Lisbon: Pena Palace, Sintra, Cabo da Roca, & Cascais Daytrip
- Small group
- Pickup available
- Skip the line
Lisbon's colorful history is still evident in its grand monuments and maze of streets that veer between the quaint and rustic. Here are the best places to go on any city walking tour.
Construction on Lisbon's oldest church began in 1147, but once they got started they found it hard to stop! Today the cathedral is a mix of architectural styles added through ages.
Free walking tours are a great way to see Lisbon on a tight budget, and are often surprisingly good! Don't forget, however, that your guide is still trying to make a living. Bring some cash with you in case they deserve a good tip.
Seen Lisbon's sights and ready to taste its delights? Food tours provide a popular way of seeing the city from a local's perspective, taking in a choice of favorite restaurants, food markets, and top-notch wine stores. Or if you're not done with the sightseeing yet, you can even choose a tour that offers both!
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Great experience. Would highly recommend for a relaxed walk (all be it steep hills) and atmosphere. Food was good, and the Faro was excellent. Lovely way to immerse yourself into the history of Faro.
The walking tour with Antonio was great, history, a bit of fun and unusual stories told by a nice local guy. I will definitely sign to another tour with Antonio when I am back in Lisboa.
Pedro was an excellent guide. Very personable. Knows the art work very well. Took very good photos of art work, in the rain, for us too! We highly recommend the tour and Pedro!
Amazing experience. Totally worth it. The most beautiful palace I have ever seen. The guide had a lot of knowledge about the palace.
The guide was absolutely awesome. The tour is really good and informative.