Lisbon: Small-Group Walking Tour
- Explore Lisbon's Chiado district and visit Carmo Square and Convent
- Visit the oldest bookshop in the world
- Enjoy panoramic views from the iconic Santa Justa Lift
- Visit the first Jesuit Church in Portugal and the Memorial of the Jews
- Explore the charming streets of Bairro Alto and try some Ginga
The first stop on the tour is Pedro IV square, also known as Rossio. Here, learn how the city of Lisbon came to be and visit the Jewish memorial commemorating the massacre that took place in this area 500 years ago. Follow the winding streets up to Chiado, where you will have the opportunity to climb the Santa Justa Lift, a famous landmark in downtown Lisbon.
Visit Carmo Square and Convent, reminders of the devastation left by the 1755 earthquake, and pass by Bertrand, said to be the oldest bookshop in the world. Take a look at the São Roque Church before pausing for a quick break and continuing up to Lisbon's Bairro Alto. Spot locals hanging their laundry out to dry in the narrow alleyways and keep an eye out for the iconic trams that make their way through Lisbon's streets.
The walk finishes in Camões Square, where you can take photos with one of the most famous Portuguese writers and try the typical pásteis de nata (Portuguese custard tarts) or Ginga (cherry liquor) in a nearby café.
- 3-hour walking tour
- Food and drinks
- People with mobility impairments
Prepare for the activity
Meet the local guide in Praça Dom Pedro IV 24, 1100-200 Lisboa. The guide will be waiting outside Café Nicola holding a red umbrella. Arrive 15 minutes before the activity starts.Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Comfortable shoes
- Luggage or large bags