Full Day Tour with a driver at your disposal for the day
Explore Lisbon in style on board a private vehicle with a driver at your disposal for 8 hours. See the sites you want to see, from historic downtown and Belém Tower, to the contemporary architecture of the Parque das Nações, and much more.
Starting time: 9:00 AM
Duration: Full Day
Pick-up and drop off: at your hotel in Lisbon
From: 35 Euros
- Explore Lisbon on board a private car
- Tour at your own pace and according to your schedule
- See the historic monuments of Belém, including Jeronimos Monastery and Belém Tower
- Try some tasty Pastéis de Belém custard tarts
- Explore Alfama, the oldest quarter of Lisbon, and get city views from St. George’s Castle
This is a private tour just for you or your small group Flexible tour schedule to adjust to your needs
Please note that Jeronimos Monastery and Belém Tower are both closed on Mondays
Pick-up and drop off at your hotel in Lisbon
Full-day private tour
Driver at your disposal
Transportation by private vehicle
Meals, Entrance fees, Guide services and Personal expenses
Lisbon Private Full Day Tour
Enjoy a chauffeur driven tour of Lisbon, traveling by private car on a full-day tour tailored to your schedule.
Following a hotel pick-up, a good place to start is the historical area of Belém, where Lisbon’s most symbolic monuments are located. Visit the Jeronimos Monastery and Belém Tower, renowned examples of Lisbon’s architectural beauty. Nearby, you'll want to try some sweet Pastéis de Belém, a kind of custard tart made to a well kept secret recipe.
Next, explore Downtown Lisbon to learn how it was completely rebuilt in a classical style after the terrible earthquake of 1755 that destroyed the city. Right in front of the river is the famous Praça do Comércio, one of the most beautiful squares in Europe.
After some free time for lunch, go to Alfama, the oldest quarter of Lisbon or visit St. George’s Castle for panoramic views across the city.
By contrast, the modern quarter of Lisbon at Parque das Nações is a lesson in urban regeneration. The former industrial neighborhood underwent a major transformation when it was chosen as the location for the Expo 98 (World Exposition). Today, it is a privileged zone of the city, with beautiful river views, green spaces, and a wide variety of facilities, including a casino, shopping mall, marina, cable car, and the stunning Lisbon Oceanarium, the largest in Europe.