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Tuk Tuk Lisboa is a company that provides tours around the Lisbon city. Visiting the city by Tuk Tuk is a fun and original experience. Our drivers will take you to the best places, and will exceed your expectations. Tuk Tuk allows you to go to spots...more
This is a novel and private way to tour Lisbon. You can comfortably go in this private "oversized golf cart" and get a personal trip (instead of a large tour) around the city in one or two hours. Your driver will stop and wait for...More
With a personal guide, Hugo was fantabulous, you can get a tour, have questions answered, take pics, and see the city sites, plus neighborhoods, for less than the hop on hop off. Had a great 2 hour tour for 4 people, laughing and learning.
We took advantage of our short trip in Lisbon and were introduced to the perfect city but the perfect means of transport - the TukTuk. Having never been to Bangkok I had never experienced this immersive ride before - it was incredible. 12 of us...More
Rodrigo picked us up promptly from our hotel. We went around the old part of the city with some great viewpoints along the way. We were not rushed at all. The tour also took in Belem and Rodrigo gave us free custard tarts (we didn't...More
Asked for a lift 6km from Sintra and got told by the driver that it’s 40€ . The local bus is 2.40€ I think the price is way too much and unfair to try rip off the tourists who are supporting The town ..:
We came upon this company as we were wandering about on our first evening. They combined two tours for us: the castle and surroundings and Belem for three hours. Lino, our driver, was knowledgeable and fun! Told us a lot about the history, pre and...More
Completely unplanned, we had an enjoyable afternoon on a TukTuk tour with our wonderful guide, Domingo, he loves history and was able to take us through the centuries as we drove through each of the neighborhoods! Instructive and fun!!
We had a wonderful 2 hour tuk tuk trip with Filipa - she was a great tour guide - extremely
knowledgeable and answered all our questions. She was so generous with her guiding, a passionate local and so friendly. I recommend this tour as a...More
You can be thankful that most common travel guides don't mention Graça and São Vicente that often. Part of Lisbon's historic center and "Old Town", they feel like independent villages in the capital's center, and more untouched than Alfama. Amazing views, restaurants and parks, as well as important monuments like the S. Vicente Church and the National Pantheon, make this a spectacular option for those looking for a more
tranquil walk-around in the center of Lisbon. Graça has been the choice of many younger people over the past years, both nationals and expats, given the cozy feeling of the neighborhood and its hidden secrets.
Dear Stephanie, as a citizen of Lisbon I would like to ask you you to please consider some alternatives to the motor tuk tuks like for the examplet the electric tuk tuks (or any other less "damaging" activity and resident... More
Dear Stephanie, as a citizen of Lisbon I would like to ask you you to please consider some alternatives to the motor tuk tuks like for the examplet the electric tuk tuks (or any other less "damaging" activity and resident friendly).
We are all fighting in the city agains this huge plague of tuk tuks. They are extremely noisy, polluting and the number of them around the city is simply absurd. Imagine that every day of the week your life is disrupted by the noise of those things every time you open the window or walk around, any time of the day. Would you like that for your city?
Please, consider other alternatives (electric tuk tuks - they are totally silent - or other attractions). Think of the residents. And enjoy Lisbon!