About this tour - The Program included:
Private Tour | Our tours are always private - just you and our guide/driver.
While you are here in Portugal you cannot miss this wonderful opportunity to visit our capital. We will enter Lisbon via the impressive 25th Abril suspension bridge (with unbelievable views). Our visits include - Belém Tower, Jerónimos Monastery, Monument of the Discoveries, Alfama (old Jewish sector). Free time for shopping, visiting St. Georges Castle or just wondering around this enchanting city, followed by a visit to the site of the Expo'98. Return to the Algarve via the Vasco da Gama Bridge, the longest in Europe.
The tour will be devised and scheduled according :
Pick you up and Drop off on request.
Our local guide will pick you up at your hotel, airport or other meeting point.
Personalized transport in a luxury Mercedes vehicle or Similar vehicle, in safe & comfortable conditions.
Free Wifi and bottled water.
Min: 4 or more people ( Please confirm )
Max: Groups of 18 people ( On request )
Tour duration approximately : 8 Hrs
Pick you up at your hotel, airport or other meeting point.
Come with, in this full -day tour and discover the magnificent historic.
Read More & Don't miss: ( Not Included )
Fado, music of the world and world heritage.
At its heart is sentiment, lost love, longing for a departed one, everyday life and triumphs. After all, the vicissitudes of life provide endlessly inspirational topics.
In 2011, UNESCO granted Fado World Heritage status, as an urban Lisbon song symbolic of the city and the country.
To learn all the details, the best is to pay a visit to the Fado Museum in Alfama, one of Lisbon’s historic districts. Housing a vast collection, gathered from hundreds of bequests, you can get acquainted with the history of Fado from the first quarter of the 19th century to modern times.
3 things to do and see in Lisbon ( at least )
1. Climb to the Castle of São Jorge and stroll through Alfama
Anyone coming to Lisbon and not going to the Castle of São Jorge will have surely missed an unforgettable moment. It is the highest point in the city, set amongst the most typical of neighbourhoods. A unique opportunity to feel and understand the city’s relationship with the river Tagus.
2. Listen to Fado
Whether or not you like the style of music, dinner by candlelight listening to fado in Lisbon is unmissable. Consider yourself lucky and do stop, if you hear it sung while strolling through some street in Alfama, Mouraria or Madragoa. This style is the so-called fado vadio, or amateur, sung when someone gets the urge to sing, with the guitars simply joining in.
3. Go to Terreiro do Paço
The largest square in Lisbon and also one of the most iconic symbols of the city and its rebuilding after the great earthquake of 1755. Currently, it mostly offers a very pleasant walk along the river in the late afternoon. It is also a very beautiful view from the river as you pass on a boat.