Walk & Talk

Free tours lisbon.

Select the FREE tour that suits you best.

Book it through our website.

Receive a confirmation email with the meeting point.

Our Free TOURS

Lisbon private tour, moorish quarter tour, alfama tour, belem tour through the eyes of a local guide, full day to fatima, full day to evora, first thing you should know about us.

We offer amazing local guides in Portugal, with fun and dynamic tours that will make your trip unforgettable!

Choose the tour

Book the tour, enjoy the tour, frequently asked questions.

A free walking tour is indeed a free tour that you do by walking around the city. This concept allows you to have a local guide, and in our case a portuguese guide, that will tell you about the history and wonders of Lisbon while doing a walk itinerary. At the end of the tour you will tip according to what you feel the tour was worth.

While navigating through our website, please select the tour that you feel is more suitable for you. Book the tour by filling in the boxes with your information and how many you are. When that is done you will automatically receive an email with the confirmation. What ‘s next? We will see you at the meeting point and hope we can make your day.

You will meet the guide at the meeting point. Once you make the booking or reservation, you will receive from us a confirmation email that will include a google link of the meeting point location

Very easy, just go to our website, choose the tour you wish to attend and click on the button book now. After clicking you will get a page with boxes to fill with your information. At the end of the reservation you will receive an email from us with the confirmation.

We are a free walking tour company that only does tours in english.

All guides that work with us are portuguese guides. We felt the need to positively discriminate so that each of them can add a little bit of their personal experience and share it with you.

What clients say about Walk and Talk

Ralph Hibbs

Join the Walk

Walk & talk lisbon free tours.

  • tripadvisor

Lisbon Free Walking Tours – The Definitive Guide [+ Free Maps]

author profile picture

Walking tours are the best way to explore Lisbon, but the question is:

How to find in Lisbon free walking tours that are 100% free?

The answer: go on a self-guided walking tour.

I’ve created 3 self-guided walking tours that you can follow to discover Lisbon, one of the best cities in Portugal , for free.

Let’s see them!

portugal lisbon free walking tour and free maps

Lisbon is small enough that you can see most of the city by walking around. Of course, 1 walking tour won’t be enough for you to discover Lisbon to the fullest : for this reason, I have created 3 free walking tours in Lisbon that you can follow.

Each tour is designed so that you truly get a feel for the district you’re visiting: the Alfama district , the Belém district, or Lisbon City Center.

free guide tour lisbon

In this travel guide about the free walking tours in Lisbon Portugal, you’ll find in the table of contents below everything that we’ll see, from maps of the walking tours, to self-guided walking tours and guided walking tours.

Simply click on the table to expand it, then click on any part you’d like to jump to.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Interactive Maps

Lisbon free walking tours, alfama free walking tour lisbon, belém free walking tour lisbon, city center free walking tour lisbon, more free walking tours in lisbon, where to stay in lisbon, visit portugal.

Don’t have time to read this full guide, and just want to download a map with the itinerary for the free walking tour?

I’ve got you covered.

Just click on the desired map to open it in Google Maps; then, click on the “star” at the top. It will automatically add the map to your Google Maps. In Google Maps, you will find it under Menu>Your Places>Maps

Download the free Lisbon walking tour maps below:

Alfama Walking Tour

Belém Walking Tour

City Center Walking Tour

So there you have them, your free interactive maps of free walking tours, Lisbon.

If you want more information about each walking tour, including the places to see, with information, tips and photos, keep reading below.

One of the best ways to discover Lisbon is to walk around the city, going from postcard view to epic monument. The only way to have a truly free tour is to go on a self-guided walking tour .

Don’t worry, you won’t have to create your own tour, to plan everything and to guess where to go.

I’ve done all the work for you. 

Just choose the part of Lisbon you want to explore, and follow the free walking tour I’ve created for you!

You’ll find in this guide the following Lisbon free walking tours:

  • Lisbon free walking tour: Alfama Walking Tour
  • Lisbon free walking tour: Belém Walking Tour
  • Lisbon free walking tour: City Center Walking Tour

Click on any of the buttons below to jump straight to the free Lisbon walking tour you want to see

Alfama is a district of Lisbon, situated in the east of the city. It almost feels like a village within the city: it’s the oldest district of Lisbon, and you really feel like you went back in times when wandering the streets of Alfama. Don’t miss it as visiting Alfama is one of the best things to do in Lisbon .

  • What to expect: medieval streets, going uphill a lot, and epic views
  • Walking time: 37 minutes

Total time recommended: 2 hours

Alfama – Lisbon Walking Tour Map

Ready to explore Alfama? We’ll go on the first Lisbon free walking tours: the Alfama walking tour . To explore the neighborhood, we’ll visit 10 spots, that will give you a perfect experience of this part of Lisbon.

In the map below, you’ll find the 10 spots , as well as the itinerary we’ll follow.

How to use the map

Navigate : Click on the top left logo to open the side panel. You’ll see all of the spots in the itinerary; you can click on any to have more information

Download : To download the map, simply click on the “ star ” next to the title. It will automatically add the map to your Google Maps. In Google Maps, you will find it under Menu>Your Places>Maps

Here are the main spots you’ll see on this Free Walking Tour of Alfama:

  • Igreja da Madalena
  • Lisbon Cathedral
  • Palacete Chafariz d’El Rei
  • Igreja de São Miguel
  • Miradouro das Portas do Sol
  • Secret Lisbon Tunnel
  • Street Art Amália Rodrigues by Vhils
  • Miradouro do Recolhimento
  • Castelo de São Jorge
  • Miradouro do Castelo de S. Jorge

So there you have it, your free walking tour of Alfama in Lisbon.

For more information about all of the places included in this walking tour, along with photos, keep reading below.

1 – Igreja da Madalena

The Alfama free walking tour starts in the West of Alfama, at the Igreja da Madalena.

In addition to seeing the church, you’ll also see the iconic yellow tram , going right in front of the church.

igreja da madalena lisboa portugal

2 – Lisbon Cathedral

We then move on to our second spot of the day, the Lisbon Cathedral, a 2 minutes walk away. We’ll follow the trams track, so that’s even more opportunities for you to see the tram passing by.

Feel free to go inside the Lisbon Cathedral, the entry is free .

lisbon cathedral from the rooftops part of lisbon itinerary

There is so much to see in Lisbon, one of the main reasons to choose Lisbon vs Porto for your next trip.

3 – Palacete Chafariz d’El Rei

The 3rd stop of the day is the Palacete Chafariz d’El Rei, a stunning Moorish building from the 19th century. The facade is made of pink and blue tiles, truly a hidden architecture gem in Lisbon.

Bonus : check out the Arco de Jesus while on your way to Chafariz d’El Rei, a beautiful hidden passage covered with blue tiles.

4 – Igreja de São Miguel

Before moving on to your next spot, you can take a few extra minutes to go next to the Tejo river; I always love relaxing for a while, with the sound of the waves gently clapping along the docks.

Our next spot is the Igreja de São Miguel , a 2 minutes walk away.

igreja de sao miguel lisbon portugal

More than the church itself ( which is beautiful, by the way ), you’ll now be exploring the classic Alfama , going up to the heights of Lisbon.

Once you’ve rested in the square in front of the church for a while, make your way to the right of the church, all the way up the steps.

Don’t forget to turn back when you get up the stairs for a nice view over the church and the streets .

5 – Miradouro das Portas do Sol

If you keep going up the steps, you’ll reach the Miradouro das Portas do Sol.

“Miradouro” is “viewpoint” in Portuguese – if you see a Miradouro sign, follow it, you’ll usually get a pretty nice view!

Miradouro de Santa Luzia, Lisboa, Portugal

The Miradouro das Portas do Sol offers the best view over the Alfama neighborhood. To the east, you’ll see the white dome of the National Pantheon , and the Saint Vincent church on the left. To the south, you’ll have an unobstructed view over the Tejo river.

6 – Secret Lisbon Tunnel

Lisbon is also famous for its street art; after enjoying the views over the city, we’ll now go underground in our search for street murals.

Well, not underground underground, but in a tunnel.

You’ll discover the secret tunnel: History of Lisbon Mural by Nuno Saraiva . The inside of the tunnel is covered in drawings, depicting the history of Lisbon.

Address : R. Norberto de Araújo 14-18, 1100-117 Lisboa, Portugal

7 – Street Art Amália Rodrigues by Vhils

We’ll go right next to a second street art spot in Alfama: Amália Rodrigues by Vhils. Don’t worry, it’s only a 2 minutes walk to reach this spot.

street art amalia rodrigues by vhils lisbon

8 – Miradouro do Recolhimento

Onwards to our last street art spot of this free Lisbon walking tour. To reach the Miradouro do Recolhimento, you’ll go through an abandoned building , all covered in street art!

When you get to the top, you’ll be rewarded with a grand view of the city.

Bonus : there is often way less tourists in this spot than in the other miradouros

9 – Castelo de São Jorge

Right on the south west border of the Alfama district is the Castelo de São Jorge. It’s a massive medieval castle , built in the 11th century by the Moors.

Go inside and explore the impressive ruins of the castle, before moving on to the last spot on our list.

castelo de sao jorge lisbon

10 – Miradouro do Castelo de São Jorge

There it is: the last stop on our free Lisbon walking tour.

You can only access this viewpoint by going through the castle; it’s located on a hill, the highest point of the Alfama district.

miradouro de castelo de sao jorge

At the viewpoint, you’ll have a different view from all the miradouros we visited earlier on our walking tour: a view to the west .

From up there, you’ll see the whole city going up to the Tagus river, all the way to the 25 de April bridge in the background.

view from the castelo sao jorge right after sunset lisbon

So there you have it, your free walking tour of Alfama, Lisbon! If you follow this 10 stops itinerary , you’ll discover the main points in Alfama, and you’ll have a good feel of the district.

Of course, this walking tour is meant to be used as a starting point – don’t follow it to the letter !

I highly encourage you to be curious along the way: follow that quaint street; go in this appetizing bakery.

Bonus locations

Do you want more suggestions of spots to check out on your walking tour?

8 minutes from Miradouro das Portas do Sol: Igreja de São Vicente da Fora

10 minutes from Miradouro das Portas do Sol: Panteão Nacional

Ready to explore another part of Lisbon? Check out the Belém walking tour below.

Belém is the South West district of Lisbon, along the Tejo river. It was the starting point of most of the great Portuguese expeditions during the Age of Discovery, and the district definitely has a medieval feel to it.

What to expect: walks along the Tejo river, absolutely epic monuments and medieval vibe

Walking time: 44 minutes

Total time recommended: 1h30 (no visits) to 5 hours (visit all)

Warning : Most places are closed on Mondays

Belém – Lisbon Walking Tour Map

Ready to explore Belém ? We’ll go on the second Lisbon free walking tours: the Belem free walking tour . To explore the neighborhood, we’ll visit 9 spots, that will give you a perfect experience of this part of Lisbon.

In the map below, you’ll find the 9 spots , as well as the itinerary we’ll follow.

Here are the main spots you’ll see on this Free Walking Tour of Belém:

  • The Combatants Overseas Monument
  • Belém Tower
  • Belém Lighthouse
  • Padrão dos Descobrimentos
  • Praça do Império
  • Pastéis de Belém
  • Jardim de Belém
  • Church Santa Maria de Belém
  • Jerónimos Monastery

So there you have it, your free walking tour of Belém in Lisbon.

For more information about all of the Lisbon attractions included in this walking tour, along with photos, keep reading below.

1 – The Combatants Overseas Monument

We’ll begin our second Lisbon free walking tour in the West of Belém, and we’ll make our way towards the East.

The first spot is the Monumento aos Combatentes do Ultramar ( the Combatants Overseas monument ). It sets the tone for the visit of Belém.

combatentes do ultramar monument

The monument is a memorial to the more of 9,000 soldiers dead during the Overseas War (1961-1974).

You’ll find an eternal flame burning under the monument; the names of the dead soldiers are written on the walls all around the monument.

2 – Belém Tower

Our second spot is probably the most famous location in Belém : the Torre de Belém ( Belém Tower ).

the torre de belem lisboa portugal

The medieval tower was once an important part of the city defense system ; today, you can visit the tower, and even go on the rooftop terrace for stunning view over the Tejo river.

3 – Belém Lighthouse

We’ll stay on the river banks for visiting the next spot: Belém Lighthouse . It’s a short 8 minutes walk, along the shore, to reach the spot.

farol belem lightouse lisbon

The walk in itself is pretty nice; walking next to the water, under the sun, watching the lighthouse grow taller as you get closer.

4 – Padrão dos Descobrimentos

Right next to the lighthouse is our next spot, Padrão dos Descobrimentos ( Monument to the Discoveries ). You’ll see the monument from the lighthouse, as it’s pretty massive (50 meters / 164 feet).

padrao dos descrobrimentos lisbon

The monument is a tribute to the Portuguese explorers of the Age of Discovery . Make sure to go to the other side of the monument, where you’ll see more statues of famous explorers.

Bonus : you can go to the top of the monument for a view over the Belém neighborhood (6€ adult / 3€ child)

5 – Praça do Império

Our next stop is literally across the street: just cross the street, and you’ll be in Praça do Império .

The square was built for the Portuguese World Exposition in 1940, held for the celebration of the 800 years since Portugal became independent.

praca do imperio belem lisbon portugal

The square is actually a huge garden , made of 32 mosaic coat of arms. Enjoy strolling through the square, and make your way to the next spot, for a well deserved break.

6 – Pastéis de Belém

We’re already half way through our free walking tour of Lisbon in Belém; it’s time for a break !

Exit the park through the north entrance, and take a right. Follow the road for 2 minutes, and you’ll reach a spot with many buildings.

There are a lot of restaurants and places where you can eat there. I highly recommend going to Pastéis de Belém .

pasteis de nata

If you haven’t yet eaten any Pastéis de Nata in Portugal, it’s time to try! The little custard tart is a Portuguese specialty, and if you love sweet food, you’re in for a treat.

7 – Jardim de Belém

If the weather allows ( well you’re in Lisbon, it’s probably going to be sunny! ), order your pastéis as a takeaway, and cross the street to reach the Jardim de Belém .

Lisboa, Thai pavilion in Jardim Vasco da Gama

Enjoy your little break by sitting down on the grass, while munching on your snack . When you’re ready to get going again, move on to your next spot!

8 – Church Santa Maria de Belém

The Igreja Santa Maria de Belém is the tall building you saw earlier when exiting the Praça do Império; it’s now time to visit it!

igreja santa maria de belem lisboa

If you were impressed by the beauty of the church from the outside, wait until you get in: it’s insanely gorgeous !

Bonus : entry is free

9 – Jerónimos Monastery

Aaaand we’re now getting to our last spot on our Belém waking tour! The Jerónimos Monastery is right next to the Santa Maria church, and definitely worth a visit.

Monastery of Jeronimos Cloister

There is often long lines to visit this jewel of architecture, so make sure you plan enough time for walking around Lisbon. If you’re short on time, strolling along the street and seeing the monument from outside is a possible alternative.

the best lisbon itinerary for 1 2 or 3 days in lisbon

So there you have it, your free walking tour of Belém, Lisbon! If you follow this 9 stops itinerary , you’ll discover the main points in Belém, and you’ll have a good feel of the district.

16 minutes from Belém Tower:  Algés beach

17 minutes from Jerónimos Monastery:  MAAT museum

Ready to explore another part of Lisbon? Check out the City Center walking tour below.

Lisbon City Center is the heart of the city, and typically what most people see on their first visit to Lisbon. There is plenty to see in the area, and it can be quite challenging to decide on what to see, where to go, and how to plan your itinerary.

Everything is within walking distance in the city center, and you can go on a walking tour – Lisbon edition – to discover the neighborhood.

