Reviewer: Barbara Cobb
Miguel Duarte was our walking tour guide. This tour exceeded our expectations! We had a fabulous time, and really saw Lisbon. Miguel knew just where to take us. We would go again!
Reviewer: Susan Osterwoldt
Very enjoyable small group tour with an excellent guide who spoke very good English. Included tastings of several Portugese delicacies. Very enjoyable and just the right length, about 3 1/2 hours I think.
Reviewer: Catherine Cromer
We had a wonderful time on this walking tour. Our guide was knowledgable and fun, and the food and drink were an unexpected pleasure.
Reviewer: Sandy Simonson
A taxi was not easy to find so we had to walk to the meeting place which was a bit of a challenge. Suggest providing a good map from the port. We walked nearly 7 miles total and there were some steps and a lot of cobblestones. We saw many interesting places, had Portuguese cheese, tawny port, pastry samplings with great coffee, took a ferry (included) to/from "dormitory island" for a traditional lunch (included) and were returned safely nearly six hours later. We highly recommend this walking tour. Our guide, Rebeca, was excellent.
Reviewer: Gary G Ralston
Our tour guide was Sophia. Very knowledgeable, pleasant, and helpful in introducing our group to Lisbon. This walk is not for the physically unfit. Lisbon, like San Francisco, is built on many hills, some of them steep. For the most part, we walked downhill from the designated starting point but the city is impossible to be adequately seen with out climbing steps. The biggest problem was keeping up with her and being able to hear her words of wisdom about the city and its history. All in all she did a good job and we were pleasantly pleased to see so much. I would highly recommend this tour for any reasonably fit person. Not suited for the very young or disabled.
Reviewer: P. Faith
We were in a group of eleven people. The tour guide was knowledgeable and provided great information. We walked through a church, then up to a hidden away small patio of nice family owned coffee shop. The pastries and espresso was delicious. Continued walking to a wine and cheese store and had wonderful samples of both. Then finally took a ferry to another restaurant featuring sparkling wine and several seafood snacks.
The guide was very knowledgeable for all the eras of the history and took us to wonderful sampling places.