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Old and Modern Gems of Lisbon

Come with us and uncover the secrets of the ancient city of Lisbon, one of the oldest cities in the world, thought to date back over 300,000 years. On this very complete tour by minibus you will see all the facets of this amazing city, from the ancient to the modern and from the hilltops to the sea. The amphitheatre-shaped Lisbon looks down from the seven hills it is built upon to the Tagus River below. Your tour will take you to see such sights as the Manueline style Monument of the Discoveries and The Tower of Belem, from where the caravels set sail during the great exploration and when Vasco de Gama discovered the route to India. The UNESCO World Heritage site of Jeronimo’s Monastery housed an order of monks who gave comfort and guidance to sailors throughout four centuries. These second two monuments are also known as two of the Seven Wonders of Portugal. En route we will discover the famous Moorish Quarter and Baixa quarter with its romantic avenues and buildings. Baroque and Gothic monuments stand side by side with bold modern buildings designed by local and international architects. See as well the Parc de Nacoes and the modern day Oceanarium, representing the city’s long history with the sea. You will be enthralled by this diverse cosmopolitan flavour and atmosphere in this vibrant city and your memories of it will stay with you for ever. Come with us and uncover the secrets of the ancient city of Lisbon, one of the oldest cities in the world, thought to date back over 300,000 years. On this very complete tour by minibus you will see all the facets of this amazing city, from the ancient to the modern and from the hilltops to the sea. The amphitheatre-shaped Lisbon looks down from the seven hills it is built upon to the Tagus River Meeting/pick-up point: Outside Hotel's Reception, except for clients staying in hotels in Parque das Nações who will need to go to the following meeting point: Hotel Sana Evolution in Saldanha.

Drop-off location: In Rossio or Marques de Pombal. Duration: Nine hours. Start/opening time: At 9.30am. End/closing time: At 6.30pm. Languages: Portuguese, English, French and Spanish. Others: Pick-up time-to be informed 24/48 hours before the tour. Includes: entrance at Belém tower and a famous Belém pastry. The tour might vary depending on weather conditions or events that could take place on certain dates.