Local Experience, Hiking and Walking, First Time Visitor, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. Attention: walking around with stroller is difficult.
Please do not book this tour for wheelchair access, in this case please contact me as we have to adapt the itinerary.
Maximum travelers: 6
Spanish (conversational), Portuguese (fluent), Italian (fluent), English (fluent)
The hills, the light, the cosmopolitan city
The best way to know Lisbon, if you can, is really walking and being a really "lisboeta" (how we call the citizens).
Because the several hills of Lisbon we will have the chance to stop on some top views and enjoy the city, seeing the city from different angles and perspectives.
During this tour we will walk the fancy Chiado quarter, but also the shopping area of Baixa and even the famous Alfama quarter.
Let's breath Lisbon!
we will explore the fancy Chiado district and see the statue of our great poet Fernando Pessoa, see the heart of Lisbon "Rossio" square, walk on the main street "Augusta" and walk on the narrows ans twisting streets in Alfama.
*I can customize this tour according to your interests*
- food tour, in this case will be more 15 euros per person for food expenses.
- Jewish tour, emphasizes the Jewish tradition in Portugal, specifically in Lisbon (we can include the visit to the synagogue is the walking tour is from Monday to Thursday and according to their availability. The visit to the synagogue is 5 euros per person.
If you want to customize the tour please contact me.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your hotel in Lisbon (if is central) or in São Pedro de Alcantara top view (upper part of the old town)
End location: In the city center
Duration: 3 hours 30 min.
3h30 private city tour including my personal assistance, knowledge; insurances and services as a local tourguide;
Official National Tourist Guide since 2008. Meaning four years of education on tourism
information acknowledge with final examination
Badget number: 26.277.16/08
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 EUR - Our local currency is the Euro.
US dollars are not accepted.
For water, coffee or an ice cream.
The amount of local payments depends on your personal expenses.
Entrance fees, meals & snacks, personal expenses.
Normally there's no entrance fees, unless you want to include on the tour the Saint Jorge castle or other monument with entrance fees.
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Sylvia was very knowledgeable and accommodating