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Lisbon: Sunset Tour with Music and a Drink

1. Lisbon: Sunset Tour with Music and a Drink

Embark on a sunset experience along Lisbon's Tagus River. Spot iconic sights such as Christ the King and the 25th of April Bridge, as well as the elegant Belém Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries. Enjoy a drink included in the price of the ticket and unwind with onboard music. Relax on the catamaran's 2 nets or dance on the onboard dance floor. Snap pictures of the unique architecture of the Electricity Museum and enjoy the colors of the sunset reflected on the water. At the end of the tour, return to Ribeira das Naus Quay.

Lisbon: Pub and VIP Club Crawl

2. Lisbon: Pub and VIP Club Crawl

Discover Lisbon's nightlife scene with the help of local guides, and get to know fellow travelers from around the world. Take part in Lisbon’s first and biggest pub crawl, visiting 3 clubs and bars throughout the night. Start the night with an hour of unlimited free beer or sangria to get the party started. Then enjoy exclusive discounts on cocktails. Meet party-loving travelers from all over the world as you visit different bars with different types of music. Visit 3 bars in Bairro Alto, the most iconic nightlife district in Lisbon, and finish your night with free entry to a local club. You will be led by at least 2 local identified guides, who will provide you with a great introduction to the local nightlife.

Lisbon: Food and Wine Walking Tour

3. Lisbon: Food and Wine Walking Tour

Enjoy the flavors of the Portuguese cuisine in Lisbon’s traditional places. The guide will give you lots of insider tips for wine, petiscos, food, fado, and good company. Learn about the importance of coffee in Portuguese culture. Find out about Lisbon’s great cafés, such as the 18th-century café Nicola (this café was opened in 1787 by an Italian man, one of Lisbon’s most literary cafés and a place for tertúlias), and discover where you can find another coffee landmark in the city. Try the famous Portuguese codfish cake with a glass of refreshing green wine. Learn about the historical center of the city which is full of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. Take a look at all the delicious and exotic products on display at an old gourmet shop, from dried, salted Bacalhau – now one of Portugal´s most traditional dishes — to the sausages, hams, and cheeses, and learn all their secrets. Learn the history of Port, Portugal’s famous fortified wine, and then try it with the delicious São Jorge Cheese. Visit one of the most famous Tascas in Lisbon, where you´ll taste a typical Bifana (pork sandwich) watered down with a cold draft beer. Learn the history of Ginjinha, the favorite liqueur of many Portuguese, considered the drink of Lisbon, and try it at the first place that started to sell it in 1840. Learn tricks to climb the hills of Lisbon and enjoy one of the most fantastic views of the city, while your guide will explain what food to try and what restaurants to visit in each of the neighborhoods. Finish your tour in style, in a true local venue, with Chouriço, Portuguese bread, and other local products served with a glass of delicious red wine.

Lisbon: 1-Hour Beer and Sangria Bike Tour

4. Lisbon: 1-Hour Beer and Sangria Bike Tour

Feel like a local and explore Lisbon's top highlights on a 1-hour guided tour riding a bike all while enjoying a selection of drinks. Ride in class and comfort on beer bike cart, which is perfect for discovering various parts of the city.  See Lisbon differently and have fun as you cruise by the Monument to Fado and Amalia Rodrigues, the most famous fado singer in Portugal's history, uninterrupted by daily routines. You will look very Instagram worthy on your beer bike. Pass by the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, the magnificent Electricity Museum, and discover architecture marvels that are not on the front pages of tourist magazines.

Lisbon: Tagus River Sunset Tour with Snacks and Drinks

5. Lisbon: Tagus River Sunset Tour with Snacks and Drinks

Embark on a sunset cruise aboard the Príncipe da Beira in Lisbon. Admire the city highlights as you sail along the Tagus river. Sip on red or white wine, beer, water, or soft drinks. Try pastel de nata, butter, jams, olives, and dried fruit. Meet at the activity provider's office and board the boat. Set off along the banks of the Tagus river. See the colorful historic buildings in the Mouraria quarter. Capture pictures of the 16th-century Tower of Belém fortification.  View the 25th of April red suspension bridge that connects the city with Almada. Relax on a comfortable ship while watching the reflection of the sunset on the water. Return to your starting point at the end of your cruise. 

