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Discover Lisbon is a tour operator dedicated to walking tours in Lisbon and the surrounding areas, operating since 2015.

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Discover Lisbon is rated among the Top 3 Tour Operators on TripAdvisor, has received several international awards and shown our city to over 100,000 people.

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Sintra Day Trip from Lisbon

Visit Pena Palace, roam through beautiful Sintra, and hike through Cabo da Roca and Praia da Adraga!

Pena Palace Tour and Winery Experience from Lisbon

Discover Sintra’s charm and sip wine at one of Torres Vedras’ renowned wineries

Lisbon 4WD Winery Tour and Tasting Experience

Ride through vineyards and sip wine paired with local bites in Lisbon’s Wine Region

Sintra, Nazaré, and Fátima Day Trip from Lisbon

Witness colossal waves, Pena Palace, the renowned Fátima Mass, and more alongside an expert guide

Lisbon Day Trip to Óbidos, Nazaré and Porto

Wander through a medieval village, visit a charming fishing town, and admire the iconic Duoro River!

Ultimate Lisbon Food & Wine Walking Tour

Sample ginjinha, bifana and codfish cake, while uncovering tucked-away taverns in Baixa and Rossio

Sintra and Cascais Semi Private Day Trip from Lisbon with Pena Palace

Explore two of Portugal’s most beautiful villages and take in the view from the Roca Cape cliffs!

Fatima, Nazaré, and Óbidos Semiprivate Semiprivate Day Trip from Lisbon

Discover three of Portugal’s most picturesque towns and enjoy a traditional tasting of Ginja liquor!

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Rome in a day tour with colosseum and vatican museums.

Explore the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica, Roman Forum, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, and more!

Special Access Colosseum Arena Floor Tour through the Gladiator's Gate

Walk in the footsteps of gladiators on the Colosseum floor and see the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

Ultimate Palace of Versailles Tour from Paris

Breeze past the lines for the palace and gardens with a friendly English speaking guide

Privileged Entrance Vatican Tour with Sistine Chapel

Skip the line and gain direct access to the Raphael Rooms, Creation of Man, and St. Peter's Basilica

St. Mark’s Basilica & Doge’s Palace Half-Day Tour with Gondola Ride

Explore St. Mark's Square's most iconic attractions with skip-the-line tickets and an expert guide

Secrets of the Louvre Museum Tour with Mona Lisa

Get to know Venus de Milo, Liberty Leading the People, and Napoleon's Coronation like never before

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Enjoy a premium and exclusive tour of the Raphael Rooms, St.Peter's Basilica, and more!

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Are you coming to Lisbon? Let me show you the city during one of my tours! Several options are available, such as  walking tours  and  photography tours . Would you like to have your picture taken? Book a  private photo shoot in Lisbon  for a memorable experience. Or let me drive you to beautiful towns such as  Óbidos, Fatima, Sesimbra, or Évora . Lisbon tours can be custom-made to your interests! Get in touch , and let’s explore Lisboa and its surroundings together.

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  • A private 4-hour walking tour in Lisbon
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Lisbon Tourism Information 2024

Welcome to Lisbon, one of Europe's most captivating and dynamic cities, where ancient history meets modern charm. Start your trip through the lively city of Portugal. Let us be your guide and give you all the information you need to get the most out of your trip.

Lisbon, the enchanting capital of Portugal, beckons travelers with its rich tapestry of history, vibrant culture, and charm. Lisbon is a mesmerizing mix of old and new situated on the Tagus River. Adore spectacular scenic views with pastel-colored buildings lining narrow streets, and distinctive trams running through crowded squares.

Lisbon has something for everyone, whether you're interested in history, food, or just want to take a break in the city. Lisbon offers plenty of sunshine and cultural experiences.

From its charming neighborhoods and historic sites to its lively arts scene and delicious food. Lisbon has something for every tourist to explore and enjoy.

1. Lisbon City Tour

Lisbon City Tour

  • The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum is the best place to see in Lisbon. It has a collection of art from old times to the present day.
  • As you look at the beautiful art, you can also learn about the history and culture of places like the Belém Tower. Explore the best tours in Lisbon at Rossio Square, and Castelo de S. Jorge. You can visit Praca do Comércio, and the Jerónimos Monastery to experience Lisbon.
  • The architecture in Lisbon is a fascinating mix of old and new. Pastel-colored buildings line the narrow streets, famous trams run through busy squares, and stunning lookout points offer views of the whole city.
  • Explore Bairro Alto, Lisbon's vibrant neighborhood known for its lively nightlife, eclectic bars, and charming streets filled with character.  

Things to Do

  • Take the Tram 28: Take Tram 28 via Alfama, Baixa, and Graca to see Lisbon's historic neighborhoods. 
  • Visit the Time Out Market. This busy food market has stands from some of Lisbon's best chefs and restaurants where you can enjoy Portuguese food and other culinary treats.
  • Look into the past: Visit the Belém Tower on a magnificent river to commemorate Portugal's Age of Discovery. 
  • Live in the Present: Rossio Square has a bustling atmosphere, a beautiful structure, and a central Lisbon location. 
  • Spend a day exploring Sintra, Cascais, and Óbidos, just outside Lisbon. Each has its beauty and charm.
  • A skilled guide will show you the best parts of Lisbon and tell you interesting things about its history and culture.
  • You can easily get from one attraction to the next, making the whole experience smooth and enjoyable.
  • Get free access to sights like Belém Tower, Jerónimos Monastery, and São Jorge Castle.

Your Experience

Visiting Lisbon is an amazing experience full of history, culture, and beautiful sights. Your tour will take you to famous places like the Belém Tower, Jerónimos Monastery, and São Jorge Castle. These places will teach you about Lisbon's past and its different influences.You'll also explore Alfama, the oldest neighborhood in Lisbon. Here, you'll find charming narrow streets, listen to traditional Fado music, and see stunning views of the city. You can walk on interesting streets around Baixa and Chiado. Make sure you don't miss the Elevador de Santa Justa, which gives you a great view of Lisbon from the top.

You'll get to try the famous pastéis de nata (custard tarts) from Pastéis de Belém and take a boat ride on the Tagus River. During the cruise, you'll see pretty bridges and old landmarks.You'll get to know Lisbon's lively culture through the tour which includes listening to live Fado music and trying local food and wine.​​​​​​

2. Oceanário de Lisboa Tour

Oceanário de Lisboa Tour

  • The Oceanário de Lisboa is one of the biggest aquariums in the world. You can look around and be amazed by the variety of sea creatures that live there.
  • The main tank has more than a million gallons of water. The Oceanário de Lisboa is home to many beautiful fish, sharks, rays, and other sea animals.
  • Wander the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Ocean ecosystems to see colorful tropical fish and beautiful sea turtles.
  • Here, You can Interact with interactive displays and educational presentations. These exhibitions highlight ocean conservation and marine ecosystem protection.
  • Explore the Oceanário de Lisboa at your own speed.
  • Educational programs and trips organized by experts.
  • Get details about the aquarium's displays with educational, multilingual audio.

