Walking Tours

Know Lisbon in only two (2) days.

It is true that two days in Lisbon is not a long time, but it is enough time to show you what is most important in the city, to have fun, to have a good time and still have time to visit Sintra and Cascais. What we propose is simple, that on the first day, […]

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Lisbon Valentines Walking Tour (suggestion 2).

Wake up, go out on the street, watch the sun and the river, look at the colors, walk a little until you reach one of the many terraces where you can sit to eat a Pastel de Nata and have a coffee – this is something simple but wonderful to start your Valentine’s Day in […]

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Pena Palace – Sintra Day Tour.

    This is the true palace of a fairy tale, it is about 30 minutes from Lisbon, in the small village of Sintra. Come on one of our Sintra tours to live a dream day! C’est le vrai palais d’un conte de fées, il est à environ 30 minutes de Lisbonne, dans le petit […]

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Sintra on a Foggy Day.

    Sintra on a foggy day. Sintra is the land of true fairy tales. Its immense green, its numerous palaces, the castle, the colors, the way everything mixes, especially on sunny days, convey this sensation to us. However, Sintra is also a land full of myths and legends and on foggy days everything seems […]

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Enriching Experience.

Visiting a city is much more than seeing monuments and landscapes, it is much more than eating and drinking, it is also knowing a people and your culture. The Portuguese people are unique, after knowing it you will realize this, for that reason we always try to provide the contact with popular, whether the seller […]

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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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Procession of the Corpus Christi – 1587 images in exposed.

    The Procession of the Corpus Christi, although with some interregnums, is carried out in Lisbon, at least since 1282 (Reign of D. Dinis), that is, almost 750 years ago. Throughout its history it has had different shapes and dimensions. However, in the year 1719, King D. João V, gave great importance to this […]

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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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Handmade Chocolate in Lisbon – Calçada do Cacau the new store.

Due to the great connections that Portugal has had with cocoa producing countries, both in Africa and in Brazil, chocolate confectionery has been present for many years in Portuguese culture. In recent years, with a more sophisticated design, they have opened several handmade chocolate shops in the center of the city. Recently, in one of […]

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Feira da Ladra – The oldest street market in Lisbon.

  The Feira da Ladra – Thief’s Fair originated in the 13th century, it is the oldest street market in the city of Lisbon. It got its name because a lot of stolen goods were sold here. Currently, handicrafts, collectibles (stamps, coins, books, records, etc.), antiques, second-hand clothes and utensils are sold. One visit to […]

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