What to expect: beautiful squares, luxurious streets and Lisbon icons

Walking time: 45 minutes

City Center – Lisbon Walking Tour Map

Ready to explore Lisbon City Center? We’ll go on the third and last Lisbon free walking tours: the City Center walking tour . To explore the neighborhood, we’ll visit 11 spots, that will give you a perfect experience of this part of Lisbon.

In the map below, you’ll find the 11 spots , as well as the itinerary we’ll follow.

Here are the main spots you’ll see on this Free Walking Tour of the City Center:

  • Monumento aos Restauradores
  • Praça do Rossio
  • Carmo Convent
  • Santa Justa lift
  • Arco da Rua Augusta
  • Praça do Comércio
  • Praça do Municipio
  • Secret Pink Street
  • Praça de São Paulo
  • Ascensor da Bica
  • Miradouro de Santa Catarina

So there you have it, your free walking tour of the City Center  in Lisbon.

1 – Monumento aos Restauradores

We’ll start our Lisbon walking tour in the north of the city center, at the Praça dos Restauradores .

monumento aos restauradores

At the center of the square, you’ll find the Monumento aos Restauradores , a monument to celebrate the Portuguese Restoration War victory.

Bonus : check out the iconic Gloria tram from the top of the street, on the square (address: Calçada da Glória 6, 1250-144 Lisboa, Portugal)

2 – Praça do Rossio

Our second spot is also a square, a 4 minutes walk away from the first square. The square is famous for its optical illusion on the ground.

praca do rossio lisbon city center

On the photo above, you can see on the top left our next 2 spots in this free Lisbon walking tour: the Santa Justa lift on the far left, and the Carmo Convent right next to it.

Bonus : avoid the restaurants on the square (tourist traps), but check out the tiny shops on the square for good pastries and coffee

3 – Carmo Convent

Let’s head to our next spot, the Carmo Convent , that you saw from the plaza. The convent looks impressive from the outside, but it’s even more special from the inside.

convento do carmo lisbon

It’s one of the rare places where you can be both inside a monument and outside at the same time. The convent was partially destroyed during the 1755 Lisbon earthquake , which made it really unique.

4 – Santa Justa lift

Probably one of the most famous spots in Lisbon, the Santa Justa lift . It’s a stunning structure, standing above the Lisbon skyline.

elevador de santa justa lift lisbon

If you want to go up the lift, make sure you get there early, because it gets crowded pretty fast.

Bonus : You can access the top for free from the Top Entrance , next to the Carmo Convent.

5 – Arco da Rua Augusta

To reach the next spot, you’ll go through the Baixa district: the classic Lisbon city center, with recent architecture (18th century).

arco da rua augusta lisbon portugal

At the end of the Rua Augusta, you’ll walk under a massive stone arch, the Arco da Rua Augusta .

Bonus : you can go on top of the arch, for one of the best views over the Baixa district

6 – Praça do Comércio

The Rua Augusta opens up on the biggest square in Lisbon, the Praça do Comércio.

praca do comercio lisbon

Walk to the center of the square, to see the grand statue of King José I . Make sure you go all the way to the shore, and check out the tiny beach Playita del Muelle de las Columnas.

Tip : avoid shopping and eating in the area, it’s really overpriced. Wait until the next spots!

7 – Praça do Municipio

And the next spot is… a square, you guessed it! The Lisbon city center is full of stunning squares, and this one is no exception.

praca do municipio square lisbon portugal

The Praça do Municipio (Municipal Square) is surrounded by incredible buildings : the City Hall, the Appeal Court, and the Ministry of the Sea.

8 – Secret Pink Street

To reach our next spot, we’ll walk on the Arsenal Street, along the Courthouse. A quick walk (4 minutes), that will take us to one of the many Lisbon hidden gems .

cais do sodre lisbon secret pink street

As you can see above, the hidden gem is a pink street . It doesn’t go on for very long, but it’s such a cool street ! The pink on the floor leads all the way under this yellow arch and through the other side.

9 – Praça de São Paulo

Whaaaaat? Another square! That’s the last one we’ll visit on our walking tour in Lisbon city center.

The Praça de São Paulo is on our way to the next spot, so you won’t even have to walk a long way to see it.

praca de sao paulo lisboa

On the square, you’ll find the Igreja de São Paul (Saint Paul church), which is worth a visit if you have the time. The painted ceiling of the church is incredible – I definitely didn’t expect it!

Bonus : stop at the cute little kiosk on the square to grab a drink and a snack

10 – Ascensor da Bica

It’s time to see an icon of Lisbon: the yellow tram ! While the famous yellow tram number 28 runs in the Alfama district, there is also one in the city center.

ascensor da bica in lisbon

The Ascensor da Bica was originally a cable car , but it’s now electrified; it runs like a tram. It goes all the way up to Bairro Alto.

Go up the street to see the tram at different points in the street. Don’t forget to look back after going up for a while, for a nice view over the river.

11 – Miradouro de Santa Catarina

We’ll end our Lisbon free walking tour by going to a miradouro ; the Miradouro de Santa Catarina is right next to the Bica street, only 2 minutes away.

miradouro de santa catarina lisboa

The viewpoint offers a nice view over the Tejo river and the suspension bridge in the estuary. It’s the perfect spot to end your walking tour: grab a drink and enjoy the view!

lisbon cathedral and the yellow tram

So there you have it, your free walking tour of Lisbon City Center! If you follow this 11 stops itinerary , you’ll discover the main points in the center, and you’ll have a good feel of the district.

3 minutes from the pink street: Mercado da Ribeira, local massive food-court

20 minutes from Miradouro de Santa Catarina: Basilica da Estrela

Not a fan of these self guided walking tour in Lisbon? Check out below more free walking tours in Lisbon, accompanied by tour guides .

All of the Lisbon free walking tours that I created and suggested above are self guided ; you’ll be on your own, following the itineraries and doing your own walking tour.

If you’re looking for a guided tour, there are also several options for free guided walking tours in Lisbon.

Word of advice: all of the “free tours” led by a tour guide that you can find online -and those mentioned below- are not really 100% free.

Yes, you can join the tours without paying . However, you are expected to “ tip ” your guide at the end, based on how much you think the tour was worth.

The only true free walking tours in Lisbon are the self-guided walking tours, just like the one I gave you above.

Best Free Walking Tours Lisbon

You’ll find below the best “free” walking tours that you can join in Lisbon:

Sandeman – Lisbon Free Tour

What to expect: you’ll walk around the Lisbon city center

Duration: 3h

Languages: English / Spanish

More info: free walking tour lisbon sandeman

Lisbon Chillout – Free Walking Tour Lisbon

What to expect: 4 different tours available: Lisbon city center, Literature tour, Music tour and pub crawl

More info: Lisbon Chillout free tours

belem tower sunrise in lisbon portugal

FREETOUR.COM 

What to expect: 36 different free Lisbon walking tours, with different themes and locations

Duration: from 1h30 to 3h

Languages: English / Spanish / French / Portuguese / Russian / Italian

More info: Freetour.com

Guruwalk – Free Walking Tour Lisbon Portugal

What to expect: around 20 different tours, with different locations

Duration: 3h in average

Languages: English / Spanish / French / Portuguese / Italian

Reviews: Guruwalk Free Lisbon tours

So there you have them, the best Lisbon free walking tour, led by guides. Reminder that these are not 100% free, you are expected to pay your guide at the end based on how much you thought the tour was worth.

If you’re visiting Lisbon, you have several options for where to stay. You’ll find below hotels depending on your travel style:

Budget : Host Bell Rooms and Suites

Very cheap accommodation, around 14€ per night for a bed in a 12 beds dorm room.

free guide tour lisbon

This hostel has the best location , it’s right next to the main square, and everything is within walking distance. There’s also tea and coffee machines in every room, which is a big plus.

Check for Best Price

Comfy : Lost Lisbon: Avenida House

Very comfy rooms, with private bathroom, for around 78€ per night.

free guide tour lisbon

The two nice bonuses? It’s within walking distance of the city center, and it also comes with a free breakfast !

Luxury : The One Palacio da Anunciada

If you’re looking for the perfect dreamy place to relax and enjoy your stay in Lisbon, look no further.

free guide tour lisbon

The One Palacio da Anunciada might very well be your favorite place in the city ; private bathroom, outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, indoor pool and even a sauna! It also has breakfast included, and its location is hard to beat.

Planning a trip to Portugal? You can find below several other articles about this wonderful part of the world to help you plan your trip:

Lisbon Guides:

Best Lisbon Itineraries for 1, 2, 3 or 4 days in Lisbon

30 Best Sunset Spots in Lisbon

Cristo Rei – Visit the Highest Point of Lisbon

Portugal Guides:

The Ultimate Algarve Travel Guide

What to see in Sintra – next to Lisbon

Explore the Douro Valley

I hope you enjoy your trip to Lisbon and to Portugal!

If you have any questions, let me know in the comments below, I always reply.

Photo credits: 3 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 27 | 28 | 30 | 32

Travel Tools

Use any of our recommended links below to book your trip. You pay the same, and we earn a small fee; a great way to support us!

  • Find the Best Hotels
  • Find a Rental Car
  • Insure Your Trip
  • Book Your Activities

Walking tours are the best way to explore Lisbon, but the question is: How to find in Lisbon free walking tours that are 100% free? The answer: go on a self-guided walking tour. I’ve created 3 self-guided walking tours that you can follow to discover Lisbon, for free. Let’s see them! lisbon portugal things to do in | lisbon portugal travel | what to do in lisbon portugal | 3 days in lisbon portugal

Pin this to Pinterest!

Enjoyed this guide? Then help a fellow traveler and pin it! They'll most definitely love you for it, 100% guarantee.

Pin It Now Follow Me on Pinterest

author profile picture

Hey, I'm Kevin

kevmrc profile picture at eiffel tower

I'm a professional photographer, with over a decade of experience in the travel industry. I worked with countless travel brands, and my travel advice has been featured in major publications such as CNN, Forbes & the New York Magazine. But the best travel advice is definitely found here on my website! I'm all about adventure travel, hiking and exploring the outdoors - even if I often find myself exploring cities with my wife Nesrine. If you have any questions, leave a comment on this post or reach out by email at: [email protected]

Come say hi on social!

Countries I've visited

Recommended Reading

Where to Stay in Lisbon With Family? The Best Places for YOUR Family

I did the Lisbon city center walking tour as you suggested and it was by far one of the best walking tours I have done. It took me through every single attraction I wanted to see. Now I am ready to do the Alfama tour as well. Yours is definitely one of the better self guided walking tours out there.

free guide tour lisbon

Hi Sharad, thank you so much for your feedback! We’re so happy to know it helped you discover Lisbon properly and enjoy your trip 🙂

free guide tour lisbon

Unable to save the tour maps as Google Maps Engine says it’s no more. Any other ideas?

Thanks, Des

free guide tour lisbon

Thank you for the suggestions. I’m very excited to try them all. I’m planning to visit Portugal next year, possibly in the spring, to avoid major crowds. Do you recommend a good month to visit?

Hi Linda! I strongly recommend going on mid-May-June, or in the beginning of September. The weather is very good, so you’ll be able to stroll around the city and enjoy drinks on a terrace without sweating too much (July-August are very crowded and weather quite hot).

Leave a Reply Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  Notify me when new comments are added.

Free Tour Portugal

Tavel through Phoenician, Roman and Arabic heritage, and understand Lisbon’s identity and culture and discover our white, narrow Old Town filled with heritage, fado music and the smell of grilled sardines.

  Alfama      Viewpoints     Tram 28      Traditions       Old Town

Lisbon Sunset Free Tour

Visit the picturesque neighborhoods of Mouraria and Graça and finish the tour with a spectacular sunset on an amazing viewpoint over the city next to some of Lisbon’s most iconic landmarks.

 Mouraria     Graça     Viewpoints & gardens     National Pantheon

Dive into Portugal’s Age of Discovery while seeing the Belém Tower, the Jerónimos Monastery and trying some of its best known sweets: the mouth-watering pastéis de nata.

 Tower       Monastery      Pastéis de Belém      Riverside walk

See the other side of Lisbon! Admire the street art, graffiti and, overall, the urban contrasts of the Mouraria and Graça neighborhoods while we dive into their narrow streets, viewpoints, and life.

 Mouraria      Graça      Viewpoints      Street art, graffiti and murals

 History      Live singing      Mouraria      Alfama       Casas de fado

Discover the charms of Lisbon, in a night of fados in Alfama: when the sun sets, the city comes alive again, with plenty of entertainment and nightlife options to suit all tastes. Come enjoy that with us!

 Dinner included     Live Fado     Belém Tower      Transport

portugues

Cover the best in Lisbon, in half a day or a full day! Enjoy all the sights in this wonderful private tour through Lisbon, from the Belém and all the way to Alfama, and don’t miss a single thing.

 Bairro Alto      Baixa      Alfama      Belém      Private guide

français

Sintra and Cascais Day Trip

Get out of the busy city and discover some of the most well-known sights Portugal has to offer. From the hills of Sintra to the shores of Cascais, join this day trip from Lisbon and see what you’d have missed!

 Sintra     Cascais     Pena Palace     Quinta da Regaleira

Free Tours Lisbon

Our Free Walking Tours in Lisbon will make you feel like home in this beautiful city! From the hills of Alfama and the Mouraria to the glamorous Baixa and Chiado, all the way up again into the Bairro Alto and even further, all the way to marvelous and delicious Belém , join one of our groups and discover Lisbon through the eyes of a local.

We don’t like lecturing you with years and names of people. Our tours are a fun way of discovering each city, not only its history but also its traditions, legends and way of life, by the hands of experienced locals! At Free Tour Portugal we think that anyone should be able to enjoy our country and that this is the best way to expand culture and achieve fairer prices for everyone.

Come enjoy Lisbon with us. Book now one of our fabulous Free Walking Tours in Lisbon !

How did we calculate this rating? A weighted average has been calculated from the reviews on the following platforms: TripAdvisor:  4.911 ratings, average of 5/5 FreeTour.com: 864 ratings, average of 9,4/10 GuruWalk: 261 ratings, average of 4,8/5 Google: 60 ratings, average of 4,5/5

freetour

Check out some of our tours

Winter schedule.

(1st October to 31st March)

Everyday at 10:00 AM & 3:00 PM

SUMMER SCHEDULE

(1st April to 30th September)

Everyday at 10:00 AM & 4:30 PM

free guide tour lisbon

free guide tour lisbon

  • Santiago de Chile
  • Santiago de Compostela

Discovering Lisbon with SANDEMANs walking tours

WALKING TOURS & ACTIVITIES IN LISBON

  • PRIVATE TOURS

a typical lisbon tram going up the street

Free Tour of Lisbon

Book the original Lisbon free walking tour and visit many of the city's highlights with a local guid ...

Church of Santa Engrácia, the National Pantheon, in Lisbon

Alfama Free Walking Tour

See the original Lisbon district and meet the locals of Alfama

bernardo-lorena-ponte-gQ3nMnXkni8-unsplash

Belém Free Walking Tour

Walk along the waterfront of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Belém

sandemans lisbon walking tours

1.5-hour Lisbon Private Tour

Make the most out of your visit and discover Lisbon's main attractions with your private tour guide

lisbon walking tours

2-hour Lisbon Highlights Private Tour

lisbon walking tours

3-hour Lisbon Private City Tour

Enjoy a comprehensive overview of Lisbon's fascinating history and must-see sites with your private ...

free guide tour lisbon

Tell us the landmarks, stories or parts of the city you want to see, how long you have to see them and when you want to go, and we’ll build an itinerary that suits you.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam

Discover the many faces of Lisbon with a passionate local guide

Lisbon has seen it all, from the capital of a global empire to a reclusive dictatorship, from a devastating earthquake to the current title of one of the top destinations in Europe. The sights, tastes and history of Portugal can all be found here, and we help you see it through the eyes of Lisbon’s best local tour guides.