Take a trip into the ocean that you will never forget at the Oceanário de Lisboa. It has amazing displays of marine life, from colorful coral reefs to beautiful sea creatures that will captivate you as you walk through them. Have fun watching sharks glide above you and admire colorful jellyfish pulsing in their tanks. If you're passionate about the ocean you'll find the aquarium to be a great experience for all ages.

3. Lisbon: Tagus River Sunset Cruise with Welcome Drink

Tagus River Sunset Cruise

  • Immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of Lisbon aboard our Tagus River Sunset Cruise.
  • Experience unparalleled views of the city's skyline as the sun dips below the horizon.
  • Indulge in a welcome drink as you unwind and soak in the tranquil atmosphere.
  • Create amazing memories against Lisbon's prominent sites at sunset.
  • Skip-the-line tickets
  • Lisbon audio guide available in various languages
  • An hour-long cruise along the Seine after the Lisbon tour .

Embark on a serene journey with our Lisbon: Tagus River Sunset Cruise with Welcome Drink. As the sun begins its descent, board our comfortable vessel and feel the gentle sway of the water beneath you. As you settle in, have a cool drink to welcome you. Then, get ready to see how the beautiful skyline of Lisbon changes as the sun goes down. Enjoy the peaceful ambiance and see the sunset over the 25 de Abril Bridge and Belém Tower as we float along the Tagus.

Our Lisbon tour guides will provide intriguing facts about the city's history and culture, making it more enjoyable. Enjoy the magic of the sunset, which casts a warm glow over the sky and makes for a peaceful place to sit and relax. See the beauty of nature and the charm of Lisbon come together to make an experience you'll never forget.

4. Lisbon: Sintra, São Jorge Castle Full Day Tour

Sintra São Jorge Castle

Start an exciting full-day tour of Lisbon that promises to show you the city's most famous sights. Get a full picture of its long history, lively culture, and stunning views.

  • Jerónimos Monastery: Explore its stunning Gothic and Manueline design, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Sintra: Discover Sintra's enchanted palaces, lush scenery, and rich history for a fairy tale adventure in Portugal.
  • Alfama District: Wander through Lisbon's oldest neighborhood, steeped in Moorish charm.
  • São Jorge Castle: Ascend for panoramic views of Lisbon and explore its medieval fortifications.
  • Chiado and Bairro Alto: Experience Lisbon's lively neighborhoods, renowned for charming streets, eclectic boutiques, and vibrant nightlife.
  • Professional Guide to accompany you throughout the Lisbon tour.
  • Enjoy hassle-free transportation between each attraction to maximize your time
  • Skip the line access to enjoy Lisbon’s top attractions like Sintra , Jerónimos Monastery, and São Jorge Castle.

Explore Lisbon's ancient history and vibrant present by discovering the city's most renowned sights and hidden secrets. Immerse yourself in the sights, sounds, and smells of this bustling city. Explore everything from the grandeur of its old sites to the charm of its winding streets. With a professional guide guiding the way, you'll have a better idea of what to do in Lisbon.

Plan Your Visit

Top activities .

  • Walk around old neighborhoods like Alfama and Bairro Alto. They have small streets, colorful buildings, and lots of energy.
  • See famous places like Belém Tower, Jerónimos Monastery, and São Jorge Castle. These are the best places to learn about Lisbon's history and culture.
  • Try yummy Portuguese food at local restaurants. Some popular dishes are custard tarts called pastéis de nata and salted cod called bacalhau.
  • Check out museums like the National Museum of Ancient Art and the Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology (MAAT).
  • Have a great night in Bairro Alto, where you'll find plenty of bars, restaurants, and places to hear live music.  

Popular Highlights of Lisbon

  • Get on a speedboat trip from Lisbon in search of dolphins while sailing along the Atlantic. 
  • Retrace the footsteps of Benfica's past on a 2-hour tour of the Luz Stadium. Enter the stage of the 2014 Champions League final, and visit the museum to learn about SL Benfica's history.
  • The Museum of Art in Lisbon is a great place to see the most cutting-edge design and technology. Its new shows are sure to inspire and make you think.
  • Start your private tuk-tuk tour of Lisbon. You'll see famous places like the Lisbon Cathedral. Get great views of the city from Miradouro da Senhora do Monte.  

Travel Tips

  • Lisbon has many cobblestone streets, so wear comfortable shoes for walking.
  • Lisbon has a good public transport system, including trams, buses, and the metro. Consider buying a day pass for unlimited travel.
  • Many people in Lisbon speak English, but it's nice to know a few Portuguese words too.
  • Lisbon is mostly safe, but watch out for pickpockets in busy places, like buses and tourist spots.
  • Lisbon has a Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and mild winters. Bring sunscreen, a summer hat, and a light jacket for cooler evenings.

What are the top tours in Lisbon?

  • Lisbon food and wine Tours.
  • Lisbon city Tours.
  • Praca do Comercio (Terreiro do Paco) Tours.
  • Fátima, Óbidos & Nazaré Tours.

Which are the Top Attractions to see in Lisbon?

The must-see attractions in Lisbon are:

  • Belem Tower
  • Fado in Chiado
  • Rossio Square (Praça do Rossio)
  • Praça do Comércio
  • Jerónimos Monastery
  • Royal Treasure Museum

What are the must-do things on my first trip to Lisbon?

  • Take a walk through Alfama, Bairro Alto, and Baixa to experience Lisbon's charming streets, colorful buildings, and lively atmosphere.
  • Don't miss Belém Tower, Jerónimos Monastery, and São Jorge Castle for a glimpse into Lisbon's rich history and culture.
  • Attend a Fado performance in one of Lisbon's traditional taverns to immerse yourself in Portugal's soulful music genre.

What are the best things to do with kids in Lisbon?

  • Explore the Lisbon Zoo, home to a wide variety of animals from around the world. Don't miss the dolphin and sea lion shows!
  • Visit the Lisbon Oceanarium, a big aquarium in Europe. Kids can see lots of different sea animals up close.
  • Go to the beach in Cascais or Estoril. You can build sandcastles, swim, and relax in the sun.
  • Take a tuk-tuk tour of Lisbon's cool places. It's a fun way for kids to see the city's famous spots.

What are the Top Museums and Exhibitions to Visit in Lisbon?

  • Calouste Gulbenkian Museum.
  • Museum Aljube Resistência e Liberdade.
  • Museu Nacional do Azulejo.
  • National Museum of Ancient Art.

Best Time to visit Lisbon?

The best time to visit Lisbon is summer. From May to September, the weather is generally warm and dry, which means balmy evenings dining al fresco and trips to the nearby beaches.

