Shore Excursions


Lisboa Shore Excursion: Only Portugal manages to be both astonishingly charming without losing its old-fashioned features and Lisbon is the best representative of it. A city where you will see the inheritance of their most fruitful era when they had colonies like Brazil, India and Mozambique; the azulejos that the Moors left after 3 centuries of governance; and the present mix of people coming from Africa, Asia and Europe. With this shore excursion in Lisbon you will enter to land where famous minds once lived like: Vasco de Gama and Fernando Pessoa.

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Shore Excursion in Lisboa, Portugal Price: 20 EUR
Duration: 5 hours
Level Activity: Low

Extra Fees: No extra cost

What's eating: An absolutely must is the pastéis de nata, no matter where do you get them they are always delicious.
Souvenir: Some sardine puppet or some azulejos piece for decoration.

Code Dress: Please note the Dress Code recommended to enter any church. No shorts, bare shoulders or miniskirts. This applies to both men and women. Comfortable walking shoes and sunscreen are recommended


During our trip to Lisbon will try to learn more about this city. From the port by bus we will begin our shore excursion heading towards the Torre de Belem, built to be the lighthouse and fortress of the port of Restelo. From here, we will go with our coach to the heart of the city, where we will visit Rossio Square (in the Baixa , the "lower" part of the city) that is the most popular squares of Lisbon, in the center of which stands the stature of King Dom Pedro IV ( about 27 meters high, its base is adorned with four statues , representing the cardinal virtues attributed to King Dom Pedro: prudence , strength, temperance and justice). In the area, we will admire some buildings built by the will of the Marquis of Pombal. Then we will move and visit the Church of Santo Antonio, built in Baroque style and dating from the eighteenth century, the Gothic Cathedral located next door, and finally we will come to Miradouro do Alto Parque Eduardo VII. This belvedere will offer us the spectacle of the view of the entire city. We will continue our shore excursion heading towards the Monastero dos Jerónimos (external visit), declared World Heritage by UNESCO, that  we will visit before descending through the narrow streets of Alfama and arrive at Praça do Comércio, on the bank of the river Tagus (Tejo in Portuguese).
We will then go to Bairro Alto, which will be the last leg of our shore excursion: once the district of rich families, the nineteenth district has taken on a split personality : on the one hand, the aristocratic families, on the other creative people, artists, restaurants and libraries that are the masters at weekends.


*Shore excursions could be subject to variations due to external causes as Cruise Companies politics, weather conditions, duration of the stay of the ship in the port, legal demonstrations