Meet a driver at your hotel, then board a climate-controlled minivan for the trip to Castelo Hill, winding through narrow streets on the way to Lisbon Cathedral. Enter the church to see the intricate stained-glass window, then head to Alfama, among the oldest neighborhoods in the city.
From there, continue to the Belém district on the banks of the Tagus River, visiting the UNESCO-listed Jerónimos Monastery and Belém Tower. Try one of the neighborhood’s famous custard tarts, with time to purchase lunch at the edge of the river.
Head back to the city center, following a soaring 18th-century aqueduct, and stopping in Amoreiras to see the Mae de Agua Lisbon Aqueduct and Water Museum. The final stop of the day is in the Baixa neighborhood, the perfect place to learn how Lisbon rebuilt after the 1755 earthquake, then the tour concludes with drop-off at your hotel.
Torre de Belem
Mae de Agua Lisbon Aqueduct and Water Museum
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