Lisbon by the River Side
100% eletric vehicle 6 sitting capacity Tour guide included
- 2 hr2 hours
- 150 euros150 €
- Avenida da Liberdade
The 15th and 16th centuries were certainly the golden age for Portugal. At this time Lisbon was an influential city of commercial exchanges, where ships from everywhere stopped. “For seas never sailed before, (…)”. Vasco da Gama, a brave and fearless man, began his journey in search of what until then was no longer an illusion, that is, the search for the unknown and the burning desire to reach India. Belém is located in the west of Lisbon and clearly represents those distant times of conquest and sovereignty. The Belém tower and the monastery of the Jerónimos, both the greatest exponent of Manueline architecture, perfectly show these times of conquest and ambition. But it is not just history that defines this tour, here we find the famous and desired Belém custard tarts (pastel de nata). It was right here that monks developed it and where the famous recipe is kept religiously. And between you and me, you don't have to wait hours in line to taste them. We tell you how to do it.
Av. da Liberdade 6, 1250-144 Lisboa, Portugal