Lisbon: Food Tasting Tour by Electric Tuk Tuk with 4 Stops

6. Lisbon: Food Tasting Tour by Electric Tuk Tuk with 4 Stops

Wake up your taste buds on a food tasting tour of Lisbon. Cruise around the city in an electric tuk tuk, experiencing incredible views and even more incredible flavors along the way. Feel like a local in the city, learning about Lisbon’s history from the stories of your local guide. Take a scenic drive through Alfama, Graca, São Vicente, and Baixa, some of the cities’ oldest areas. Enjoy 4 different food tasting experiences along the way, making stops in some of the best places to grab traditional food and drink in Lisbon.

Lisbon: Pastel de Nata Baking Class

7. Lisbon: Pastel de Nata Baking Class

Learn all about the delicious Portuguese Pastel de Nata by baking yourself a batch of these local pastries with the help of chefs and instructors in a pastry class. Make your way to the cozy and inviting kitchen, and be guided through the entire process from start to finish. Feel the soft texture of the dough in between your fingers, and smell the delightful aroma once your pastries are in the oven. Finally, tuck into your homemade Pastel de Nata, savoring its sweet flavors. During and after the class, sip on a variety of local beverages, to perfectly complement your gastronomical journey.

Lisbon: Traditional Portuguese Cooking Class

8. Lisbon: Traditional Portuguese Cooking Class

Learn about the delicious Portuguese gastronomy and culture the proper way. Get in the cooking mood with some drinks and finger food while you learn about each dish, from spices to culinary approach. Cook yourself a traditional 3-course meal with the instruction of friendly and helpful chefs. Arrive to a cozy and inviting kitchen and start the night off right with appetizers and Portuguese wines and beer. Enrich your knowledge of cultural cooking, learning about each of the seasonal dishes and traditional techniques. Apply your new knowledge of Portuguese gastronomy by cooking each dish in a fun, step-by-step, and traditional Portuguese environment. Feel assured and welcomed by empathetic instructors, no matter your experience level.

Lisbon: 2-Hour Pastel de Nata Cooking Class

9. Lisbon: 2-Hour Pastel de Nata Cooking Class

Roll your sleeves up and get ready to make your own Pastel de Nata, Portugal's famous egg tarts. Join the chefs in the kitchen for a 2 hour hands-on cooking class.  With origins from the 19th-century, Pastel de Nata was created in monasteries and is probably Portugal's most iconic pastry and has become a national symbol. Loved by all, this pastry is becoming popular worldwide. Learn the secrets of this sugary temptation and take the recipe home with you to amaze all your family and friends. During this cooking class you will have the chance to make your own Pastel de Nata as well as another traditional Portuguese treat. Enjoy tea, coffee, and a light meal to share after cooking.

Lisbon: Tastes and Traditions Food Tour

10. Lisbon: Tastes and Traditions Food Tour

Follow your guide on a tasty adventure through the streets of Lisbon. Eat your way through the city with 7 stops and 9 tastings of some mouth-watering local cuisine. Relax along the way with three drinks along the way, including a glass of sour cherry liqueur. Start your morning among the locals at the oldest pastry shop in Lisbon. Taste a delicious selection of homemade sweet pastries while sipping a classic Portuguese-style espresso. Next, you’re off to the only traditional Portuguese grocery store left in Lisbon. Your guide will explain Portugal’s obsession with salt cod. Try another beloved local product, acorn-fed Iberian ham. Enjoy a glass of Lisbon’s signature sour cherry liqueur at the 130-year-old family-run stall that does it best. Make your way to a no-frills bar serving up the best bifana (marinated pork sandwich) in the city. This buzzing bar is constantly packed with locals who can’t get enough. Next, it’s about time for lunch, and there’s no better place to enjoy it than among Lisboetas at a traditional Portuguese tasca. Here you’ll the have home-cooked classics of Portuguese cuisine with your choice of beer or wine. Discover one of the hidden gems of Portuguese food, gourmet canned seafood. Learn about the history of canning in Portugal and sample some delicious preserved goods for yourself. Last but not least, you’ll finish on a sweet note with Portugal’s most famous pastry, the pastel de nata (custard tart). learn all about their surprising history and get an up-close look at these sweet treats being made.

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What people are saying about Lisbon

Small group cooking together. The flavor of the ribs was very new to my tastebuds. We were given just the right amount of instruction to participate. It was not too complicated but also we learned somethings... the perfect balance for a vacation activity. For Solo travelers just jump in and introduuce yourself.

Ana was a great tour guide! It was nice to get an idea for food in the area and she even left us with suggestions on where to go for the rest of our time here. Highly recommend!

Sophia was absolutely fantastic! It was a great experience. She introduced us to the local food and wine, which was all fantastic!

Educational and above all delicious - highly recommended, but plan the way back on foot, because there is a lot to eat...

Great fun, really nice wines, lovely atmosphere. Recommended