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Lisbon: 7 Hills Half-Day Electric Bike Tour

1. Lisbon: 7 Hills Half-Day Electric Bike Tour

Climb aboard an electric e-bike to make light work of the 7 hills of Lisbon. Considered by many to be too hard for cycling - thanks to its constant ascents and descents - you can contradict that theory, even reaching the highest points of the city. Departing from Rua Cais de Santarém, close to the harbor, head off to sites such as the famous flea market of Feira da Ladra, the monumental church of Panteão Nacional, and the Mannerist Monastery of São Vicente de Fora. Get panoramic views from the terrace of Chão do Loureiro, the Miradouro da Graça viewpoint, and the mirador of Monte Agudo in Penha de França. Your electric motor buzzing, pass the 15th-century Palácio Belmonte and the quaint neighborhood of Vila Berta. Chill out in the Campos Mártires da Pátria and the Jardim do Torel park. And see some of the city’s most iconic sights, including the Sé de Lisboa cathedral, and the Ascensor da Lavra funicular, one of the first vehicles to conquer Lisbon’s hills back in 1884.

Lisbon: 2.5-Hour Private Segway Tour of Alfama

2. Lisbon: 2.5-Hour Private Segway Tour of Alfama

Navigate the hills of Lisbon with ease on a private 2.5-hour tour of the historic Alfama district and see sights such as the Sé Cathedral and National Pantheon.  Start with a practice session to make sure you feel confident on the 2-wheel personal transporter before you set off. Take in the picture postcard views from the Miradouro da Graça, and then journey through history to the multicultural neighborhood of Mouraria. Marvel at the small details of the city, such as hand-painted tiles, clothes hanging out to dry on lines and the Romanesque houses of the nobles. Discover iconic monuments as you glide along the narrow streets to arrive at the cosmopolitan Baixa district, full of traditional shops and cafés. Admire the luxury hotels of Avenida de Liberdade and take souvenir photos from the Portas do Sol viewpoint.

Lisbon: Alfama Walking Tour

3. Lisbon: Alfama Walking Tour

Explore the medieval quarter of Alfama, famous for its Fado culture and narrow streets, on a 3-hour walking tour. Get panoramic views from the Miradouro da Graça before entering the heart of the Alfama district. Listen to detailed information about the history of the neighborhood and the social issues that the community faces today. Discuss a wide variety of topics, including current events in Portugal and the rich culinary traditions. Take the tour on a Tuesday or Saturday and get the chance to visit the Feira da Ladra flee market. Avail of the services of a certified local guide whose mission is to promote the culture and heritage of Portugal and give recommendations about things to do and see. Learn how to negotiate the public transportation system or chat about any subjects according to your needs. 

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What people are saying about Miradouro da Graca

A great tour that's well worth doing if you have the time. You'll get to see some areas of Lisbon that you probably won't wander down if left to your own devices. It's not all picture post card stuff, but a great insight to some of the City's history. The bikes are comfortable with good suspension and you can make the ride as easy or as hard as you want to. They handle the cobbled slopes with ease, even in wet conditions (we went just after a heavy rain shower).

the ebike made easy work to travel round the streets of Lisbon. They certainly came in very handed for the few inclines and hills. Our local guide was very friendly and informative on all subjects, Lisbon. This was a terrific bike tour with several stop offs for sighteeing from vantage view locations. ' you will see a lot of the city all the back streets and different areas, recommended

Pedro and Antonio were great guides and we saw lots of different areas of Lisbon and beautiful viewpoints. The bikes are in great condition and very easy to use.

An impressive, sporty tour with good historical explanations thanks to our guide Joao. Always my pleasure.

Good tour. It combines sightseeing, history and exercise.