Lisbon City Walking Tours | Vox City

Lisbon: 3 City Walking Tours

Lisbon, the city of seven hills, azulejo tiles, Manueline architecture, vintage trams, evocative street art, fado music, and the world's best custard tarts. An unbeatable mix of heritage, art, culture, and food.. On our guided walking tours through lively Lisbon, not only do we delve into the Alfama, Baixa-Chiado and Bairro Alto neighbourhoods, but more importantly, we find the best places to get those delicious Portuguese custard tarts.

Start your Lisbon city experience on our Alfama walking tour to find your feet in the foundations of the city through its extraordinary history and architecture. The tour begins at Lisbon's most famous landmark, the Augusta Street Arch, flanked by the iconic yellow ministry buildings on the Tagus Strait waterfront. But before continuing, you will be able to grab a thirst-quenching coffee at Lisbon's oldest cafe, Martinho da Arcada. Once refreshed, you’ll be ready to go on a hunt through the Old Town for remains of the Moorish rule, including the Portas do Mar Arch and Alfama Tower.

Our Baixa-Chiado tour focuses on the coolest sights in the city. Among our intriguing stops are Bertrand Bookstore, namely the oldest bookstore in the world, and Cafe of the Brazilian Lady, one of the city's oldest and most highly reputed cafes. Giving your feet a break, the 19th-century Bica and Gloria Elevators will take you up to reach the Bairro Alto neighbourhood, where our evening route begins. Here, we will find Lisbon's most esteemed cultural spaces, from the National Theatre to the Trinity Theatre. Of course, there are many more scenic vistas to see along our path as the sun sets.

These routes are just two of six self-guided tours you can take throughout the city using our app and at your own pace. Discover Belém, with its renowned Tower and learn the story of the delicious Pasteis de Nata. Meanwhile, the Castelo and Graça self-guided route will take you to the famous Sao Jorge Castle and tell you the story of the oldest house in Lisbon. Finally, stroll down the Avenida da Liberdade at your own pace and learn about the history of Portugal in depth.
Lisbon is such a multifaceted city that there's always something more to be explored. So, use the free Vox City app (included in your ticket) to discover delightful walking tours and amazing self-guided routes around more of Lisbon's neighbourhoods during the day and at night, at your own pace.

Join a guided tour at one of our joining points:
⚬ Arco rua Augusta
⚬ Igreja de São Miguel
⚬ Panteão Nacional
⚬ Estátua São Vicente
⚬ Portas do Sol
⚬ Largo Camões
⚬ Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara
⚬ Teatro Nacional D. Maria II
⚬ Corpo Santo
⚬ Largo Camões

Also, enjoy our self-guided routes:
⚬ Bairro Alto & Estrela
⚬ Belém
⚬ Castelo & Graça
⚬ Avenida da Liberdade

What you get:
✔️‘Alfama’ walking tour
✔️‘Baixa & Chiado’ walking tour
✔️‘Lisbon by Night’ walking tour
✔️Unlimited access to walking tours, valid for 3 days
✔️ 4 FREE self-guided walking tours in the Vox City app
✔️ Multilingual audio commentary in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German

What you don’t get:
✖️ Mobile Device
✖️ Headphones
✖️ Entry to Attractions
✖️ Public Transportation Tickets

⚬ Your ticket is valid for 3 days. Join any of our 3 walking tours as you please during this time
⚬ The Vox City App is included in your ticket, use it to track your guide and book your spot on the tours
⚬ Guided tours depart from 09h30 at the main meeting point: Arco da Rua Augusta, Rua Augusta 2, Lisbon.
⚬ Using the Vox City App, discover the rest of Lisbon with our 5 self-guided routes included in the price
⚬ All passes are valid for 12 months from your selected travel date. If your plans change and you’re unable to participate on your chosen date, simply use your voucher at another time
⚬ Tours operate daily

Using your own mobile phone as your guiding and listening device, our experiences are completely contactless and naturally adhere to social distancing guidelines.

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