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Lisbon River Sightseeing Cruise

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  • 2 hr

On this tour, we’ll leave the introductions to the Tagus River. In fact, only the Tagus River is just as good a host. Ah, the Tagus... Ah, Lisbon seen from the Tagus River... Hop on board, take a seat and enjoy the view of the city from this minicruise. We'll sail past the most picturesque quarters and areas that frame the historic city centre until we reach Belém, where every monument represents a chapter in a unique book that recounts the Portuguese Discoveries.

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: Cityrama Gray Line Portugal

Transportation from the starting point to the boat.

Pass By: Torre de Belem

Strategically built on the north bank of the river Tagus, between 1514 and 1520, to defend the bar of Lisbon, it is one of the jewels of the architecture of the reign of King Manuel I.

Pass By: Padrao dos Descobrimentos

Insulated and highlighted on the wall at the edge of the Tagus River, the Monument to the Discoveries evokes Portugal's overseas expansion. It synthesizes a glorious past and symbolizes the grandeur of the work of Prince Henry the founder of the discoveries.

Pass By: Mosteiro dos Jeronimos

The Monastery is a cultural landmark that has not escaped even artists, chroniclers or travelers during its five centuries of existence. It was the reception and burial of kings, later poets. Today it is admired by each of us, not only as a remarkable piece of architecture but as an integral part of our culture and identity.

Pass By: Praca do Comercio (Terreiro do Paco)

A square in the Baixa de Lisboa located along the Tagus River, in the area that was the site of the palace of the kings of Portugal for about two centuries and is now partially occupied by some government departments. It is one of the largest squares in Europe, with about 36,000 m²

Pass By: Alfama

Alfama one of the oldest districts of Lisbon and was founded by the Arabs who gave it the name "Al-hama", which means "source of warm waters, good waters". One does not live a genuine experience in Lisbon without getting lost among the alleys and charms of the neighborhood that is considered the heart of the city.