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Lisbon: 2.5-Hour Hills Tour by Electric Bike

1. Lisbon: 2.5-Hour Hills Tour by Electric Bike

Explore some of the 7 hills of Lisbon by electric bike, and see more than you would on a conventional sightseeing tour. The easy-to-drive electric bikes are eco-friendly and boast a stylish vintage design that will turn heads as you explore the hidden sights of Alfama, Mouraria and Graça, some of the most historic neighborhoods of the Portuguese capital. Cruise up to panoramic observation points, passing antique shops and enchanting restaurants along the way, and get a unique perspective of the city and its people.

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

2. 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 alongside the River Tagus to the Torre Belém, and feast your eyes on the 25th of April Bridge, a symbol of the 25th of April Revolution that put an end to 41 years of dictatorship. Continue past the former thermoelectric plant that is now home to the Electricity Museum, and admire one of the best examples of Industrial architecture in Lisbon. Next, go to the Monument of the Discoveries, built in 1940 for the Exhibition of the Portuguese World. Admire the depictions of Portugal’s “Age of Discoveries,” before looking at the 16th-century fortifications of the Torre Belém, part of a defensive system that protected Lisbon from pirates. Enjoy a quite coffee break away from the tourist traps, before cycling to the 16th-century Monastery of Saint Jerome, one of the finest example of Manueline style architecture in the city. There will be the chance to taste one of the famous Belém custard tartlets in the magnificent gardens, before it’s time to cycle back to the meeting point.

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Lisbon: 7 Hills Half-Day Electric Bike Tour

3. Lisbon: 7 Hills Half-Day Electric Bike Tour

Climb aboard an electric e-bike to make light work of the 7 hills of Lisbon. Considered by many to be too hard for cycling - thanks to its constant ascents and descents - you can contradict that theory, even reaching the highest points of the city. Departing from Rua Cais de Santarém, close to the harbor, head off to sites such as the famous flea market of Feira da Ladra, the monumental church of Panteão Nacional, and the Mannerist Monastery of São Vicente de Fora. Get panoramic views from the terrace of Chão do Loureiro, the Miradouro da Graça viewpoint, and the mirador of Monte Agudo in Penha de França. Your electric motor buzzing, pass the 15th-century Palácio Belmonte and the quaint neighborhood of Vila Berta. Chill out in the Campos Mártires da Pátria and the Jardim do Torel park. And see some of the city’s most iconic sights, including the Sé de Lisboa cathedral, and the Ascensor da Lavra funicular, one of the first vehicles to conquer Lisbon’s hills back in 1884.

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Lisbon: 3-Hour Bike Tour by the River to Belém

4. Lisbon: 3-Hour Bike Tour by the River to Belém

Get ready for a relaxed tour along Lisbon's riverside. Start at the cosmopolitan city center you’ll be able to see the buzz of this beautiful European capital and the levels of tranquility will increase as you advance towards Belém. The entire ride to Belém is along the riverside which means you can expect an extremely pleasant journey full of light, a beautiful landscape, and vibrant city life. If you are interested in history and know about the importance of the Portuguese Discoveries, you will love this neighborhood. Here everything is magnanimous, historical, and sacred. It was from here that many of the great Portuguese explorers embarked on their dangerous and ambitious voyages transforming Portugal in to the first global empire. This is one of the most pleasant tours that can be taken in Lisbon, the perfect combination of tranquility, harmony and landscape contemplation mixed with the busy riverfront esplanades, long green grass fields crowded with musicians, joggers and artists enjoying Lisbon's essence!