Where should I stay in Lisbon?

Choosing where to stay in Lisbon depends on your preferences, budget, and what you plan to see and do during your visit. Here are some popular areas to consider:

  • Bairro Alto
  • Belém

How long should I visit Lisbon for?

It depends on what you like, how much money you have, and when you can go. But lots of people think that staying in Lisbon for 3 to 5 days is good. That way, you can feel the city's energy, and maybe even visit nearby places like Sintra or Cascais for a day.

What’s the best way to explore Lisbon?

You can get to know Lisbon better by walking through its cute streets. Taking Tram 28 to see famous landmarks, and going on a river boat to see beautiful scenery. See all of Lisbon's sights with choices like tuk-tuk tours, bike tours, and food tours.

What are some unique sights in Lisbon?

  • Park of the Nations (Parque das Nações)
  • São Jorge Castle (Castelo de São Jorge)
  • Calcada Portuguesa
  • National Tile Museum (Museu Nacional do Azulejo)

What are the must-do things on my trip to Lisbon?

  • Explore Alfama
  • Discover the historic district of Belém
  • Take a ride on Tram 28
  • Explore Lisbon's vibrant food scene at the Time Out Market

What food is Lisbon Portugal known for?

Lisbon is known for its delicious and diverse cuisine. From creamy Pastéis de Nata to savory Bacalhau dishes, Lisbon offers something for every taste. Fresh seafood like grilled sardines and shrimp with garlic sauce is abundant, thanks to the city's coastal location.

What locations in Lisbon have the best food?

In Lisbon, you can find the best food in places like Time Out Market in Cais do Sodré, where different chefs offer delicious meals. Bairro Alto is another area with many restaurants serving Portuguese and international cuisine. Mercado da Ribeira, also in Cais do Sodré, has fresh food and various meal options.

Is Lisbon Expensive?

Lisbon can be affordable, but some things might be expensive. It depends on where you go and what you do. Eating out and public transportation are usually cheaper than in other European cities. However, accommodation and tourist attractions can be pricey, especially during peak seasons. Overall, it's possible to visit Lisbon on a budget if you plan wisely and look for deals.

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How To Get There?

Getting to the Coliseu Dos Recreios from different locations in Lisbon is convenient because of its central location. Visitors can reach Coliseu dos Recreios by metro from the nearest metro station i.e. Arroios on the green line. Several bus lines serve the area around Coliseu dos Recreios. Depending on your starting point, you can use the Carris network to find the best route. Payable parking options are available nearby. You can park your car at parking garages or metered street parking.

What is the Best Time to Visit Coliseu dos Recreios in Lisbon?

The best time to visit Coliseu dos Recreios is when there's an event you want to attend, such as a concert or show. Check the venue's schedule for upcoming performances. Weekdays generally have fewer crowds compared to weekends, offering a more relaxed experience. Arrive early to secure good seating for popular events.

How to purchase tickets in advance?

To purchase tickets in advance for Coliseu dos Recreios, visit the official website. Navigate to the event you're interested in. Click on "Tickets" or "Buy Tickets" to proceed to the ticketing platform.

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How many entrances are there to the Lisbon Colosseum

The Colosseum has multiple entrances. Main Entrance is the entrance to the Colosseum facing the street. You would require tickets to make it through the main entrance. Side entrances are extra doors on the building's sides for easier access. Entrances are present near the main entrance. VIP Entrance for guests with VIP tickets or special access is also available. Accessible entrances to the Colosseum are for visitors with mobility challenges. These entrances feature ramps or elevators for barrier-free access.

How do I know which entrance to use?

Follow signage and directions provided by event staff when arriving at the Lisbon Colosseum. Depending on your ticket type and availability needs, staff will guide you to the appropriate entrance. Don't hesitate to ask venue staff for assistance if you're unsure about which entrance to use.

What transportation options are available to reach the Lisbon Colosseum?

Visitors can use public transportation like buses, trams, and the metro to reach the Colosseum. The "Rossio" metro station and several bus and tram stops are within walking distance of the venue. To save a bit on transportation, you can opt for taxis and ride-sharing services readily available throughout Lisbon. Lisbon's bike-sharing services and dedicated lanes offer an eco-friendly way to reach the venue economically. If your place of staying is close, walk to the Colosseum and enjoy the city's streets and sights along the way.

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Enjoy Night life in Local Lisbon Bars

Lisbon's nightlife scene caters to a range of preferences, from dancing to laid-back socializing with friends. MusicBox is one of the most popular clubs in Lisbon, located on the Cais do Sodré. Lisbon also boasts a concert hall that features a wide variety of music, from electro to pop. The place boasts local and international artists from around the world so you get a little bit of everything.

Experience fado at Tasca do Chico

Fado embodies Portuguese culture through music and Cuisine. Tasca do Chico is among the best venues for experiencing it. Dive into authentic Portuguese cuisine at these local gems. Keep in mind that there are two locations, so choose the one that better suits you. Tasca do Chico in Bairro Alto is perhaps a bit more lively, but that means it’s more crowded too. Tasca do Chico in Alfama offers a more personal touch. Either way, get ready for a moving night of hauntingly beautiful singing and plenty of wine. Don’t forget to order a couple of petiscos, too.

Try Your Luck at the Casino

Lisbon Casino is a stylish and modern complex in Park da Nacoes. With more than a thousand slot machines, blackjack, poker, and roulette to name a few. Try your luck at the slots or indulge in a succulent meal at Beltejo or Hua Tali. They both offer your choice of a starter or soup, some type of meat or fish, a dessert, and drinks

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Centro Vasco da Gama

The best places to go shopping in Lisbon range from luxury boutiques to artisan shops. The 3-level Shopping center is located in Parque das Nações. The Center was initially constructed for the 1998 Lisbon World Exposition. This modern mall boasts over 160 stores, offering a mix of international brands alongside local favorites. To soak in traditional Portuguese attire, stroll through Alfama. Though Lisbon has something in store for every type of shopper, you need to know where to look. Shoppers can enjoy the magnificent view from the mall's balconies.

Avenida da Liberdade

Avenida da Liberdade in Lisbon is like Portugal's version of the famous Champs-Élysées in France. Fancy shops like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Burberry line Avenida da Liberdade. Fashion Clinic has an outlet on this upscale fashion street.

Mercado da Figueira

Mercado da Figueira is an enclosed upscale supermarket where you can find the best local food products in Lisbon. You can select from fruits, pastries, meats, fish (including Portugal's Conservas brand), wine, honey, and olive oil.

