From which ever side you want to look, this beauty dates back by the time of the Phoenicians. It is mentioned in the Odyssey by the Greeks, and made part of the mighty empire of Carthage. Lisbon is one of the oldest capital cities in Europe founded 200 years after the foundation of Athens. After the fall of mighty roman empire, Germanic, Visigoths, and Vandal tribes pillaged the country. By the 8th century Islam arrived and Portugal becomes part of the Caliphate. By the time of the crusades in the 12 century Portugal becomes a Christian city. In the 15-18 century is one of the major capitol cities that gives birth to the age of discoveries, and thrives in riches from Asia, Africa, and south America until a fatal earthquake of 1755 destroys it almost entirely. This tour is afternoon or morning walking tour. Visiting the most important parts of historical Lisbon (Sao Pedro de Alcantara - walking down to Chiado and To the Merchant Square. Heading on the narrow streets of Alfama, and climb up to the Castle of Saint George) We stop to taste a traditional pastry with a coffee, and later in Alfama in a traditional small "Tasca" and we try some of the Portuguese finger-food, a traditional drink and many more...
Prefered Meeting Point: Theatre Maria II - Rossio (close to the Statue of Dom Pedro IV)
Prefered Meeting Time: 10:00 or 16:00
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HOW IT WORKS
1. Book the tour for the date you request.
2. You'll be notified via e-mail once the local guide confirms the date.
3. Make the payment online to complete the booking.