Graça Historic District
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  • Lisbon: Fado and Dinner Walk

    1. Lisbon: Fado and Dinner Walk

    Start your Lisbon walking tour of this whimsical city by joining a local guide in one of the city's most imposing squares, the Praça do Martim Moniz. This famous landmark honors a nobleman that sacrificed his own life to help the Christian conquerors of Lisbon in 1147. At the starting point to this tour through Lisbon's musical and culinary heritage, the home of a fusion market that celebrates the multiculturalism of the neighborhood of Mouraria. Take in sweeping views of this intoxicating city from the viewpoint of the Castle Hills, some of the city’s best-kept secrets. Explore Alfama’s small squares, rustic buildings and dark alleyways as you wander along the winding, cobblestone streets. Stop to breathe in the exciting atmosphere as the local taverns and music venues come to life for another evening of melodic tunes and gastronomic delights. Stop to reflect on the beauty of the Riv...

  • Lisbon: Delicious Electric Bike Tour

    2. Lisbon: Delicious Electric Bike Tour

    This tour will focus on the most authentic neighborhoods, the perfect places to find traditional taverns and amazing restaurants. In Alfama (the oldest district in Lisbon), you’ll experience the real Lisbon with its charismatic (and intense) people, cats sleeping on windowsills, twisting streets and blind alleyways where the roofs almost touch each other. Going up the hill until Graça, you’ll find a breathtaking panoramic view at the famous Belvedere “Nossa Senhora do Monte”. After a moment of relaxation at the viewpoint, you'll start going down the hill to salute Mouraria, Lisbon’s most multi-ethnic neighborhood. Here you may find all types of restaurants because about a fifth of the population is from Asia, mainly from China, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. Now, the most important detail of this tour, the tasting experiences! You'll visit Lisbon’s greatest cafés and taverns, importan...

    We booked the Delicious Electric Bike Tour. The bikes had a good and strong engine making the ride up the hills easy. We had Ginjinha at the viewing point Miradouro Graca and our guide Yury also showed us the local sandwich Bifanas. He was kind and knowledgeable, a trip to recommend.

  • Lisbon 2.5-Hour Food Tour by Eco-Tuk

    3. Lisbon 2.5-Hour Food Tour by Eco-Tuk

    Discover the secrets of the culinary culture of Lisbon while exploring lesser-known, authentic city neighborhoods aboard an Eco-Tuk. This vehicle is 100 per cent electric, super comfortable, and is perfect for the city's steep and narrow streets. Tram 28 is an icon of Lisbon. Following along the route of this picturesque tram you’ll enjoy some of the historical and natural heritage that the city has to offer. Visit a viewpoint in the Graça neighborhood, located on the highest hill of Lisbon, and stop for a picnic provided by the team of storytellers. On this 2.5-hour tour you can also explore the old, narrow streets of the Alfama neighborhood. Visit the Baixa quarter, a result of the reconstruction of the city after the earthquake of 1755. In the heart of the city you’ll have the opportunity to sample some canned fish, Vinho Verde, Port wine, ham, cheese, marmalade, and bread. Next yo...

  • Lisbon: The City of the Seven Hills Walking Tour

    4. Lisbon: The City of the Seven Hills Walking Tour

    After being picked up from your accommodation, your first stop will be at Christ the King, a giant statue inspired by Brazil's Christ the Redeemer. This statue was erected to express the gratitude of the Portuguese being spared the full effects of World War II. Afterwards, you will venture to the Belém district, where you will walk on the intricately patterned cobblestones en-route to the church of Jerónimos Monastery, a world heritage site by UNESCO. You will then cross the gardens of Belém to visit the incredible Monument to the Discoveries, which portrays Portuguese overseas exploration. Afterwards, you will be driven down the side of the Tagus River, until the Square of Commerce. This is one of the most emblematic places of Lisbon, and is home to the famous Arch of Triumph which leads to Rua Augusta, the main pedestrian street of the capital. At this stage of your tour, it will be...

  • Lisbon & Fátima: Private 8-Hour Tour with Food Tastings

    5. Lisbon & Fátima: Private 8-Hour Tour with Food Tastings

    Discover Lisbon and Fátima on this private tour with tastings of traditional local delicacies. You will start the day at the Sanctuary of Fátima, the location where apparitions were witnessed in 1917. Since then, this place has been considered one of the most important Christian shrines in the world and is visited by more than 5 million people every year. Explore the sanctuary and see the Chapel of the Apparitions, the basilica, and the Church of the Holy Trinity. Take part in the exhibition and browse through the numerous souvenir shops. You will then head to Lisbon in the afternoon, where you will explore the magnificent Avenida da Liberdade and the beautiful Baixa district. Visit the magnificent cathedral and enjoy the view from the lookout of Graça. Pass by the Monastery of São Vicente and the National Pantheon on the way to the main streets of Chiado and Estrela. See the Jerónimo...

  • Lisbon: Shore Excursion and Tapas Tour by Electric Tuk Tuk

    6. Lisbon: Shore Excursion and Tapas Tour by Electric Tuk Tuk

    After meeting with your driver/guide, you will be taken around the most beautiful and interesting quarters of Lisbon, ensuring an unforgettable visit. You will begin with a visit to Alfama, which is the oldest neighborhood in Lisbon and a place full of memories. Here you can see and feel the presence of this town's Moorish past. Following this, you will go up the hill until you reach the beautiful views of Nossa Senhora do Monte Belvedere. Your next stop will then be to Mouraria, a multicultural area in town which features all types of gastronomy. Here you will discover that about a fifth of the population is from Asia, mainly from China, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. You will then discover Baixa, an area considered the trendiest area in Lisbon. This district is a meeting point for artists, bohemians and avant-garde personalities, and is also the heart of this European capital. Throu...

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What people are saying about Graça Historic District

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 7 reviews

tasty and interesting

Our guide, a very smart guy, kind, courteous, with an excellent Italian, "scoured" us for Lisbon showing us the highlights of the city, giving us time to visit some of them, then taking us to characteristic places to enjoy excellent delicacies locals. He also worked hard for our 12-year-old son to drink what he preferred instead of the wines provided for us adults. Money well spent x an overview of Lisbon, having little time to visit it and being able to avoid the car (chaotic traffic and difficult city to get around) and public transport (dear if you do not make the Lisboa Card which however is not convenient x half day)

Lisbon with body and soul *****

Our evening tour through Lisbon was beautiful. Sofia showed us her city in her own nice way. Next to factual background information we also tried portuguese tapas, wine and beer. To conclude we went to a Fado bar and were carried away. Much much better than the 'normal' tours and totally recommendable!

Delicious Electric Bike Tour: Our guide Yury really made our trip

We booked the Delicious Electric Bike Tour. The bikes had a good and strong engine making the ride up the hills easy. We had Ginjinha at the viewing point Miradouro Graca and our guide Yury also showed us the local sandwich Bifanas. He was kind and knowledgeable, a trip to recommend.

In Hugo we had a very charming and knowledgeable guide who responded to our personal requests. We had a very nice afternoon and would recommend this tour again and again!

Interesting, educational evening

Good insight into Lisbon traditions, lots of historical information, insider tips, good tapas, unfortunately a bit of a bland soup