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Private Tour: Lisbon Walking Tour
"Meet your guide in central Lisbon and set off on your private walking tour of this fascinating city.Stop first in Rossio Square (Praça do Rossio) Lisbon’s main meeting place since the Middle Ages. Gaze at the fountains and buildings and admire the 19th-century black and white wave-shaped mosaics that cover the square.Walk to Restauradores Square (Praça dos Restauradores) where a 98-foot (30-meter) high obelisk commemorates Portugal’s independence from Spain in 1640. Here take in the art deco Eden Theatre building 18th-century Foz Palace and Liberdade Avenue the 19th-century boulevard that is Lisbon’s main lifeblood.Also
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Private City Tour in Lisbon
"Enjoy a fantastic day of sightseeing in the open air and sunshine visiting historical sites in Lisbon. A local guide will pick you up at your hotel and your day begins with breakfast at Pastel de Belém. See majestic structures of the Jeronimos Monastery the Monument to the Discoveries and Belem Tower.Travel through the city's unique neighborhoods: Lisbon Baixa (a chic district with incredible architecture) Chiado Alfama (the oldest district in Lisbon) Parque das Nações or drive through the city center to behold Parque Eduardo VII. The Lisbon Cathedral (Lisbon's oldest church) and São Jorge Castle make for lovely stops as well. With the option to customize your own itinerary this sightseeing adventure ""Tour the magnificent city of Lisbon and discover the history and culture within. See historical sites such as Belem Tower and drive through the unique neighborhoods of the city.
From EUR40.00
Lisbon Private Full Day Sightseeing Tour
"This is the best tour to discover Lisbon. It covers the most important sights of the city visiting Lisbon downtown Belém the factory of 'pasties de Belém' Jeronimos monastery and much more!In the afternoon the tour will end by visiting the old areas of Lisbon and Parque das Nacoes.These are the main highlights that you will see in your tour:Eduard the VII Park Marquês de Pombal
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Lisbon has an excellent, clean and cheap underground transport system. The system was relatively simple and painless, and all the staff I encountered spoke English and were very helpful. But the...
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Dec 02, 2016

Getting around the city quickly and cheaply

I was very impressed by Lisbon's metro system during my visit in September 2016. Back in 2012 on my previous visit, I walked a lot around the Portuguese capital and did not use the underground metro...
Oct 03, 2016

The metro

The metro in Lisbon has four lines. Each of these are colour coded, as in other cities. It doesn' t cover the whole city, but it is useful to reach places which are quite far from where you are. You...
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Sep 09, 2016

Metro Oriente station

The metro station Estacao de Oriente, has been built in 1998 and it was the main terminus of the world exposition held in the city in the same year. The modern station was designed by the Spanish...
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Jul 02, 2016


Depending on your needs, you have many possibilities to choose the right ticket.Em função das suas necessidades, tem várias possibilidades de escolher o bilhete certoBilhete simples - Single one way...
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Apr 01, 2016

Long way up

Just wanted to advise other VT travellers to Lisbon that the way out of the Baixa-Chiado metro station involves 4 very long sets of escalators and a flight of stairs. Good idea to take the lift even...
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Mar 20, 2014


The Metro system in Lisbon isn’t extensive, and is more used by residents than by visitors, but it can be useful for some trips as well as journeys to and from the airport. We used it a few years ago...
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Apr 21, 2013

By subway to the city centre

Starting tomorrow (July 17, 2012), it'll be easier to get to the city centre by public transportation. Up till now, people had to use the bus or take a taxi when leaving the airport, but finally the...
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Jul 16, 2012

Explore Lisbon by metro

Lisbon's metro network consists of four colour-coded lines (blue, yellow, green and red). The first parts of the metro were inaugurated in 1959 and since then the network has always been extended....
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Sep 27, 2011

Metro in Lisbon

Lisbon metro is great way for fast and easy traveling around city. There ate 4 lines. Price of ticket is about average compared to other countries. Metro stations are very clean and it is easy to...
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Aug 11, 2011

Lisbon metro

Lisbon subway is modern, clean and efficient. It runs from 6:30 am to 01:00 am. Many of its station are decorated with contemporary art. Important stops in metro are:Cais do Sodre: if you want to...
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Jul 25, 2011

Little Green Card

The first photo shows the Lisbon Metro Card, you purchase this from a machine at the entrance to the Metro station (before you go through the turnstile of course). The card can be purchased and reused...
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Jun 29, 2011
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Things to Do Near Lisbon

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Castelo de São Jorge

The castle Sao Jorge has been built by the Moors in the mid 11th century, it was the last defensive stronghold of people who resided in the citadel: the Moorish governor(his palace was nearby) and the...
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Igreja de São Vicente de Fora

High up in the Alfalma district, you'll find the Igreja de São Vicente de Fora. The monastery is dedicated to Lisbon's patron saint, Saint Vincent, whose relics were brought here from the Algarve in...
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Feira da Ladra - Thieves Market

Lisbon's flea market is called locally the Feira da Ladra or "Thieves’ Market" (in the original Portuguese, it is a woman thief!). A market of this type is thought to have been in place in Lisbon...
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Casa do Alentejo

Right on the busiest, most touristic street in downtown Lisbon called Ruas Portas de San Antao, just above Rossio square, the same street lined by restaurants with those big fish tanks and glass...
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Teatro Nacional D. Maria II

You can visit the theatre every Monday morning at 11:30 a.m, there are visits in foreign languages. In the guided visits you can check the historical and artistic patrimony of the theatre. The price...
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Sé de Lisboa Cathedral - Igreja de Santa Maria Maior

The cathedral of Lisbon, the Se, is one of the oldest building of the city. Originally it has been built in 1150 century after the city had been reconquered by the Moors during the second crusade....
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