Guided tour of Lisbon by tuk-tuk

Guided tour of Lisbon by tuk-tuk

Get to know all the corners of Lisbon with this 3-hour electric tuk-tuk tour.

144 EUR / pers.
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Get to know all the corners of Lisbon with this 3-hour electric tuk-tuk tour.

144 EUR / pers.
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Description

1-6people
3 hours
Lisbon
Hard Rock Café

PRICE IS PER TUK-TUK. Please book for 1 person whether you are 1 to 6 people. Price won't change! *** Visit two typical Lisbon neighbourhoods, where you will be able to get to know the local customs and explore centuries-old churches, such as the church of São Roque and the cathedral, and the Panteão Nacional, where some of the figures that shaped the history of Portugal are buried. Tour the bank of the Tagus river from the centre of Lisbon to Belém or relax in gardens in the middle of the city and sample exquisite delicacies of local cuisine. This tour takes you to discover breathtaking views from the main lookouts in Lisbon, as well as the most iconic monuments and squares of the city. You will learn about the city’s history and the monuments that pay homage to the Portuguese conquests of the Age of Exploration.

Highlights

  • Enjoy a ride aboard an electric tuk-tuk
  • Get to know all of Lisbon's main attractions
  • Guided and private tour

Experience type

What's included

  • Tuk-Tuk
  • Driver & passionate guide

Opinions

Zengrey C.

Fun way to see Lisbon

My wife and I are dedicated Tuk Tuk Tourists. We have found the cyclo route to be a great way to get an initial overview of a new city. From there we decide where we want to go back for an in-depth experience. Lisbon has HILLS, it is not a place you can just wander around all day unless you're above average fit. Cars and busses can't get around quite like the smaller tuk tuk. Our guide was very knowledgeable about Lisbon, and a cheerleader for the city. We hit all the highlights, with her pointing out the various attractions and the neighborhoods in which they are located. We used that information in planning the rest of our time in Lisbon. Unfortunately, the Chinese Premier was also visiting Lisbon on the day we were, so traffic was a nightmare. No one's fault, but it did cramp our plans.

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