From traditional to more cosmopolitan neighborhoods, tour through the cobblestone streets to the biggest majestic monuments on this full-day Lisbon tour.
The tour begins at a starting point to be defined either at your hotel or elsewhere. You will then head to the mouth of the Tagus River, where you will encounter Jerónimos Monastery of typical Manueline architecture; Belem Tower, the most emblematic of all the historical monuments of Lisbon and the Monument to the Discoveries, a tribute to all the great figures that put the name of Portugal to the four corners of the world.
You will even have time to visit the Belém Cultural Center, which houses the Berardo Museum with one of the most important spoils of modern and contemporary art in Portugal. You cannot leave Belém without tasting the famous 'Pastel de Belém,' one of the most famous Portuguese sweets. Then go to the center of Lisbon and the monumental Trade Plaza with its famous arcades and the Triumphal Arch of Rua Augusta. Continue on to climb to Chiado, the most cosmopolitan shopping area of the capital where you will encounter one of the oldest cafes in the capital, Brazilian, and take a picture with the poet Fernando Pessoa (the statue).
Take the time to sit at the table and have lunch and be given all the tips you need. Continue your visit to the beautiful and luminous Lisbon by Baixa, crossing the Rossio, with its beautiful cobblestone streets and climb to the chic Avenida da Liberdade, where you will find shops of the world's biggest names in fashion. Walk through Marquis of Pombal Square and stop in Eduardo VII Park to enjoy a view of Lisbon. Then, head to the steep, zigzagging streets of the old Lisbon to the impressive cathedral and the Alfama district with its quaint houses. As the end of the tour approaches visit the Castle of St. George, where you will be able to admire the setting of the sun. As this tour is customized to your needs, you can simply opt for other places to visit such as the Park of Nations, the Coach Museum, the National Pantheon, the Church of San Antonio, Santa Justa Elevator, Bairro Alto and the viewpoints with the best view.