What to expect?
- Meet an informative, local guide at the historic Restauradores Square, where a striking obelisk commemorates the restoration of Portugal’s independence back in 1640, after decades of Spanish rule.
- Continue on to explore the magnetic neighbourhood of Mouraria – a melting pot of cultures from far and wide, and a place you won't see on other Lisbon tours!
- Our Lisbon tour then satisfies your appetite by stopping at a small, hidden bakery where traditional pastries and espresso coffee will provide a tasty pick-me-up and another insight into the local way of life.
- Soak up some Lisbon sightseeing highlights and history then stop to taste Portuguese cheese and authentic locally made marmalade with some Port wine.
- Walk through Rossio (Lisbon’s main square) and find out how much the city has changed since the devastating earthquake of 1755.
- Admire the beautiful gothic-style Rossio train station.
- Explore the highlights of the cultural and bohemian districts of Bairro Alto and Chiado.
- Stop at one the most beautiful viewpoints in Lisbon to admire the city while having a refreshing Portuguesebeer.
- Afterwards, take a short trip to the Tagus River, the subject of many Portuguese songs and poems. Board aferry and journey to picturesque Cacilhas, where Portuguese green wine and freshly-caught seafood awaits!
- Enjoy magnificent views from the South Bank and then return to Lisbon.
Great guide and wise timing, we had enough time to enjoy wine tasting and all the food offered by the program:-)
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Restauradores Square, Lisbon, Portugal
It's hard not to fall in love with Lisbon. It's a city of shadowy parks, spacious squares, numerous cafes and restaurants. Pedestrian zones are paved with small tiles there! There are even patterns to see. Our route was literally packed with sights, but we were also shown through places, that are not usually listed on other tourist routes (like the Mauraria quarter). At one point there was a particularly great view over the city. Thumbs up for combining the sightseeing with a culinary experience. Local food and especially drinks were very tasty, and in the heat more than welcome. I like!
Wine was absolutely delicious, snacks we had on the way were very nice too. Unfortunately we were not given any option to choose what to taste but still it was worth going. Boat ride was fun but it got a bit disrupted by the pouring rain at the end and our guide had some raincoats for us so it wasn't that disappointing. The tour is a very good combination of cultural heritage and gastronomic experience with some fun in the middle, lovely way to spend an afternoon and to look at some aspects of local’s everyday life:))))
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