Portuguese For a Day Tours
Our tours go beyond the standard city tour. We don’t just take you to tourist hotspots. We delve deep into the culture of our beautiful city to show you the hidden gems only locals know. One thing the Portuguese are good at is filling everyone’s bellies, and we’re no different! Whether we’re journeying through Lisbon’s eclectic neighborhoods, horseback riding in the countryside, or exploring quaint fishing villages along the coast, you are guaranteed to hear stories of Portuguese life while enjoying a local delicacy with us.
The best way to get to know our city is by exploring on foot. Follow your local guide as they take you through the narrow streets to find some of the city’s most well-known spots, as well as lesser known areas off the tourist grid.
9:00am & 2:30pm
In front of the Cafeteria Padaria Portuguesa of Restauradores Square
For kids 12+. As Lisbon is known as the City of Seven Hills, this tour may not be suitable for people with a walking disability or baby strollers.
Mandatory to wear a face mask indoors.
Face masks and hand sanitizer provided.
We recommend comfortable shoes (Lisbon’s streets are mostly cobblestone), sunscreen, and a hat/umbrella depending on the weather.
You will be accompanied by a driver/guide with impeccable knowledge of the region. All small group tours are available in English. If you would like your tour in another language, please contact us about a private tour.
We’ll get to the heart of Lisbon on this small group walking tour, journeying through historic squares and quirky neighborhoods, as well as sampling some of Portugal’s most famous treats.
We’ll visit Mouraria, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Lisbon, where the narrow streets and colorful houses offer the perfect insight into the more traditional regions of Lisbon. We’ll learn the history behind the castle of Lisbon and why it was so important for the locals of Mouraria and Alfama. Explore the Old Quarter with your guide while sampling a variety of Portuguese treats.
Next, head downtown and learn about the earthquake that devastated the city in the XVIII century. Sample food from the islands of Portugal and enjoy a stop to try a Bifana, Portugal’s famous pork sandwich. Pass by Praça do Comércio and walk from downtown to Chiado to see the artist and shopping district of Lisbon. And lastly, finish your tour at Rossio Square with a famous Ginjinha in your hand.