Lisbon: History, Stories and Lifestyle Walking Tour

USD 27



Unravel the rich tapestry of Lisbon's past as you meander through its captivating neighborhoods on a fascinating guided stroll. Wander through the iconic districts of Chiado and Bairro Alto, and be mesmerized by the breathtaking vistas from the picturesque viewpoint of Miradouro São Pedro de Alcântara, and many more hidden gems waiting to be discovered.

Uncover the hidden gems of one of Europe's most captivating capitals on a captivating walking tour led by a local expert. With its breathtaking panoramic views, Lisbon is a treasure trove waiting to be discovered. Start your journey in the historic Bairro Alto, a charming neighborhood that has undergone a remarkable transformation since the devastating earthquake of 1755. Learn how the area was rebuilt and rejuvenated by families from Baixa and Bairro districts. As you wander through the picturesque streets, stop by the beautiful São Pedro de Alcântara garden, which offers stunning views of Baixa and the Tagus River. Take a moment to admire the majestic San Roque Church, a masterpiece of Mannerist and Baroque styles, built by the Jesuits. Next, make your way down the hill to the impressive Carmo Convent and Church, a striking example of Lisbon's Gothic architecture. This historic site is steeped in significance, as it was the starting point of the Carnation Revolution in 1974, which brought an end to decades of dictatorship. Continue your journey to the iconic Santa Justa elevator, a stunning monument in the Gothic Revival style, offering one of the city's best vantage points. Take in the sights of Baixa, the heart of Lisbon, before taking a short break. Hop on a tram and ride up to the Castle and Portas do Sol, where you'll discover the majestic Monastery of São Vicente de Fora, the National Pantheon, and the charming Alfama district, with its narrow streets winding down to the Tagus River. Immerse yourself in Alfama's rich history and culture, exploring its traditional Fado houses and learning about the popular festivals of saints, especially St. Anthony. Finally, end your tour at the magnificent Lisbon Cathedral, built in 1150, a fascinating blend of architectural styles.