Self-Guided Audio Tour - Lisbon on Wheels: the capital of the sea

Lisbon, Portugal
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What To Expect

For those who prefer to discover Lisbon on wheels, we have prepared the perfect audio tour. You will start at the Se de Alfama, where Jews, Christians and Muslims lived together and survived the devastating earthquake of 1775. You will continue to the Miradouro das Portas do Sol. From here you can see the Monastery of San Vicente de Fora and the dome of the National Pantheon. Another viewpoint you will visit is the Mirador da Graça. Your next stop will be in front of the Graça Church and Convent of Graça. While admiring the scenery and the colorful neighborhoods, you will reach the Our Lady of The Mount viewpoint. You will also pass by the Church of St. Vicent da Fora, which houses the largest collection of Baroque tiles in the world. Your tour ends with a special commentary in front of the National Pantheon, where your narrator will reveal curious facts about the construction of the Pantheon. You will also learn the story behind the Plaza Figuera.

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Important info

Wheelchair accessible. Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller. Service animals allowed. Public transportation options are available nearby. Specialized infant seats are available. Transportation options are wheelchair accessible. All areas and surfaces are wheelchair accessible. Suitable for all physical fitness levels

What's included
All chapters with offline use, maps and tips to explore the city
What's not included
Snacks Smartphone, headsets and transport . Admission Ticket
Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day in advance
Meeting Point

Self-guided audio tours that let you immerse yourself in the stories of the places you visit, at your own pace, on your own terms. This is an audio tour experience. No tour guide will meet you, and No admission tickets are sold. You must Locate yourself in front of the Sé de Alfama Cathedral.