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Free Bike Tour Lisbon – What to Expect?

In this Free Bike Tour in Lisbon you’ll know the most important areas of the city in a fun and relaxed atmosphere, provided by local guides. You’ll get to know the oldest district of Lisbon, Alfama, the city center and pedal along the magnificent Tagus River estuary that has wonderful landscapes and some of the […]

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1st FREE BIKE TOURS LISBON!

Born of the love we have for bikes and our determination to promote urban cycling and sustainable tourism, eco-friendly. Every day we have a guide available (Miguel) to do with you, for FREE, a bike tour from the CENTER OF LISBON to BELÉM. The tour lasts 3-4 hours and has a maximum limit of 12 […]

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Monastery of São Vicente de Fora (Briefing)

    The Monastery of São Vicente de Fora was built by the first King of Portugal (D. Afonso Henriques) in 1147, shortly after the conquest of Lisbon to the Moors. In addition to doing this as a way of thanking the divine for the conquest of Lisbon, this monument was also built to honor […]

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Monastery of Batalha.

The Monastery of Batalha (Battle in English) is located in the central region of Portugal, near the well-known Sanctuary of Fátima, where every year millions of pilgrims take place. It was ordered to be built in 1386 by King João I as thanks to Mary (Mother of Jesus) for the victory against the Castilians in […]

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Casa dos Bicos – Alfama Tours.

  Casa dos Bicos is a historic house, built in the early 16th century by Afonso de Albuquerque, 1st Portuguese Governor in India and its construction was influenced by Italian Renaissance palaces and the Portuguese Manueline style. It is located in the neighborhood of Alfama, has a very curious facade, with nozzles and windows of […]

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Let’s go to the top of Christ the King?

    The statue of Christ the King is one of the most emblematic Monuments in the Lisbon area, situated on the south bank of the Tagus River (Almada), offers an extraordinary view of the city. This monument, 110 meters high, took 10 years to be built, was inaugurated on May 17, 1959, in the […]

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Ruins of the Carmo Convent.

  Built in 1389, on the hill opposite the Castle of St. George, the Carmo Convent was the most important monument of Gothic style in Lisbon. The great earthquake of 1755 destroyed it completely, which is why it is currently in ruins, which can be visited. In its interior is installed the Museum of Archeology. […]

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What to do on a Rainy Day in Lisbon.

      One of the important features of Lisbon is the good weather and the great amount of suny days. However, there are also days and weeks in which it rains a lot and at these times the bike ans walking tours are not so pleasant. In this sense and because Lisbon has a […]

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Lisbon Walking Tour – You’ll love it!

With us you will not go with 10, 15, 20 or 30 people, with us you will go alone and whoever you want, friends or family. Our tours are private. We are not the traditional guide you are probably used to having or hearing about, our tours are special, different and unique – first, because […]

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History of the Lisbon Bridge.

Initially called Ponte de Salazar (Portuguese Prime Minister between 1932 and 1968), this bridge took approximately 4 years to be built and its inauguration, on August 6, 1966, was a great national event, since it meant the improvement of the communication and an investment of enormous importance for the country’s development. After the 1974 Revolution […]

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