Free Tour Lisbon

Free Tour Bohemian Lisbon
Indispensable Free Tour Lisbon
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Sonia MartínezSonia Martínez
13:30 02 Mar 24
Hicimos el tour en barco desde Lisboa a belem y nos encantó. La guía nos explicó todo de forma muy amena. Totalmente recomendable
prijaps prijapsprijaps prijaps
12:56 25 Feb 24
Cecilia encantadoraY muy profesional
Ángeles PérezÁngeles Pérez
12:53 25 Feb 24
Fantástica la experiencia con Celia. Me ha hecho conocer muy bien la historia de Lisboa
Nora LabradaNora Labrada
12:52 25 Feb 24
Cecilia genial!!!
Paloma Daza mariaPaloma Daza maria
12:52 25 Feb 24
Monica GutierrezMonica Gutierrez
17:17 19 Feb 24
Hicimos la ruta guiada a Belem con el paseo en barco. Buenísima experiencia guiada por Hugo, muy amena, e interesante, con el extra del paseo en barco.La recomiendo 100%
La lusy misasLa lusy misas
15:09 18 Feb 24
Pasamos una mañana estupenda en el freetour con Hugo. Estupendo guía y nos llevo a los mejores lugares del barrio bajo mientras nos contaba toda la historia de la ciudad. 100% recomiendo
Hicimos la ruta a Belém desde Lisboa en barco! Y nos encantó. Fuimos dos adulto, dos niño ( 11 y 14) y un bebé de 10 meses ( con carrito) . Y nos encantó, fue super ameno , super interesante, nuestro guía Hugo fue genial!! Nos contó muchísimas cosas, muchísimo detalle y nos aclaró muchísimas dudas. También nos aconsejo donde comer y que poder hacer por Belém! Seguro repetiremos en más ocasiones.
Harry GaskinsHarry Gaskins
08:16 10 Nov 23
Nuestro tour con Leire fue de 10.Nos enseñó cosas que no sabíamos de Lisboa y con explicaciones fáciles de entender.Vimos la ciudad con otros ojos y desde otra perspectiva.Gracias Leire.
Inma ZamoranoInma Zamorano
18:30 09 Oct 23
Súper!! El tour que hemos hecho hoy con Gemma, hemos estado con ella dos horas largas, ha sido muy agradable y simpática y nos ha explicado un montón de historia y cotilleos ???? Hemos hecho el Free tour Lisboa imprescindible

Guided tours and excursions.

Free Tours Lisbon

There is nothing better than a guided tour in English to discover all the details of the Portuguese capital. This city offers many unique places, full of history and full of beauty. You’ll be happy to know that Blue Emotion offers Free Tours in Lisbon.. You will enjoy getting to know, in great detail, the most remarkable places of the Portuguese capital with tours free of payment and permanence.

What are Blue Emotion’s free tours of Lisbon like?

As we have already explained, Blue Emotion’s Lisbon free tours are free of charge and in Spanish. Our guides also love to show you around the city. They know its history and every nook and cranny. But there are even more good things why you should choose us to visit the city. We start by telling you about our itinerary.

We have two options to get to know the Portuguese capital, the “Free Tour Lisboa Imprescindible” and the “Free Tour Lisboa Bohemia”. Both cover interesting parts of the city, although each focuses on different aspects. We talk about both of them below, so you can choose the one you like best, although our recommendation is that you do both, as they are complementary.

Free Tour Lisbon Indispensable

With this tour you will get to know the most interesting parts of the city, from Baixa to Chiado.. We will show you the most important architecture and monuments you will see along the way. We will also tell you about the customs and typical gastronomy in these places.

The Plaza del Comercio is the meeting point for the start of this tour. It is one of the busiest places in Lisbon. This is the beginning of the most important commercial area of the city. Fashion shops stand out, although there are also decoration and gift shops.

The Baixa area underwent important urban changes from 1755 onwards. On this date an earthquake occurred that devastated much of Lisbon. A fire then broke out and devoured the wooden beams of some of the buildings that were left standing. Finally, a tidal wave finally destroyed what was left of the lower area and took the lives of thousands of Portuguese.

Today the geometrical building is preserved in the area. The streets in the lower area are tidier and more robust than in the past. Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, known as the Marquis of Pombal, rebuilt the city by order of King José I. It was he who decided that the building should have these characteristics. This area is known as Baixa Pombalina.

But it won’t be all you’ll see in the trading square. We’ll take you to see other important corners of the city, such as Rossio Square (Pedro IV), which served as the centre of the Holy Inquisition. It is a lively spot, chosen by Lisbon locals to meet up and spend some time talking. You can take the opportunity to take some photographs.

