From EUR 120
Lisbon is Europe’s second oldest capital city. Founded in 1200BC it is a story so old its origins are shrouded in mystery. What we do know is that the city’s earliest occupation was in the Alfama. This is the site of Lisbon’s earliest places of worship, the heart of Rome’s occupation, the center of the Moorish city and its Christian reconquest, and one of the few areas to survive the earthquake of 1755.
Our walking tour will wind through the vertiginous streets of Alfama, a far cry from the orderly grid of the downtown Baixa, taking in some of its most important sites. This is more than just a historical tour, this is an anthropological look into the very heart of what makes Lisbon so uniquely special.
we will see St. Georges castle (exterior), Lisbon’s Sé Cathedral, we will talk about the history of Fado, see the spectacular Miradouros looking down onto the glistening Rio Tejo and much more.
This is more than just a historical tour, this is an anthropological look in the very heart of what makes Lisbon so uniquely special.
Duration: 2.5 to 3 hours
Cost: €120 for groups of 1-4people. Additional tickets can be purchased at €15 per person
Please Email or phone the office to confirm availability when booking less than 2 days in advance of your trip.