The original  Free Tour of Lisbon  starts at Largo de Camões, and covers many of Lisbon’s top attractions, including Bairro Alto, Rossio Square, Praça de Comércio and much more. After you’ve got the overview with the free walking tour, delve deeper with us!

Just outside of Lisbon lies  Belém , where you’ll see the Belém Tower, Jeronimo’s Monastery and the Discoveries Monument. Discover  Alfama , the only part of Lisbon to survive the great 1755 earthquake, or why not take a day trip to Sintra, the entirety of which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

One thing’s for sure; the top things to do and see in Lisbon can all be found on a SANDEMANs tour!

Enjoy authentic local experiences

Lisbon is part of the SANDEMANs NEW Europe network, one of the largest walking tour companies in the world. Offering daily tours in English and Spanish, we believe in supporting local communities and are committed to giving a voice to some of Lisbon's best local freelance tour guides, who passionately share the city's history and culture with their own unique and always-entertaining style.

Aside from the Free Tour, in Lisbon you’ll also find unforgettable tours and experiences. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon!

Tours & activities across Europe, Israel & USA

  • Over 2 million guests per year
  • Over 160,000 five-star reviews
  • Over 100 tours daily, rain, hail or shine
  • Top quality tours with local guides, whatever your budget

lisbon things to do travel guide

Things to do in Lisbon

Ready to start exploring Lisbon? Check out these useful tips and don't miss any of the city's main attractions

where to stay sandemans travel guides best hotels

The best accommodation in town

Finding the right place to stay can be difficult - that's why we have sorted you out with a list of our favourite hostels and hotels in Lisbon

where to eat sandemans travel guides

The best places to eat in Lisbon

Don't fall into any tourist trap! Here's a list of the top places to eat in Lisbon recommended by locals

where to drink best bars travel guides

The greatest bars in the city

Discover our selection of popular spots among the locals to taste from local wine to delicious cocktails

where to go shopping travel guides 01

The best shopping in Lisbon

Find everything you are looking for with this guide to the best shops, markets and shopping streets in Lisbon

The local expert guides we work with are proud to show you the best Lisbon has to offer!

Scroll through to learn more about these unforgettable guides, including where they’re from, why they love Lisbon and which tours they can offer you.

free guide tour lisbon

Participation in tours promoted by SANDEMANs NEW Europe is strictly on a voluntary basis. Neither SANDEMANs NEW Europe, nor the self-employed freelance guides who are the providers of the tours promoted by SANDEMANs NEW Europe, will be held responsible in any way for injuries to body or property incurred during tours. The tour guides reserve the right to deny participation in any tour, to any person, for any reason. Thank you for your understanding.

KEEP EXPLORING blog posts

Porto-duoro-river-from-dom-luis-bridge

10 Things We Love About Porto

We're launching in Porto this March, and the whole SANDEMANs NEW Europe crew is chomping at the bit ...

Sandemans Copenhagen

5 Reasons You Should Discover a City with a Free Tour

1. It's free! Perhaps the most obvious reason, but the most important one too! With the cost of tra ...

free guide tour lisbon

10 Ways to Leave a Destination Better Than You Found It

Here are SANDEMANs, we are firm believers in the power of responsible travel, so we’ve put together ...

Busabout 1

5 Top European Destinations That Won't Break the Bank

Summer is finally getting underway in Europe! If you’re planning your next adventure, here are some ...

Prague Charles Bridge

7 Best Photo Spots for the Charles Bridge in Prague

If you haven’t seen the Charles Bridge, it’s as if you’ve never even been to Prague. Everybody knows ...

Barcelona GEN 1

An Insiders' Must-See Map of Barcelona

Forget dusty books written by people who've only been to Barcelona for a few days. The dream is to v ...

Berlin Techno Blog

Where to Go Out in Berlin if You Don't Like Techno

Berlin is the techno capital of the world, home to the best club in the world (Berghain) and some of ...

Our premium partners

We love our network of accommodation partners, and are proud to recommend them to you.

These diverse properties range from hip hotels, to budget accommodation, to some of the world’s most beautiful hostels.

Scroll through and click on their photo to find out more about where they’re located, which services they have on offer, and how to book.

free guide tour lisbon

Golden Tram 242 Lisbonne Hostel

free guide tour lisbon

Hans Brinker Hostel Lisbon

free guide tour lisbon

New Lisbon Concept Hostel

Views over the Douro River in Porto

Thank you! Your support means more to us than we can express in words. Chris Sandeman and the SANDEMANs Live Community

Give anything you want

Wrong price format. Please enter a valid price.

Please enter a price greater than 0.

Payment is secured with

free guide tour lisbon

free guide tour lisbon

  • Want to become a guide?

Share my guruwalk

Unmissable lisbon free tour.

free guide tour lisbon

Take is a small local company that wants to show its cities to the world. We have a team of talented and passionate guides who want to show you the nooks and crannies, secrets and stories of our unforgettable city. Come and discover Lisbon, Porto, Braga and Guimarães and all the charms and charisma of Portugal. 2018, 2019 & 2020 Certificates of Excellence by TripAdvisor.

  • No minimum number of attendees No minimum number of attendees is required for the tour
  • Free booking and cancellation Free payment tour, no set price, booking and cancellation are free

Tour description

Embark on an electrifying journey through Lisbon's soul with our Free Tour of the Unmissable Lisbon . Dive deep into 3,000 years of history where tales of resilience, intrigue, and culture paint the vibrant canvas of one of Europe's most dynamic capitals. Follow our expert guide through the winding streets and hidden corners, where every stone and shadow has a story waiting to be told. Our adventure springs to life at the Monumento aos Restauradores , a towering tribute to Portugal’s enduring spirit against Spanish domination. As we saunter into the pulsating heart of Rossio Square, brace yourself for an enthralling saga spanning mystical Sebastianism , Lisbon's clandestine role in WWII espionage, and a touching reflection at the Jewish Memorial beside the historical São Domingos Church, echoing the sorrow of the 1506 Lisbon massacre. The mood lightens as we introduce you to Ginjinha, Lisbon's cherished cherry liqueur, in one of its landmark bars—a sweet sip of local tradition with a spirited kick! Ascending to the Carmo Convent ruins, the remnants speak of beauty and resilience, complemented by stunning vistas from the Elevator of Santa Justa. Here, the narrative weaves through the 1755 earthquake's transformative aftermath, philosophically and socially, leading up to the groundbreaking Carnation Revolution of 1974 . At the entrance to Chiado, we honor Portugal's premier poet, segueing into the chic Chiado district. This neighborhood juxtaposes Bairro Alto's historical depth with its modern-day flair, offering a glimpse into Lisbon's evolving identity. Our tour might venture into the realms of Fernando Pessoa ’s literary genius and the historic National Theater of São Carlos, before culminating at the grand Praça do Comércio. Here, the majestic Rua Augusta Arch stands as a symbol of Lisbon’s rebirth from the ashes of adversity, marking a fitting close to our voyage through time. This tour isn't just a walk; it's a journey through the essence of Lisbon, led by passionate locals eager to share their insider tips and hidden gems. Join us to soak in Lisbon’s cultural legacy, where history breathes through the streets and monuments, promising memories as vivid and enduring as the city itself. Lisbon doesn’t just tell its story; it invites you to live it.

What will we visit on this tour?

Blue Umbrellas around the Monument dos Restauradores

We kick off the tour at the Monumento aos Restauradores. This plaza opens up to Avenida da Liberdade and celebrates the moment when Portugal regained independence from Spain in 1640.

Another beautiful monument in the center of the city, the Rossio train station establishes a dialogue with the Jerónimos Monastery in Belém.

This is the place where the Jewish Massacre took place in 1506. Learn more about this impressive story and discover one of the most beautiful churches in the city, the Igreja de São Domingos.

Once an important market in the city, Praça da Figueira is now a busy spot at the city center.

Rossio is a place rich in recent Portuguese history, when Lisbon was a center of espionage battles in the 2nd World War. But there's plenty more to discover here.

The main artery of Lisbon's downtown and one of the most photographed places in the city.

The entrance from Rossio to Chiado, the cultural center of the city.

Another Lisbon landmark. Lisbon has a handfull of elevators but this one is really the one to look at. Yet another recent monument like the Estação do Rossio, the Santa Justa Elevator stands out with the Church of Carmo just behind it.

The living testimony of the great earthquake of 1755, the gothic church of Carmo is another unmissable monument in Lisbon, where medieval history merges with the April Revolution of 1974.

This is where the dictator Marcelo Caetano presented is surrender to the people of Portugal. A meaningful place in our recent history.

Post earthquake, this is probably one of the most beautiful tilled houses in the country.

This is where the Company of Jesus built there first temple back in the XVI century. It's also the place where the lottery was announced one hundred years ago.

Once the city's most modern district, Bairro Alto is the bohemian place in Lisbon. With over 500 years of stories, Bairro Alto is in the heart of every true Lisboeta.

If you ever want to listen to amateur Fado, this is the place to be.

The prince of poets, the inventor of the Portuguese language, Camões stands above everyone else. Only one thing surpassed his work: his incredible aventurous life.

The entrance to Chiado from Bairro Alto. Stories of coffee, Fernando Pessoa and Chiado himself are here to be told.

The most beautiful theatre in Portugal, São Carlos has plenty to discover.

Still in Chiado, we will wander around its streets and secrets.

The Arch of Triumph. It speaks for itself.

Lisbon's largest plaza, an amazing place to finish our walking tour.

free guide tour lisbon

How much does this tour cost?

Free tours do not have a set price , instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).

Tour opinions

free guide tour lisbon

Tour opinions (3535)

Virginia es muy profesional. El freewalk muestra una gran cantidad de lugares interesantes de Lisboa. Recomiendo

Un grazie speciale a Laura per il suo entusiasmo e la sua professionalità! Assolutamente un giro consigliato 🙂

Nos ha encantado. Es una mujer que te transmite tan lindo el amor por esta ciudad. Cómo cuenta la historia te emociona y te dan ganas de volver para seguir descubriendo. Si pasión y cariño por esta ciudad te contagia. La recomiendo muchísimo. Gracias Sara. Volveremos seguro

Who is this tour for?

What should you know, others tours from this guru, others cities to visit after lisbon.

Find similar guruwalks in Lisbon

Where are you traveling to?

Portugal Free Tours

LISBON FREE TOUR

Lisbon free tour the unmissable lisbon.

If you want to see the best of Lisbon in one day, our Lisbon Free Tour is definitely the right choice for you. This free tour is a great introduction to the city and you’ll get to see Lisbon’s center most important sites in one single tour. Take Lisboa’s free walking tour will take you through 3.000 years of history showing you the unmissable Lisbon and offering you dozens of local tips and plenty of things to do in Lisbon. ​ We’ll start our Lisbon Free Tour right next to the statue Monumento aos Restauradores. We’ll venture into Rossio Square and there will be plenty of incredible stories to tell from the Portuguese messianic myth Sebastianism to the Capital of Espionage during World War II. One of these episodes will be unforgettable as we pass by the Jewish Memorial and the São Domingos Church and tell you all about the Lisbon massacre of 1506. We will go by one of Lisbon’s most iconic establishments and the most adventurous will taste the punchy Ginjinha. We will then ascend to the Carmo Convent and admire it’s haunting gothic ruins and see the breathtaking views from the Elevator of Santa Justa up to the beautiful São Jorge Castle and it’s imposing walls. You will learn about the 1755 Lisbon Earthquake that shook the city and late modern philosophy and the peaceful Carnation Revolution of the 25th of April of 1974 that which overthrew the authoritarian Estado Novo regime created by the dictator Salazar. A bit further up ahead, you will see the first Jesuit church in Portugal, Igreja de São Roque and hear all about the Cauteleiro next to its statue. Don't forget to rub the bronze lottery ticket! Your guide will take you through the old streets of Bairro Alto, Lisbon’s bohemian district and one of the best places to listen to Fado. Back in the XVI century Portugal was the world’s first global village and these districts were the liveliest in the western world. Did you know that Bairro Alto was born with the Age of Discoveries? At Luís Vaz de Camões Square you’ll hear all about the inventor of the Portuguese language. ​ We will then present you the district of Chiado, the cosmopolitan face of the city center. ​ Before heading to the last stop of our journey, and if the pace is right, we will tell all about Fernando Pessoa and the National Theater of São Carlos. It's now time to walk to the Praça do Comércio, where you will hear all about the triumphal Rua Augusta Arch.  ​ This is arguably the city’s best walking tour and as you can see we go by many of the must see places to visit in Lisbon. You will also be rewarded by our guide’s top things to do in Lisbon. Take our Centre Free Tour so you make take many beautiful memories of Lisbon back home.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

Legends of Lisbon

Chiado the Cultural Centre and its urban poet António Ribeiro

Luís Vaz de Camões, father of the Portuguese language

Bairro Alto, the Bohemian Centre and its many tales

Church and Convent of Carmo,   a place for revolutions

Great Eathquake of 1755: the fall of Lisbon and the rise of the Marquis

King Sebastian and Sebastianism

Rossio Square and World War II

Church of São Domingos and the Jewish Massacre 

Baixa, the modern liberal Lisbon of the XIX century

Elevator of Santa Justa

The Carnation Revolution

Commerce Plaza and its mythical Arch

...and much more!

Lisbon Free Tour at Restauradores

Other Information

Group Policy

Minimum number of participants.

Groups of 7 to 15 people are always welcome. In this case, we ask for a prepayment in cash of 10 euros per person (from 13 years old) and 5 euros per kid (6 to 12 years old) at the meeting point. Children under 6 years old are free of charge. This principle arises from the need to protect and value the level of quality and dedication that we demand from our Take Lisboa guides. For group bookings of 16 or more people, contact us to arrange a private tour.

Please note that this Free Tour only takes place with a minimum of 4 adult participants.

How long does the Free Tour take?

In what language is the Free Tour?

The Free Tour lasts around 2h30. 

​The tour is exclusively in English.​

What's included in the tour?

What's not included in the tour?

The tour includes a local English-speaking guide expert in our history and ready to give you great tips to make your stay in Lisbon unforgettable.

The tour does not include transportation, entrance to monuments or meals.

How do I book the Free Tour?

You can book your Free Tour by clicking the Book Now button on this page, then choose the date and complete the booking form. You will receive your confirmation immediately. If you have any difficulties please contact us by email, phone or Whatsapp:

[email protected]  | +351 914 059 080

Is booking mandatory?

​Booking is usually not mandatory you can just show up at our meeting point and join the Free Tour. Although it is recommended especially during public holidays and festivities, at such dates you should book as soon as possible to guarantee availability.

How do I get my ticket?

​Once you book the Free Tour a Booking Confirmation is sent by email. If you do not receive the confirmation email check your spam or contact us.

You do not need to print the confirmation, you can present it to our team on your phone/tablet at the beginning of the Free Tour.

Is the Free Tour accessible?

No. This Free Tour is not recommended for people with reduced mobility.

Meeting Point

logo discover lisbon round

Why book with us?

free guide tour lisbon

Lisbon Walking Tours & Pub Crawls

We hope you love lisbon as much as we do explore lisbon on foot: join our free walking tours , alfama free tour.

Let us take you on a journey as we time travel through the narrow old streets of Alfama, where we will learn the magnificent history of Lisbon & Portugal. Join the best Alfama Free Tour in Lisbon!

Tapas Food Tour

Have you ever wondered what is Lisbon food? What does Lisbon street food look like? Come and discover with us in a Lisbon food tour how the locals eat. Portuguese cuisine is unlike any other!