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Santa Justa Lift

Take a ride on the Santa Justa Lift for sweeping views of Lisbon. A wrought-iron elevator offers scenic views of the city, especially Rossio Square and the Baixa. Built-in 1902, it's both a historic mode of transportation and a popular tourist attraction. You cannot miss it when you pass it while ambling through the downtown district. It offers enviable views over this old part of Lisbon. Traveling in this elevator, designed by Ponsard under Gustave Eiffel's influence, is a century-old privilege.

Take a Tram Ride

A ride on Tram 28 is a quintessential Lisbon experience. This iconic yellow tram winds through Lisbon's narrow streets, offering a glimpse into its rich history and vibrant culture. Tram 28 winds its way through some of Lisbon's most historic neighborhoods, including Alfama, Graça, and Baixa. As you travel along the route, you'll get glimpses of Lisbon's past, with narrow streets, old churches, and colorful facades. Your Lisbon tour is incomplete without a tram ride!

Sintra, a charming town in the hills northwest of Lisbon, is a must-visit on your Lisbon tour. Sintra beckons with its fairytale-like charm and majestic palaces. Explore the colorful streets, and visit the iconic Pena Palace. Also, immerse yourself in the rich history and beauty of this UNESCO World Heritage site. Poets such as Lord Byron and Luís Vaz de Camões celebrate Sintra in literature. Byron described it as a "glorious Eden." Explore Lisbon with a local tour guide for a more memorable trip.

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Cascais: Coastal Chic

Explore the coastal charm of Cascais on your Lisbon Tour. Just 30 km (or about 19 miles) away from Lisbon, Cascais is a seaside town that effortlessly blends the chic with the charming. An easy 40-minute train ride along the coast from Lisbon brings you to this once-small fishing village. Now, it's a bustling and sophisticated resort town. Nicknamed "The Portuguese Riviera," Cascais offers beautiful beaches, a quaint historic center, and delicious seafood. Explore the citadel, stroll along the harbor, or relax on the golden sands. The town is now bustling with cafes, boutiques, and galleries along narrow cobblestone streets. This place is one of the best tours in Lisbon.

Cabo Da Roca: The Edge Of The Continent

Just 40 km (25 mi) west of Lisbon lies Cabo da Roca, mainland Europe's westernmost point, also known as the "edge of the world." Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, it's a popular destination to enjoy Portugal's stunning natural beauty. Explore this scenic location offering dramatic cliffs and ocean views with our Discover Lisbon tours.

Fatima: The City Of Miracles

Located 127 km (or 79 mi) north of Lisbon, Fátima is one of the most important Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world. This small town is significant for the 1917 apparition of the Virgin Mary witnessed by three shepherd children. A must-visit for anyone on a Lisbon tour seeking a glimpse into religious history.

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Discover Lisbon's Hidden Gems with Our Local Guide Experts

Lisbon unveiled: the team dedicated to sharing local magic.

Welcome to Lisbon Explorations, your trusted companions for immersive city tours in the heart of Lisbon. With a passion for our vibrant city, we're local guides who are dedicated to crafting unforgettable experiences. As Lisbon natives, we unveil the hidden gems, share captivating stories, and showcase the authentic essence of our city. Our guided tours are more than journeys; they're pathways into Lisbon's soul.

From historic landmarks to tucked-away cafés, we curate every step to reveal the heart and soul of this enchanting city. Join us to explore Lisbon through our expert guidance and embark on a discovery that goes beyond the ordinary. Additionally, venture into the different regions outside the main tourist spots, where the true beauty of the city awaits your exploration, offering a genuine and unforgettable experience.

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Join us to hear lisbon's stories., historical odyssey tour.

Explore Lisbon's rich past through its ancient alleys, monumental squares, and historic landmarks on a guided walking tour allowing you to immerse yourself in the captivating stories.

Coastal Escape: Cascais and Sintra

It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content. Venture beyond Lisbon to the charming coastal towns of Cascais and the fairytale-like Sintra. Marvel at Sintra's colorful palaces, including Pena Palace, and enjoy the coastal beauty of Cascais.

Flavors of Lisbon Food Tour

Embark on a culinary adventure through Lisbon's diverse gastronomic scene. Indulge in pastéis de nata (custard tarts), traditional bacalhau dishes, and local cafes.

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Most beautiful places we visit in lisbon.

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Belém Tower

A special place recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Discover its fascinating history by taking a tour inside the tower.

Alfama district

Alfama District

Winding Streets dotted with architectural landmark and Fado Melodies in Lisbon's Oldest Quarter.

Jerónimos Monastery

Jerónimos Monastery

This iconic monument is adorned with 16th-century religious art, and its interior is equally breathtaking.

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Santa Justa Elevator

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The best city tours in Lisbon offer a peek behind the curtain of Portuguese history and culture through the eyes of a local. This lively destination has been inhabited for over 3,000 years and modern-day Lisbon is littered with remnants of the past.

Of all the things to do in Lisbon , a city sightseeing tour should be top of the list to ensure you don’t miss out on any must-see attractions.

Check out my top picks , especially if you are interested in history, hidden gems, great food and a little bit of extra speed in your exploration. And, if you want to see the whole list of options, scroll down or use our table of content!

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1 – Highlights & Hidden Gems of Lisbon PRIVATE Tour | Drink Included

Highlights & Hidden Gems of Lisbon PRIVATE Tour | Drink Included

Rating: ⭐️ 5/5 ( 878 reviews )

“Honestly, it was one of the best tours we’ve ever taken. John, thank you for a fabulous morning.” NEIL, VIATOR

If you’re looking to gain the best introduction to Portugal’s vibrant capital, then you should consider choosing one of the available private tours in Lisbon .

This one in particular guides you through a plethora of landmarks and neighborhoods, including Alfama , discovering the city’s highlights both on, and off the tourist trail. Alongside sightseeing, you’ll also have the opportunity to sample regional cuisine, as well as the local’s favorite tipple — Ginjinha.

On this Withlocals excursion, you’ll enjoy the one-on-one attention of your own personal guide, with whom you can discuss each monument’s history, architecture and significance.

Summary of the experience:

  • Tasting of Ginjinha, cheese and chorizo
  • Mix of main attractions and hidden corners

The highlight of this tour is its insightful and attentive guides who are happy to tailor each experience to their group. You’ll gain a mix of knowledge and by the end of the excursion, you’ll likely be more of a pro on the city than its own residents.

2 – Lisbon: History, Stories and Lifestyle Walking Tour

Lisbon: History, Stories and Lifestyle Walking Tour

Rating: ⭐️ 4.8/5 ( 6216 reviews )

“We enjoyed all the in-depth knowledge and things we would have never caught on our own! We would take this tour again in a heartbeat.” Amber, Getyourguide

History buffs can delve into the city’s roots on this walking tour provided by Lisboa Autêntica . One of the oldest cities in Europe, Lisbon was founded by the Phoenicians around 1,200 B.C. and as such, there are plenty of historic sites to be found on its streets.

