Visite guidée à pied Le meilleur de Lisbonne
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Arrêt à: Rossio Square, Lisbonne 1100-026 Portugal
La place Rossio ou Praça do Rossio, officiellement appelée la Praça de D. Pedro IV, est le centre névralgique de Lisbonne. La place est située dans le quartier de Baixa.
Durée: 10 minutes
Passe devant: Avenida da Liberdade, Lisbonne Portugal
La plus chère et la plus en vue des avenues de Lisbonne.
Arrêt à: Praca dos Restauradores, Avenida da Liberdade, Lisbonne 1250-188 Portugal
La place est dédiée à la restauration de l'indépendance du Portugal en 1640, après 60 ans de domination espagnole. L'obélisque au milieu de la place, inauguré en 1886, porte le nom et les dates des batailles qui ont eu lieu pendant la guerre de Restauration portugaise, en 1640.
Durée: 5 minutes
Arrêt à: Igreja de São Domingos ( Santa Justa e Rufina ), Largo de Sao Domingos, Lisbonne 1150-320 Portugal
Église située sur la place São Domingos.
Durée: 5 minutes
Arrêt à: Chiado, Lisbonne Portugal
L'un des quartiers les plus emblématiques de Lisbonne.
Durée: 10 minutes
Arrêt à: Rua Augusta Satna Maria Maior, Lisbonne Portugal
L'une des principales rues du centre-ville de Lisbonne
Durée: 5 minutes
Arrêt à: Sé de Lisboa ( Igreja de Santa Maria Maior ), Largo da Se, Lisbonne 1100-585 Portugal
La cathédrale de Lisbonne, souvent appelée la Sé, est une église catholique romane située à Lisbonne. La plus ancienne église de la ville. Depuis le début de la construction de la cathédrale, en l'anb1147, le bâtiment a été modifié plusieurs fois et a survécu à de nombreux tremblements de terre. Aujourd'hui, c'est un mélange de différents styles architecturaux. Il a été classé monument national en 1910.
Durée: 10 minutes
Arrêt à: Alfama, Lisbonne Portugal
L'un des plus anciens quartiers de Lisbonne. Bien connu pour la musique Fado
Durée: 20 minutes
Passe devant: King Jose I Statue, Pracio del Comercio, Lisbonne Portugal
Joseph Ier, « Le Réformateur », a été roi du Portugal du 31 juillet 1750 jusqu'à sa mort. Entre autres activités, Joseph consacrait son temps à la chasse et à l'opéra. En effet, il a rassemblé l'une des plus grandes collections de partitions d'opéra d'Europe.
Arrêt à: Praca do Comercio (Terreiro do Paco), Avenida Infante Dom Henrique 1C, Lisbonne 1100-053 Portugal
La Praça do Comércio - place du Commerce est située dans la ville de Lisbonne, au Portugal. Situé près du Tage, la place est toujours communément appelée Terreiro do Paço parce que c'est là que se tenait le Paços da Ribeira (palais royal Ribeira) jusqu'à ce qu'il soit détruit par le grand tremblement de terre de Lisbonne en 1755. Après le tremblement de terre, la place a été entièrement remodelée dans le cadre de la reconstruction du centre-ville style pombalin.
Durée: 10 minutes
- Guide local
- Pâtisserie Pastel de nata
- Dégustation de vin et tapas
- Repas et boissons, sauf mention contraire
- Transfert depuis et vers l'hôtel
- Entrée dans les musées et monuments
- Billet pour le tramway d'époque
- Vous recevrez la confirmation lors de la réservation.
- La plupart des voyageurs peuvent participer
- Non accessible aux personnes à mobilité réduite
- Ce circuit/cette activité accepte 16 voyageurs maximum
Anna was wonderful! She was expressive, kind, generous with her time, knowledgeable, and so personable. We enjoyed it immensely. We got in a lot of steps! We love the stops with food. And she was wonderful. It gave us a beautiful feel Of Lisbon. Thank you!
Pedro was our tour guide who’s extensive historical knowledge helped bring the streets of Lisbon alive with his amusing anecdotes, his interlinked narratives and clever callbacks. The walk was taken at a casual pace and the use of elevators, not normally publicised in the standard guidebooks made negotiating the hills of Lisbon that much easier. The food and drink tastings which included the famous Pastel de maya pastry, Ginja liquor plus wine and tapa, made our walk around the districts of Baixa, Bairro Alto and Alfama a most pleasant one. Highly recommended.