Fado Show Tour

Experience Fado, the music genre truly born within the soul of the Portuguese people. Come find out why Fado music is a Unesco world heritage!

Lisbon Pub Crawl

A legendary night out on the town, bar hopping through local bars, playing drinking games and meeting locals and travellers from all over the world. Oh and did we mention open bar of beer and sangria is included?

free guide tour lisbon

Founded by locals, with love.

Proudly home of the best Free Tour in Lisbon

We are a local tour operator from Lisbon, Portugal, focused on providing Free Walking Tours, Must Do Tours and also Private tours, highly rated in TripAdvisor!

We believe there is no better way for you to visit our colourful city than to walk through its characteristic neighbourhoods with one of our expert local guides, who will reveal you every secret of the city while enjoying its breathtaking skylines and meeting fellow travellers!

We want to offer you the best free tour in Lisbon, with our official guides that will tell you everything about its history, curiosities, legends, tales and, of course, the famous monuments of the city of Lisbon.

On our Must Do Tours you can visit iconic places in Lisbon, like Belém, where you will be able to know so much more about the golden age of Portugal during the discoveries, and Sintra, where you will hear some of the most iconic and mystical stories about this beautiful village! Also, we can give you an authentic experience discovering the Portuguese culture of Fado music, born right here in Lisbon and a taste of traditional Portuguese cuisine on our Tapas tour.

What our clients are saying about us

on Tripadvisor

“A very immersive way to bring you in the old part of Lisbon. I had a very good time due to the good environment built with the group.

Very useful to do the first day you arrive in the city as its full of tips and suggestions.”

Ajaz_anafino.

On trip advisor

“Really good. Interesting and enjoyable tour and very friendly guide who took time to show & explain things in a nice way.”

“tour guide & group were excellent this tapas food experience was a great way to learn about food & the evolving culture of lisbon, highly recommended.”, “such a fun experience highly recommend to the solo travelers. i met amazing people. our tour guide made sure we all had fun”, “entertaining & informative tour in lisbon, felt like seeing the city with a friend. interesting info and beautiful viewpoints. also loved the history of fado and the tapas experience”, “had a great experience meeting new people and learning the history behind fado and wines of lisbon the food, the viewpoints, the walking tour – everything was fun”, ana_filimonova, “overall good experience, free walking tour is amazing, i’d recommend it without any doubts.”, victoria_daguerre, “very instructive experience. our polyglot guide was able to captivate us during the whole visit.”, emma_plantin, “a great visit with a lot of clear explanations and useful tips. i would recommend without hesitation”, nicola_sean, “the fado show was professional & intriguing to say the least, the food was good and the guide was very knowledgeable. an entertaining and informative evening out in lisbon”.

Blue Emotion Tours

Free Lisbon Tour

Inicio » Blog » Free Lisbon Tour

Are you planning to visit the Portuguese capital and want to make the most of your time to see a lot of things? We recommend that you sign up for one of the free tour of Lisbon we have prepared for you. You will enjoy the most emblematic places, the city’s architecture and its gastronomy. We explain how they work.

What to see on a free tour of Lisbon?

Joining our free tour of Lisbon helps you to get to know some of the most emblematic corners of the city. A guide accompanies you at all times and shows you some of the most remarkable neighbourhoods, monuments and buildings.

Among the many options we offer you is that of getting to know the Bica lift , a funicular that transports its passengers up a steep street leading to the Barrio Alto. Once there you will walk through some of the most beautiful streets of the city.

Another of the visits is that of The Viewpoint of San Pedro de Alcántara , which offers the best views of the city. From this garden area you can have a unique perspective of Lisbon. You will also enjoy a spectacular panorama with the St. George’s Castle and the Tagus River in the background .

The Plaza del Comercio or Town Hall are another must-see when visiting Lisbon. They are part of the city’s history and have witnessed important historical events. Nearby are also the Largo de Corpo Santo, Largo de Sao Paulo and Pink Street , named after the colour of the soil and known for its stories of spies during World War II.

Another stop allows you to see the famous Santa Justa Lift or Carmo Lift . This lift connects two neighbourhoods, Baixa Pombalina and Chiado. It was built between 1900 and 1902 and is 42 metres high. It has a striking iron structure and wooden cladding inside.

What does a free tour of Lisbon offer?

Take a tour of Lisboa gratis con Blue Emotion Tours is an unforgettable experience. The walk takes just over two hours. At this time you will get to know many of the city’s must-see places . In addition, an official guide will reveal the history and interesting details of every corner.

All explanations are given in Spanish , so you will have no problem understanding what is being said at any given moment. They will tell you about the before and after of the city, as well as some of the important historical moments that took place in its streets. Visit our website and find out more about our routes, timetables and meeting points.

  • Fecha de publicación: 6 de April, 2020

free guide tour lisbon

10 tips for getting to know Lisbon in depth during your trip

Free tour por lisboa-Blue emotion

Best free tour of Lisbon

Tour blue emotion lisboa

Guided tour of Lisbon

Subscribe to our newsletter and don't miss out on any offers.

Discover all that Lisbon has to offer you.

free guide tour lisbon

Information

TripAdvisor

© 2024 Blueemotion Tours by Coodex.es

free guide tour lisbon

Free Walking Tour of Lisbon

  • 9.60 / 10 59,904 reviews | 396,096 travellers Lisbon center and the KIKE guide 10 Javier

Join us on a free walking tour of Lisbon  to take an insightful journey through the most iconic spots in the Portuguese capital.  Immerse yourself in the city of Fado's vibrant   past and present .

Rosa dos Ventos, right by the Padrão dos Descobrimentos

Tour Highlights

  • Monumento al Calceteiro
  • San Roque Church
  • Santo Domingo Church
  • Praça Rossio
  • Jewish Memorial
  • Santa Justa elevator

Lisbon Walking Tour

Our free walking tour of Lisbon will start at the indicated time at the obelisk in Praça dos Restauradores . After a brief introduction to the Portuguese capital, we'll start our walk by the statue of the Monumento al Calceteiro , dedicated to the workers in charge of maintaining the Portuguese artistic pavement .

Afterwards, we'll continue our walk towards other gems of Lisbon's city centre, such as the San Roque Church  and the  Santo Domingo Church . As we stroll, we'll hear about how Lisbon was the scene of events that shook the whole country, like the 1755 earthquake  or the Carnation Revolution , which put an end to the reign of the 'New State' and its dictator Salazar. We'll get to see the remains left by these episodes of the past as we walk through areas steeped in history. Continuing on, our tour will take us to the famous  Praça Rossio , where we'll admire the monumental façade of its railway station and the  Jewish Memorial .

Next, we'll make our way to the area of the Convent do Carmo and the Santa Justa elevator . This famous lift dates all the way back to 1902! Then, we'll head towards the Chiado district. In this iconic area, we'll learn all about the famous figures of Portuguese literature:  Luís Vaz de Camões and Fernando Pessoa. These literary giants wrote about Portugal's role as one of the world's major powers.

While in Chiado, we'll also stop at the Bertrand shop , the oldest bookshop in the world . This landmark has even been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records !

Finally, we'll take a walk along Rua Augusta , where we'll pass under its emblematic monumental arch. After a journey of approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes, we'll conclude our walking tour of Lisbon in the central Praça do Comércio . See you next time!

Private Tours

This free tour doesn't admit groups of more than 6 people , even if they book the activity separately. If you're a large group, we recommend  checking out our private tour of Lisbon .

More Information

2 hours 45 minutes.

The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in English.

English–speaking guide

Not included

When to book.

You can book up to the start time, as long as there are places remaining. Book now to guarantee your spot.

Type of voucher

Electronic. Show the voucher on your phone.

Accessibility

Not wheelchair accessible.

Sustainability

All services published on Civitatis are carried out in accordance with our Sustainability Code .

Our providers commit to:

  • Provide a safe and satisfying experience.
  • Reduce, reuse, recycle.
  • Incorporate eco-conscious technologies.
  • Uphold fair employment standards.
  • Foster the growth of local communities.
  • Preserve the integrity of local culture.
  • Safeguard both cultural and environmental heritage.
  • Ensure ethical treatment of animals.
  • Operate with honesty and transparency.
  • Encourage sustainable behaviors among customers and staff.

This particular activity contributes as follows:

  • No printing of documentation required.

Take Oporto-Lisboa Show more

Corporate name: Take Traveller's Hub Unipessoal Lda.

Frequently asked questions

Q - Is it possible to borrow a wheelchair?

Q - How long is the free walking tour of Lisbon?

A - Our free walking tour of Lisbon lasts approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes.

Q - Why do this activity with Civitatis?

A - At Civitatis we guarantee the best quality and prices, click here if you want to know how we select our activities.

Q - How to book?

A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.

If you have any other questions please contact us.

Free cancellation

Meeting point, where does the activity end.

Obelisk Praça dos Restauradores

Praça do Comércio

You may also be interested in

Lisboa Card

Lisboa Card

Sintra, Cascais, Pena Palace & Quinta da Regaleira

Sintra, Cascais, Pena Palace & Quinta da Regaleira

On this excursion from Lisbon , we'll visit Sintra , Cascais , Pena Palace , and Quinta da Regaleira – the must-see places on your trip to Portugal!

Day trip to Óbidos, Fátima and Nazaré

Day trip to Óbidos, Fátima and Nazaré

free guide tour lisbon

This website uses cookies to improve your browsing experience and analyze the use of the website. Learn More

Company Logo - Home Link

Self-Guided Tour of Lisbon

free guide tour lisbon

This post is a self-guided walking tour of Lisbon, specifically the downtown area of Baixa, along with a map and audio option.

It covers some of the most interesting things to see when you visit this picturesque neighborhood in Lisbon.

Additionally, we have self-guided walking tours for Chiado/Alto Bairro , Alfama , and  Belém .

Everything listed here is part of Day 1 of our  3-day Lisbon itinerary .  

Self Guided Tour Baixa

Click on the map to expand or to download to a smartphone.

We also have free guided walking tours of Lisbon.

Lisbon Walking Tours

  What is Baixa?

In the heart of Lisbon lies the Baixa district.

This low area between two hills of the city was rebuilt after an earthquake and tsunami devastated the area in 1755. 

Today, Baixa, with its series of squares and classical avenues, is made up of restaurants, cafes, tourist-friendly shops, and art galleries, museums, and pedestrianized streets.

Map of Baixa Lisbon

HOW TO GET HERE

The district is rather long with several tram lines and Metro lines serving it. For simplicity's sake, we will focus on the starting point of this tour ( map ).

The closest Metro Station is Terreiro do Praco (Az).

Two other stations are within reasonable walks from the start, Baixa Chiao (Az) + (Vd), as well as, Cais do Sodré (Vd).

The following trams have stops nearby: Trams #28E, #15E, + #12E.

There are also numerous bus lines that service the area.

Cais do Sodré is a train station that connects the Baixa with Belem. If you are coming from that direction, there is also tram #18E. 

GPS-Enabled Audio Tour

We offer an audio tour of Bairro Alto/Chiado/Baixa, researched, written, and recorded by one of our own tour guides.

Here’s a sample.

  • Purchase an audio tour.
  • Get a confirmation email with .mp3, .pdf and embeddable Google Map
  • Enjoy the tour(s).

WARNING: The audio enters Baixa from the other end of this self-guided tour below.

You could also take part in one of the free walking tours that cover this area. 

1. Cais Das Colunas 

The beginning of the Baixa tour starts at the Cais das Colunas ( map ). 

This quay, named after the columns on its edge, was built in the late 1700s. The columns are said to represent wisdom and devotion. 

Cais Das Colunas Lisbon

It was through these columns that dignitaries would pass through on their way to the castle, including Queen Elizabeth in 1957.

2. Praça do Comércio

This plaza, in English known as the Square of Commerce, represents the wealth of Lisbon.

It was here that finances and trade, much of it coming from the sea, thrived. 

Praça do Comércio

This square, along with the entire area of Baixa, was destroyed in the great earthquake and tsunami of 1755 but has been rebuilt to show the resilience of Lisbon’s people.

The statue in the middle of the square celebrates King Jose I, the ruler who oversaw this rebuilding, with the horse trampling snakes at his feet. 

3. Lisboa Story Centre

The museum provides an audio and visual history of the city of Lisbon. 

In only 60 minutes one is taken back in time to visit key events in six areas of her history, areas that have shaped the city into what it is today.

Lisboa Story Centre

Hours: Every day from 10:00 to 20:00 (6 pm)

Tickets: 

  • €5 Students ages 16 and above
  • €3 Children ages 6-15
  • €0 Children ages 5 and under
  • €18 Families of 2 adults and 2 children
  • Group ticket pricing is also available. 

An audio guide is included in the price of each ticket. Learn more on the official website .

4. Arco da Rua Augusta

This stone arch, erected over 100 years after the earthquake, standing to the edge of the Praça do Comércio is a symbol of Lisbon’s recovery. 

Historical figures decorate the arch with those at the top representing Valor and Genius.

Arco da Rua Augusta

Visitors can ride an elevator most of the way to the top and then climb the rest of the way.

Here you’ll find amazing 360-degree views of the city. 

  • Hours : Every day from 10:00 to 20:00 (8 pm)
  • Tickets: around 3€ 

Tickets can also be purchased ahead of time here .

5. Museu do Dinheiro ( Money Museum )

This museum is housed in a former church.

Inside you’ll find displays covering the concept and evolution of money, a bank vault, a length of King Dinis’wall from the 13th century, samples of money from both the past and from around the world, money-making equipment, and more.  

Hours: 

  • Monday-Tuesday CLOSED
  • Wednesday-Sunday 10:00 to 18:00 (6:00 PM)

Tickets: free

The Design and Fashion Museum (MUDE) includes the works of hundreds of designers from around the world including such well-known icons as Charles Eames, Jean-Paul Gaultier, and Yves Saint Laurent. 

MUDA Lisbon

Everything from furnishings to jewelry to couture pieces can be found within its fashionable walls.

Hours:  Currently Closed for Renovations

Check out the official website for updates.

7. TRAM 28E

Delightful is a word sometimes used to describe Lisbon’s antique trams. Tram 28E winds its way through some of the most popular tourist areas. 

One sees the hills of Graca, then down to the old quarter Alfama, across the downtown area of Baixa, towards Estrela, and finally ending in Campo Ourique in the historic center of Lisbon.

This tram is used by locals but gets packed by tourists. Wait times can be long. 

  • Hours: 7:30-21:15 (9:15 PM)
  • Tickets: €2.50 - single

A better price can be found with a 24/48/72 hour public transport ticket that covers all buses and trams. To read more about concession cards, read our post here .

8. Núcleo Arqueológico da Rua dos Correeiros (Fundação Millennium BCP)

Known by the acronym NARC, this site is another that takes you through 2,500 years of Lisbon’s development. 

Beneath a bank lies the results of archeological excavations that took place in the 1990s including tanks belonging to a Roman fish sauce factory, ceramics, mosaic floors, Islamic ceramics, remnants of the earthquake disaster, and more. 

Núcleo Arqueológico da Rua dos Correeiros

  • Sunday: CLOSED
  • Monday-Saturday: 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-17:00 (2:00-5:00 PM)

Tickets:   Free Admission

Guided tours take 45 minutes to 1 hour.

Learn more at the official website .

9. Rua Augusta

Rua Augusta, a Moroccan tiled pedestrian walkway just off of Praça do Comércio, is surrounded by buildings that reflect the 18th-century Pombaline style of architecture. 

This style came with a number of at-the-time innovative systemizations in the way structures in Baixa was put up and the streets and walkways laid out.