You will also see the the Church of São Domingos. You will pass inside to enjoy its fascinating interior. When it was built in 1241, it became the largest church in Lisbon. Along the way we will show you other places of interest and tell you about famous people and writers, such as Fernando Pessoa.

Another interesting topic the guide will talk about is the Carnation Revolution. On 25 April 1974 there was a military uprising in Portugal. This coup put an end to the authoritarian and corporatist political regime that had ruled for 48 consecutive years. Democracy entered the country and every non-European Portuguese province gained its independence.


Free Tour Lisbon Bohemia

This tour starts at the Market Square. Our guide will take you to the Town Hall, so you can see its facade. He will explain how the regency period and the First Republic were experienced in Portugal.

Then you will meet the Pink Street and you will see for yourself why it is called that way. Our guide will tell you some interesting stories that took place at this site during the Second World War. This theme will also be present when walking along Largo de Corpo Santo or Largo de Sao Paulo.

One of the most remarkable aspects of Portuguese culture is its gastronomy. The best way to get to know the main ingredients of its recipes, such as fresh fish or seafood, is to stop by the Ribeira Market. A stroll through the aisles will give you an idea of the variety and freshness of Portuguese dishes.

You will also see the Elevador da Bica. This is one of the oldest funiculars in Lisbon, linking Rua da Bica with the Bairro Alto. Once at the top you will be guided through the streets, full of typical Portuguese shops and bars.

The route will continue through the streets until it reaches the Mirador de San Pedro de Alcántara. The views will amaze you. You will see the Alfama district, St. George’s Castle and the Tagus River in the background.

One of the most bohemian things in Lisbon are the tiles. Walking along Largo da Trindade you will see tiled facades. What was once a means of giving splendour to the city is today a unique identifying feature of the city of Lisbon.

And, of course, when talking about Bohemian Lisbon, you will walk through the Chiado. Exclusive shops, cafés and bookshops bring life to this area where tourists and locals mingle. With a bit of luck, you’ll see one of the street musicians playing Fado to the delight of passers-by.

Finally, as part of the city’s culture, you will see the San Carlos Theatre and Opera House, built in 1972. The works were carried out on the ruins of the Tejo Theatre, devastated in 1755 by the great earthquake.


Free Tour Lisbon Spanish

Our Free Tours in Lisbon are in Spanish. It is very important that they are conducted in your own language, so you will not miss any detail when our guide gives the explanations. If you have any questions or would like to receive more information, please feel free to ask.

During the two hours that each our Lisbon free tours in Spanish, you will receive all the information about what you are seeing. Our guides love the city and know all the details. They can tell you about the past and present history of the area.

The unique features of our Lisbon Free Tours make them the best you can book. Nobody will offer you a tour like ours for free.


What to take into account when hiring a Lisbon Free Tour?

Before requesting a free tour, there are a few things to consider. You should wear sufficiently comfortable clothing and ready footwear suitable for walking for two hours. Depending on the season, it is advisable to bring a coat. Be aware that, when walking between the streets, the temperature may be lower.

You have to take some things with you. We recommend that you use a backpack. You should bring water and, if you need it, something to eat. However, you must take responsibility for any waste you generate.

As for valuables, always keep them in a safe place. We recommend that you carry your wallet with your documents and mobile phone. Lisbon is a safe place, but, as in all tourist cities, there are some pickpockets willing to take what is not theirs.


Book Free Tour Lisbon in Spanish

Booking our Free Tours in Lisbon is very easy. The first thing you have to do is to choose the Spanish Lisbon free tour you prefer, although, as we have already told you, our recommendation is to book both so that you don’t miss anything of our beautiful city. Once you have selected it, you will need to give us some information in order to book the guided tour. First of all, you have to tell us the day you want to make the visit and then select the time, from the timetables we propose.

Please note that there needs to be at least four people to form the group, so the more the merrier. Once you click on “Book” you will be asked for some contact details. We need them to keep in touch if you have any problems.

We kindly ask you to be punctual at the meeting point of each free tour, unless for any reason beyond our control we tell you otherwise.

Identifying us is very simple. You will see us in the square with a light blue umbrella.. If you have any problems locating us, you can call us or send us a message via WhatsApp. To get to the meeting point you have several options, although we recommend you take the metro. It is a fast means of transport and you will surface in the very centre of the square.

We are eager for you to get to know Portugal through the Free Tours in Lisbon that we offer you at Blue Emotion. If you have already done them and want to live new experiences, discover our other tours in Lisbon. You will discover the city in a unique way!