Fado and Dinner Walk
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- duration 4 hours
- tour type Small group
- age requirement 12-79 yrs
- max group size 12
- guiding method Fully guided
- Tour Code BM-919
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- Operated in English
- Enjoy the most charismatic Fado districts of Lisbon: Mouraria & Alfama points
- Experience the sweet taste of Lisbon’s favorite liqueur in a local Fado tavern
- Walking tour through Alfama
- Dinner with live fado show
Experience the sweet taste of Lisbon’s favorite liqueur – Ginjinha – in a local Fado tavern, while walking in Mouraria.
Stop on a viewpoint to reflect on the beauty of the river Tagus and then continue on to finish this Lisbon walking tour on the restaurant.
Enjoy a rousing Fado performance in a typical restaurant accompanied by a delicious dinner, with some Portuguese dishes and our famous wine.
- Ginjinha tasting
- Dinner accompanied by live fado show
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