Lisboa Full Day Tour
Eduardo VII Park
We begin our excursion in the Eduardo VII Park. This is the largest park in the center of Lisbon. He was baptized in 1903 in honor of the King of England, who had visited Lisbon in 1902 to reaffirm the alliance signed in 1386 between the two countries.
Marquês de Pombal Square
Continuing our tour, we pass by the Marquês de Pombal monument, we cross Avenida da Liberdade and we continue towards the Rossio Square, decorated with two amazing fountains.
Our next stop is the Lisbon Cathedral, the oldest church in the city. We continue to the highest point of Lisbon - Nossa Senhora do Monte offers a breathtaking view of the castle of São Jorge, the monument of Jesus Christ and the Portuguese Golden Gates - 25 de Abril Bridge.
Continuing towards Belém, we walk through the narrow streets of the old quarter of Lisbon - Alfama. On our way there is the Fado Museum, a church where the greatest national heroes of Portugal - the National Pantheon and the first commercial area of the state - are buried.
In Belém, we will visit the most elegant monument of the sixteenth century - Belém Tower and Jeronimos Monastery - a true masterpiece of the reign of Manuel I in architectural and ideological terms, built in honor of the discovery of the sea route to India by Vasco Da Gamma. Our tour ends at the Monument to the Discoveries.
It was completed in 1960 and designed by the Italian architect José Ângelo Cottinelli Telmo in the place where the Portuguese golden age originated.
50€ / Person
Map (Latitude: 38.7284289, Longitude: -9.1283561)