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Lisbon: Street Art and Historical Walking Tour

1. Lisbon: Street Art and Historical Walking Tour

Get stunning views of Lisbon from the Miradouro da Graça, and then embark on a street art walking tour to see works by local and international urban artists, such as Vhils, Nomen, Odeith, and MAR. Proceed towards the east side of the city to discover where some of the best lookouts are located, such as the Miradouro Portas do Sol. Marvel at the impressive São Jorge Castle, and learn more about the cultural heritage of the city. Venture off the beaten path to discover the hidden treasures of districts such as Alfama and Mouraria. Learn more about life in the city and what to see and do from your licensed local guide.

Lisbon Private Full Day Tour - History, Local Life & Food

2. Lisbon Private Full Day Tour - History, Local Life & Food

Explore Lisbon's main attractions, traditional neighborhoods, and delicious fine foods, with an expert knowledgeable guide on a fun and insightful walking tour. See the elegant modern streets of the city as well as the oldest neighborhoods, which have survived the great earthquake of 1775. This tour combines gentle walks, rides on the famous trams, and climbs using delightful elevators. Visit the ruins of the Convent of Carmo, devastated by a terrible earthquake that struck over two centuries ago. Head to the majestic Plaça do Comercio, a harbor-facing square with incredible sea views. Take time to try the most delicious Portuguese Gastronomy. Try the famous Lisbon fish, seafood, or meat in a typical restaurant in the old district of Mouraria. Your local host will give you tips and advice to make the most of your days exploring the city.

Lisbon: See Lisbon Like a Local on a Private Walking Tour

3. Lisbon: See Lisbon Like a Local on a Private Walking Tour

Explore Lisbon with a local guide on this private walking tour. Try local coffee and a cup of ginja (cherry liqueur). Take in the vibe of the old Arabian quarter and the vibrant colors in Alfama. Admire the Praça do Comércio square on the harbor and several viewpoints.  Meet your guide at the cozy 'A Ginjinha' bar and sample a glass of their specialty sour cherry liqueur. Stroll to the old Arabian quarter of Mouraria that was the birthplace of fado music. Learn about the origin of this particular musical style, and its close relationship with the Arab world. Stop at different viewpoints to snap stunning pictures of the city. Head to a café at the viewpoint Miradouro de Graça for cup of coffee. Explore historic churches and convents as you walk. Take in the lively vibe at flee markets.  Continue to the district of Alfama which was unscathed by the earthquake of 1775.Make your way through the narrow, winding, and sloping streets to uncover small squares, cafes, and charming boutiques.  Follow your guide to the grand Praça do Comércio square which opens dramatically to the sea. Relax in the square and capture shots of the Tagus River and the 'Cais das Colunas' footbridge that was once used by kings.  

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What people are saying about Miradouro da Graca

6-hour mostly walking tour!! Rodrigo was my tour guide and he was great…extremely knowledgeable about Lisbon and Portuguese history as well as overt and covert landmarks and things you shouldn’t miss seeing. He happily tweaked the tour for me to have time to sit down and enjoy the sites and sounds of Lisbon as well as taking an extended tram ride while he pointed things out along the way. I was able to try the delicious pastel de nata from a special bakery that has them warm right from the oven (delightful with a cup of cappuccino) and lunch was at a small Portuguese restaurant, a hidden gem, that had excellent salmon and rice. Also got to try the Lisbon liquor, Ginja as a digestive after lunch. This tour can be adapted to fit many more guests, I was simply the only one signed up so it became a “private tour.” Highly recommend…ask for Rodrigo if you want to know the true history of Lisbon and Portugal!

Rui was engaging, motivated and speaks very understandable English! Although we were tired and therefore semi-concentrated, we were on the road for a good three hours and saw corners where we would not otherwise have been able to see.

We had a most interesting walk around the streets of Graca looking at the work of various street artists. Rui is very knowledgeable, answered all our questions and showed us interesting landmarks. It was a rich experience.

What an experience! Ruiz has everything a good guide needs: passion, knowledge and friendliness. Comprehensive, varied and immensely expanding. Thanks. Any time.

Excellent guide with so much knowledge and amazing pieces.