Rua Augusta Lisbon

Most importantly, these buildings were constructed to prevent as much earthquake damage as possible, Baixa having been one of the most devastated areas after the 1755 quake and Tsunami. 

Due to the economic conditions of the time, the facades in this style are more austere with little way of decoration.

It was only in the late 18th century that a more eclectic style of Neoclassical and Romantic started to make an appearance, seen at the end of the street in the Arco da Rua Augusta.

10. Igreja de São Nicolau

Exquisite ornamentation is the best way to describe what you’ll find in this still-active religious site. 

This Catholic neo-classical/baroque church was built in 1762, replacing previous churches built on the same site. 

Igreja de São Nicolau lisbon

Here one finds colorful ceiling murals, jewelry ringed hanging lights, ironworks, St. Nicolas’ image in limestone, scrollwork, and stained glass. 

11. Santa Justa Lift

The most ornate, neo-Gothic elevator you have likely come across, the Santa Justa lift, now at over 100 years old, was built to transport folks from lower to upper Lisbon. 

The designer was a fan of Gustav Eiffel and sought to emulate the Eiffel Tower with this wrought iron structure.

One makes the trip in a wood-decorated elevator car, up to one of her two levels.

Hours :  7:00 to 22:45 (10:45 pm)

  • €5.15 Return on the elevator to the lower deck
  • €1.50 to travel on the elevator to the top deck unobstructed viewpoint

Concessions can be had with the Viva Day Pass or Lisboa Card . Get more information on the official website .

12. Praça Dom Pedro IV

The square is in the center of Lisbon, both in location and in the heart of locals. 

In the center sits a column dedicated to Pedro IV who briefly reigned over Portugal and then became the first ruler of what is now Brazil. 

The bottom of the columns holds allegorical figures representing Moderation, Strength, Justice, and Wisdom, all attributes the King was said to possess. 

Locals refer to the square as just “Rossio” (meaning common land). For 700 years a plaza has stood at this site, home to everything from bullfights to public executions. 

Today one will find famous cafes, restaurants, shops… and a dizzying tiled pattern, much like waves, said to pay tribute to the city’s seafaring past. 

Take Lisboa starts their free Alfama and Mouraria tour here and all of Live Lisbon Tours free tours begin from here as well. 

For an overview of all free walking tours in Lisbon, visit our post . 

13. Praça da Figueira

Another square near the center of Lisbon, Praça da Figueira (Fig Tree Square) is known for its open-air market.

Here you’ll find locals and tourists enjoying inexpensive drinks and traditional foods. 

Vendors sell bread, cheese, cured meats, wine, fruits, and various touristy items.

Rolls with ham and cheese, pasteis de nata, cakes, and fresh orange juice, can be found at  Mercado da Figueira, a bakery on the square that’s not to be missed.

Praça da Figueira

In a corner of the square stands a bronze statue of King John I astride a horse.

He served on the throne for 48 years, was celebrated for helping to preserve his country’s independence, and was known for his benevolence and wit.  

It’s a little run down and it can be hard to find a seat when it’s busy. But it’s said to have a worn charm to it. 

You’ll also find it a transportation hub and a place to pick up tuk-tuks, trams, and taxis. Tram 15E departs from here for Belem every 10-15 minutes.

You can also catch Tram 12E which heads up to Saint George’s Castle, which is an alternative to the more popular Tram 28E .

14. Igreja de São Domingos + Largo Sao Domingoes

Igreja de São Domingos is the largest church in Lisbon and one first dedicated in 1241. It sits on Largo Sao Domingos square. 

Here there have been royal marriages and christenings and other usual church activities. 

The church itself has withstood two earthquakes and a tidal wave, including the one that devastated most of Baixa.

A fire eventually destroyed the interior of the church in 1959, closing the church for almost 40 years.   

Today one finds the raw beauty of destroyed grandeur upon entrance.

The pillars holding up the roof are cracked and fire-scarred (one can still smell the odor of fire) and the plaster walls are damaged and peeling. 

Yet here, in a place bereft of the usual churchly perfection, one finds an intriguing mix of architectural styles and an atmosphere befitting such solemn grounds.

15. A Ginjinha

A Portuguese landmark, this small outdoor hole-in-the-wall shop is worth a visit. Here you’ll find Ginjinha, the traditional alcoholic drink of Portugal. 

For €1.4 you can have a shot of this cherry liquor (Cherries fermented in Brandy, sugar, water, and cinnamon), served with or without cherries on top. 

You’ll likely spot long lines although they move quickly. Read the reviews on its Yelp page .

16. The Estação do Rossio

This stunning train station, designed in the late 1880s, was built near and eventually named after one of Lisbon’s most popular squares, The Rossio. 

At the time it was considered a feat of modern engineering, with tunnels that connected national and international trains to the center of the city. 

Rossio Station Lisbon

The stunning facade is Neo-Manueline, often considered the most authentic Portuguese style. Elaborate stonework surrounds the windows.

Horseshoe-shaped entrances, with intricate carvings of maritime motifs, line the entrance walls along with cast iron windows, cast iron is a new material at the time of its construction.

A small turret and ornamental clock crown the top of the building. 

Trains leave often for Porto , Sintra , Rossio, and farther-flung locales. Ticket machines can be busy, so at peak times it’s best to make an early start.

17. Monumento aos Restauradores

This monument, an obelisk, commemorates Portugal's independence from Spain after 60 years of rule. 

Monumento aos Restauradores

It was built in the center of Praça dos Restauradores Square in 1886 and honors those soldiers who died during the various battles to restore sovereignty.

Statues symbolizing Independence and Victory are in this monument, one dedicated to the restorers of both.

18. Teatro Eden

Opened as a cinema for silent movies in 1931, this stunning example of art deco design is one not to be missed.

Teatro Eden

Although parts of the building were destroyed due to neglect and eventual renovation, the original facade remains.

19. Gloria Funicular

Designed by the same man who designed the Santa Justa Lift, these cable cars ferry city dwellers up the steep slopes of the city.

The Elevador da Gloria is the most popular of the cars and is often packed with tourists and locals. 

The tram climbs up past Graffiti painted walls, close to flats, quickly taking riders from Restauradores Square to one of the best spots in the city to get pictures. 

  • Tickets: € 3.70 each way.

20. Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara

Although one can walk from Restauradores Square up R. de Soar pedro de Alcantara, most chose to take the Gloria Funicular up the steep hill. 

At the top one finds a (well-reviewed) cafe, a garden with seating, statues, and one of the best views in Lisbon. 

From here you can see the castle, the ocean, and the red roofs of Lisbon dotted across the horizon. 

OTHER LISBON NEIGHBORHOOD GUIDES

  • Barrio Alto/Chiado

Choose a Destination... I want them all PLUS general travel tips. Amsterdam Berlin Boston Charleston Chicago Dubai Lisbon London Los Angeles Miami Nashville New York City New Orleans Paris Philadelphia Prague Rome San Francisco Washington DC

About The Author

free guide tour lisbon

Stephen Pickhardt

North america, united kingdom & ireland, middle east & india, asia & oceania.

The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog

The Perfect One Day in Lisbon Itinerary

Written By: The Planet D

Updated On: May 19, 2024

Welcome to Portugal’s coastal capital of Lisbon. Today, we are going to guide you through the ultimate one day in Lisbon itinerary, showing you the best this city has to offer in just one day.

If you’re staying in Lisbon longer, you will want to check out our other blog posts, 48 Hours in Lisbon , Where to Stay in Lisbon, and Best Day Trips from Lisbon . But for now, let’s get started with 1 day in Lisbon.

One Day in Lisbon Itinerary

one day in lisbon portugal

The first burning question that needs to be answered is, can you see Lisbon in just one day? While it is much more difficult to see everything in Lisbon than, say, Porto, it is possible to enjoy its highlights and top attractions in one very jam-packed 24 hours. So, we are going to show you the route that we think you should take.

one day in lisbon itinerary video

Belem Tower

Where to stay in Lisbon Belem Castle

Start your one-day trip to Lisbon in the Belem district with an early morning sunrise at Belem Tower. You can go inside Belem Tower, but it doesn’t open until 10 a.m., and the crowds are fierce. This attraction can be enjoyed from the outside, and you will feel fulfilled. If you go for sunrise, it will just be you and a few photographers capturing this UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of Portugal’s seven wonders.

It’s located directly on the Tagus River. This beautiful tower was built in 1515 to defend Lisbon from invaders coming in along the Tagus River.

Monument of Discoveries (Padrão dos Descobrimentos)

one day in lisbon portugal monument of discoveries

Leaving Belem Tower, it is just a short walk along the waterfront promenade to the Monument of Discoveries. Portugal was a land of explorers; the Padrão dos Descobrimentos is a tribute to Portugal’s legendary explorers. You can’t miss this monument as it towers over the Tagus River.

Standing 52 meters high, it is an impressive sight. It was built in the 20th century, but it is no less impressive. For a small fee, you can take an elevator up for views over the Tagus River, or you can walk up the stairs. It doesn’t open until 10 a.m., so we say to simply enjoy the views.

Make sure to stop and take a look at the Compass Rose adorning the square in front of the Monument of Discoveries. It was a gift from South Africa and pays tribute to Portugal’s journies in the 15th and 16th centuries. Within the design, look for a mermaid, Neptune, fave compass roses, and blowing faces.

If you really want to see the views of the Tagus, you can return and take the elevator directly after your stop at our next Lisbon attraction.

Jerónimos Monastery

one day in lisbon jeronimos monastery

Walking up from the waterfront, you will come across Jerónimos Monastery. This is the first stop that we suggest you go inside. Book your time entry ticket for the first entry of the day. After seeing Belem Tower and Padrão dos Descobrimentos, it should be the perfect time to enter Jerónimos Monastery, which opens at 10 am.

Jerónimos Monastery is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it too is one of Porugal’s seven wonders as it is a masterpiece of Manueline architecture. Its beautiful marble design is not to be missed. Inside, you’ll want to find the cloisters, the courtyards and gardens, and the chapel. The monastery also houses the tomb of Vasco da Gama, who was the first European to reach India by ship.

We suggest spending an hour here and then be on your way. Because remember, you only have one day in Lisbon, and when you get home, people will ask, “Did you see this?” “Did you see that?” and you can say, “Yes, I did!”

  • Upgrade to a Lisbon Card for free access to public transport and top attractions, including Jerónimos Monastery, Belém Tower, and more

Pateis de Bélem

one day in lisbon pasteis de belem

Continuing our journey through Belém, we see that it’s time for a snack break. You have been going since sunrise, and if you didn’t book a hotel with breakfast included (which we highly recommend because it saves money and time), you will be ready to eat.

Pasteis de Bélem is an icon of the city, and whether you are hungry or not, you must go inside to taste this famous Portuguese custard.

Besteis de Bélem is the original Pastel de Nata that you will eat throughout Portugal. The iconic Portuguese custard tart was started here at the Monastery when the nuns used egg whites to starch their habits. They had left-over yolks and didn’t know what to do with them, so they made a custard that they stuffed into pastries and sold to earn money for the Monastery. And thus, Pastel de Nata was born. Then, the Monastery was closed, and they gave the recipe to the bakery next door. They have been serving Pasteis de Belem ever since.

Don’t be afraid if you see a long line. The restaurant is huge, and the lines move quickly. We were inside within a few minutes.

Midday / Lunch

one day in lisbon mid-day

You can take the tram back to Placa Do Comercio (the main square located on the waterfront) from Belem and ride one of Lisbon’s historic trams while you make your way to its beautiful waterfront square. This gives you the opportunity to enjoy one of Lisbon’s top attractions – riding its iconic trams – while you make your way back to the old city.

You can hire an Uber, like we did. If you hire an Uber, have it drop you off at the Time Out Market, where you will be having lunch. If you take the tram, the Time Out Market is just a 15-minute walk from Comercio Square. Before you make your way to the market, you can check out the beautiful square and Rua Agusta Arch

one day in lisbon rua agusta

From Comercio Square walk to the Rua Agusta Arch towards the pedestrian street of Rua Agusta. Rua Agusta is 6 blocks of shops, dining and energy with street performers entertaining customers as they eat their lunch.

Pull up a chair at one of the outdoor cafes to enjoy some authentic Portuguese food. This is a beautiful street that is not to be missed, and it is right in the heart of the city. Stroll along this street, taking in the sights and going into the Bacalau, Pasteis de Nata, and Portuguese cans stores.

Alfama District

one day in lisbon portugal alfama

The Alfama District is Lisbon’s oldest neighborhood and a good place to round off the rest of the afternoon. If you want to walk, it is just 5-10 minutes from Rua Agusta to the start of your walking tour of Alfama. It is here that you’ll really feel the history of Lisbon as you wander its narrow streets.

Lisbon Cathedral

one day in lisbon portugal lisbon cathedral

Start your time in Alfama at the Lisbon Cathedral. It is the oldest church in the city, dating back to the 12th century. You can go inside for free, but to see its cloisters, there is a small fee of about €2

Miradouro das Portas do Sol

one day in lisbon itinerary portas do sol

Portas do Sol is the next stop, a short walk uphill. This is one of the most popular Miradouros in Lisbon, as it looks out over the river and city. See the terracotta rooftops that feels as if you are overlooking a Meditteranean village cascading into the sea.

It is located on a large balcony, offering plenty of room to take in the panoramic view. Things to keep an eye out for is the Monastery of St. Vincen and the National Pantheon.

one day in lisbon portugal tram 28

From Portas do Sol, you can hop on Tram 28. No trip to Lisbon would be complete without getting on one of its historic trams, and Tram 28 is iconic. Tram 28 replaced the original horse-drawn carriages in 1914. Lisbon is known as the city of hills, and these trams help locals travel through its steep hills. Tram 28 is a 7m route that takes you through the popular tourist districts of Lisbon, Graca, Alfama, Baixa, Chiado, Santa Catarina & Estrela.

It takes 50 minutes to ride the entire route, but we suggest using it as a form of public transport instead. If you only want to take it a couple of stops, you can hire an Uber. The tram runs until 10 or 11 pm (depending on the season), so you can always hop back later to see everything.

Miradouro da Senhora do Monte

one day in lisbon miradouro senorha du monte

From Portas do Sol, Tram 28 will take you next to the Monastery of St. George, where you can hop off to explore inside, or you can simply enjoy the view and wait for your next stop, the Miradouro da Senhora do Monte. Time is probably getting tight now, so you may want to skip it and head directly to Miradouro da Senhora do Monte.

This is the highest point in Lisbon and is worth stopping for an overhead view of the city.

Castelo de São Jorge

one day in lisbon st george's castle

Take a walk along the castle’s ancient walls and enjoy the incredible views of the city from high above. Castelo de São Jorge is open until 9 pm in the summer and is a great spot for sunset.

You’ll have access to its gardens and can join a guided tour. There is a museum inside that is free to enter, and of course, the castle walls and views of the city are beautiful. This site is a significant historic destination, with settlements dating back to the 7th century BC.

Evening/Dinner

One day in Lisbon Gin Lovers Bar

To round your one day itinerary in Lisbon, make your way to Barrio Alto. This is the place for nightlife in Lisbon, and there are several choices for dinner in Bairro Alto. We loved the Gin Lover’s Bar in Barrio Alto. We had a cocktail here before enjoying a delicious meal on the outdoor terrace.

Lisbon nighlife Fado Music

After dinner, you have a few choices: you can enjoy the nightlife of Bairro Alto, go bar hopping, and search for some Fado performers. If you really want to see a Fado show, we recommend booking an organized performance in advance here . This highly rated tour .

