Get to grips with Lisbon on an in-depth tour of the capital with a highly knowledgeable local. In three to four hours, your guide will lead you around Lisbon’s major historical landmarks and architecturally stunning squares, and will reveal the stories behind them as you walk. Plus, you’ll stop by various eateries to learn about Portuguese pastries and wine, before hopping on the ferry for a relaxing ride along the river Tagus.
Want to get to know the Portuguese capital like a local? Try one of these tours and tackle the city’s charming streets and take in sights and attractions on foot, by bike, bus, boat – even in an old school VW Beetle if that’s what you fancy. There are loads of fun ways to explore the capital, you just have to pick your favourite.
Why not experience the delicious delicacies of Portugal on a food tour? Sample bacalhau (salted cod) in the historic district of Belém, or sip on Portuguese wine, fresh from the vineyards of Alentejo, on a day-trip north of Lisbon. Alternatively, tour Lisbon at your leisure on one of the many hop-on, hop-off buses and trams that circulate daily.
To help your decision-making, we’ve gathered up the best Lisbon tours below.