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Private Lisbon City Tour

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What to Visit in Private Lisbon City Tour


lisbon day tour
Our private tour to lisbon we Visit Belém the pastry of the famous Pastel de Belém, Also known as pastel de Belem. A bakery in Lisbon, Portugal has been named the most reviewed eatery in the world by TripAdvisor — and it will only cost you less than £1 to find out why so many travellers flock to it. Pastéis de Belém — meaning Cake of Belém, named after the iconic pastry from the Belém district of Lisbon — received over 10,000 reviews from travellers on TripAdvisor in 2017 – more than any other food establishment in the world. Established in 1837, it's known for its Pastéis de Belém — circular pastries that are similar to Portugal's famous pastéis de nata cream cakes. The "secret recipe" has remained unchanged since the very beginning, when, during a time when all convents and monasteries in Portugal were shut down following the 1820 liberal revolution, someone from Mosteiro dos Jerónimos (the Heironymite Monastery) began selling sweet pastries in the general store beside it, which was also attached to a sugar cane refinery.


Lisbon day trip Jeronimos Monastery

We continue private Lisbon City Tour to the Jeronimos Monastery The Jeronimos Monastery is the most impressive symbol of Portugal's power and wealth during the Age of Discovery. King Manuel I built it in 1502 on the site of a hermitage founded by Prince Henry the Navigator, where Vasco da Gama and his crew spent their last night in Portugal in prayer before leaving for India. It was built to commemorate Vasco Da Gama's voyage and to give thanks to the Virgin Mary for its success. Vasco da Gama's tomb was placed inside by the entrance, as was the tomb of poet Luis de Camões, author of the epic The Lusiads in which he glorifies the triumphs of Da Gama and his compatriots. Other great figures in Portuguese history are also entombed here, like King Manuel and King Sebastião, and poets Fernando Pessoa and Alexandre Herculano. The monastery was populated by monks of the Order of Saint Jerome (Hieronymites), whose spiritual job was to give guidance to sailors and pray for the king's soul. It's one of the great triumphs of European Gothic (UNESCO has classified it a World Heritage monument)


Day tour Lisbon Belem Tower

Our private day trip to lisbon Visit the Tower of Belem and the Monument to the Discoveries. Belém Tower was first built to defend Lisbon. Years later, it was transformed into a lighthouse and later still a customs center. The Belém Tower (Torre de Belém) was built between 1514 and 1520 in a Manuelino style by the Portuguese architect and sculptor Francisco de Arruda. It was classified as a World Heritage Site in 1983 by UNESCO. Constructed on the northern bank of the Tagus River, this tower was used to defend the city. Years later, it was transformed into a lighthouse and customs house. It is situated very close to the Jerónimos Monastery.


Lisbon Bridge Day tour Lisbon

Our Private Tour Cross the Bridge the 25th April, The 25th April Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in Europe, and was Lisbon's first. we visit the statue of Christ. This statue of Christ is one of the symbols of Lisbon.Cristo Rei is one of Lisbon’s most iconic monuments. The statue of Christ stands high above the southern banks of the Tejo Estuary, and depicts Christ with arms raised, blessing the city. Cristo Rei dates from the 1950s and its construction was in reverence for Portugal avoiding the horrors of WW2. Since its consecration in 1959 Cristo Rei has been an important Portuguese pilgrim destination and today is a major religious centre for the diocese of Setubal. Lisbon’s Cristo Rei has many similarities to the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio, and the Brazilian statue was the original inspiration. For visitors, the main draw of the Cristo Rei is the 80m high viewing platform and the amazing panoramic views over Lisbon and the golden suspension bridge. Cristo Rei makes for an enjoyable excursion from Lisbon and is often the sole reason to cross to the southern side of the Tejo Estuary.


Viewpoint Lisbon City Tour

Lisbon's superb natural setting, spread across seven hills facing the Tagus River, offers a network of terraces from which to contemplate the beauty of the city. Called "miradouros" (viewpoints), they're usually located at the highest points of each hill, and all have spaces to sit and rest. Some even have cafés serving snacks and light refreshments. Popular with locals and tourists, day and night, everyone has their favorite and you'll also find your own. You'll discover many others by chance as you wander around the narrow streets and staircases that often frame staggering vistas. You won't be able to resist a stop to admire the city because, after all, taking time to relax and contemplate is one of Lisbon's pleasures and what makes it such a seductive, romantic city (and one of the world's most beautiful cities).


The Eduardo VII Park Lisbon tour

The Eduardo VII Park is the largest park in central Lisbon. It was baptized in 1903 in honor of Edward VII, monarch of the United Kingdom, who had visited Lisbon this year to reaffirm the bonds of friendship between the two countries. our day trip to Lisbon goes to this viewpoint. Is a viewpoint with beautiful landscapes that invite us to stay. From top to bottom it is possible to contemplate the entire dimension of a vast green garden and the complete length of the Marquês de Pombal and the Liberdade Avenue, without ever losing sight of the Tejo River and the Arrábida mountains. The variety of landscapes is such that through this viewpoint you can also take a peek at the São Jorge Castle.


Lisbon city Tour Centre

Downtown Lisbon, or Baixa, is part of this day tour. Is the heart of the Lisbon city. It's the main shopping and banking district that stretches from the riverfront to the main avenue (Avenida da Liberdade), with streets named according to the shopkeepers and craftsmen who traded in the area. It was completely rebuilt after the Great Earthquake of 1755, with streets flanked by uniform, neoclassical buildings. This was Europe's first great example of neoclassical design and urban planning, and one of the finest European architectural achievements of the age (it's currently being considered to be listed as a World Heritage Site).


Visiting all the attractions, churches and monuments of Lisbon in 8H is completely impossible. Below we present Optional Visits that you can replace or add to the places recommended by us in the Private Tour to Lisbon. You must inform us in advance which places you want to visit so that we can plan the 8H Tour in order to be able to visit those places that are of your preference.

S. Jorge Castle

The Castelo de São Jorge is one of the oldest buildings in the city and it has a history of more than 8 centuries with wars and struggles that have marked the city. It is at a very high point and was built to protect the city from the Romans. It was behind the castle that the city of Lisbon was formed, which today besides being the capital of Portugal, is one of the main tourist cities in Europe.

National Palace of Ajuda

Have you ever imagined, in times of kings and queens, living in a royal palace? This is how you will feel when you visit the interior of the National Palace, visiting its compartments, where all the scenarios were carefully reproduced, similar to the time, down to the smallest detail. The Ajuda National Palace is a must-visit point in Lisbon, due to the historical-cultural value it represents for the city and the country.

Lisbon Oceanarium

Considered one of the most visited attractions in Europe, the Lisbon Oceanarium receives an average of one million visitors from all over the world per year. The unique feeling of walking through an ocean. at the Lisbon Oceanarium there are about 8000 animals and plants of more than 500 species! The Oceanarium consists of five main habitats, a large central aquarium that represents the global ocean, four contiguous aquariums that represent the Earth / Sea interaction in each of the four oceans: Atlantic, Antarctic, Pacific and Indian.

Parque das Nações

Discover the Parque das Nações in Lisbon, an old industrial area that has become a modern area and was the headquarters of the 1998 World Expo. This 1998 exhibition brought smart solutions and cutting edge architecture to the city. With it, several attractions emerged. Nowadays, it is one of the most visited and frequented neighborhoods in Lisbon.


Note :
Pickups in areas like: Alfama, Bairro Alto and Baixa de Lisboa, or with difficulty of access of the car we will mark a meeting point for the Pickup

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