There are things that you can only see in Lisbon and then there are things that you can only see in Lisbon if you know exactly where to look for them. With so many churches and chapels, museums and foundations, it’s easy to get sidetracked and surprised by unexpected discoveries. But if you really want to discover some of the city’s more unique characteristics, the ideal thing is to establish an area that most interests you, such as 17th-century tile panels, streets with original names, or Manueline-style buildings. You’ll find suggestions here for routes to deepen your knowledge on the subject.
The best way to discover Lisbon and Cascais on the same trip is to catch the train and let your eyes soak up the views of the coast and the sea.
A diverse and competitively priced offer: walking tours in typical neighborhoods, tours by day or night, by walking or private van, exploring Sintra, street art and many others.
To discover Lisbon in the company of friendly and knowledgeable tour guides is the whole point of Lisbon Walker, overtaking the limitations of guidebooks to unveil the real personality of this unique location.