The eclectic neighborhoods of Lisbon offer visitors a well-rounded perspective of this capital city of Portugal. Hop into the minivan and make your way to the districts of Portas do Sol and Nossa Senhora do Monte belvederes.
Wander the winding streets and stop at the 10th century Lisbon Cathedral with its stunning twin tower facade and Rose Window. Continue to Alfama, Lisbon's oldest city, with its cobblestone streets and quaint cafes that greet you at every turn.
In Belem you will make your way to Belem Tower and learn how the city expanded during the period of the "Age of Discoveries." Check out the dazzling facade at the Jeronimos Monastery, then taste a traditional Pastel de Belem custard tart after lunch.
In the afternoon you will follow the 18th century aqueduct Mae d'Agua Reservoir in the Amoreiras district back to the city center. End in the Baixa area where you will learn how Lisbon was rebuilt following the devastating 1755 earthquake. If you're staying in the city, hang around Baixa after the tour to experience its vibrant night life.
This 7-hour small group tour offers you a wonderful overview of the culture and history of Lisbon. Book today.