Make your own way to Marques de Pombal Square in central Lisbon, where an open-top sightseeing bus awaits. Find yourself a seat on the top deck or inside the covered lower deck, and flip through your included information booklet as you set off through the Portuguese capital’s winding streets.
Have your camera ready as you travel across the iconic April 25th Bridge (Ponte 25 de Abril) toward the Christ the King monument (Cristo Rei). From your vantage point above the Tagus River, take in Lisbon’s candy-colored buildings spread over the verdant hills that earned the city its moniker, ‘the City of the Seven Hills.’
Across the water, hop off the bus and, with your included entrance ticket, head inside the base of the monument, where you’ll board an express elevator waiting to whisk you up 269 feet (82 meters) to the viewing platform at the foot of Christ.
Be wowed by the panoramic views over Lisbon and the April 25th Bridge, and spend a few moments snapping photos before re-boarding the bus and returning the city center.
After roughly three hours, your tour concludes back at the original start point.