Lisbon Sunset Sensations Sailing Tour with white or rosé wine & snacks

170 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 2 hr

***Disclaimer*** The 17h00 starting time is merely indicative! The sunset tour starts 2 hours before the sunset. You'll receive you correct starting time as soon as your booking is processed! Experience a sunset you're not soon to forget on this sailing excursion from Lisbon. Your charter takes you and your group of up to 10 on an unforgettable cruise around Lisbon’s surrounding area, starting with Belém and the famous Monument of Discoveries. Watch the setting sun play on the Champalimaud Foundation and sail under the Ponte 25 de Abril bridge. Enjoy complimentary wine as finally head towards the sunset for an unforgettable moment. We offer 1 bottle of wine each 3 people and snacks

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: 25 de Abril Bridge

Ponte 25 de Abril ( 25th of April Bridge ) is a suspension bridge built to connect Lisbon city with the Almada district, that lies on the southern side of the river Tagus. Constructed in 1966 by the American Bridge Company, this bridge was formerly called as Ponte Salazar. However, in 1974, to commemorate the Carnation Revolution, this bridge was renamed as Ponte 25 de Abril.

Pass By: Santuario Nacional de Cristo Rei

Cristo Rei (Christ the King) is a Catholic monument and shrine located in the city of Almada, across the River Tejo, overlooking Lisbon. Inspired by Rio’s famous Christ the Redeemer statue, the 110 metre-tall Cristo Rei (about 360 feet and 11 inches) was erected in 1959.

Pass By: Torre de Belem

Standing on the waterfront at Belém, near the mouth of the River Tagus, the Torre de Belém is arguably the most iconic symbol of Lisbon. Originally conceived as a lighthouse, the tower was eventually built as a defensive fortress on the orders of King Manuel I.

Pass By: Padrao dos Descobrimentos

The monolithic Padrão dos Descobrimentos, looking like a caravel ship frozen in midswell, was inaugurated in 1960 on the 500th anniversary of Henry the Navigator’s death. The 56m-high limestone giant is chock-full of Portuguese bigwigs. At the prow is Henry, while behind him are explorers Vasco da Gama, Diogo Cão, Fernão de Magalhães (Ferdinand Magellan) and 29 other greats.

Pass By: MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology

MAAT is a cultural project for the city of Lisbon that is focused on three areas - Art, Architecture, and Technology. The museum sits on the River Tagus (Rio Tejo) to the west of the city centre and is "one of Europe's most lyrical new museums". It establishes a connection between the new building and the Tejo Power Station, one of Portugal's most prominent examples of industrial architecture from the first half of the 20th century, and one of the most visited museums in the country.

Pass By: Palacio Nacional da Ajuda

This neo-classical palace was built in the first half of the 19C and was chosen as the residence for the Portuguese royal family when D. Luís I (1838-1889) became king and married an Italian princess, D. Maria Pia of Savoy (1847-1911). It is a typical example of a 19C royal residence and has an important collection of decorative art (gold and silver ware, paintings, sculpture, furniture, tapestries, glassware, porcelain, etc.). The palace was closed at the time of the proclamation of the Portuguese Republic in 1910 and reopened as a museum in 1938. Some of the most important presidential ceremonies now take place here.

Pass By: National Museum of Ancient Art

This museum is housed in a 17C palace and in a building that stands on the site of a 16C Carmelite convent, of which all that now remains is a Baroque chapel. It is one of the most important Portuguese museums and has a magnificent garden overlooking the River Tagus. To illustrate the special relationship between the Portuguese and different peoples from overseas, this museum has a collection of valuable decorative pieces from Africa, India and China, including carved ivory, furniture, embroidery, silverware, porcelain, silks and a collection of Namban art, with Japanese screens and lacquerware.
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