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South Lisbon: 3-Hour Christ the King Electric Bike Tour

5. South Lisbon: 3-Hour Christ the King Electric Bike Tour

Explore southern Lisbon on this electric bike tour. Cross the Tagus River, and let your bike take the strain as you climb to the outstretched arms of Christ the King. Meet your group at Largo da Severa 7A for a safety briefing on how the bikes work. Then, bike to the large commercial square of Praça da Figueira, and learn about its mercantile past. Continue along Ruas dos Douradores, passing the site where the poet Fernando Pessoa got the inspiration for his book “Livro do Desassossego.” Admire the ironwork lift of the Santa Justa Elevator en route to Praça Comércio, Lisbon’s largest square. Next, discover the recent developments of Ribeira das Naus, the former shipyard area where many of the Portuguese ships that set sail to discover new worlds were built. Upon arrival at Cais do Sodré, take the orange cacilheiro (ferry) across the River Tagus. Once on the south bank, cycle through the Cais do Ginjal, a former warehouse that used to supply bait and ice to the cod fishing boats of the North Seas. Next, take the Boca do Vento lift to get closer to the statue of Christ the King, or cycle up the hill with no sweat on your electric bike! Enjoy magnificent views of Lisbon and the 25 of April Bridge. After a short coffee break in the botanic gardens of Casa da Cerca, climb to the top of the Sanctuary of Christ the King for the best view of the city. Bike back downhill towards the river, and explore the narrow streets of Almada. Visit the Medieval Museum to see relics of Islamic life in Portugal in the Middle Ages. Then, cross the river again to return to the meeting point and the end of the tour.

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Lisbon: Guided E-Bike Tour to Belém

6. Lisbon: Guided E-Bike Tour to Belém

Begin your 3-hour guided e-bike tour at Praça do Comércio. Ride along the river and head to Belém, where you’ll see some of the monuments to Portuguese history. Stop at the 25th April Bridge and check out the 110-meter-high statue of Christ the King. Continue to the Discoveries Monument, and take a photo stepping across the map of the world. See all the routes taken by the Portuguese when they sailed into the unknown and discovered new lands. Ride to the fortified Belém Tower, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a short walk to the Jerónimos Monastery. Enjoy a Pastel de Belém, a popular local pastry, before riding back to the Praça do Comércio.

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Lisbon: 3-Hour Tour by E-Bike

7. Lisbon: 3-Hour Tour by E-Bike

Discover the beauty of Lisbon and explore the city's highest points comfortably with an e-bike. After a short briefing, start at the marketplace and cycle towards the viewpoint of São Pedro de Alcântara, passing the Portuguese Parliament. Continue along the Avenida da Liberdade and take a look at the finest and most expensive shops in Lisbon. Afterwards, discover the area around the Castelo de São Jorge and enjoy a fantastic view of the city from the famous Miradouro das Portas do Sol. Drive down towards the historic Alfama Quarter and finally reach the starting point of the tour at Handelsplatz.

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Lisbon: Downtown E-Bike Guided Tour

8. Lisbon: Downtown E-Bike Guided Tour

Enjoy your 3-hour e-bike tour through Lisbon! You will leave from near to Praça do Comércio, where you will be told how to operate the e-bikes. Then travel along the river and listen to the amazing history of the Portuguese sailors.  Then explore Downtown Lisbon, the Convento do Carmo and the Bairro alto quarter, where you will ride through the narrow streets and have the opportunity to meet the local people.  Ride to Adamastor and São pedro Alcantara where you can have an impressive view of the greatest points of Lisbon.  You will be amazed by the fantastic sights of Lisbon. Along the way you will have the opportunity to taste a ginginha, a typical Portuguese liqueur.

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Central Lisbon 3-Hour Guided E-Bike Tour

9. Central Lisbon 3-Hour Guided E-Bike Tour

This tour was designed to provide the best biking experience possible in central Lisbon so you can discover the Portuguese capital in a safe, fun, and eco-friendly way. Ride from the top of Eduardo VII Park, one of the best viewpoints of Lisbon. Cruise on your e-bike through Baixa-Chiado, Marquês de Pombal, and Avenida da Liberdade, the heart of the city and the main shopping and banking district, completely rebuilt after the earthquake of 1755. Admire its elegant squares, pedestrianized streets, cafes, and shops. Venture to Príncipe Real, one of the most interesting spots in the city. See the romantic park near Bairro Alto, where you’ll find lots of boutiques, traditional antique shops, art galleries, and colorful historical buildings. Travel along the picturesque bike lane that overlooks the Tagus River, passing by Time Out Market. Your guide will provide historical information in a simple and relaxed way. Hear engaging stories and little-known facts about the capital city. Your questions are more than welcome.