Exploring lisbon streets and miradouros

Well, that was a busy one day in Lisbon, Portugal! From historic landmarks to vibrant neighborhoods and stunning views from its miradouros, we’ve shown you how to make the most of your day AND night in this stunning city. If you are spending more time in Lisbon, check out our post 48 Hours in Lisbon, Itinerary

For even more top sights, the best places to eat, and the most efficient ways to navigate Lisbon, check out our blog The Best Things to Do in Lisbon .

Plan Your Next Trip tp PortugalWith Our Help

  • Ultimate Guide to Planning Your Sintra Day Trip from Lisbon: Tips & Itinerary
  • Is Portugal Expensive To Visit? Travel Costs And Budgets
  • 14 Best Things to Do in Sintra, Portugal
  • 19 Fun and Interesting Facts About Portugal You Should Know

Travel Planning Resources

Looking to book your next trip? Why not use these resources that are tried and tested by yours truly.

Flights: Start planning your trip by finding the best flight deals on Skyscanner

Book your Hotel: Find the best prices on hotels with these two providers. If you are located in Europe use Booking.com and if you are anywhere else use TripAdvisor

Find Apartment Rentals: You will find the cheapest prices on apartment rentals with VRBO . 

Travel Insurance: Don't leave home without it. Here is what we recommend:

  • Allianz - Occasional Travelers.
  • Medjet - Global air medical transport and travel security.

Need more help planning your trip? Make sure to check out our Resources Page where we highlight all the great companies that we trust when we are traveling.

You May Also Like

Where to Stay in Algarve: 5 Best Areas To Stay In 2024

Where to Stay in Algarve: 5 Best Areas To Stay In 2024

The Perfect One Day in Porto Itinerary for 2024

The Perfect One Day in Porto Itinerary for 2024

Ultimate Guide to Planning Your Sintra Day Trip from Lisbon: Tips & Itinerary

Ultimate Guide to Planning Your Sintra Day Trip from Lisbon: Tips & Itinerary

About The Planet D

Dave Bouskill and Debra Corbeil are the owners and founders of The Planet D. After traveling to 115 countries, on all 7 continents over the past 13 years they have become one of the foremost experts in travel. Being recognized as top travel bloggers and influencers by the likes of Forbes Magazine , the Society of American Travel Writers and USA Today has allowed them to become leaders in their field.

Join thousands of others who get our monthly updates!

Leave a comment cancel reply.

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

  • 7 days in Portugal — 5 travel itineraries

Book your individual trip , stress-free with local travel experts

Select Month

  • roughguides.com
  • itineraries
  • 7-days-in-portugal-itinerary
  • Travel guide
  • Itineraries
  • Local Experts
  • Travel Advice
  • Accommodation

Plan your tailor-made trip with a local expert

Book securely with money-back guarantee

Travel stress-free with local assistance and 24/7 support

Just wanted to express my thanks to Joel and Rough Guides for a wonderful trip! Everything was well-chosen and we just loved all of the hotels, sightseeing...

Thinking of visiting Portugal but don’t have time to plan your trip? Read on to find out about five travel itineraries that’ll see you enjoy 7 days in Portugal in immersive style. From uncovering culture and cuisine in a duo of stunning cities, to a 7-day itinerary in Portugal that’ll see you discover the Douro Valley in style, there’s something here for every taste.

Itinerary #1: from Lisbon to Porto

Itinerary #2: real algarvian experience, itinerary #3: discover the douro valley, itinerary #4: porto and galicia.

  • Itinerary #5: Porto's Hidden Gems

Is 7 days enough for Portugal?

Travel ideas for portugal, created by local experts.

Iberian Blend - Porto and Galicia

7 days  / from 3090 USD

Iberian Blend - Porto and Galicia

Neighbour countries - Portugal and Spain, different and similar at the same time, will surprise you with hospitality and loveliness. This itinerary includes the route of the Northwest part of Iberian Peninsula and offers you to meet beautiful Porto and stunning Vigo in Galicia/Spain.

The Real Algarvian Experience

7 days  / from 3047 USD

The Real Algarvian Experience

Experience and discover the real Algarve – taste local produce, drinks and traditional dishes, visit heritage sites and participate in culinary activities. If you are passionate about the people’s culture and gastronomy and want to learn more, this itinerary is for you.

A self drive to Portugal's North and Center

11 days  / from 1744 USD

A self drive to Portugal's North and Center

Starting in fascinating Lisbon, this trip allows you to discover Portugal both on your own as well as with guided tours. Driving further up north you'll explore Coimbra and Porto before heading to the Douro Valley and Alentejo.

Many first-time visitors to Portugal find themselves pondering the same question: Porto or Lisbon — which should I visit first ? 

Rather than wracking your brain over this conundrum, how about taking a trip that takes in the best of both cities on a thoughtfully curated 7 day itinerary in Portugal? 

Your experience begins in Lisbon , when you’ll be met at the airport by your local guide. After settling into your hotel, the rest of day one is yours to explore at leisure.

Come day two , you’ll embark on a private half-day tour of the city, seeing celebrated attractions like Liberty Avenue, Lisbon Cathedral, the Roman theatre ruins and Belem — a delightful district that boasts a bounty of cafés.

After dusk, you’ll experience the soulful passion of a traditional Fado show while dining on Lisbon’s notable local dishes. 

Next, a post-dinner evening stroll will serve atmospheric views of Geronimos Monastery and Belem’s 16 th -century tower.

Day three will see you venture further afield to explore scenic sites along Lisbon’s coastline. These include Sintra — replete with its palaces, Roman retreat and ravines — and Cabo de Roca, the most westerly point of continental Europe.

Porto awaits on day four , with a stop at the Serra de Bussaco Mountain Range to take in the forested surroundings and Carmelite Monastery.

After enjoying a walking tour of the medieval-meets-modern city on day five , you can spend day six further exploring the city. 

Don’t miss meandering the riverside bairro of Ribeira – a UNESCO World Heritage Site that’s stacked with waterfront cafés — or enjoying a cruise on the Douro.

On day seven , you’ll be transported to Porto airport. Book this trip .

25th of April Bridge and lisbon skyline © Richie Chan/Shutterstock

 This 7 day itinerary in Portugal will see you explore Lisbon (pictured) and Porto © Richie Chan/Shutterstock

Itinerary overview

Day one — welcome to Lisbon

  • Arrive in Lisbon; leisure time in the afternoon.
  • Overnight in Lisbon.
  • Half-day tour of Lisbon; Fado show with dinner and evening stroll.
  • Explore scenic sites along Lisbon’s coastline, including Sintra and Cabo de Roca
  • Transfer to Porto via the Serra de Bussaco Mountain Range.
  • Overnight in Porto.
  • Tour of Porto.
  • Free time to explore Porto at your leisure.

Day seven — goodbye Porto

  • Return to Porto airport.

Porto, Portugal, Riberia old town cityscape and the Douro River with traditional Rabelo boats © Michal Ludwiczak/Shutterstock

Porto, Portugal  © Michal Ludwiczak/Shutterstock

If you love authentic trips that deliver hands-on food experiences, along with the chance to discover truly beautiful beaches and islands, our Real Algarve 7-day itinerary in Portugal is sure to whet your appetite. 

You’ll be based in the charming fishing village of Olhão for the duration of this trip. On arrival, you’ll have time to get your bearings on the afternoon of day one . 

Day two will see you take a private tour of town to discover Olhão’s history and culture. Be sure to stop off in a traditional tasca tapas restaurant to taste Algarvian dishes and wines alongside visiting the fish and fruit markets.

Next, a cruise to the islands of the Ria Formosa lagoons delivers sublime scenery on day three . With your boat skippered by a local, you’ll also get to eat fresh seafood and learn about local flora and fauna.

Day four is all about food, glorious, food! In the morning, you’ll visit a local olive farm, explore the grove, and taste several notable regional varieties of oil before lunching in Loulé.

Come the afternoon, you’ll take a hands-on sweet workshop and discover pastry chef secrets.

Further hands-on foodie experiences will be enjoyed on day five courtesy of a market-to-table cooking class. 

Your own private chef and tutor will take you to Faro’s markets to select fresh produce before showing you how to create cataplana , a traditional Algarvian seafood dish. 

Day six is yours to chill before your day seven  departure. Alternatively, you could use your last day to go on a catamaran cruise to see secret caves or dolphins, or enjoy a wine-tasting experience.   Book this trip .

Traditional portuguese town of Olhao, Algarve, Portugal © S-Studio/Shutterstock

Olhao, Algarve, Portugal © S-Studio/Shutterstock

Day one — welcome to Portugal

  • Check into your Olhão hotel.
  • Overnight in Olhão.
  • Tour town and eat in a traditional restaurant.
  • Boat trip to the Ria Formosa lagoons.
  • Visit a local olive farm; lunch in Loulé; take a sweet workshop.
  • Market-to-table cooking class in Faro.
  • Day of leisure, or take a catamaran cruise or wine-tasting experience.
  • Depart Portugal.

Making Portuguese the codfish cake in Lisbon © Shutterstock

Our Real Algarve itinerary features hands-on cookery classes © Shutterstock

From world-class wine, to gentle walks on the wild side, this Discover the Douro Valley 7 day itinerary in Portugal is one for folks to love to combine the finer things in life with rural charm.

After landing in Porto, day one will see you transfer to romantic Amarante and check-into the luxurious Casa da Calvada Relais and Chateaux.

Spend the afternoon exploring town — don’t miss stopping off in one of its riverside cafés — before dining in Casa da Calvada’s Michelin restaurant. 

On day two , you’ll take a private excursion to Braga and Guimaraes — both historic, picturesque pearls of Minho — rounded off with a stop in beautiful Barcelos. Here you'll visit the Romanesque Bridge and archaeological museum before returning to Amarante.

Day three invites you to discover the Douro Valley on a scenic cruise from Regua. After soaking up the scenery of vineyard-flanked mountains, you’ll visit an 18 th -century palace to taste wine, before moving to enjoy more wine-based activities in a luxurious 19 th -century manor.

You can take your pick from trekking local villages or enjoying a fruit-picking experience on day four , with more wine-tasting opportunities on hand, too. 

On day six , you’ll transfer to Porto and tour its mix of medieval and modern attractions, with day seven  free for you to further explore the city before your departure.   Book this trip .

vineyards-valley-river-douro-portugal-shutterstock_161189531

Douro Valley vineyards © Shutterstock

Day one 

  • Arrive in Porto, transfer to Amarante.
  • Overnight in Casa da Calvada Relais and Chateaux, Amarante.
  • Private excursion to Braga, Guimaraes and Barcelos.
  • Overnight in Amarante.
  • Cruise from Regua; wine tastings in an 18th-century palace and 19th-century manor.
  • Explore the Douro Valley through trekking, fruit-picking experiences or wine-tastings.
  • Transfer to Porto, take a private city tour.
  • Day of leisure in Porto.
  • Depart Porto.

Traditional boats on the Douro River

Traditional boats on the Douro River © Shutterstock

If you fancy immersing yourself in two countries — Portugal and Spain — along with enjoying a spot of adventure, this 7-day Porto and Galicia itinerary is a great option.

The trip kicks-off when you arrive in Porto on day one, with an immersive private walking tour in store on day two . During this, you’ll explore its UNESCO-designated treasures and take a deep dive into its ancient riverside neighbourhood. 

Day three offers an opportunity to unleash your inner adventurer by climbing the incredible Arrabida Bridge. Exhilarating, and offering epic views, it’s likely to be an experience you’ll never forget.

Spain’s glorious Galicia region awaits on day four, when you’ll take a train to Vigo . After soaking up views of the Atlantic coastline en route, you’ll be met by your private guide and transported to your hotel. 

On day five , Vigo’s traditions and diverse heritage will be revealed on a tour of the old city and fishing port — the largest in Europe. Be sure to taste local seafood specialties after checking out catches of the day.  

Day six offers opportunities to further explore Vigo at your leisure before your day seven departure. For example, you could take a trip to the Cien Islands, part of the Atlantic Island National Park. Book this trip .

The Illas Cies beach in Vigo, Spain © Shutterstock

Illas Cies beach, Vigo, Spain © Shutterstock

  • Arrive in Porto.
  • Private tour of Porto.
  • Climb Arrabida Bridge.
  • Train to Vigo, Galicia.
  • Overnight in Vigo.
  • Tour Vigo old town and fishing port.
  • Day of leisure in Vigo, or take a trip to the Cien Islands.

Day seven — goodbye Galicia

  • Transfer to the airport.

Arrabida-portugal-shutterstock_516330112

Arrabida, Portugal © Shutterstock

Itinerary #5: Porto's Hidden Gems

If you’re the kind of traveller who likes to get off the tourist trail , but don’t want to compromise on comfort, this 7-day itinerary covering Porto's hidden gems might just be your perfect cup of tea (read: glass of port).

Mainly based in Porto, it’ll see you stay in exclusive accommodation and enjoy the region’s top cultural experiences — from taking wine tours and private cooking classes, to enjoying a luxurious river cruise to the Douro Valley.

On arrival in Porto on day one , you’ll check into the Yeatman Hotel — a luxurious wine hotel and spa that’s renowned as being the best in Porto.

Day two will be devoted to a private port wine tasting experience to discover the history of port wine and its production process, alongside tasting classic vintage ports. 

Foodies will be in their element on day three , thanks to a market tour and hands-on cookery class led by a notable local chef. 

The delights of the Douro Valley are yours to absorb on day four when you’ll take a river cruise, visit the Douro Valley Heritage Site and taste 8+ varieties of local wine at three quintas (wineries).

Come the afternoon, you’ll continue your cruise to Pinhão and enjoy cocktails and a sumptuous dining experience at Vintage House Hotel — your home for the night.

After a morning of leisure exploring the hotel grounds — it has an outdoor pool and stunning views over the Douro River — you’ll return to Porto on day five , driven by a private chauffeur.

The luxury keeps coming on day six , when you’ll be treated to a divine vinotherapy spa experience at your hotel, with your private chauffeur ready to take you to the airport in style on day seven . Book this trip .

Traditional historic facade in Porto decorated with blue tiles azulejos of Carmo Church (Igreja do Carmo) with azulejos in Porto, Portugal © leonori/Shutterstock

Carmo Church, Porto, Portugal © leonori/Shutterstock

  • Overnight in the Yeatman Hotel, Porto.
  • Private port wine tasting experience.
  • Market tour and hands-on cookery class.
  • Douro Valley cruise and wine tastings.
  • Overnight in Pinhão.
  • Morning in Pinhão.; afternoon transfer back to Porto.
  • Vinotherapy spa experience.
  • Private chauffeur transfer to the airport.

Old town in Albufeira, Algarve, Portugal © Shutterstock

Albufeira old town, the Algarve, Portugal © Shutterstock

We’re not going to lie — if you have more time, we suggest considering spending 10 days in Portugal to take in more of its diverse delights. 

But, as should be apparent from the five seven-day Portugal itineraries detailed above, it’s perfectly possible to pack a lot into seven days.

That’s especially the case if you spend time planning your trip carefully, or else enlist the help of a local expert to take the hassle out of planning, and deliver travel experiences that are personalised to your needs.

Overall, seven days will give you a tantalising taste of Portugal’s culture, cuisine and beautiful landscapes, though a longer stay would allow for a more in-depth exploration of each region.

In the market for more Portugal inspiration? Read up on the best things to do in Portugal , and browse all our customisable Portugal itineraries .

The Rough Guides to Portugal and related travel guides

In-depth, easy-to-use travel guides filled with expert advice.

