Lisbon: Portuguese Petiscos Tasting Tour by E-Bike

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3 hours
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What You'll Do
  • Taste some of the traditional "petiscos" of Portugal at historic markets
  • Explore the riverside and waterfront neighborhoods of Lisbon by electric bike
  • Go to the renovated Ribeira Market to sample food recommended by top chefs
  • Discover the Pombaline Downtown in the city center
  • Cycle the pedestrianized Nova de Carvalho
  • Visit old, renovated, and new spaces in Lisbon
Explore the culture of the Portuguese “petiscos” by electric bike on a 3-hour tasting tour of Lisbon. Stop to taste different examples of the small bites at historic markets. Cruise along the banks of the river and Ribeira das Naus waterfront promenade.
What to Expect
Combine 2 activities in one tour on a food tasting tour of Lisbon by electric bike. Discover some of the Portuguese capital’s most enchanting areas, while exploring the food culture of the Portuguese “petiscos.”

The petiscos are small portions of food that can make a full meal when served with rice or a salad. The list of petiscos is endless, but popular examples include salads of peppers, watercress, codfish, fish spawn, and pig ear; Bolhão Pato clams; Peixinhos da Horta (deep fried battered green beans); snails; shrimp stuffed patties; Pipis (chicken giblets stewed in a rich tomato, garlic and onion sauce); hot pork sandwiches; and the famous Pastéis de Bacalhau made with codfish.

Meet your guide at a central location for a short briefing on how to use the bike. Then, glide off to taste ancient recipes that have been creatively adapted for more modern tastes. Go to the renovated Ribeira Market to find an abundance of traditional stalls selling fish, fruit, vegetables, and flowers. A separate area features more than 30 restaurants where you can taste petiscos recommended by highly regarded chefs.

You will also discover the pedestrianized Nova de Carvalho (also known as “Pink Street”), known for its pubs and clubs, and named by the New York Times as one of Europe’s best streets. Continue to the renovated Ribeira das Naus waterfront promenade, where many of Portugal’s ships were built during the 16th century “Age of Discoveries.”

Enter the Pombaline Downtown, rebuilt after the devastating earthquake of 1755, and explore wide streets full of restaurants and coffee shops, many of which have been there for centuries. Continue to the bohemian Chiado neighborhood for a 3rd petiscos tasting, before cycling through the historic Bairro Alto to experience 500 years of history and your 4th and last tasting experience.
What's Included
  • Guide
  • Electric bike rental
  • 4 tastings
What's Not Included
  • Transfers to and from the meeting point
Meeting Point

Praça do Comércio, next to the statue of King D. José I in the middle of the plaza.

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