For 2h30 you will have the opportunity to explore the center of Lisbon and its most famous neighborhoods, with a contagious energy and of course, not forgetting the various tastings of the most delicious Portuguese delicacies that you will be able to have along the way!
Although it seems a little complicated to drive the segways, fear not as our experienced guides will give you a demonstration so you can clear up any doubts and you will quickly realize that they are quite easy to drive! Our tour will continue through the Alfama neighborhood, the oldest in the Portuguese capital, where you can enjoy and listen to Fado in every corner of its streets and alleys. Then we will go up the hill to Graça and enjoy the views from the Miradouro da Graça (Miradouro Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen) and Senhora do Monte. After a brief rest at these viewpoints, it's time to head down to Mouraria, the most multiethnic neighborhood in Lisbon.
- Alfama: The oldest and most charming neighborhood in Lisbon that is considered the historic soul of the city, with its steep streets lined with traditional cobblestone streets that remain exactly as they were in medieval times. This area is one of the best known internationally for its fado houses and the Popular Saints festivities, especially on the night of Santo António, from the 12th to the 13th of June. Much of its authenticity is related to its resistance to the terrible earthquake of 1755, having been one of the least affected areas. The neighborhood retains a bit of the Moorish atmosphere with its narrow streets, staircases and clothes drying on the windowsills.
- Graça – On the highest hill in Lisbon, the Graça neighborhood is located next to the historic Castelo de São Jorge and this area is famous for having two of the most beautiful viewpoints in the city: Miradouro da Senhora do Monte and Miradouro da Graça, also known as the Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen viewpoint. During the Sec. In the 20th century, this neighborhood became above all a residential area welcoming workers and workers. At that time, this neighborhood was characterized by its patios and villas, by its taverns and traditional grocery stores, it hosted popular fairs, here was the sound cinema at Cine-Royal, the first public school, Escola Oficina nº 1, from Caixa Económica Operária and the arrival of tram 28. It has been modernized and currently mixes its typicality with modernity, an area that is in fashion and is sought after by both locals and tourists.
- Mouraria: The most multiethnic neighborhood in the city and simultaneously one of the most traditional in Lisbon these days. Here the gastronomy is diverse, nationalities mix and the cultural richness acquires extreme importance. Once a marginal neighbourhood, Mouraria has benefited from significant investment and rehabilitation works that have made it one of the most interesting places to visit.