Lisbon Hidden: Self-Drive Private Tour in E-Cars

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  • 2 hr

Did you know that Lisbon has always been known for its bohemian side? Take a tour of Lisbon's alternative neighborhoods and discover the B side of the city Check out the now chic areas once populated by prostitutes and sailors and drive through the narrow and steep streets of Chiado and Bairro Alto. All artists and bon vivants circulate here so you can have a look at this lifestyle! See how Lisbon gets ready for the night, the parties, the bars, the Rua Cor-de-Rosa, the rhythms, the drinks, the terraces in the hidden gardens and the paths of temptation! AUTONOMY - You can customize your tour route PRIVACY - Just you and your group. No more people to disturb SAFETY (Covid-19) - We comply with all the safety measures of Portuguese Gov and EU TECHNOLOGY - Free Wi-Fi; GPS Audio-Guide; Live streaming & Tour recording SUSTAINABILITY - Our cars are 100% electric and we've a green policy in all that concerns our activity Share Your Experience

Itinerary Details

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Once a degraded space in the city, the Intendente was rehabilitated in 2012, becoming an appealing and reinvigorated space, with a multicultural and cosmopolitan atmosphere that appeals to both locals and tourists visiting the city.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Praca Martim Moniz

This square, overlooking the Castle, is where the greatest number of ethnic groups in the city meet. With large Asian communities making their living here, it is normal to find, located here, many restaurants and supermarkets from this region of the globe.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Praca da Figueira

One of the most central squares in the city, once the site of a large open-air market. Nowadays it is occupied by shops, restaurants and cafes, also serving as a stage for young skaters to show their skills.

Duration: 10 minutes

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Usually known as Rossio, this is one of the most beautiful squares in the city. Marked by the beautiful patterns of the Portuguese pavement and by the many trees and fountains that surround it, you can also see the neoclassical theater D.Maria II and a statue of D. Pedro IV with 27 meters in height.

Duration: 20 minutes

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This famous monument in a neo-Gothic style is distinguished from other monuments in the city for its architecture. Created by Mesnier du Ponsard, it connects Rua do Ouro to Largo do Carmo and leaves visitors impressed by its peculiarity.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Chiado

The most elegant and charming neighbourhood in the city of Lisbon, takes us back to the atmosphere of the 18th century, when famous poets and writers such as Fernando Pessoa and Eça de Queiroz walked and made their living here. It is filled with theaters, antique bookstores and international brand stores.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Largo do Carmo

It is here that the Carmo convent and church are located, places that withstood the terrible earthquake of 1755, and that remember that disastrous day. This square was also one of the stages of the Carnation Revolution, which in 1974 ended the dictatorship in Portugal.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Also known as Largo Camões, this is one of the focal points of Lisbon's movida, where different people of different ages gather to start the night in Bairro Alto. In the center is the statue of the most important Portuguese poet: Luís Vaz de Camões.

Stop At: Bairro Alto

Created in the 14th century, Bairro Alto truly changes overnight. During the day it's a dormant neighbourhood and hung over from the night before. At night, the restaurants and bars open to the lively Lisbon crowd, which fills the narrow streets of this bohemian and iconic place.

Duration: 30 minutes

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A viewpoint on a terrace, with gardens, busts of historical figures and kiosks, where you can enjoy a beautiful view over the city of Lisbon, which includes the Castle of S. Jorge, the Tagus River and the city's downtown.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Situated by the river, this neighbourhood is a lively gastronomic and nightlife destination. Known for its cosmopolitan character, this is where the Ribeira Market is located, where you can taste the meals of many renowned chefs.

Duration: 15 minutes

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The main market in the Portuguese capital since 1892, it was remodeled in 2014, now offering catering stalls run by renowned chefs, who delight locals and the many tourists who pass through here.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: The Pink Street

Rua Nova de Carvalho is a pedestrian street that was the target of an urban intervention in 2013, painting the pavement pink, between bars and clubs. It became one of the busiest spaces in Lisbon's nightlife and is an open-air art gallery.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: National Museum of Ancient Art

Created in 1884, this museum houses the most complete public collection in the country, where we can find pieces of painting, sculpture, and decorative arts. It has many works considered as “national treasures”.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: LX Factory

An old industrial complex with almost 200 years old, transformed into a space full of art galleries, bookstores, and restaurants, maintaining the industrial atmosphere of yesteryear and introducing contemporary elements from various urban artists.

Duration: 30 minutes
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