Lisbon city of Seven Hills with its famous typical neighborhoods located next to the Tagus River where you can find the famous Torre de Belém, built in the early 16th century is an example of the Portuguese architectonic style, the Manueline.
Then a stop at the Pattern of Discoveries, where the Portuguese caravels set out to explore and negotiate with India and the Orient. The monument celebrates the Portuguese Era of Discoveries, in the 15th and 16th centuries.
The Jeronimos Monastery is a World Heritage and one of the symbols in which Portuguese power and wealth are evident during the Discoveries, inside you can see the tombs of Luís de Camões and Vasco da Gama.
In Rossio you can visit Lisbon Cathedral (Sé de Lisboa), it is a Roman Catholic parish church, the oldest church in the city. Ascent to the elevator of Santa Justa built in 1900, made of iron and wood, it’s the best point of view of Lisbon, it offers a fantastic view of the Graça district.
The Castle of St. George, dating from the X – XI centuries, was conquered by the Moors by D. Afonso Henriques in 1147, it’s an emblematic monument of Lisbon.
Please bring your passport or identity card. Participants aged 65 and over receive a discount on admission fees to museums and monuments. Remember to wear comfortable shoes.
- What Is Included- Private tour driver
- Wi-Fi in the car
- Parking fees
- What Is Not Included- Tickets
- Any particular demands