For all those looking to discover the historic center of Lisbon in a comfortable and environmentally friendly way, this is the perfect option!
Board our TukTuk and discover the best kept secrets of the different neighborhoods of the city, between Alfama, Mouraria and the Graça neighborhood, the highest point in the city. A quick stop is planned in Alfama, if the conditions are right, for a 10-minute walk, because nothing compares to a walk, full of energy, in the old Arab quarter of the city.
- 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 full of Fado houses and is characterized by the narrow and labyrinthine alleys, by the colorful houses of irregular geometry, the clothes drying in the windows and where you can find some of the most beautiful viewpoints in the capital. This neighborhood is a trip back in time…
- Graça: On the highest of Lisbon's hills, 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.
- 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.