Our tour will start at the Restauradores, where the Obelisk and famous Gloria Elevator are located.
Continuing through the historical center of the city - Rossio - and following the Portuguese cobblestone through its narrow streets, we will reach the highest point of Lisbon. In this way, you will know where the legendary 7 hills are.
The sights are many, and we will not miss any: D. Maria II Theater, D. Pedro IV Statue, Santa Justa Elevator, Rua Augusta Triumphal Arch, St. Anthony's Church (where St. Anthony was born and lived ), Lisbon Cathedral, Santa Luzia and Portas do Sol. At Portas do Sol we will stop to admire one of the most beautiful views of the city. You will also be able to see São Vicente (holding the symbol of Lisbon), Alfama (the second oldest district in Europe) and admire the unique tiles of Santa Luzia Church.
As we continue, we will pass the sidewalk stones, in which the face of the famous fado singer, Amália Rodrigues, is drawn. After passing by Villa Sousa and the Graça Church, we will reach the highest point of the city - the Nossa Senhora do Monte Viewpoint - the main viewpoint of the city.
Other points we will pass are: the Church of São Vicente de Fora, Feira da Ladra, Church of Santa Engrácia (National Pantheon), Fado Museum, the narrowest street in Lisbon, The Fountain D'El Rei, House of the Beaks , Cristiano Ronaldo Hotel, Largo do Carmo and the Ruins of the Church and the São Roque Church. We stopped in São Pedro de Alcântara to enjoy the view from the other side of the city.
We followed by the Royal Prince, Estrela Church, Parliament, Bica Elevator, Camões Square, Chiado Square, S. Carlos Theater, S. Luiz Theater, Figueira Square.
We will finish our tour where we started at the Restauradores.
Admission Ticket Free