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Tagus and Olisipo Hop-On Hop-Off Tour in Lisbon

  • 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus tour of Lisbon
  • Hop on and off as many times as you like aboard an open-top double-decker sightseeing bus
  • Enjoy unlimited access to the Tagus and Olisipo sightseeing bus routes
Tagus and Olisipo Hop-On Hop-Off Tour in Lisbon
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Tagus and Olisipo Hop-On Hop-Off Tour in Lisbon
Maximize your time in Lisbon with a hop-on hop-off bus tour that takes in the city’s historic monuments, impressive museums, and vibrant neighborhoods. It’s the ideal choice for independent travelers, with the flexibility to visit the sights at your own pace and on-board commentary to ensure you don’t miss anything. Best of all: you’ll enjoy unlimited 48-hour access to two exciting routes – the Tagus route, including the Jerónimos Monastery and the Tower of Belém; and the Olisipo route, including the Parque das Nações and the Amália Rodrigues House Museum.
What to Expect
Create your perfect Lisbon itinerary and see the city at your own pace with your 48-hour hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tickets. Make the most of two different sightseeing routes; enjoy access to public trams, Aerobus, and the Santa Just Lift and Lisbon Funiculars; and receive a booklet of great-value discounts, special offers and freebies at bars, restaurants and shops all around Lisbon.

The Tagus route
The Tagus route leaves from Praça da Figueira and follows the Tagus River from the historic center to the monuments of Belém. Jump off along the way to explore the UNESCO-listed Jerónimos Monastery, take in the views from the Tower of Belém, see the Monument to the Discoveries, and visit the Carriage Museum. Buses run every 20 or 30 minutes from 9am to 8pm in summer and 5.30pm in winter.

The Olisipo route
The Olisipo route follows the Tagus River from the city center to the Parque das Nações, the site of the 1998 World Expo. Attractions visited en-route include the Oceanarium, the Campo Pequeno Bullring, Casa dos Bicos, and the Amália Rodrigues House Museum, devoted to the famous Portuguese Fado singer. Buses run every 30 minutes from 9.15am to 7.15pm in summer and 5.45pm in winter.


Tagus Tour Bus Circuit:

01 - Praça da Figueira
02 - Restauradores
03 - Av. da Liberdade
04 - Marquês de Pombal
05 - Av. José Malhoa Sul
06 - Av. José Malhoa Norte
07 - Praça de Espanha
08 - El Corte Inglés
09 - Parque Eduardo VII
10 - Amoreiras
11 - Basílica da Estrela
12 - Museu dos Coches
13 - Jerónimos
14 - Torre de Belém
15 - Padrão dos Descobrimentos
16 - Docas
17 - Museu de Arte Antiga
18 - Cais do Sodré
19 - Rua do Comércio
20 - Praça da Figueira

Olisipo Tour Bus Circuit:
1. Figueira Square
2. Rua do Comércio
3. Cais do Sodré
4. Royal Prince
5. Marquês de Pombal - Duque de Loulé Avenue
6. Picoas in front of the Double Tree Hotel
7. Small Field - Campo Pequeno Square -
8. Alameda - Alameda D. Afonso Henriques
9. Oceanarium / Pav. Portugal
10. Gare do Oriente / C.C Vasco da Gama
11. Hotel Myriad
12. Tile Museum
13. Cruise Terminal (Tobacco Garden)
14. Field of Onions / Praça do Comércio - Rua dos Arameiros
15. Figueira Square
Reviews (13)
1 - 5 of 13 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Yellow Bus Tour

Chose yellow bus tour after doing the tuk tuk tour. Advice to others do the tuk tuk, no hanging around for hours, staff very knowledgeable and friendly. Very disappointed with yellow bus tour. Waited 45 minutes for the bus to come at stop number 1,...More

Thank GlobeTrotting819322
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile
Easy way to view the city

Every city we go to we get the hop on hop off for ease of travel and to see the sights. It’s fair to say Lisbon isn’t one of those city’s with a lot of landmarks/attractions so this wasn’t the best set up for Lisbon....More

1  Thank TreeIL
Reviewed 28 July 2018 via mobile
Not really worth it

The Tagus line is ok and shows pretty much all there is to see in Lisbon centre (not much). The Olisipo line seems to have been added as a value-for-money selling point but it's an hour of some repetition and very little else (you get...More

Thank paul d
Reviewed 26 June 2018
Great way to see at least the part of the Lisbon

We took those two Yellow Bus tours, since they're covering wide and different parts of the Lisbon. Another reason for Ilisipio tour was that it brought us close to the Oceanarium that we wanted to visit as well. I guess that we were lucky that...More

Thank ToleneZG
Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile
Trip to Lisbon

Rainy day forecast so we decided to buy yellow tours tram route tickets. We bought the tickets from one of the venders and walked down to Praca de comercio to the tram stop. Waited a while but were informed along with others that the tour...More

Thank Sharon W
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