With this tour you get to know the full history of Lisbon since 3000 years ago until the main events of the XXI century. We will see the highlights and the top attractions of its unique downtown, the best viewpoints of the seven hills, talk about culture, literature and politics. It's the best way to understand the portuguese people and the evolution of a country once conqueror of the world that turned into Europe's best well-kept secret.

It includes:
  • All downtown area
  • Best sightseeing points
  • Historical monuments, churches and ruins
  • Full Lisbon history
  • Top tips on saving money and avoiding tourist traps

  • Around 3h

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Alfama is one of the oldest districts in Europe and the former red light district of Lisbon. Surviving the great earthquake of 1755, Alfama keeps relics of the Arabic occupation in the 8th century, roman ruins and monuments regarding the foundation of Portugal 900 years ago! This maze-like little village inside the center of Lisbon will transport you to a simpler time where kids play on the streets, neighbors get together on a daily basis, doors are unlocked and where the cars don't fit. Come wander this lost in time streets with a home made ginjinha, find the birthplace of fado or just chat around a portuguese glass of wine and cheese platter.

It includes:

  • Cathedral of Lisbon
  • The castle of Lisbon
  • Labyrinth of old Alfama streets
  • History of Alfama
  • History of fado


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Meet Your Guide

Rita is a Portuguese actress who traveled the world and returned in love with Lisbon. A History buff, Rita started working as a tour guide for different companies and now decided to go solo to finally be able to provide unique tours to unique travelers - no tourist traps, no big groups, no commissioned restaurants or souvenirs, no surprise costs, just the experience of feeling like a local in Lisbon.