Electricity Museum, Lisbon
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  • Lisbon: 3-Hour Tour of Historic Belém by Electric Bike

    1. Lisbon: 3-Hour Tour of Historic Belém by Electric Bike

    Cycle the banks of the Tagus River, and discover the UNESCO World Heritage monuments of Belém on a 3-hour electric bike tour of Lisbon. Meet your guide at a central meeting point for a short briefing on how the bikes work. Then, glide off towards the renovated Ribeira Market, where you will find an abundance of traditional stalls selling fish, fruit, vegetables, and flowers. A separate area features more than 30 restaurants where you can taste food recommended by highly regarded chefs. Next, bike down the former red light district of the Rua Nova de Carvalho (also known as “Pink Street”), famous for its animated nightlife, and recently named by the New York Times as one of the best streets in Europe. Pass the Cais do Sodré area, a hub of maritime activities since the 15th century and now the ferry terminal for the cacilheiros boats that connect Lisbon and Cacilhas. Cycle along...

    What a fantastic way to experience Lisbon and in particular the area around Belem. We learnt about the history, about the food and the people of Lisbon through the centuries. Can’t recommend it more highly!

  • Lisbon: 1-Hour Beer or Sangria Bike Sightseeing Tour

    2. Lisbon: 1-Hour Beer or Sangria Bike Sightseeing Tour

    Board your colorful yellow beer bike then set out on an exciting sightseeing venture around the streets of Lisbon. Pedal to some of the city’s most famous sights and attractions including the Tejo River, Torre de Belem, Monument of the Discoveries, 25 de Abril Bridge, and more. As you ride around the city, make unforgettable memories with your friends and enjoy a selection of drinks from the onboard bar including craft beers, tasty sangria, soft-drinks, and water. Enhance the experience and bring your own music along too which can be connected to the bar’s speakers, or listen to the tour’s preselected playlist with accompanying lights. The tour lasts approximately 1-hour, with a toilet break every 15-minutes. The bike is suitable for up to 18 passengers, with 10 people pedaling, plus your friendly guide who ensures your fun and safety throughout.

  • Lisbon: Luxury Sailing Boat Cruise on River Tagus

    3. Lisbon: Luxury Sailing Boat Cruise on River Tagus

    Have a truly unforgettable experience on a sailing yacht and experience Lisbon in a new way. Float down the Tagus River and view some of the city's main monuments including Torre de Belém, Monument to the Discoveries, Electricity Museum, Maat, Jerónimos Monastery, Terreiro do Paço, and Cristo Rei. Pass under the 25th April Bridge, and glimpse the beautiful hills of Lisbon and the picturesque neighborhoods on top of them such as Bairro Alto e Alfama and Castelo de S. Jorge. Gaze at a magical sky on your charming return journey or go to Cascais Bay to dive and sunbathe.

  • Lisbon: Beer Bike Tour by the River

    4. Lisbon: Beer Bike Tour by the River

    Start the 1-hour beer bike tour by passing by the only monument in tribute to Amália Rodrigues, the most famous fado singer in the history of Portugal. As you peddle and enjoy a selection of drinks, pass by the MAAT (Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology) and the magnificent Electricity Museum. Keep the energy up until you reach the Ponte 25 de Abril (25th of April Bridge) where you can enjoy a moment to relax and take some pictures. On the way back to Fátima, you’ll pass a small monument that is in tribute to the pilgrims before the tour ends back at the starting point.

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What people are saying about Electricity Museum, Lisbon

It was a private tour for all practical reasons with me and my friend. Was easy to find the guide on a sunday. They had some choice of bikes and I picked one similar to the Uber Jump bike. The guide Pedro (?) was super nice guy, very knowledgeable and gave his personal opnions and inside scoop on things as well as the history. It is a nice ride to Belem and the bridge and the monastery. Less cultural than the alfama tour but he answered all my questions, was super friendly, hooked me up with Tapas, brought some spare raincoats incase it rained (how nice is that?) Overall, fantastic guide. The Belem tour includes the famous Pastel de Nata and is more of a relaxed ride along the water, a bit different from the Hill tours.

What a fantastic way to experience Lisbon and in particular the area around Belem. We learnt about the history, about the food and the people of Lisbon through the centuries. Can’t recommend it more highly!

Daniel and Margarita did a wonderful job. The bikes were great!

Thanks to Daniel (our guide) and Margarita (novice guide) for a wonderful bike trip along the shore on the Tagos river to Belem. Could not have gone better.

Xzavior was excellent. Very very knowledgable and made us feel so comfortable as my wife is not really riding on the streets.

It was top, success assured, despite the light rain.