolution as you visit beautiful Carmo Square, the very place where Portugal’s old dictatorial regime fell in 1974 after 48 years and where the Carmelite's Carmo Convent is located. Then walk through the elegant Chiado neighborhood, with its old cafés, boutiques, theaters and bookstores. Spend some time in this aristocratic quarter, one of the most interesting pedestrian areas in Lisbon, before enjoying a short trip on one of Lisbon’s vintage trams (fare included).

When you get off the tram, wander through the small squares, twisting streets and blind alleys where the roofs almost touch each other of Alfama, a Moorish neighborhood and the oldest district in Lisbon. This is the birthplace of Fado, Portugal's own musical genre. Learn about this type of music as you pass the Fado Museum and some hidden Fado restaurants.

Then admire the beauty of Sé de Lisboa cathedral, the city’s oldest church. End your tour in Commerce Square (Praça do Comércio), one of Europe’s largest squares that was for centuries a reception hall for visitors arriving by sea.

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Lisbon Super Saver: 2-Day Sintra, Cascais, Fatima, Nazare and Obidos Small-Group Day Trips

Lisbon Super Saver: 2-Day Sintra, Cascais, Fatima, Nazare and Obidos Small-Group Day Trips - Lisbon, Portugal
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Lisbon, Portugal

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$157.33

Combine two best-selling Lisbon tours at a discounted price to make the most out of your time in Portugal's capital. With an expert guide, take two day trips in your desired order to discover the must-sees around Lisbon ... More info ›

Special Offer - Book this trip and save up to 10% compared to booking the two tours separately. - Book Now!

Combine two best-selling Lisbon tours at a discounted price to make the most out of your time in Portugal's capital. With an expert guide, take two day trips in your desired order to discover the must-sees around Lisbon. One day, explore the UNESCO-listed town of Sintra and the cosmopolitan coastal resort town of Cascais. The other day, venture to Fátima, Nazaré and Obidos, three villages offering a glimpse into Portugal's history and traditions. Numbers are limited to eight people on these small-group tours, ensuring a personalized experience.


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Arrabida and Sesimbra Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon with Wine Tasting

Arrabida and Sesimbra Small-Group Day Trip from Lisbon with Wine Tasting  - Lisbon, Portugal
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Lisbon, Portugal

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$80.41

Enjoy time away from Lisbon on a small-group day trip to Arrabida and Sesimbra. Enjoy a drive along the Vasco da Gama Bridge, the longest in Europe ... More info ›

Enjoy time away from Lisbon on a small-group day trip to Arrabida and Sesimbra. Enjoy a drive along the Vasco da Gama Bridge, the longest in Europe. Visit Palmela Castle, then sample four wines at a local winery. Enjoy the fishing village of Sesimbra, and visit Arrabida Natural Park where you can soak in spectacular views of the Atlantic. Relax as you sample two local wines at Casa Museu Jose Maria da Fonseca, one of the oldest wine-producers in Portugal, before heading to Cristo-Rei Sanctuary to admire Lisbon from a distance.

Board your vehicle with your local guide, and leave Lisbon behind as you cross the Tagus River on the Vasco da Gama Bridge. Built for the 1998 Lisbon Universal Exposition, it is the longest bridge in Europe at nearly 11 miles (17 km) long! Visit the beautiful Palmela Castle then head over to a local winery to sample four delicious local wines!

Next, continue to the northern shore of the Sado River and discover the beauty of Arrabida Natural Park. Climb to the tallest peak at 1,640 feet (500 meters) and gaze over the verdant park towards the Atlantic and the beaches below. Then, stop for a fresh seafood lunch (own expense) in the charming fishing town of Sesimbra. Spend more free time strolling along lively streets or continue for a walk along golden beaches.

You will then follow your guide to a wine tasting session at Casa Museu Jose Maria da Fonseca, one of the oldest wine-producers in Portugal. Enjoy a guided tour of the winery and sample two wines (included) from a wide selection of regional wines.

Finally, visit the Cristo Rei Sanctuary, inaugurated in 1959 and inspired by the famous Cristo Rei monument in Brazil, and admire Lisbon from a distance before returning to the city.

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