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Lisbon Spirit - Walking Tours

#116 of 1,265 Tours in Lisbon
Lisbon, Portugal
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About Lisbon Spirit - Walking Tours
We believe that walking is the best way to see our city. It´s even better if you have a local friend to guide you around. Join one of our tours and see the Lisbon we love. We promise you will fall in love with it too.English guided regular and private tours, all year round, in small groups.
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Lisbon 4-Hour Small-Group Walking Tour Including Tram 28 Ride

See Lisbon up close and personal during this 4-hour small-group walking tour. This tour will take you on some of Lisbon’s most celebrated tenants of local life, including the No. 28 tram to old town and the city’s oldest flea market, the Feira da Ladra. Visit the famous medieval cathedral and tour the Saint Vincent Monastery and National Pantheon. In Alfama, one of the city’s most well-known neighborhoods, visit small squares and navigate steep streets where you’re likely to hear Fado, a kind of traditional Portuguese music. Don’t miss this opportunity to see a unique side of one of Europe’s greatest cities.
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4 hours
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Lisbon 3-Hour Small-Group Walking Tour Including Boat Ride

Enhance your sightseeing experience of Lisbon on a 3-hour walking tour including a Tejo River cruise. On a traditional ‘cacilheiro’ (a distinctive orange boat), you’ll sail to the south bank of the Tejo River and ride a bus to Cristo Rei — a magnificent statue similar to Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the Redeemer. After a stroll along the picturesque banks of the Tejo River, you’ll ascend in the Boca do Vento Elevator and enjoy panoramic city views. On this small-group tour, limited to 10 people, you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide.
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3 hours
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Lisbon 3-Hour Bohemian Walking Tour of Chiado and Bairro Alto

Capture the bohemian spirit of Chiado on a 3-hour walking tour in Lisbon. The Chiado district boasts a rich artistic heritage reflected by cafes, galleries and boutiques: stroll past the ruins of Carmo Church (Igreja do Carmo), admire the colorful façade of 19th-century townhouses and learn about the fire that devastated Chiado in the late 20th century. Receive nightlife recommendations in Barrio Alto and see the steep slopes that constitute the Bica neighborhood. On this small-group tour — limited to 10 people — you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide.
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3 hours
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Lisbon Small-Group Walking Tour

Explore three of Lisbon’s most fascinating neighborhoods on a half-day, small-group walking tour. You’ll admire museums, theaters and pastel-colored buildings in Chiada; see elegant mansions and monumental squares such as Praça do Comércio in the Baixa district; and delve into Lisbon’s ancient history in the Alfama district. See, too, the medieval Castle of São Jorge and admire panoramic city vistas from the Miradouro de Santa Luzia. Throughout this small-group tour — limited to 10 people — you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide.
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4 hours
from $23.70

Lisbon 3-Hour Downtown Baixa Tour

Learn about an monumental part of Portuguese history during this 3-hour small-group tour of Lisbon’s Baixa neighborhood. This important area of the city was completely destroyed in a 1755 earthquake and few original structures still stand. Learn how the city rebuilt and explore the important city squares of Rossio and Praca do Comércio. Your tour will also include time to shop and visit traditional cafes.
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3 hours
from $23.70
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mates wrote a review Aug 2020
Ljubuski, Bosnia and Herzegovina2 contributions
Because of covid 19 situation I was alone at this tour and I loved it. Nuno the guide was very good, shared lots of information with me, and it didn't felt like just another tour. The tram 28 ride was fun but too short.
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Miguel S wrote a review Mar 2020
Los Ojos, New Mexico3 contributions
Too bad I can’t write a review. I had to cancel due to travel restrictions place by president Trump. Had to make arrangements to travel back to the United Stated. Any others questions, I can be reached at +13039410343 Miguel Salazar
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Pioneer522319 wrote a review Dec 2019
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Excellent and informative. Really enjoyed it! Saw streets you couldn't normally see on another type of tour. Guide was a history expert so learned a lot!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Mirlo M wrote a review Nov 2019
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We had nuno as our guide. He continued talking and talking with no attention to the group whatsoever.. we were all bored and sick of him talking as if he was reading off a history book. No humor no personality. The tour is way too long specially for summer. It was so hot and we were constantly going uphill. Nuno didn’t care to give his speech under shade, he would just stand anywhere. A girl pointed this out and said we were literally under the hot sun and should move under the shade just a few feet away. To which Nuno said oh we’ll just go in a bit it’s not much left... he simply didn’t respect or care. By the end some people just left early telling Nuno they couldn’t stand the sun anymore. There’s also no break for lunch etc. Just constant waking and lectures by Nuno. The only good thing was that the places and views he took us to were truly breathtaking and only a local person would know them.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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X19-Girl wrote a review Oct 2019
Bristol, United Kingdom17 contributions7 helpful votes
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We booked a private tour for two people, to fit in with our schedule. The booking process was straightforward and communications were excellent. With hindsight, we should have arranged a meeting point closer to the cruise terminal. We met our guide at 9.00 am in Praça Luís de Camões and walked down to the ferry terminal for the crossing to Cacilhas, where we caught the bus to Christo Rei. Our guide gave us plenty of time to go to the top of the statue (entry fee not included in the tour) and admire the views. Following a walk through Almada, the plan was to use the Boca do Vento Elevator but it was closed, so we descended to the waterfront on foot. We then walked back to the ferry terminal for the return across the River Tagus (Rio Tejo); we would recommend sensible walking shoes as some of the ground was uneven. Throughout the tour our guide gave us lots of information, answered our questions and was very knowledgeable and helpful. On our return to Lisbon he directed us to the Time Out Food Market where we were able to purchase pastéis de nata and coffee, before returning to our ship in a tuk tuk. We would highly recommend Lisbon-Spirit and would be happy to use this company again on our next visit to the city.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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