Explore Lisbon at your own pace with a 72-hour ticket to 6 different hop-on and hop-off bus, tram and boat tours. See sights from all periods of Lisbon’s history, from the “Age of Discoveries” to the contemporary architecture of the Parque das Nações.
When you start getting information about Lisbon you'll know you have to go up the Castle and discover the old area; you'll know there is a historic area too, where you find imposing monuments, interesting museums and the famous pastry from Lisbon to taste. You'll know there is a big Aquarium where all oceans are recreated and it's amazing to contemplate sealife. People will tell you you can't miss the little trams that go up and down, or the viewpoints from the hilltops, or the perspectives from the riverside. The best shopping areas, open cafes, restaurants, Fado houses and food you should taste. And we tell you that with this ticket you won't miss any of those! Tagus Bus Tour Travel along the city's main avenues with the fresh breeze of the Tagus on your face, from the historic centre to the monuments of Belém. Olisipo Bus Tour The trip follows the Tagus from the heart of the city to Parque das Nações. On this site, which famously was the venue for the 1998 World Expo, you'll come across distinctive modern architecture alongside leisure areas and restaurants. While you're there, don't miss the Oceanarium, the second largest of its kind in the world. Belém Bus Tour Belém is a cultural icon of the city and a must-see place thanks to its unique set of cultural and historical elements such as: Jerónimos Monastery, Cultural Centre of Belém (CCB), Belém Tower, Padrão dos Descobrimentos, National Coach Museum. Let Belém Tour take you to visit them all! This open-top circuit is a great complement to the Tagus Tour. Hills Tramcar Tour Wind your way through the hills of Lisbon and discover its most historic quarters, where people chat from their window ledges and clothes hang out to dry in the sun. The contrasts in this richly diverse city will amaze you. From the simplicity of the traditional quarters of Alfama, Castelo and Bairro Alto, to the sophistication of Lapa. Belem Tramcar Tour A trip along the Tagus in one of the most emblematic vehicles of Lisbon, the TRAM. Along of this route you can visit several districts of the city and emblematic buildings all of them with history linked to the fishing arts as the new museum of the East once a salt cod store from the North Sea. On the way to Belém arrival point of the ships coming from the Discoveries. Yellow Boat Tour Far from the noise and rush of the city, it seems like you are standing in a floating stage with a privileged view to the “7 Hills City”. While slowly sliding through the Tagus river surface on the Yellow Boat, you can observe the most important monuments and edifications such as the Saint Jorge Castle, the Sé Cathedral and the April 25th Bridge.