Join us on a trip to the Castelo São Jorge’s (Saint-George’s Castle) neighborhood and the Lisbon Cathedral overlooking the Tagus River and the oldest quarter of Lisbon.
This tour takes you back to the Roman times with its amphitheater and the thermal waters of Alfama, named later on “Al-Hamma” by the Moors.
This quaint part of the city remains an authentic labyrinth of alleys, interior patios, stairways, and tiny squares.
Judaism, Islam, and Christianism are still the three major religions in Portugal.
Alfama was also a fisherman district. Its spirit oozes on every corner where Fado sings. This walking tour takes you to the most authentic local life of the city.
*3:00pm from 1st of October to 30th of March
5:00pm from 1st of April to 30th of September
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English-speaking live guide
Free for children under 12