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Lisbon Hop-On Hop-Off Tour: 48-Hour Ticket

Highlights
  • Lisbon hop-on hop-off bus route: Pick an open-top bus for the views
  • Access a wide range of neighborhoods on three loops
  • Listen to narration on personal headsets
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Lisbon Hop-On Hop-Off Tour: 48-Hour Ticket
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Lisbon Hop-On Hop-Off Tour: 48-Hour Ticket
US$26.28
Overview
Get ready for unlimited exploration with a 48-hour ticket to a hop-on hop-off bus route that covers Lisbon’s key areas. You'll have full access to three different loops that are convenient to Lisbon highlights, combining the curated experience of a guided tour with the freedom to explore each destination at your own pace.
What to Expect
With 48 hours to explore Lisbon, you can cover the city’s historic neighborhoods, main attractions, and beautiful riverfront. Throughout the duration of your hop-on hop-off bus tickets, you’ll have access to the Santa Justa Lift, funiculars, and trams as well, extending your journey even farther into Lisbon’s famous hills.

Make the most of the three bus routes to create your own perfect Lisbon experience. On the Tagus Tour, you’ll follow the river to a series of historic landmarks, and the Olisipo Tour visits the Oceanarium, the Casa dos Bicos, and the National Tile Museum (Museo Nacional do Azulejo).

To check out the UNESCO World Heritage sites in the riverside Belém neighborhood, hop the Belém Tour past Jerónimos Monastery, the Tower of Belém, and the Monument of the Discoveries, stopping to walk, shop, and visit Lisbon’s charming cafes as often as you want.
Reviews (123)
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Reviewed 5 days ago
Reasonably priced but too much waiting

Got a 48 hour ticket which included trams and metro. Good value as included the Santa Justa tower, but the purple route to the modern quarter was not that interesting. Belem was good to visit but every time we used the buses we had to...More

Thank anemoneuk
Reviewed 1 week ago
Typical hop-on tour

It wasn't bad and it wasn't good. Typical and similar to hop-on hop-off buses that I take in every city that I am visiting just to have general impression of the city. Buses were pretty frequent, so no complains here.

Thank Alexander_G31
Reviewed 1 week ago
Not worth one star

Trip started badly because even though ten of us were standing at the designated bus stop we were not waving. Went from bad to worse having to stand in blazing sun for over one hour waiting for a bus that should come every fifteen minutes,...More

1  Thank Sam F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Avoid Avoid Avoid

We didn't realise there was more than one hop on hop off tour in Lisbon so we booked this in what we thought was a tourist information office (but wasn't). First the purple route - we planned to go out to Expo and on the...More

2  Thank sdwz
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great way to see & get to all the sights of Lisbon

For our 4 night stay in Lisbon we purchased the 72 hour tickets @ €45 per person, which turned out to be amazing value. We purchased the tickets @ 17.50 Monday, they expired @ 17.50 Thursday. The ticket price includes 3 bus routes, 2 tram...More

1  Thank Julia S
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Ianivichi
13 September 2018|
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Response from bucketandspade73 | Reviewed this property |
Yes it would. They count by hours and not days. So yes, according to your question the ticket expires after 48 hours and not after two days.
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Ianivichi
13 September 2018|
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Response from NicL66 | Reviewed this property |
OK, from the posts, it sounds like you're on the Yellow Bus company and we had a horrible experience with that company taking the "last" bus out for the day. So trying to get in a trip at 5PM is really risky if you are... More
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loma1234
11 April 2018|
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Response from loma1234 |
Hi Ed, Hmmm, not the answer I received from the company. They wrote to me that the validity starts the date we use the ticket for the first time. We try to buy these tickets online n our own currency before travelling... More
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