Landmarks you can expect to see on this excursion include the Convent of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, which was founded in the 14th century, as well as the 19th-century Elevador de Santa Justa, where you’ll gain panoramic views across the city.

  • Iconic tram ride included
  • Coffee and cake included
  • Multiple neighborhoods explored

The route of this tour is truly breathtaking, littered with remarkable viewpoints showcasing the different faces of Lisbon. If, like us, you need a little something sweet to keep you going when exploring a destination, you’ll particularly enjoy the pre-planned stop for local treats.

3 – Lisbon: Segway Food Tour of Alfama and Old Town Lisbon

Lisbon: Segway Food Tour of Alfama and Old Town Lisbon

Rating: ⭐️ 4.7/5 ( 730 reviews )

“Amazing tour and brilliant tour guide!” Michael, Getyourguide

Many would agree that the ultimate way to discover a new destination is through your taste buds, and Lisbon is no exception. The city is home to a well-developed culinary scene, which you can explore for yourself on this Boost Portugal tour of the Alfama and Bairro Alto neighborhoods.

Of all the best food tours in Lisbon , this is one of the most comprehensive, enabling visitors to try many of the city’s delicacies, including traditional codfish cakes and octopus salad. Those who err on the sweeter side of gastronomy can indulge in a pastel de nata, oozing with creamy custard.

  • Ginjinha, coffee and pastel de nata included
  • Tapas tastings

If the culinary side of this tour isn’t enough to gain it one of the top spots when it comes to city tours in Lisbon, then traversing the destination’s maze of streets on a segway is sure to seal the deal. Easy and fun to use, these vehicles are the ideal way to navigate between venues to try each scrumptious morsel.

4 – Lisbon by Tuk-Tuk: 2 Hour Guided Tour

Lisbon by Tuk-Tuk: 2 Hour Guided Tour

Rating: ⭐️ 4.9/5 ( 479 reviews )

“We had an amazing time, our driver was extremely knowledgeable and made the trip both interesting and fun. Would definitely recommend doing a Tuk-Tuk tour of this city” Diana, Getyourguide

Those who’d rather save their energy for other activities can instead participate in a tuk-tuk tour of Lisbon, operated by Sardinha do Bairro . During this excursion, you’ll speed through the city’s many neighborhoods, gaining a whirlwind overview of each one.

Among the landmarks you’ll visit is the Rua Augusta Arch , which is widely regarded as one of the best tourist attractions in Lisbon and represents the city’s rise from the ashes after a devastating 18th-century earthquake.

After zooming through many of Lisbon’s districts, including Alfama, Graça and Mouraria, you’ll wind up at the River Tagus, which flows for over 1,000 kilometers throughout Portugal and Spain.

Fun and knowledgeable are how the guides of this excursion are described, meaning that whoever you end up with, you can expect an entertaining experience. This is one of the best city tours in Lisbon for those traveling in a group, with each tuk-tuk accommodating up to six guests.

Hot tip: Don’t miss our list of the best tuk tuk tours in Lisbon .

5 – Lisbon: 1-or 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Lisbon: 1-or 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Rating: ⭐️ 4/5 ( 1325 reviews )

“The tour was excellent and a great variation of activities which allowed us to get a good insight tino different areas around Lisbon.” John, Getyourguide

A hop-on hop-off bus tour in Lisbon is best suited to those who like a little flexibility in their sightseeing experience. You’ll be in control of your itinerary, boarding one of the Yellow Bus vehicles at whichever stop you like and journeying through the city until you see a sight that catches your eye.

You can depart the bus at several celebrated landmarks, including the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, and Jeronimos Monastery , built in the Portuguese Gothic Manueline style and considered one of the best places to visit in Lisbon .

If you’re itching to see parts of the city that you simply can’t cover on foot, a hop-on hop-off bus tour is the way to do so. You’ll benefit from a fascinating audio guide in your chosen language and tickets can also be used on public trams, making it easy to navigate your way back to your hotel after the tour.

6 – Private Tour: Best of Lisbon by Sidecar

Private Tour: Best of Lisbon by Sidecar

Rating: ⭐️ 5/5 ( 337 reviews )

“THE VERY BEST EXCURSION THAT YOU CAN DO. We have traveled to many place and explored many countries and this is by far the best tour that we have done.” Susan, Viator

Another option for private tours in Lisbon , this experience has a unique twist. Instead of walking through the “City of Seven Hills,” you’ll whizz through its districts in a historic sidecar. You’ll relax as your guide does all the hard work, steering you through streets to reach many attractions, popular with tourists and locals.

On this Bike my Side excursion, you’ll stop to admire the well-preserved 16th-century Belém Tower, now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site, as well as the Sanctuary of Christ the King — inspired by the “Christ the Redeemer” statue that overlooks Rio de Janeiro.

The sidecars on this tour are surprisingly spacious and comfortable, making this an experience most tourists can enjoy. This excursion serves as a great jumping-off point for exploring the city further, so book it for your first day in Portugal’s capital if possible.

7 – Lisbon: Daytime/Sunset/Night City Sailboat Tour with Drinks

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Rating: ⭐️ 4.7/5 ( 2372 reviews )

“We had a great time! Our guide was super knowledgeable. This was one of my favourite parts of our trip!” Lisa, Getyourguide

For a different take on this buzzing metropolis, sail along the Tagus River on a sightseeing cruise provided by PalmaYachts . Whether you’re looking to discover the destination by day or create a romantic moment at sunset, you can do so, making this experience sure to be a highlight of your Portuguese vacation.

You’ll glide past many of the city’s most renowned landmarks including the Basilica da Estrela, commissioned by Queen Maria I of Portugal, as well as the Belém district’s grand tower and the 25 de Abril Bridge, named after the date of the revolution that took place in 1974.

This tour is cited as being great value for money with guides who are dedicated to showing travelers as much of the city as possible from the water. It is highly recommended to opt for the sunset experience, during which you’ll watch as Lisbon is covered in a golden halo.

Read more: Best Boat Tours in Lisbon

8 – Lisbon: Street Art Tour

Lisbon: Street Art Tour

Rating: ⭐️ 4.9/5 ( 843 reviews )

“Excellent tour with lot‘s of insights into not only street art in Lisbon but also the city‘s history, people and cultural approach.” Nicole, Getyourguide

Discover Lisbon’s open-air gallery as you stroll through several neighborhoods, admiring the masterpieces achieved with just a spray can. You’ll learn about the city’s creative side as you decipher the meaning behind a range of murals.

While some of these artworks simply showcase the skills of the artist, many of these graffiti pieces shed light on social, cultural and political issues that Lisbon has faced over the past decades.

There are murals to be discovered throughout the Bairro Alto, Chiado, Mouraria and Graça regions alongside your City Guru guide who is well-versed in the graffiti scene as a street artist themselves.