Our tour guide Ricardo is knowledgeable and so fun and pleasant. Highly recommending this tour especially when you first arrive Lisbon so that you have an overview before start exploring on your iwn
Tiago was a fantastic energetic passionate and knowledgeable tour guide. The tour was informative and Tiago went above and beyond to provide the insights of Lisbon. More importantly he showed us the hidden gems of Lisbon - Alfama Tappas and green wine ;Fado and the architecture The entire Canadian family enjoyed it throughly - highly highly recommend this tour !!! A big thank you!!!
My wife and I have been on numerous tours throughout Europe and the Americas. The Best of Lisbon Walking Tour lead by Joanna was the best tour we've taken. And we've taken some good ones! Her overview of the history of Lisbon and Portugal, ability to answer specific and general questions, where with all to provide a positive experience for the entire group is what made it the best. Plus she is very funny! Can't recommend it enough.
Walking tour with Joana was great! We learned a lot about Lisbon and she also gave us great tips on getting around Lisbon and where to go on our own.
Very comprehensive walking tour of Lisbon which covered all the major sights. The guide was very knowledgeble not only about the area but also the history. Wear comforable shoes as you walk for over three hours and Lisbon is a VERY hilly city.
We thoroughly enjoyed this tour (Mon afternoon 15th July). We had high expectations and they were easily exceeded. Our guide Daniela Varela was excellent. Dani has a comprehensive and intimate understanding of the history and culture of her city, and conveyed this with a contagious enthusiasm. And she instilled a comfortable atmosphere into the group of random strangers with conversation happening easily. I highly recommend this tour.
Ricardo was thoroughly knowledgeable and professional. His encyclopedic memory of dates and occurrences in Portuguese history gave us neophytes on the tour a context in which to assimilate a great deal of information. He was considerate, patient, and took time answering all questions asked. I would recommended this company in a heartbeat!
We did this tour on the day we landed and we was great to walk around and understand where everything was. It was 33 degrees when we did the tour and wished it was a but cooler but that didn't stop us enjoying it. We covered a lot of places in that 3 hours (Chaido/Baixa...alfama....etc) and time flew by
Ines was a fenomenal guide! She took us to all the most see monuments and also to the real Lisbon! I highly recomend doing this tour
We missed doing this tour the first day, and the company was kind enough to let us join another tour the next day. It's quite long and involves some walking uphill, so I was glad we didn't do it while suffering from jet lag. But it's comprehensive--we learned a lot about both Lisbon and Portugal, got a sense of the whole city, and our tour guide was effervescent.
We arrived at 5:30AM from Boston. The guided tour(10:00) was a nice introduction to Lisbon. Miguel, our guide, provided the local history of areas in Lisbon and was attentive to the needs of the group.
Our tour was very enjoyable. Pedro was a knowledgeable and kind tour guide. We saw a lot of great sites. Food tastings were good. Did this on our first full day in Lisbon. Learn a lot of meaningful and important facts that help us better appreciate all the art / buildings we see.
Daniela was our tour guide. She was great, very informative, patient with all of the group members. She gave us recommendations for restaurants, souvenir shops, what to avoid, etc. Overall an excellent experience to explore this beautiful city! Highly recommended
We took this tour at the start of our visit to Lisbon so that we would get an overview of the city. Our guide Pedro was superb. He was friendly and full of knowledgeable enthusiasm for his home city. We were given a clear history of the area and major events which have shaped its development. A Portugese tart, cheese, ham and a drink were included making the whole thing not just very entertaining but great value for money. We would thoroughly recommend this tour.
Our tour guide Helder was amazing!! Very informative with plenty of details, dates, facts about the country's history and knowledgeable. We walked for several hours in central Lisbon, the neighborhood of Alfama, as Helder described what we were seeing. Try to get him if you can!! Well worth it.
This was a very enjoyable experience. Our guide, Rossanna, is not native to irrigate bit was very knowledgeable and insightful. The tour included a couple of stops along the way for treats too!
Worth the time! Our tour guide was great.
This was an excellent tour that was well worth the money. Great information, good itinerary, good food samples