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Sintra - Cascais: 6-Hour Electric Bike Tour from Lisbon

10. Sintra - Cascais: 6-Hour Electric Bike Tour from Lisbon

Embark on a 6-hour electric bike tour with 4 different modes of assistance, making climbing the Sintra mountain a lot easier, even for those used to a sedentary lifestyle. The tour begins with a briefing on how the bikes work, at Martim Moniz Square in central Lisbon. You’ll then head to Rossio station to catch the train for Sintra. During the train trip you’ll have time to let your guide know if you’d like to visit some of the palaces along the way or if you just want to cycle. When you arrive in Sintra, you can visit the National Palace if you like. Most of your cycling tour takes place within the natural park of Sintra-Cascais. You’ll have the option of visiting Quinta da Regaleira, built between 1904 and 1910, and a place renowned for its symbolism, magic, and mystery. Shortly after you’ll pass by Seteais, a former 18th-century palace that is now a 5-star hotel.   Continue your trip along roads flanked by majestic groves until you reach the entrance of Monserrate Park and Palace, one of the most beautiful creations in the Portuguese Romanticism style. Arrive at Colares, a place that’s well known for its vineyards. Continue on to Penedo village, where you’ll enjoy breathtaking views from the atrium of the church, before cycling on to Urgueira village. Take a break for lunch in Azóia village, where you’ll find a great variety of restaurants. With renewed energy, continue your tour through an ancient forest and make your way up to the Peninha Sanctuary, located at 488 meters above sea level. From here, you’ll have a panoramic view of the Espichel Cape and Arrábida, to the south, Carvoeiro Cape and Berlengas, to the north, and the entire Sintra mountain to the north-east. Returning to the centre of Sintra, you’ll cycle downhill and have one last look at Pena Palace, an important monument of the Portuguese Romanticism movement. You’ll be traveling with an informative and helpful guide, as passionate about beloved Sintra as about cycling.  Alternatively, go down to Guincho wild beach – with its never-ending dunes and typical winds that are so treasured by windsurf lovers – until you reach the bicycle path to Cascais. Return to Lisbon through the beautiful town of Cascais by train where you will have one of the most amazing views over the Portuguese coast.

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What people are saying about Lisbon Metropolitan Area

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 978 reviews

This tour was a great way of exploring Lisbon! The guide took us from the meeting point, all the way to Belem Tower. We stopped at all the points of interest where the guide would tell us the history behind them and allowed us to stop long enough to take pictures. We also had a stop at the timeout market where he brought us 'Pasteis de Nata' pastries (there was an option to taste a type of alcohol but we don't drink). It was a three hour ride but it passed by so fast so if you are in Lisbon, I would highly recommend this tour!

They were more than accommodating for the young and old that were on the tour. Very friendly and knowledgeable of the Lisbon area and beyond. We made many stops and shared Ginja cocktail at a local shop. Stopped at Belem and stopped at a famous pastry shop to eat the original Pastéis de Nata with sugar and cinnamon that our guide told us was the best and it was! This was a fantastic tour and our party highly recommends you take this tour whether on bike or the Tuk Tuk!

Xavier Martins was out guide and we thoroughly enjoyed both the ride and treat at the end. You will definitely enjoy the bike ride with him as he takes you through some of the most beautiful parts of Belem. If you love conversations as well as details about a particular place / monument, Xavier is your guy.

Daniel was a fantastic guide. He knew everything about Lisbon, took us off the beaten track and was mindful of the slippy roads. Bikes were brand new and very easy to handle. 10/10 and highly recommended, excellent value. (Dublin, Ireland)

Good tour. It combines sightseeing, history and exercise.