While you can discover the murals of Lisbon alone, taking a street art tour enables you to uncover the raw meanings embedded into each artwork’s strokes in a way that you simply won’t achieve otherwise. The guides know all there is to know about the creative endeavors of the city and you may even discover a new favorite artist!

9 – Free Tour Lisbon: Essential History, Fun Facts and Free Tastings

Free Tour Lisbon: Essential History, Fun Facts and Free Tastings

Rating: ⭐️ 4.9/5 ( 10928 reviews )

“The tour was amazing!!! Great story telling and very nice plan.” Romaissa, Guruwalk

A free guided walk is the ideal type of city tour in Lisbon for budget-conscious travelers who wish to make their euros stretch a little further.

While you may expect this type of excursion to lack the detail found in other experiences, this isn’t the case and you’ll enjoy a well-rounded introduction to over 15 attractions, including the Luís de Camões Square, and Elevador de Santa Justa.

Stopping to try a pastel de nata is simply a must in understanding Lisbons’s culture and as you amble to the city’s most famed spots, you’ll listen to a historic commentary from your passionate guide.

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Whether you’re a newbie to free walking tours or have participated in many across the globe, you’re sure to be impressed by this excursion and its knowledgeable guides. While you’ll receive a lot of historical and cultural information, it is delivered in an entertaining way, keeping this experience light-hearted.

10 – Lisbon: Guided Tuk-Tuk Tour Along the Historic Tram Line 28

Lisbon: Guided Tuk-Tuk Tour Along the Historic Tram Line 28

Rating: ⭐️ 4.7/5 ( 369 reviews )

“What a great trip. Extremely friendly and very, very well informed guide! That was really fun!” MATTHIAS, Getyourguide

While there are several tuk-tuk tours in Lisbon to choose from, this one, provided by Boost Portugal , stands out from the crowd because of its fascinating route. Boost Portugal takes you on a historic journey, following the circuit of the distinctive yellow Line 28 tram, which began operating in the 1930s.

This route passes through all of the most illustrious corners of the city and is peppered with attractions including the Church of Santa Engrácia, which serves as a resting place for prominent Portuguese figures, as well as the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Saint Mary Major, originally built in the 12th century.

An excellent alternative to the Line 28 tram, which can become overcrowded with tourists and locals, this tour allows you to see all the same sights, while conversing with a true Lisboeta. You’ll gain more insight into the city this way and you won’t need to compete for a seat!

11 – Lisbon: 2.5-Hour Hills Tour by Electric Bike

Lisbon: 2.5-Hour Hills Tour by Electric Bike

Rating: ⭐️ 4.8/5 ( 1952 reviews )

“We booked the tour to start our weekend in Lisbon. It was brilliant!” Lucy, Getyourguide

There are few more enjoyable sensations than experiencing the breeze through your hair as you cycle the paths of an unknown and exciting destination. If you wish to enjoy this feeling without any of the hard graft that goes into it, opt for an E-bike tour in Lisbon.

You’ll traverse several of the city’s seven hills with ease alongside your Boost Portugal guide and be treated to sweeping views across Lisbon, and beyond upon reaching the top of each. As well as the city’s elevation points, you’ll also discover some of its most acclaimed regions, including its old town — Alfama .

Take advantage of the wonders of the 21st century with this E-bike tour and save your legs for the rest of your vacation. While traditional bike excursions can be tainted by the effort required to ascend Lisbon’s many hills, this cycling experience is sure to leave behind only positive memories.

12 – Lisbon Full Day Small-Group Tour: The Most Complete Lisbon City Tour

Lisbon Full Day Small-Group Tour: The Most Complete Lisbon City Tour

Rating: ⭐️ 4.5/5 ( 239 reviews )

“The guide was excellent. He knew so much about every site that we visited. He was always ready on schedule when he gave us free time. His English language speaking skills were excellent.” Daniel, Viator

Lisbon Native has constructed a tour that takes travelers on a journey of discovery through the city’s many ages. One of the best city tours in Lisbon for history buffs, this excursion showcases the best of the medieval time period, including monuments such as the Cathedral of Saint Mary Major, which was originally designed in a Romanesque style and has been rebuilt many times since the 12th century.

You’ll be part of a small group, ensuring a personal touch for all participants, and you’ll finish off this experience by exploring some of Lisbon’s more modern builds.

We’d recommend this tour to those with a limited time to spend in Lisbon. With such informative and thoughtful commentary, a well-planned route, and a number of viewpoints from which to gain the perfect photo, this truly is a one-stop shop for all things sightseeing.

13 – Electric Car Tour of Lisbon Old Town and Belém

Electric Car Tour of Lisbon Old Town and Belém with GPS Audio Guide

Rating: ⭐️ 5/5 ( 21 reviews )

“My sister and I enjoyed the Electric Car Tour very much. Great fun! We highly recommend the experience! Thank you!” Carmen, Viator

Operated by Lisbon Eco Tours , this electric car tour allows travelers to discover the narrow alleyways and hidden gems of the Graça, Alfama, and Belém districts. An eco-friendly option for those concerned about their carbon footprint, this tour takes you on a guided journey through the city, enabling you to check off many bucket-list attractions.

As well as famed landmarks, such as the Jerónimos Monastery and Praça do Comércio, you’ll also discover the Museu do Fado , where traditional fado shows in Lisbon are performed by talented singers, and guitarists.

This excursion is not for the faint of heart as you’ll need to be confident navigating the traffic in Lisbon, which can, at times, be chaotic. However, experienced drivers will enjoy sightseeing at their own pace with a trusty GPS to guide them in the right direction.

14 – Lisbon Combo: Helicopter Ride, Boat Trip, & Old Town Walking Tour

Lisbon: Helicopter Ride, Boat Trip, & Old Town Walking Tour

Rating: ⭐️ 4.6/5 ( 144 reviews )

“A short walk through Lisbon, a boat trip that got a magical touch through the fog and a very short helicopter flight completed it.” Sarah, Getyourguide

Those who want to experience as much as possible during their city break should consider booking one of the available combination walking tours in Lisbon , such as this one that includes a helicopter flight and boat tour.

Operated by World Experience , this excursion guides you through the center of the city on foot, admiring an array of scenic landmarks, including the Church of St. Roque. After this walking portion, you’ll join in on one of the best boat tours in Lisbon , which carries you along the Tagus River. Lastly, you’ll enjoy an unforgettable flight over the destination, during which you’ll gain a bird’s eye view of its skyline.

Adventure enthusiasts will certainly be in for an exciting experience on this tour. While we wouldn’t recommend this option to those who suffer from motion sickness, it’s the perfect choice for all other travelers, offering a view of Lisbon from every angle.

How to book city tours in Lisbon?

There are a multitude of city tours in Lisbon to choose from, most of which feature across several travel websites. Some of these third-party websites offer discounts, which is why using Tourscanner’s search engine is a must to secure yourself the best deal.

