Popular Electric Bike Tours in Belem Tower
Our most recommended Belem Tower Electric Bike Tours
1. Lisbon: Guided E-Bike Tour to Belém
Begin your 3-hour guided e-bike tour at Praça do Comércio. Ride along the river and head to Belém, where you’ll see some of the monuments to Portuguese history. Stop at the 25th April Bridge and check out the 110-meter-high statue of Christ the King. Continue to the Discoveries Monument, and take a photo stepping across the map of the world. See all the routes taken by the Portuguese when they sailed into the unknown and discovered new lands. Ride to the fortified Belém Tower, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a short walk to the Jerónimos Monastery. Enjoy a Pastel de Belém, a popular local pastry, before riding back to the Praça do Comércio.
2. Lisbon: Nighttime E-Bike Tour
Discover the hilly city of Lisbon with ease on a brand-new e-bike. Experience all the fun of riding a bicycle, with the electric engine giving you a push on the hardest parts of the way. On-board your bike, explore Lisbon by night as the city gains a new perspective. All you have to do is choose which area you would like to discover. You could enjoy a tour of Alfama. Enjoy a ride through the city's most authentic cafés and restaurants, which are only beginning to open their doors. You will also cycle through the atmospheric Fado houses. As you cross the labyrinthic streets of the Old Town, listen to Fado sounds coming from the restaurants and local's houses. Alternatively, head to Belém and discover the area's vast array of historic monuments and impressive museums, all lit up by the night sky. It is in this area that you will find the famous Pastel de Belem pastries. You will also hav...
3. Lisbon: E-Bike Tour
See Lisbon on brand-new e-bikes, tailor-made for the hilly city. Enjoy the universal fun of riding a bicycle, with the electric engine giving you a push on the hardest parts of the way. See Belém, known as the historic district of the Age of Discovery and the sensational architecture of the Tower of Belem and Jerónimos Monastery (both World Heritage Sites). This is also Lisbon's museum district, with the one-of-a-kind Coaches Museum filled with royal fairy-tale vehicles, the Berardo Museum showcasing a world-class collection of international contemporary and modern art, and the iconic MAAT. Despite all these attractions, it's a pastry shop that receives the most visitors. At Antiga Confeitaria de Belém. you may devour one or several of Lisbon's famous custard tarts that originated on this site, and that are still unlike any others found around the country, made here from a secret rec...
4. Lisbon: Go Tejo 3-Hour Electric Bike Tour
Explore Lisbon on a unique 3-hour tour with an electric bike. The city may seem small at first glance, but you'll soon realize that using a bike will maximize your time and the ground you cover. Ride along the waterfront, seeing many of the sites the city has to offer. Your guide will lead the way, pointing out places of importance and explaining their cultural and historical significance. Visit some of the main city squares, including Praça do Comércio and Praça do Império. At the latter, stop off to visit the UNESCO World Heritage sites of late-Gothic Jerónimos Monastery and the nearby Belém Tower, designed in the Portuguese Manueline style. You'll also learn about the exploration of the Portuguese when you visit the imposing Monument to the Discoveries. Find out about the artistic tradition in Lisbon when you pass by the Belém Cultural Center. Then see Cais do Sodré, a train statio...
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