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Lisbon: HIghlights of Lisbon Private Guided Walking Tour

1. Lisbon: HIghlights of Lisbon Private Guided Walking Tour

Meet your guide in Luis de Camoes Square and begin your sightseeing tour of Lisbon. Explore the city's cultural center, Largo do Chiado, and visit the Alfama district together with your local guide. Start your tour with a visit to Largo do Chiado. Stroll past the cafés where Portuguese intellectuals used to meet and enjoy a cup of coffee alongside the famed Portuguese pastry, the Pastel de Nata. Discover the Church of São Roque, one of the most captivating religious temples in Lisbon, and marvel at the ornate interior. Take a minute and relax under the jacarandas in Largo de Carmo, before entering the Carmo Convent with your skip-the-line tickets. See the ruins of an old Gothic church that was destroyed by the earthquake that hit Lisbon in 1755 and now houses the Carmo Archaeological Museum. Visit the Santa Justa Lift, an important work of engineering from the early 1900s. Walk along the elegant Rua Augusta until you reach the arch that leads to Praça do Comércio, Lisbon's main square. Admire the Cais das Colunas, the old entrance to the city from the Tagus River. Next, visit the Lisbon Cathedral. Built in the 13th century on top of a ruined mosque, this is Lisbon's most important and iconic religious buildings. Head to the Old Church of Our Lady of the Conception and admire the Manueline-style elements used on its façade. End your tour with a stroll around the charming Alfama quarter. Enjoy the incredible views of the city from the Miradouro de Santo Estêvão, while you taste the Ginjinha, the traditional Portuguese liquor prepared by local ladies. Visit the exterior of the Fado Museum, the best-known expression of Portuguese music.

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Lisbon: See Lisbon Like a Local on a Private Walking Tour

2. Lisbon: See Lisbon Like a Local on a Private Walking Tour

Explore Lisbon with a local guide on this private walking tour. Try local coffee, ginja (cherry liqueur), and beer. Take in the vibe of the old Arabian quarter and the vibrant colors in Alfama. Admire the Praça do Comércio square on the harbor and several viewpoints.  Meet your guide at the cozy 'A Ginjinha' bar and sample a glass of their specialty sour cherry liqueur. Stroll to the old Arabian quarter of Mouraria that was the birthplace of fado music. Learn about the origin of this particular musical style, and its close relationship with the Arab world. Stop at different viewpoints to snap stunning pictures of the city. Head to a café at the viewpoint Miradouro de Graça for cup of coffee. Explore historic churches and convents as you walk. Take in the lively vibe at flee markets.  Continue to the district of Alfama which was unscathed by the earthquake of 1775.Make your way through the narrow, winding, and sloping streets to uncover small squares, cafes, and charming boutiques.  Follow your guide to the grand Praça do Comércio square which opens dramatically to the sea. Relax in the square and capture shots of the Tagus River and the 'Cais das Colunas' footbridge that was once used by kings.   Take some selfies on the vivid pink Rua Rosa street. Refresh yourself with a beer and views of the sea at the park Miradouro of Santa Catarina. Finish your tour with the sunset at this breathtaking viewpoint.  

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Lisbon Private Full Day Tour - History, Local Life & Food

3. Lisbon Private Full Day Tour - History, Local Life & Food

Explore Lisbon's main attractions, traditional neighborhoods, and delicious fine foods, with an expert knowledgeable guide on a fun and insightful walking tour. See the elegant modern streets of the city as well as the oldest neighborhoods, which have survived the great earthquake of 1775. This tour combines gentle walks, rides on the famous trams, and climbs using delightful elevators. Visit the ruins of the Convent of Carmo, devastated by a terrible earthquake that struck over two centuries ago. Head to the majestic Plaça do Comercio, a harbor-facing square with incredible sea views. Take time to try the most delicious Portuguese Gastronomy. Try the famous Lisbon fish, seafood, or meat in a typical restaurant in the old district of Mouraria. Your local host will give you tips and advice to make the most of your days exploring the city.

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Coffee and Wine: The Best of Both Worlds

4. Coffee and Wine: The Best of Both Worlds

Come on this tour and experience two of the best drinks in the world. Learn how they are made in Portugal, and the histories that have shaped them. From coffee to wine, you are bound to have a day full of life, and full of body. Learn the history and science of coffee, one of the world most popular drinks. Visit the Coffee Science Center. See why this unique center is founded in Alentejo. The visit to the Center is a journey through time and space: to know the first myths that relate coffee to the ancient tribes, to travel overseas aboard Portuguese ships or to accompany the smugglers who transported it from Portugal to Spain. Then visit the Adega Mayor, one of the most modern cellars in Europe. Learn from those born with a passion for their craft, and willing to pursue their dreams. Learn how the first of Author's Cellars in Portugal was a surprise with the minimalist building, holding most of their wine production. Come and taste for yourself how their success ensued. 

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