Baixa Tour - Small Group Option
- Dauer: 3 Stunden (ca.)
- Ort: Lisboa, Lisboa
- Produkt-Code: Lis00001
Long Description: Explore Lisbon, the "City of Light" and "Queen of the Sea", on a 3-hour narrated walking tour. Begin the tour by the Church of Saint Roch and then proceed with your guide to explore some of the main historical neighborhoods of Lisbon.
Next on the list are Bairro Alto, Chiado and Baixa, where you will have the opportunity to visit attractions like the Carmo Square, the Santa Justa Elevator and the world’s oldest bookstore. We will also discuss a variety of topics ranging from current events in Portugal to rich culinary traditions and much more.
This tour is conducted by a certified local guide whose mission is to inform travelers what they need to know to enhance their stay in Lisbon, and to promote Portugal's culture and heritage. From recommendations of things to do in the city, to insider advice on public transportation, to other areas you would want to visit on your stay, feel free to ask your guide anything.
The maximum number of participants is 8 people. This way, a personal and engaging experience is guaranteed.
Enjoy a leisurely stroll along Bairro Alto, Baixa and Chiado coupled with insightful commentary and information
Visit the Church of São Roque, one of the city’s hidden treasures (not available on Mondays)
Enjoy some of the best views of the city from the Santa Justa Elevator
Explore the main squares of the downtown area of the city, the Rossio and the Praça do Comércio squares
An opportunity to visit the world’s oldest bookstore and many other historical businesses
Professional tour guide
Local taxes and fees
Meals and drinks
Museum entrance fees
Hotel pick up / Hotel drop-off
Duration: 3 Hours (approx.)
Price per Person: 30.00 € - Adults; 15.00 € - Youth and Children; 0.00 € - Infants VAT Included
Schedule: Choose between a morning (10:00 am - 1:00 pm) or an afternoon tour (3:00 pm - 6:00 pm)Meeting Point: By the statue of the priest located next to the Church of Saint Roch (Igreja de São Roque)