You’ll also be able to compare reviews from other travelers to ensure the tour you choose will be to your liking.

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Lisbon is many things; bohemian, seductive, ancient and new, a wonderfully vibrant and colourful place with a charming local small-town vibe balanced beautifully with the elegance of a modern metropolis.

There is so much to Lisbon's character that the recommended free walking tours are the perfect way to best experience all this sun-kissed capital on the Tejo river has to offer. Join a friendly local native guide to show you the authentic heart of Lisbon, discover fascinating history, experience intriguing culture, and learn the secrets, legends and quirks of this place. Visit the Castle of Saint George, the Tower of Belem, Jerónimos Monastery, Miradouro Portas do Sol, the Imperial garden, the Sé Cathedral and so much more besides with lovely locals and fellow travelers. After your free tour you can climb the famous Lift of Santa Justa, marvel at amazing panoramic views of Lisbon's cityscape, take a ride on the old-style Tram 28, peruse the stalls of the famous Feira da Ladra flea market, indulge in the tasty local cuisine in the many restaurants and enjoy the fantastically atmospheric nightlife in Barrio Alto. Lisbon has it all and will call you back forever more.


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Undiscovered Lisbon; hidden gems, secret sights and authentic experiences

Lisbon is a compelling city, which conceals a diversity of hidden or lesser-known tourist attractions for you to discover. Some of these sights are far from usual tourist routes and off the beaten track, while others are simply overlooked and missed by most visitors.

This article compiles a selection of our favourite hidden gems and secret sights of Lisbon, and includes a range of historic monuments, authentic Portuguese experiences and unique attractions. Related articles: 10 top of Lisbon – 48 hours in Lisbon – Introduction to Lisbon

The best of secret and undiscovered Lisbon

1. The Palacio da Ajuda (national palace) 2. Tapada das Necessidades and Palácio das Necessidades (park, palace and viewpoint) 3. Feira do Relógio (market) 4. Miradouro da Senhora do Monte (viewpoint) 5. Bacalhau à Brás (food) 6. Central Tejo (museum) 7. Pavilhão Chinês (bar)

8 Campo Pequeno (Bull ring) 9 Graça (district) 10 Pensão Amor (Bar) 11 Ler Devagar - Lx factory (bookshop) 12 Olaias (metro station) 13 Cacilhas and ferry ride Cristo Rei 14 Pavilhão do Conhecimento Ciência Viva (for families) 15 Day trip to Setubal (day trip) The map below shows the location of each of these sights and attractions

The following section provides details of each attraction, and why it has been included in our list of the best secret sights of Lisbon.

Palacio da Ajuda

The Palacio da Ajuda is a magnificent and beautifully restored national palace, which was the Portuguese royal residence during the 19th century. Within the neoclassical palace are 35 lavishly furnished staterooms, including the stunning banquet hall and throne room.

It amazes us that, so few people visit the Palacio da Ajuda, except for an infrequent coach tour or school trip. The palace is a fascinating building boasting a rich history, and should be high on your list of places to visit while in Lisbon. Our opinion: Tourists crowd to the Palacio de Pena in Sintra, but the Palacio da Ajuda offers more sumptuous and lavish staterooms and has much more to see inside. Tourist details: €5 Entry - Travel: bus 630 or E18 (this was originally a tram service) - Typical visit: 45minutes Official website:

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The majestic exterior of the Palacio da Ajuda

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The grand banquet hall has been laid for a state function

Tapada das Necessidades and Palácio das Necessidades

The Tapada das Necessidades park is the quietest park in Lisbon, and is an oasis of calm within the hectic city. The park may be a slightly unkempt and ramshackle, but this is because few in Lisbon even realise it exists, possibly even Lisbon council.

At the southern side of the park is the pink Palácio das Necessidades, a former national palace, but is sadly not open to the public, as it houses the foreign ministry. In front of the palace is the Miradouro do Largo das Necessidades, with its views across the Alcantara district and Tejo Estuary. Our opinion: If you want to forget that you are in a bustling city, then the Necessidades is the destination for you, and its only a 15-minute walk from the LX Factory artisan centre. Tourist details: Free Entry - Travel: E15 Tram (Alcântara stop) - Typical Visit: 30minutes

Miradouro do Largo das Necessidades

The view of the suspension bridge from the Miradouro do Largo das Necessidades

Palácio das Necessidades palace

The Palácio das Necessidades palace

Feira do Relógio market

Portugal has a vibrant market scene, and one of the most authentic experiences of Lisbon is to visit Feira do Relógio (Market of Clocks). This is by far the largest market in Lisbon with over 2km of varying stalls, selling every imaginable item. There is a lot of dross; cheap clothes and bric-à-brac, but hidden within this are unique craft stalls, a vast fresh produce section and tasty street food.

The market is held every Sunday morning (9am-2pm) on the Avenida Santo Condestável, which is served by the Bela Vista metro station, on the redline. Advice: This market is held in one of the more deprived areas of Lisbon, when visiting the Feira do Relógio always use common sense, and do not flash valuables or cash. Insider tip: While in the market do try a Bifana, a thinly sliced fried pork in a papo Seco (bread roll), from one of the food stalls.

A Bifana

A Bifana is a favourite with the Portuguese

Feira do Relógio market

The Feira do Relógio has a large fresh food section

Miradouro da Senhora do Monte

The Miradouro da Senhora do Monte is the finest viewpoint in Lisbon, with unrivalled views across the Baixa district, the Tejo Estuary and of the castle. To reach the viewpoint it is a demanding uphill walk from either the castle or the Graca district, but the views are worth the effort. Insight: This viewpoint was traditionally where young lovers would meet, without the prying eyes of family members. Nowadays it is popular with tuk-tuk tours…… Related articles: The best viewpoints of Lisbon

Miradouro da Nossa Senhora do Monte viewpoint

The view of castle from the Nossa Senhora do Monte viewpoint

Miradouro da Nossa Senhora do Monte viewpoint

A statue of the Nossa Senhora stands next to the viewpoint

Bacalhau à Brás

Forget all of the gourmet food nonsense which is sweeping through Lisbon, true Portuguese food is hearty and filling, and no Lisbon meal sums this up more than Bacalhau à Brás.

This dish takes three unlikely ingredients; batata palha (matchstick-thin crisps), Bacalhau (sundried salted cod) and scrambled egg, and creates a delicious and incredibly filling meal.

For an authentic Portuguese meal, combine the Bacalhau à Brás, with a Caldo Verde soup for starter, a Baba de Camelo for dessert and a café (strong expresso). Baba de Camelo is a tasty mousse, but is given the revolting name of camel slobber!

