What to see in Lisbon with Free Walking Tours ?

Every Free Walking Tour has a different and unique approach depending on places and stories the guide wants to share with travellers. However, some of the most visited places in these Free Walking Tours in Lisbon are the following:

Belém;
Bairro Alto;
Chiado;
Baixa Pombalina;
Tagus River;
Belém Tower Garden;
Belém Tower (UNESCO site);
Rossio Square;
25th of April Bridge;
Discoveries Monument;
Santa Luzia viewpoint;
Praça do Comércio;
Campo das Cebolas;
Moorish walls;
José Saramago Foundation;
Portas do Sol;
Carmo Convent;
Santa Justa Elevator;
Empire Square Gardens;
The Jewish Memorial;
São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint;
Afonso de Albuquerque square;
Bom Sucesso Fortress;
Jeronimos Monastery (UNESCO site);
St. George’s Castle;
Lisbon Cathedral;
St Anthony’s Church;
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You can learn about the Portuguese Inquisition, the Age of Discovery, and the 1755 Lisbon Earthquake but also about more modern history such as the Carnation Revolution, the Salazar Dictatorship or the spying methods during the Second World War. Don’t miss a walk in the small streets of Lisbon, along with the famous yellow tramways of the Portuguese Capital. Which stories you’re going to hear depends on the tour you’ll choose but will always be done on a funny and interesting way by a local or expat.

Reserve your spot now on one of the Free Walking Tours available and discover this city like nobody else can show it to you.