Do you want to know the true essence of life in Lisbon? Feel like a local on this private tour, ideal for visiting the most local and authentic neighborhoods. Enjoy as if you were a Portuguese citizen, while discovering its streets, squares, viewpoints, flea markets, churches and convents covered with the typical Portuguese tiles.
Weave your way through the streets, together with your private local guide, through the beautiful neighborhood of Alfama, the only survivor of the earthquake of 1775. Walk through the old Arab quarter of Mouraria, with its cobblestone streets full of history, graffiti, yellow trams and local residents.
Try the Ginja, the traditional cherry liquor, in a small traditional bar. Discover the best views of Lisbon from its famous ‘miradouros’, accompanied by a good cold beer.
Don't miss the charming Praça do Comercio, where kings and rulers used to be received during the golden age of Portugal's reign.
Enjoy the magic of deep and authentic Lisbon in this unique private tour, accompanied by a local guide. Discover the B-side of this incredible city and walk through the most unknown corners of the capital, while you get into its old neighborhoods.
Before starting the tour, your local guide will make you taste the typical ginja liquor, in one of the most traditional bars in the center of Lisbon.
Feel like a local visiting the interesting old quarter of Mouraria, undoubtedly one of the less touristy ones. This old Arabian quarter was the birthplace of the nostalgic Fado. Learn about the origin of this particular musical style, and its close relationship with the Arab world.
As you wander through the picturesque streets of the neighborhood, visit different viewpoints (‘miradouros’), which offer fantastic views of the city. A steaming cafe awaits you at one of Lisbon's best viewpoints: the Miradouro de Graça, where the locals sit in the sun. Churches, convents and flea markets flood these neighborhoods with their lively local life.
Time to visit the most beautiful neighborhood in Lisbon, the only survivor of the earthquake of 1775: Alfama. Lose yourself in its narrow, colorful streets full of local life, as you walk up and down its gentle slopes.
A visit to Praça do Comércio, facing the sea, is a must. There you can relax and enjoy the view of the Tagus River and the 'Cais das colunas', the old footbridge for kings and presidents.
Walk along one of the most colorful and fun streets of the city: 'Rua Rosa'. Finish your tour drinking a beer in the wonderful Miradouro of Santa Catarina, while you contemplate a perfect sunset.
Enjoy this original route and get to know the most authentic Lisbon in this out-of-the-ordinary tour. Fall in love quickly with the Portuguese capital and get all the necessary tips to get the most out of this wonderful city!
At the entrance of the historic bar 'A Ginja'
Of course, during this tour your private guide will tell you all you need to know about the local life, and will share with you all the tips about the things you can do in Lisboa, to make the most of your visit to the city of lights!
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