Bacalhau à Brás

Central Tejo (Tejo Power Station)

The Central Tejo was the first power station constructed in Lisbon, and this imposing neogothic brick building, has been lovely restored. Stepping inside are colossal furnaces and gigantic machinery, while the museum provides an insight into the horrendous conditions endured by the workers. The Central Tejo may not appeal to everyone, but is a truly unique museum, and we highly recommend it.

Insider tip: Most visitors completely miss the Central Tejo, as they first visit the ultra-modern MAAT museum (which gets mixed reviews), and then almost forget about the power station. We suggest beginning with the Central Tejo. Tourist details: Entrance fee: €5 (Central Tejo & MAAT €9) - Transport: E15 tram (Altinho stop) - Typical visit: 30 minutes Official website (MAAT): Related articles: Belem district

Tejo Power Station

The Tejo Power Station was a coal-fired station, and the coal was unloaded on the banks of the Tejo Estuary

furnaces Central Tejo

The huge furnaces which powered the generators

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One of the best ways to discover Lisbon and to meet fellow travellers is to join a guided tour. We have worked with for the last six years, and some of the best tours of Lisbon include:

Pavilhão Chinês

The Pavilhão Chinês is the quirkiest bar of Lisbon, and packs vintage toys and collectables from floor to ceiling in every single room. The extensive assortment of exhibits is better than any museum, and all can be enjoyed with a game of snooker and drink!

The Pavilhão Chinês is situated within the Príncipe Real district, one of the most fashionable areas of Lisbon. Across the street from the bar is the “Embaixada Concept Store”, a high-end artisan shopping centre housed in a grand mansion. Embaixada website: Related articles: Príncipe Real district

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The snooker room within the Pavilhão Chinês

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Vintage trinkets fill every available space within the Pavilhão Chinês

Campo Pequeno

The Campo Pequeno bullring is the Arabic inspired bullring, with its domed towers and distinctive orange brickwork. The venue is frequently used to host live music and there is no more of an atmospheric location within the city.

Beneath the bullring is a large shopping centre, and the surrounding district is a prosperous business area. Tourist information: Travel; yellow line metro (Campo Pequeno metro station)

Campo Pequeno Lisboa

The Graça district

The Graça district is one of the hidden gems of Lisbon, because it is just so typically and normally Portuguese. There’s been no flood of tourism, no drive to become arty or pretentious, or transformation from an influx of wealth; it’s just a pleasant district with Lisboetas going about their daily lives. .

Along the bustling main street, the Rua da Graça, are family run business, cafes filled with locals, and every so often the number 28 tram trundles through. Graça is rarely discussed in any travel guide as there’s actually not much to see, apart from the Miradouro da Senhora do Monte and the Igreja e Convento da Graça, but for atmosphere and authenticness, Graça cannot be beaten. Related articles: E28 tram

Largo da Graça

The Largo da Graça is the main square of the Graça district

Graça 28 tram

The number 28 tram heading down the Rua da Graça and outside the formers Soviet-inspired theatre, which has since been converted into a Pingo Doce supermarket.

Pensão Amor (cocktail bar and night club)

The Pensão Amor bar was converted from a disused-brothel, and much of the former “heritage”, has been retained in the décor and ambience. There are burlesque themes, controversial pieces of art and suggestive murals, along with excellent cocktails and buzzing late-night atmosphere. The Pensão Amor is situated on the Pink Street in the Cais do Sodré district. Tourist details : Large Beer €4 in the Pensão Amor

Pensão Amor bar

Ler Devagar - Lx factory

There are numerous trendy and funky shops and pop-ups within the Lx factory site, but the most unique is the Ler Devagar book shop. This shop is based within a former printing press, and the atmospheric book store is centred around the old printing machine.

Our opinion: Lx Factory is an artisan hub full of independent shops, creative studios and unique food venues. The site is popular with tourists, so not included in this guide of “hidden sights”, but we certainly recommend a visit during your time in Lisbon. Lx factory official website:

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Olaias Metro Station

Olaias metro station is a fusion of colour and gothic-inspired architecture. There are huge pillars, characteristic of the nave of a gothic church, supporting the vast chamber, while vivid ceiling hangings (ornaments) add intense colour to the station. When travelling along the red line, it is worth exiting the carriage at Olaias to admire the station.

Insider knowledge: It is widely believed that so much money was lavished on Olaias Metro station during the construction of the red line (in 1998), that there were almost no funds for the remaining stations, which are bland in comparison. Related articles: Lisbon metro guide

Olaias Metro Station

Lisbon to Cristo Rei via Cacilhas

Cristo Rei is one of the most prominent monuments of Lisbon, and at the base of the statue is a wonderful viewpoint. The statue is very popular with tourists, but the route to it via Cacilhas is lesser-known and offers many interesting sights along the way.

The first stage is the ferry from Cais do Sodré to Cacilhas, and this service passes close to the Ponte 25 de Abril suspension bridge. Cacilhas is famed for its seafood restaurants and moored in the docks is the Dom Fernando II e Glória, the last sailing ship constructed for the Portuguese navy.

From Cacilhas there is a bus (service 101) from the ferry terminal to the Cristo Rei statue. An alternative route is to walk along the banks of the Tejo estuary and use the Elevator of Boca do Vento to ascend the steep cliffs. Sadly part of this route is past abandoned docks and is very grim. Tourist details: Cacilhas ferry €1.40 single, 101 bus €1.45, Elevator of Boca do Vento free, Cristo Rei viewing platform €6.00 Related articles: Lisbon ferry - Cristo Rei guide

Dom Fernando II e Glória Cacilhas

Dom Fernando II e Glória is fascinating and open to the public

Elevator of Boca do Vento

Sadly, the area surrounding the Elevator of Boca do Vento is a bit grim

Ciência Viva - Pavilhão do Conhecimento (for children)

The Ciência Viva is an outstanding science museum which will captivate children of all ages. There are interactive and hands-on exhibits and the museum is widely regarded as the best family-friendly activity in Lisbon. The Ciência Viva is housed in the Pavilhão do Conhecimento which is in the Parque das Nações area of Lisbon. Pavilhão do Conhecimento official website: Insider knowledge: The Pavilhão do Conhecimento is close to the Oceanário de Lisboa, one of the finest aquariums in Europe. We could not include the Oceanário as a “secret attraction” as it is always busy, but is another great family-friendly activity.

The Ciência Viva

The Ciência Viva

Oceanário de Lisboa

The Oceanário de Lisboa is outstanding

Day trip to Setubal

Setubal is a busy port city with a rich fishing heritage, a magnificent fort and charming centre, but is completely overlooked by most tourists. There are sufficient sights in Setubal to fill a day’s sightseeing, but you could also include the castle in Palmela, the paradise beaches of Tróia or a dolphin watching tour. Setubal is connected to Lisbon by a direct and inexpensive train service. Related articles: Our guide to Setubal – Day trips from Lisbon


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