Bike Tours

Castelo de Lisboa – Castelo de São Jorge

    The Castle of São Jorge, of Muslim origin (11th century), was conquered in 1147 by D. Afonso Henriques (1st Portuguese King) and is situated on the highest hill of Lisbon. From Sec. XIII to Sec. XVI it was here that the Portuguese court worked. This monument still preserves 11 towers, some of the […]

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Santa Justa – Lift/Ascenseur/Elevador.

Santa Justa Lift At a height of 45 meters, it is built of wrought iron and decorated in neo-Gothic style with different motifs at each landing. The upper landing has a belvedere and a cafe, accessed by a spiral staircase, offering a magnificent view of the Castle of St. George, the Rossio, the Baixa – […]

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Miradouro São Pedro de Alcântara.

This one of the most famause Lisbon viewpoints. From here you can see the este part of Lisbon, the Castle hill, all of downtown, Lisbon Cathedral e and also the Tagus river. Near the Bairro Alto, with a garden and terrace its the perfect place to drink a beer. Some of our tours (walking and […]

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Forte de Caxias.

Fort of Caxias. This fort located in the exact point where finish the Tagus River and start de Atlantic , was one of Lisbon defensive points till the end of XIX siecle. In ou “Belém & Caracavelos Bike Tour” we pass in this point – press here to see more photos and informations about this […]

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LISBON WEEKEND – FIRST TIME.

The first things that you must know is – Lisbon is a lovely city and the Portuguese are very friendly, they love that all people stay with a good memory of Portugal. After small introduction we suggest to choice a place to stay in the center of the city (there a lot places to stay […]

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Miradouro da Graça – Sofia de Melo Breyner Anderson

  Situated on one of Lisbon 7 hill’s – Graça Hill – with a view that can reach the old districts, like Mouraria and Alfama, Lisbon Downtown, Lisbon Castle and also the Tagus River, this is place that you must visit. Here, we suggest you to do a break and take a drink in the […]

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Mosteiro dos Jerónimos – The Church.

The church of Santa Maria de Belém, is, like the cloisters, inserted in the Jerónimos Monastery and is a work of extraordinary richness in architectural and historical terms. This work done in Manueline style is more one of the monuments related to Portuguese discoveries and because of this reason it has inside the tombs of […]

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Parque das Nações – Most Modern Lisbon District.

Located in the eastern part of the city, on a plot that was renovated to receive the 1998 World Exposition, the Parque das Nações (Park of Nations) is the most modern Lisbon district. In addition to the Lisbon Oceanarium and the Pavilion of Knowledge, you can also see the Vasco da Gama Tower, the Oriente […]

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Miradouro Rocha Conde D’Óbidos.

Lisbon has charming places that are little known, this one – Miradouro da Rocha Conde D’Óbidos – located next to the Museum of Ancient Art, is another. Very quiet, with a privileged view on the Tagus and where there is a very pleasant terrace. It is a place where we used to go visit on […]

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À Descoberta das Ciclovias – 1º Passeio.

Vai ser já no próximo dia 11, às 10,30, que iniciaremos os passeios “À Decoberta das Ciclovias”. Nesta primeira iniciativa iremos fazer um percurso fácil, num terreno quase sempre plano, entre a Praça do Comércio e o Forte de Caxias. Vamos passar pela zona histórica do Cais do Sodré, a qual foi requalificada, Mercado da […]

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