Discover Lisbon as anyone! A stroll through the capital from one end to the other, from modern Parque da Nações, and Lisbon Oceanarium, to the Baixa, the eternal city center. Following along Tagus River we see the Tower of Belem where the Portuguese caravels left towards and Jerónimos Monastery, both UNESCO World Heritage sites and two of “7 Wonders of Portugal”, landmarks of Lisbon for over 500 years. Alfama is the oldest and one of the most typical quarters of Lisbon. Its name derives from the Arabic Al-hamma, meaning fountains or baths. The most spectacular views of Alfama are from the promenade formed between the two sights of the Portas do Sol and Santa Luzia. Over and above Alfama is the hills of São Jorge Castle, fortress and royal palace until the sixteenth century, and the hill of São Vicente. Beyond the castle, the main monuments of the area are the Sé (Cathedral), the Church of Santo Estêvão and the Church of São Vicente de Fora.
The neighborhood is frequented daily by Portuguese and foreign tourists, being regarded as the most visitor friendly area of whole city of Lisbon. It is known for its restaurants and fado houses, as well as the Popular Saints celebrations, especially at night in Santo António, from 12 to 13 June.
– For all. All activities are physically easy.
– Practical and comfortable footwear;
– Loose and comfortable clothes that do not hinder movement;
– Camera to record good times.
Minimum 4 to 8 person – 80€ per person (50 € for children under 10 years)
Entrance fees not included.