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Lisbon: Local Market, Food, and Culture Walking Tour

1. Lisbon: Local Market, Food, and Culture Walking Tour

Starting in Chiado, get ready to feel the 19th century Lisbon and it's classic cafés. Try the original Bica, Lisbon's local espresso. After this, don't miss the opportunity to delight your tastebuds with a delicious Portuguese Pastel de Nata — a custard tart to die. Going towards the riverfront you'll get to know the biggest market in Lisbon, the Mercado da Ribeira. It's one of the trendiest spots in the city, with some of the best Portuguese restaurants. On the way, you'll see the great contrast between the traditional tascas and the posh modern restaurants of Lisbon. You will wander around downtown to see some of the most iconic buildings and locations, but don’t worry you will continue to stop often to eat. Of course, you can’t miss a Ginjinha (liqueur) but you have many other surprises in store for you on this unforgettable tour around the heart of Lisbon. Last but not least, you'll finish with a traditional Bifana (pork sandwich) or an alternative option.

Lisbon: Private Food Tour – 10 Tastings with Locals

2. Lisbon: Private Food Tour – 10 Tastings with Locals

Eat your way through Lisbon's culinary scene on a private food tour. Go on a delicious journey as you try 10 of the best food items beloved by the locals: from savory to sweet and local drinks; this tour leaves every foodie satisfied. Enjoy a bite of the ultimate classics Pastel de Nata and Pasteis de Bacalhau and taste them in their authentic, local flavor. Each tasting is typical of the local cuisine and hand-picked by your local guide passionate about food.  Visit Miradouro Sao Pedro de Alcantara, Largo do Chiado, and Se Cathedral, plus other remarkable spots in between food stops, and learn about their history and cultural relevance from your knowledgeable guide. 

Lisbon: 3-Hour Portuguese History & Flavors Food & Wine Tour

3. Lisbon: 3-Hour Portuguese History & Flavors Food & Wine Tour

Start your walking tour as you head to the downtown to an intriguing and hidden house where you will be able to discover all the secrets of the Alentejo region and try a typical meat plate. Next, follow your guide uphill, giving you a small break with beautiful legends and details about the city, arriving at the Bairro Alto where you will be introduced to a typical soup to be found in every Portuguese table in times of festivities, invented in the Minho region and spread throughout the country. To finish your lovely walk and exploration of tastes and culture, discover a special codfish dish invented by one of the inhabitants in the Bairro Alto. Find out more during your walking tour on this amazing and tasteful excursion.

Taste the Flavor of Lisbon on an Electric Bike

4. Taste the Flavor of Lisbon on an Electric Bike

Visiting Lisbon is already an adventure, now imagine, cycling through it on on an electric bike! Join this Delicious food tour and drink a coffee at the same table as Fernando Pessoa did, one of the most celebrated Portuguese writers. Enjoy the famous Belém custard pies, which some say are the best part of the city or ride over the hills and try one of the most typical Portuguese snacks, the codfish pastries. Cheer up with a Portuguese beer in one of the most amazing sightseeing tours. Explore the Tagus river, eat the famous "pastel de bacalhau", our bifana or the beloved Açorda. These will be some of the tasteful things you will encounter on this tour. Get lost in the maze of Alfama district to have wine and get acquainted with the city in a very intimate way! Bike side by side with the locals and embark on this gastronomic quest, riding your electric bike and discovering the history of Portuguese cuisine. Take advantage of this delicious tour to visit Lisbon and its people the authentic way in an unforgettable adventure of honest tastes, flavors and colors!

Lisbon: Baixa & Mouraria Food Tasting Tour

5. Lisbon: Baixa & Mouraria Food Tasting Tour

On this 3.5-hour culinary walking and tasting tour, head away from the crowds to traditional restaurants that are loved and frequented by the locals themselves. As you walk the backstreets of Baixa and Mouraria, your local guide will regale you with fascinating facts and stories about the sites you pass. Have a much more meaningful understanding of the city than you’ll get from the guidebooks. Explore the historical center and commercial heart of Lisbon, Baixa. Admire its Neoclassical architecture, designer boutiques, and cobbled streets lined with bars and restaurants. Just a short walk away is Lisbon’s most multicultural neighborhood of Mouraria, the birthplace of fado music. As one of only two districts to survive the great earthquake, Mouraria offers layers of history and a rare snapshot of local life. Discover the favorite hangover food of locals. Sit down for pesticos at a cozy tasca, a traditional tavern, and enjoy authentic food and culture at a fado house. Not only will you try typical Portuguese dishes, but you’ll also discover some surprising international influences on the country’s cuisine. During this tour get VIP access to a Michelin starred chef at a local Fado house, with a food tasting made exclusively for you. Join this tour to dive beneath the surface of Portuguese culture. You’ll arrive as a curious traveler and leave feeling like a well-fed local.

Lisbon: Go Taste Electric Bike Tour

6. Lisbon: Go Taste Electric Bike Tour

Visiting Lisbon is already an adventure – now imagine cycling and eating your way through the city. Start off with a taste of the famous pastel de nata (custard tart) at one of the city's oldest pastry shops.  Quench your thirst with a Portuguese beer at a spectacular viewpoint overlooking the Tagus river. Sample a traditional pastel de bacalhau (codfish pastry), along with ginginha de Óbidos (sour cherry liqueur).  Learn about the foods that residents here eat every day, discover the history of Portuguese cuisine, and burn a few calories as you bike with the locals.  


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What people are saying about Lisbon Metropolitan Area

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4.8 / 5

based on 5 reviews

The tour was great! We tasted original portuguese food, which was delicisous, and the same time got a lot of information about the areas and the city! Our guide Nuno Miguel was fantastic! We can only advise you to take this tour to learn more about Lisbon and taste it through its food!

Love the experience, had the tour to just 2 people even better. Plus you learn a little history along the way. Highly recommend!

We loved it. Nuno was a terrific guide, and his English was fine. Not too much walking, which I quite liked.

Nice and friendly guide! It was a cool walk through the city and we ended on a restaurant with a great view.

Very friendly guide who gave us all the little tips to get to know the city well