Pocket Rough Guide Porto

Travel advice for Portugal

From travel safety to visa requirements, discover the best tips for traveling to Portugal

  • Eating and drinking in Portugal
  • How to get to Portugal
  • Getting around Portugal: Transportation Tips
  • Shopping tips for Portugal
  • Travel Tips Portugal for planning and on the go
  • Best time to visit Portugal

Find even more inspiration here

Porto Ribeira, traditional facades, old multi-colored houses with red roof tiles on the embankment in the city of Porto, Portugal

  • Douro Valley
  • Travel Tips

Joanne Owen

written by Joanne Owen

updated 14.05.2024

facebook

Joanne is a Pembrokeshire-born writer with a passion for the nature, cultures and histories of the Caribbean region, especially Dominica. Also passionate about inspiring a love of adventure in young people, she’s the author of several books for children and young adults, hosts international writing workshops, and has written articles on the Caribbean and inspirational community initiatives for Rough Guides. Follow her @JoanneOwen on Twitter and @joanneowenwrites on Instagram.

Ready to travel and discover Portugal?

Get support from our local experts for stress-free planning & worry-free travels.

  • Where to stay
  • Travel advice
  • Destinations
  • Tours in Lisbon

Free Tour of Lisbon: Essential History & Fun Facts - Free Tastings

Free Tour of Lisbon: Essential History & Fun Facts - Free Tastings Portugal — #1

Overview of the tour in Lisbon

Tours Of My Life, offering pay-what-you-wish Lisbon walking tours. We show you the history and the exciting stories of Lisbon with the best guides in town and after, you will determine what a tour was worth. With The Most Entertaining and Passionate Local Guides, you’ll get to know: * The historical neighborhoods of Bairro Alto, Chiado, Baixa (Downtown), and Alfama * The essential history of Portugal throughout the streets of Lisbon * Fun facts about the Portuguese people, their culture, and their habits * Great sightseeing spots * A lot of smart tips to make the most of your vacation in Lisbon And * Free Tasting of the best Pastel de Nata (Portuguese Custard Tart) in Lisbon Our brand name raises expectations, and so we strive on every tour to give you truly the tour of your life. From 0€ (pay-what-you-wish, you determine what a tour was worth, i.e.: 10€, 15€, 20€, …) Tours Of My Life is Officially Licensed by Turismo de Portugal (national tourism office).

This activity includes:

  • Santa Justa Lift
  • Carmo Convent
  • The 1506 Jewish Massacre Memorial
  • Bairro Alto
  • Ancient Boundaries of Lisbon
  • Roman and Barbarian Invasions
  • The Age of Discovery
  • Salazar Dictatorship
  • Carnation Revolution
  • Lisbon City of Spies in World War II
  • Classic Stores and Coffees
  • Portuguese Inquisition
  • Baixa Pombalina (Downtown)
  • The Great Earthquake of 1755
  • The Monarchy and The Republic
  • Portugal’s Moorish Legacy

Meeting point

Praça Luís de Camões, Lisbon

Meeting Point/Starting Point is in Praça Luís de Camões. When you arrive just look for the team with the Black Umbrellas saying "Tours Of My Life" in yellow letters (and saying "Free Tours" in white). Please try to be at the starting point 15 minutes prior to the time of the tour. Our starting point is very accessible by foot, by Metro (at 100mts/110yd the Baixa Chiado station - with the green or blue line | at 500mt/550yd the Cais do Sodré station – with the green line), by Bus (at 500mt/550yd the Cais do Sodré station), by Train (at 700mt/760yd the Rossio Station | at 500mt/550yd the Cais do Sodré station) or by Tram (Tram 28E stops right in the Largo de Camões square);

Things to note

We recommend that you use comfortable shoes good for walking through the hills of Lisbon, nonslippery shoes suitable for the limestone that can be found in most of the streets of the Portuguese capital. Most of the year, we also recommend that you use sunscreen. Besides the shoes and sunscreen no further special recommendations although the good spirit is always a good “thing” to bring on a walking tour.

Free Cancellation

You are free to cancel a booking anytime. We kindly remind you to cancel bookings you cannot arrive for. Being reported as absent decreases your customer level points and the benefits you can enjoy.

Verified and Trusted by TripAdvisor

  • Join Freetour
  • Provider Sign In
  • Affiliate Program
  • Security & Privacy
  • Terms & Legal
  • Cookie policy
  • Freetour Awards
  • Ratings & Reviews powered by

free guide tour lisbon

Enjoy fast, free delivery, exclusive deals, and award-winning movies & TV shows with Prime Try Prime and start saving today with fast, free delivery

Amazon Prime includes:

Fast, FREE Delivery is available to Prime members. To join, select "Try Amazon Prime and start saving today with Fast, FREE Delivery" below the Add to Cart button.

  • Cardmembers earn 5% Back at Amazon.com with a Prime Credit Card.
  • Unlimited Free Two-Day Delivery
  • Streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows with limited ads on Prime Video.
  • A Kindle book to borrow for free each month - with no due dates
  • Listen to over 2 million songs and hundreds of playlists
  • Unlimited photo storage with anywhere access

Important:  Your credit card will NOT be charged when you start your free trial or if you cancel during the trial period. If you're happy with Amazon Prime, do nothing. At the end of the free trial, your membership will automatically upgrade to a monthly membership.

Kindle app logo image

Download the free Kindle app and start reading Kindle books instantly on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required .

Read instantly on your browser with Kindle for Web.

Using your mobile phone camera - scan the code below and download the Kindle app.

QR code to download the Kindle App

Image Unavailable

LISBON TRAVEL GUIDE 2024: Unveiling the Charms of Lisbon: Your Ultimate Companion to Portugal's Enchanting Capital (Let's tour the world)

  • To view this video download Flash Player

free guide tour lisbon

LISBON TRAVEL GUIDE 2024: Unveiling the Charms of Lisbon: Your Ultimate Companion to Portugal's Enchanting Capital (Let's tour the world) Paperback – April 10, 2024

Purchase options and add-ons.

Are you ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure through the charming streets of Lisbon? Join bestselling author Bill Bryson as he takes you on a journey to uncover the hidden gems, tantalizing flavors, and rich history of Portugal's enchanting capital in "Unveiling the Charms of Lisbon: Your Ultimate Companion to Portugal's Enchanting Capital."

Have you ever dreamed of wandering through ancient alleyways, savoring mouthwatering pastéis de nata, and soaking in panoramic views of the Tagus River? Are you eager to explore Lisbon's vibrant neighborhoods, discover its storied past, and immerse yourself in its lively culture?

Step into the pages of this comprehensive travel guide and let Bill Bryson be your knowledgeable and entertaining guide to all that Lisbon has to offer. From the historic landmarks of Belém to the bustling streets of Baixa, Bryson's witty prose and expert insights will captivate your imagination and inspire your wanderlust.

In this book, you'll

- Discover insider tips and local secrets to make the most of your Lisbon adventure.

- Navigate the city like a pro with detailed maps, transportation guides, and neighborhood descriptions.

- Indulge your taste buds with recommendations for the best local cuisine, including must-try dishes and hidden culinary gems.

- Immerse yourself in Lisbon's vibrant culture with suggestions for cultural attractions, festivals, and events.

- Explore off-the-beaten-path destinations and unique experiences that only a seasoned traveler like Bryson can uncover.

- Plan your itinerary with ease using Bryson's expert advice on accommodations, activities, and day trips.

With "Unveiling the Charms of Lisbon" in hand, you'll have everything you need to create memories that will last a lifetime and experience the magic of Lisbon like never before.

So why wait? Pick up your copy of "Unveiling the Charms of Lisbon" today and let the adventure begin! Whether you're a first-time visitor or a seasoned traveler, this ultimate companion will be your passport to an unforgettable journey through the heart and soul of Portugal's captivating capital.

  • Book 19 of 31 Let's tour the world
  • Print length 136 pages
  • Language English
  • Publication date April 10, 2024
  • Dimensions 6 x 0.31 x 9 inches
  • ISBN-13 979-8322511113
  • See all details

The Amazon Book Review

Product details

  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0D1FZFF1Y
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Independently published (April 10, 2024)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 136 pages
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 979-8322511113
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 9.3 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6 x 0.31 x 9 inches
  • #91 in Lisbon Travel Guides
  • #267 in Beach Travel
  • #697 in Budget Travel Guides

Customer reviews

Customer Reviews, including Product Star Ratings help customers to learn more about the product and decide whether it is the right product for them.

To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzed reviews to verify trustworthiness.

No customer reviews

  • Amazon Newsletter
  • About Amazon
  • Accessibility
  • Sustainability
  • Press Center
  • Investor Relations
  • Amazon Devices
  • Amazon Science
  • Sell on Amazon
  • Sell apps on Amazon
  • Supply to Amazon
  • Protect & Build Your Brand
  • Become an Affiliate
  • Become a Delivery Driver
  • Start a Package Delivery Business
  • Advertise Your Products
  • Self-Publish with Us
  • Become an Amazon Hub Partner
  • › See More Ways to Make Money
  • Amazon Visa
  • Amazon Store Card
  • Amazon Secured Card
  • Amazon Business Card
  • Shop with Points
  • Credit Card Marketplace
  • Reload Your Balance
  • Amazon Currency Converter
  • Your Account
  • Your Orders
  • Shipping Rates & Policies
  • Amazon Prime
  • Returns & Replacements
  • Manage Your Content and Devices
  • Recalls and Product Safety Alerts
  • Conditions of Use
  • Privacy Notice
  • Consumer Health Data Privacy Disclosure
  • Your Ads Privacy Choices

A Guide To Traveling From Lisbon Airport: Tips And Advice

  • Last updated May 18, 2024
  • Difficulty Beginner

Karli Trujillo

  • Category Travel

how to travel from lisbon airport

Lisbon, the vibrant and captivating capital of Portugal, is a destination that captures the hearts of travelers from around the world. And for those who are fortunate enough to arrive via Lisbon Airport, the adventure begins from the moment they step off the plane. However, navigating an unfamiliar airport can sometimes be a daunting task, especially if you're a first-time visitor. That's why we've put together this comprehensive guide to help you make the most of your arrival experience at Lisbon Airport. From transportation options to useful tips and advice, we've got you covered. So sit back, relax, and let us be your guide as you embark on your journey in this beautiful city.

What You'll Learn

Airport transportation options in lisbon, taking public transportation from lisbon airport, using a taxi or ride-sharing service from lisbon airport, renting a car at lisbon airport.

quartzmountain

When arriving at Lisbon Airport, also known as Lisbon Portela Airport, there are several transportation options available to help you reach your destination in the city. From taxis and private transfers to public transportation, here are the various ways to travel from Lisbon Airport to the city center or any other location in Lisbon:

  • Taxi: Taxis are readily available at Lisbon Airport, and they provide a convenient and reliable way to reach your destination. The taxi ranks are located outside the arrivals area of both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. The taxis in Lisbon are equipped with meters, and the fares are regulated, so you can expect a fair price for your journey. It is always a good idea to confirm the fare with the driver before starting the journey.
  • Uber or other ride-sharing services: Uber and similar ride-sharing services are also popular in Lisbon. To use these services, you will need to download the respective app on your smartphone and request a ride. The Uber pick-up area is located outside the arrivals area of both terminals. Using ride-sharing services can be a cost-effective and convenient option, especially if you prefer to book and pay through a mobile app.
  • Aerobus: The Aerobus is a dedicated airport shuttle service that connects Lisbon Airport to various locations in the city. There are two available routes: Line 1 connects Lisbon Airport to the city center, specifically the Cais do Sodré and Marquês de Pombal squares, while Line 2 connects the airport to the financial district of Lisbon, known as the Parque das Nações. The Aerobus service operates frequently throughout the day, and tickets can be purchased on board or online.
  • Metro: Lisbon has a well-connected metro system, and the airport is conveniently located on the red line (linha vermelha). To reach the metro station from the airport, follow the signs to the Aerobus stop or Terminal 1, where you will find the entrance to the metro station. From there, you can take the metro to your desired location in the city. Metro tickets can be purchased at the automated ticket machines using cash or a contactless card.
  • Bus: If you prefer to take a regular bus, there are several options available from Lisbon Airport to different parts of the city. The bus stops are located in front of Terminal 1, and you can refer to the posted schedules and route information to choose the most suitable bus for your destination. Bus fares can be paid with cash or a contactless card upon boarding.
  • Private transfers: If you prefer a more personalized service, private transfers are also available from Lisbon Airport. These services usually involve pre-booking a private vehicle that will pick you up from the airport and take you directly to your destination. Private transfers can be a convenient option, especially if you have a lot of luggage or prefer a more comfortable and exclusive mode of transportation.

When planning your journey from Lisbon Airport, consider factors such as your budget, destination, and personal preferences. Each transportation option offers its own advantages, so choose the one that best suits your needs and enjoy your stay in Lisbon!

Exploring the Rules: Can Louisianians Travel to Florida?

You may want to see also

Lisbon Airport, also known as Lisbon Portela Airport, is the main international gateway to Portugal. Located just 7 kilometers from the city center, it is well-connected to the city and its surroundings through various transportation options. If you're looking to save money and explore Lisbon like a local, taking public transportation from Lisbon Airport is the way to go. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

  • Arriving at the airport: After you land at Lisbon Airport, follow the signs to the baggage claim area and collect your luggage. Once you have your belongings, proceed to the arrival hall.
  • Getting to the public transportation area: Exit the arrival hall and follow the signs indicating public transportation. You will find the area just outside the terminal building. There are clear signs and designated waiting areas for each mode of public transportation.
  • Metro: The easiest and most convenient way to get from Lisbon Airport to the city center is by taking the metro. Follow the signs to the metro station, which is located underground. Purchase a single fare ticket at the ticket machines or at the ticket counter. The metro line serving the airport is the red line (linha vermelha). Take the metro towards São Sebastião or Alameda and get off at the desired stop in the city center. The journey to the city center takes approximately 30 minutes.
  • Aerobus: Another option for getting from Lisbon Airport to the city center is by taking the Aerobus. This dedicated bus service operates between the airport and various locations in the city. Look for the designated Aerobus stop outside the terminal building. Purchase a ticket from the driver or use a contactless card. The Aerobus has several routes, so make sure to check which one best suits your destination. The bus is equipped with luggage storage compartments and offers free Wi-Fi onboard.
  • City buses: Lisbon has an extensive network of city buses that connect the airport to different parts of the city. Look for the bus stops located outside the terminal building. The bus lines serving the airport include 705, 722, 744, and 783, among others. Make sure to check the route and destination of the bus you intend to take.
  • Public taxis: If you prefer a more direct and personalized mode of transportation, you can take a public taxi from the airport. There are taxi ranks just outside the terminal building, and licensed taxis are readily available. Taxi fares in Lisbon are metered, and there may be additional charges for luggage and airport pick-up. It's always a good idea to confirm the fare with the driver before getting in.

Regardless of the public transportation option you choose, it's important to have some cash or a contactless card for purchasing tickets or paying for your journey. Additionally, consider purchasing a rechargeable public transportation card, such as the Lisboa Card, which offers unlimited travel on buses, trams, and metro lines for a specific period.

By taking public transportation from Lisbon Airport, you can save money, avoid traffic, and immerse yourself in the local culture. Enjoy your stay in Lisbon!

Traveling with a Knife in Checked Baggage: What You Need to Know

When you arrive at Lisbon Airport, there are several options available for getting into the city. One convenient and efficient way is to use a taxi or a ride-sharing service. Here's what you need to know about using these services:

Finding a taxi or ride-sharing service:

  • After you collect your luggage and exit the airport terminal, you will see a designated taxi pick-up area outside. Look for the official taxi service signs to ensure you're getting a licensed and regulated taxi.
  • For ride-sharing services like Uber or Bolt, you will need to download the respective app on your smartphone if you haven't already. Make sure you have a working internet connection.

Requesting a taxi or ride:

  • If you choose to take a taxi, simply head to the taxi queue and wait for your turn. The queue is well-organized, and airport staff will be there to assist you.
  • For ride-sharing services, open the app, enter your destination, and request a ride. The app will provide you with an estimated pick-up time and the fare, so you can decide if you want to proceed.

