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Discover the beauty of Lisbon in a unique and exciting way – on a sidecar motorbike! See all of Lisbon’s highlights, like the famous 16th-century Tower of Belem, the Jerónimos Monastery, and the charming districts of Alfama, Bairro Alto and Chiado, while you relax and have fun on your sidecar. Motorbikes allow one to two passengers, and are driven by a qualified guide, who will ensure you have a memorable experience. With a choice of morning, afternoon, evening and full-day private tours, select the best option for you and see the best of Lisbon!
See the best of Lisbon in an exciting an unforgettable way – in a sidecar! Relax as your private chauffeur takes you around Lisbon on a three-hour guided tour with stops along the way to take pictures and learn interesting facts from your chauffeur.Start with a visit to the historic district of Belem, by the waterfront. Drive past the famous 16th-century Tower of Belem and the Jerónimos Monastery, two great examples of Manueline art. Stop at a local patisserie to sample the pastel de nata (custard tart), one of Portugal's most famous pastries (own expense; morning and afternoon tours only). Continue with a visit to Alfama, a Moorish neighborhood and the oldest district in Lisbon, followed by a ride through Bairro Alto – Lisbon’s bohemian district – and the aristocratic Chiado neighborhood. Finish your tour with a visit to Baixa and Rossio, in downtown Lisbon, a lively area where locals gather at night, and ride along the Avenida da Liberdade and Marques de Pombal toward Lisbon center. In the evening tour, stop here for a taste of the famous Ginjinha liqueur (own expense), before you finish your tour!Upgrade to a full-day tourUpgrade to a full-day sidecar tour to make the most of your time in Lisbon. With an extra three hours to spend in Lisbon, see all the highlights of the half-day tour then enjoy a delicious Portuguese lunch at a local restaurant (own expense).Next, relax on the sidecar as you cross the River Tagus along the 15th of April Bridge, a 1.5-mile (2.2-km) suspension bridge. Take in views of Lisbon from the municipality of Almada, and continue toward the Cristo Rei Sanctuary, which boasts great views of Lisbon from the distance.Relax in the sidecar on the way back to Lisbon while your private guide explains interesting facts about the city, for your last stop at Parque das Nações Expo area, the newest part of the city where the 1998 Universal Exposition was held.
- Helmet(s), rain-gear and gloves
- All taxes, fees and handling charges
What's not included
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Pastel de nata
- Ginjinha liqueur
- All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
- All necessary equipment included
- Choice of morning or afternoon departure
- Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences