Free Lisbon Tour

Are you planning to visit the Portuguese capital and want to make the most of your time to see a lot of things? We recommend that you sign up for one of thefree tour of Lisbon we have prepared for you. You will enjoy the most emblematic places, the city’s architecture and its gastronomy. We explain how they work.

What to see on a free tour of Lisbon?

Joining our free tour of Lisbon helps you to get to know some of the most emblematic corners of the city. A guide accompanies you at all times and shows you some of the most remarkable neighbourhoods, monuments and buildings.

Among the many options we offer you is that of getting to know the Bica lift, a funicular that transports its passengers up a steep street leading to the Barrio Alto. Once there you will walk through some of the most beautiful streets of the city.

Another of the visits is that ofThe Viewpoint of San Pedro de Alcántara, which offers the best views of the city. From this garden area you can have a unique perspective of Lisbon. You will also enjoy a spectacular panorama with the St. George’s Castle and the Tagus River in the background.

The Plaza del Comercio or Town Hall are another must-see when visiting Lisbon. They are part of the city’s history and have witnessed important historical events. Nearby are also the Largo de Corpo Santo, Largo de Sao Paulo and Pink Street, named after the colour of the soil and known for its stories of spies during World War II.

Another stop allows you to see the famous Santa Justa Lift or Carmo Lift. This lift connects two neighbourhoods, Baixa Pombalina and Chiado. It was built between 1900 and 1902 and is 42 metres high. It has a striking iron structure and wooden cladding inside.

What does a free tour of Lisbon offer?

Take a tour of Lisboa gratis con Blue Emotion Tours is an unforgettable experience. The walk takes just over two hours. At this time you will get to know many of the city’s must-see places. In addition, an official guide will reveal the history and interesting details of every corner.

All explanations are given in Spanish, so you will have no problem understanding what is being said at any given moment. They will tell you about the before and after of the city, as well as some of the important historical moments that took place in its streets. Visit our website and find out more about our routes, timetables and meeting points.

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