- Explore the southern neighborhoods of Lisbon by electric bike on a 3-hour ride
- See beautiful cafes, avenues and Baixa, the downtown of Lisbon City
Meet at the lively square in Martim Moniz, where the legendary tram No. 28 departs and ethnic shops and cafés can be found on every street corner. Continue into Baixa (Downtown Lisbon), stretching from the riverfront to the elegant Avenida da Liberdade. Marvel at the cobblestone streets and imposing squares, before going to Ribeira das Naus.
Explore Lisbon’s waterfront, where many of the Portuguese ships of the “Age of Discoveries” were built. Learn more about Lisbon’s global adventures in Belém, located at the mouth of the River Tagus. See sights such as Belém Tower, built in the early 16th century in the Portuguese Manueline style.
Next, cross the Tagus River by ferry to continue by bike to the statue of Almada e Cristo Rei. Get up-close to the outstetched arms of Christ the King, and enjoy breathtaking views back over Lisbon.
Along the way, your guide will provide important historical information, tell engaging stories and little-known facts, and give you the option to stop and taste a typical Portuguese pastry and some hot wine before your return to the meeting point.
- Helmet by request
- Ferry Ticket
- Food and Drinks