Travel time and cost:

  • The travel time from Lisbon Airport to the city center typically ranges from 15 to 30 minutes, depending on traffic conditions and your exact destination.
  • Taxis charge a flat rate for journeys between the airport and the city center, usually around 20-25 euros. However, be aware that additional charges may apply for extra luggage or traveling during nighttime or holidays.
  • Ride-sharing services often have dynamic pricing, which means the fare can vary depending on demand and the time of day. It's advisable to check the estimated fare in the app before confirming your ride.

Safety and convenience:

  • Taxis in Lisbon are generally safe and reliable. Ensure your taxi has a functioning meter, and keep an eye on it during your journey to ensure a fair fare.
  • Ride-sharing services also have safety measures in place, such as tracking your ride and sharing trip details with others.
  • Both taxis and ride-sharing services can drop you off directly at your desired destination, making them convenient options if you have specific accommodations or locations in mind.

Other considerations:

  • If you have large or bulky luggage, make sure to inform the taxi or ride-sharing service in advance or choose a vehicle option that can accommodate your needs.
  • It's a good idea to have the name and address of your destination written down or saved on your phone to show to the driver if there's a language barrier.

Understanding the Financial Logistics of Campaigns: Who Foots the Bill for Travel Costs?

When you arrive at Lisbon Airport, also known as Lisbon Portela Airport, renting a car is a great option for exploring the beautiful city and its surroundings at your own pace. With several car rental companies located at the airport, the process is convenient and hassle-free. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to rent a car at Lisbon Airport.

Arrival at the Airport

After you have collected your luggage and cleared customs, proceed to the Arrivals Hall. The car rental desks are conveniently located in the terminal building, and you will find them on the ground floor.

Choosing a Car Rental Company

Lisbon Airport offers a range of car rental companies to choose from, including internationally known brands like Hertz, Avis, Budget, Europcar, and Sixt. It is recommended to book your car in advance to guarantee availability and secure the best rates. Compare prices and services offered by different companies before making your final decision.

Completing the Paperwork

Approach the car rental desk of your chosen company and present your reservation details, driver's license, passport, and credit card. The rental agent will assist you in completing the necessary paperwork, including the rental agreement and insurance information. Be sure to ask any questions you may have about additional charges, fuel policy, or car features.

Inspecting the Vehicle

Before signing the rental agreement, thoroughly inspect the car for any existing damage or scratches. Take note of any issues and inform the rental agent immediately to avoid being held responsible for them upon return. It is also essential to check if the car has a spare tire, jack, and tools in case of emergencies.

Payment and Deposits

Most car rental companies require a credit card for payment and deposit purposes. The deposit amount will be blocked on your credit card but not charged unless there is any damage to the vehicle or a violation of the rental agreement. Be sure to inquire about the specific deposit amount and the company's policy regarding fuel levels upon return.

Understanding the Rental Agreement

Take the time to read and understand the rental agreement thoroughly. Pay attention to the terms and conditions, including the rental period, mileage limits, and pick-up/drop-off instructions. It is essential to know the rules of the road in Portugal, such as speed limits and parking regulations, to avoid any unwanted fines or penalties.

Collecting the Car

Once you have completed the necessary paperwork, the rental agent will provide you with the keys to the vehicle and its location in the parking lot. Double-check that the car matches the make and model on the rental agreement.

Returning the Car

When it's time to return the car, follow the signs for the car rental return area at the airport. Park the vehicle in the designated area and return the keys to the rental office inside the terminal. The rental agent will inspect the vehicle for any damage and finalize the return process.

The Ultimate Guide to Traveling from Kansai Airport to Osaka

Frequently asked questions.

There are several options to travel from Lisbon Airport to the city center. You can take a taxi, use public transportation such as the metro or bus, or even book a private transfer.

The travel time from Lisbon Airport to the city center depends on the mode of transportation you choose. A taxi ride usually takes around 20-30 minutes, while using public transportation can take around 40-50 minutes, depending on traffic conditions.

The cost of traveling from Lisbon Airport to the city center varies depending on the mode of transportation. A taxi ride can cost around 15-20 euros, while using public transportation can cost around 2 euros. Private transfers can range from 30-50 euros, depending on the company and vehicle type.

Yes, there are shuttle services available from Lisbon Airport to the city center. These shuttle services are usually shared, meaning you will be traveling with other passengers. They offer a convenient and affordable option for transportation, with prices starting from around 10 euros per person.

Karli Trujillo

  • Karli Trujillo Author Editor Reviewer

Karisa Garcia

  • Karisa Garcia Author Reviewer Traveller

It is awesome. Thank you for your feedback!

We are sorry. Plesae let us know what went wrong?

We will update our content. Thank you for your feedback!

Leave a comment

Travel photos, related posts.

Mastering the Art of Changing Travel on RockShox Lyrik: A Comprehensive Guide

Mastering the Art of Changing Travel on RockShox Lyrik: A Comprehensive Guide

  • May 09, 2024

The Perfect Guide to Traveling from Haneda Airport to Shinagawa Station

The Perfect Guide to Traveling from Haneda Airport to Shinagawa Station

  • May 17, 2024

The Ultimate Guide to Traveling from Paris to Avignon Airport

The Ultimate Guide to Traveling from Paris to Avignon Airport

  • May 18, 2024

When Does the VAB Pay for Benefit Travel: A Comprehensive Guide

When Does the VAB Pay for Benefit Travel: A Comprehensive Guide

  • May 15, 2024

The Real Story Behind the Travel Ban: What Actually Happened at Airports

The Real Story Behind the Travel Ban: What Actually Happened at Airports

  • May 20, 2024

The Role of NFL Cheerleaders in Traveling with Their Teams

The Role of NFL Cheerleaders in Traveling with Their Teams

  • May 10, 2024

IMAGES

  1. Lisbon Free Walking Tours

    free guide tour lisbon

  2. Lisbon Attractions Map

    free guide tour lisbon

  3. Full-day Tour of Lisbon with Local Guide

    free guide tour lisbon

  4. Full-day Tour of Lisbon with Local Guide

    free guide tour lisbon

  5. How to See the Best of Lisbon in One Day and with Kids in Tow

    free guide tour lisbon

  6. Free Tour of Lisbon

    free guide tour lisbon

VIDEO

  1. Virtual Tour: Lisbon, Portugal

  2. Lisbon Downtown Streets

  3. Ultimate 20 things to do in Lisbon Portugal Pt 4 🇵🇹

  4. Lisbon Walking Tour

  5. Lisbon Lisboa Portugal

  6. Can You Spot Lisbon Pickpockets? #lisboa #shorts #lisbon #portugal

COMMENTS

  1. Free Tours in Lisbon, Portugal

    The Unforgettable Lisbon Center Free Tour. Provided by Wow Lisboa Freetour. Rating: 9.8. (Reviews: 94) from €0 Tip based. Join our incredible free tour in Lisbon. Accompanied by our knowledgeable Lisbon native guides, embark on a 2.5-hour journey through nearly 3,000 years of captivating history.

  2. Free walking tour Lisbon: Expert Guides and Authentic Tours

    24. sat. 25. Guru: Take PRO. Alfama and Mouraria Free Tour - Discover the oldest neighbourhoods in Lisbon and the origins of this wonderful city. 2835 ratings. 4.7. Duration: 2h and 30min. Starts at: 11:00, 15:30 and 1 more.

  3. ChillOut Lisbon Free tour

    LISBON CHILL OUT Summer Schedule (1 Apr - 30 Sep) Everyday at 10:00 AM & 4:30 PM ORIGINAL LISBON FREE TOURS Praça Luís de Camões Book the tour here Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to check in with the guides and guarantee your places.

  4. Walk & Talk Lisbon Free Tours

    A free walking tour is indeed a free tour that you do by walking around the city. This concept allows you to have a local guide, and in our case a portuguese guide, that will tell you about the history and wonders of Lisbon while doing a walk itinerary. At the end of the tour you will tip according to what you feel the tour was worth.

  5. Lisbon Free Walking Tours

    Guruwalk - Free Walking Tour Lisbon Portugal. What to expect: around 20 different tours, with different locations. Duration: 3h in average. Languages: English / Spanish / French / Portuguese / Italian. Reviews: Guruwalk Free Lisbon tours . So there you have them, the best Lisbon free walking tour, led by guides.

  6. Free Walking Tours Lisbon

    Free Tours Lisbon. Our Free Walking Tours in Lisbon will make you feel like home in this beautiful city! From the hills of Alfama and the Mouraria to the glamorous Baixa and Chiado, all the way up again into the Bairro Alto and even further, all the way to marvelous and delicious Belém , join one of our groups and discover Lisbon through the ...

  7. Tours

    Everyday at 10:00 AM & 3:00 PM. SUMMER SCHEDULE. (1st April to 30th September) Everyday at 10:00 AM & 4:30 PM. The Free Walking Tour shows you our personal perspective of the city. Each guide has his own unique route, but in general we all cover the areas of Bairro Alto, Chiado, Baixa, Alfama and Graça. We also offer free tours in Spanish (10: ...

  8. The Unforgettable Lisbon Center Free Tour

    The WOW! Lisbon Free Tour guides will be standing right in the center of the Praça da Figueira square, next to the D. João I statue (who´s riding a horse) wearing a blue and white umbrella (ENGLISH TOURS) or a black umbrella (SPANISH TOURS) Please check in with your guide 10-15 minutes before the tour starts. How to get to the meeting point:

  9. Free Tour of Lisbon

    ABOUT THE Free Tour of Lisbon. Lisbon's 3,000 years of proud history has always been on the edge, where land meets sea and Europe meets Africa, making this a city built on exploration, conquest and adventure. From the rise and fall of a global empire, to the clutches and release of a reclusive dictatorship, from a city destroyed by earthquake ...

  10. SANDEMANs Lisbon

    Lisbon is part of the SANDEMANs NEW Europe network, one of the largest walking tour companies in the world. Offering daily tours in English and Spanish, we believe in supporting local communities and are committed to giving a voice to some of Lisbon's best local freelance tour guides, who passionately share the city's history and culture with ...

  11. Unmissable Lisbon Free Tour

    Embark on an electrifying journey through Lisbon's soul with our Free Tour of the Unmissable Lisbon. Dive deep into 3,000 years of history where tales of resilience, intrigue, and culture paint the vibrant canvas of one of Europe's most dynamic capitals. Follow our expert guide through the winding streets and hidden corners, where every stone ...

  12. Lisbon Free Tour

    Children under 6 years old are free of charge. This principle arises from the need to protect and value the level of quality and dedication that we demand from our Take Lisboa guides. For group bookings of 16 or more people, contact us to arrange a private tour. Please note that this Free Tour only takes place with a minimum of 4 adult ...

  13. Discover Lisbon

    We want to offer you the best free tour in Lisbon, with our official guides that will tell you everything about its history, curiosities, legends, tales and, of course, the famous monuments of the city of Lisbon. On our Must Do Tours you can visit iconic places in Lisbon, like Belém, where you will be able to know so much more about the golden ...

  14. Free Walking Tours Lisbon

    Take Lisboa Tours. In addition to their downtown Lisbon tour, this company also offers a free walking tour of Alfama & Mouraria. You'll see plenty of street art as well as learn about the Patron Saint of Lisbon. This 2 ½ hour tour is available daily at 15:30 (3:30 pm). Book the tour or learn more.

  15. Free Lisbon Tour

    Take a tour of Lisboa gratis con Blue Emotion Tours is an unforgettable experience. The walk takes just over two hours. At this time you will get to know many of the city's must-see places. In addition, an official guide will reveal the history and interesting details of every corner. All explanations are given in Spanish, so you will have no ...

  16. Free Tour of Lisbon's Old Town (Alfama)

    8.9 (Reviews: 26066) English, Spanish 2h 30min 4:30 PM. Off the Beaten Track Free Tour (Mouraria & Graça) from €0 (Tip based) Tour hasn't received enough ratings English, Spanish 2h 30min 11:00 AM. Book a Free Tour of Lisbon's Old Town (Alfama) and discover memorable sights and rich culture of Lisbon, Portugal.

  17. Lisbon Walking Tour (Map, Route + Audio Option)

    Several free walking tours depart from here. Take Lisboa offers a 10:30 am daily (+ 14:00 on Tues, Thurs, Sat) tour of Chiado, Bairro Alto, and Baixa. Learn more or book here. (They also offer free tours of Alfama and Belem). Likewise, New Lisbon offers a very similar tour with more daily options: 10:00, 11:00, 14:00, and 16:00.

  18. Free Walking Tour of Lisbon

    After a journey of approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes, we'll conclude our walking tour of Lisbon in the central Praça do Comércio. See you next time! Private Tours. This free tour doesn't admit groups of more than 6 people, even if they book the activity separately. If you're a large group, we recommend checking out our private tour of Lisbon.

  19. Self-Guided Tour of Lisbon

    Lisboa Story Centre. The museum provides an audio and visual history of the city of Lisbon. In only 60 minutes one is taken back in time to visit key events in six areas of her history, areas that have shaped the city into what it is today. Hours: Every day from 10:00 to 20:00 (6 pm) Tickets: €7 Adult.

  20. The BEST Lisbon Tours and Things to Do in 2024

    The best tours to do in Lisbon with kids are: Lisbon: Oceanarium Of Lisbon Entrance Ticket. Lisbon: Luz Stadium Tour and SL Benfica Museum Ticket. Lisbon: Tagus River Cruise to the Ocean & Dolphin Watching. Lisbon: Tagus River Cruise. Lisbon: Nations Park Gondola Lift Cable Car Ticket.

  21. The Perfect One Day in Lisbon Itinerary

    Tram 28 replaced the original horse-drawn carriages in 1914. Lisbon is known as the city of hills, and these trams help locals travel through its steep hills. Tram 28 is a 7m route that takes you through the popular tourist districts of Lisbon, Graca, Alfama, Baixa, Chiado, Santa Catarina & Estrela.

  22. 7 days in Portugal

    Half-day tour of Lisbon; Fado show with dinner and evening stroll. Overnight in Lisbon. ... you'll transfer to Porto and tour its mix of medieval and modern attractions, with day seven free for you to further explore the city before your ... easy-to-use travel guides filled with expert advice. Buy US$15.99. Buy US$15.99. Buy US$34.99. Buy US ...

  23. Free Tour of Lisbon: Essential History & Fun Facts

    And. * Free Tasting of the best Pastel de Nata (Portuguese Custard Tart) in Lisbon. Our brand name raises expectations, and so we strive on every tour to give you truly the tour of your life. From 0€ (pay-what-you-wish, you determine what a tour was worth, i.e.: 10€, 15€, 20€, …) Tours Of My Life is Officially Licensed by Turismo de ...

  24. LISBON TRAVEL GUIDE 2024: Unveiling the Charms of Lisbon: Your Ultimate

    LISBON TRAVEL GUIDE 2024: Unveiling the Charms of Lisbon: Your Ultimate Companion to Portugal's Enchanting Capital (Let's tour the world) Skip to main content.us. Delivering to Lebanon 66952 Update location ... free delivery, exclusive deals, and award-winning movies & TV shows with Prime Try Prime and start saving today with ...

  25. A Guide To Traveling From Lisbon Airport: Tips And Advice

    Maximize your experience traveling from Lisbon Airport with our helpful guide. Get tips and advice to ensure a smooth and stress-free journey. 525 Main St, Worcester, MA 01608. Mon - Sat: 9:00am-18:00pm. Sunday CLOSED ... here are the various ways to travel from Lisbon Airport to the city center or any other location in Lisbon: Taxi: Taxis ...