Lisbon: Downtown Walking Tour

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Duration: 2 hours

Departs: portugal, portugal

TicketType: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Free cancellation

Up to 24 hours in advance.


Experience your Lisbon visit with a guided walking tour of Baixa-Chiado tour which focuses on the coolest sights in the city!
Among our intriguing stops are Bertrand Bookstore, namely the oldest bookstore in the world, and Cafe of the Brazilian Lady, one of the city's oldest and most highly reputed cafes. Giving our feet a break, we then board the 19th-century Bica and Gloria Elevators to reach the Bairro Alto neighbourhood. Here, we will find Lisbon's most esteemed cultural spaces, from the National Theatre to the Trinity Theatre. Of course, there are many more scenic vistas to see along our path.

Lisbon is such a multifaceted city that there's always something more to be explored. So, use the app (included in your ticket) to discover delightful walking tours around more of Lisbon's neighbourhoods during the day and at night.

What's Included

English, Spanish, French, Italian and German audio commentary

Free Vox City sightseeing app with 5 self-guided walking tours

Lisbon downtown walking tour

What's Not Included

Entry to Attractions

Public Transportation Tickets

Traveler Information

  • CHILD: Age: 0 - 15
  • ADULT: Age: 16 - 99

Additional Info

  • Service animals allowed
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.

What To Expect

Augusta Street Arch is often thought to represent the grand entryway into the biblical Solomon’s Temple. Standing in a prominent position in Praça do Comércio, all of the symbols on the Arch serve to remember and celebrate the varied history of Portugal while glorifying the rich cultural icons of the land.

• Admission Ticket Free

It is the oldest and longest operating bookstore in the world. It was founded in 1732 by French entrepreneur Pierre Bertrand and has been serving the Chiado neighbourhood in its original location since then.

• Admission Ticket Free

Praca Luis de Camoes
The charming Luís de Camões Square is a pleasant open space embellished with trees and stone benches, featuring grounds adorned with traditional Portuguese paving stones. Sitting at the centre of the square is the Camões Monument, a dignified bronze statue of the famed poet from whom the plaza takes its name.

• Admission Ticket Free

Bairro Alto, Bica & Cais do Sodre
The streets of Bairro Alto buzz with cultural activities, workshops and boutiques. Street art works combine with historical architectures, offering an unusual and engaging mix. At night, amidst the orthogonal streets and the narrow lanes, you can stop in one of the many tascas: family-owned taverns.

• Admission Ticket Free

Convento do Carmo
Devastated by the 1755 earthquake, the majestic Carmo Convent was home to an influential Carmelite congregation. What was once the largest church in Lisbon was never fully rebuilt and now stands as the roofless remains of stone arches and walls.

• Admission Ticket Free

Teatro Nacional Dona Maria II
The Queen Maria II National Theatre is one of Portugal’s most prestigious historical venues. Built in 1450, it was the headquarters of the Portuguese Inquisition and a lodging destination for foreign noblemen visiting the city.

• Admission Ticket Free

Rossio Square
The origins of Rossio extend beyond the 1755 earthquake to the 13th-century. It was formerly the central area that was accessible to all people, despite their social status or wealth. During this era, the square was home to bullfights, public shows and royal declarations alongside representing the stage for public executions during the Inquisition era.

• Admission Ticket Free

Elevador de Santa Justa
The elevator, opened on 190, is one of the most visited buildings of the city. The engineer was inspired by the model of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. In the early years of activity, it was a steam engine operated elevator, later converted to an electrical motor.

• Admission Ticket Free

Teatro da Trindade
Located in the Chiado neighborhood, is one of the oldest theatres still open in the city as it had been built in the mid-19th century.

• Admission Ticket Free

Igreja de Sao Roque
Is the earliest catholic Church estabilished in Portugal and run by Jesuits, a powerful congregation well known for its contribution in education.

• Admission Ticket Free


Already missing Lisbon !!!
MiguelMac24, 25-07-2022
If you are in Lisbon for a day and want to see the outlying areas of this amazing city as well as get a good grounding in the history of the place then this walking tour is for you.

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