Ribeira das Naus
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Overall rating
4.9 / 5
based on 215 reviews

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.

We was very lucky to have only 2 of us on our tour, our guide Xavier who spoke perfect English was excellent he went above and beyond to explain everything and answer any question we asked to the fullest. He was also a very funny guy and up for a chat about anything. If you’re lucky enough to get Xavier you’re sure to have an amazing tour.

This is a great activity for those looking to learn about the history of Lisbon and do an easy & enjoyable bike ride at the same time. My guide Pedro was knowledgeable and engaging. The ride along the river was quite easy with the electric bikes, which took no time at all to get used to.

A wonderful reprieve from walking the streets and climbing the hills/stairs of Lisbon. The waterfront tour gives a different perspective to the city while learning more history. Our guide Ethan was terrific. Loved it!

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!

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