Lisbon - Portugal
Portuguese Tiles (Azulejos) Tour in Lisbon
During this walking tour, you will discover the Praça de D. Pedro IV, the plaza at the heart of Lisbon for several centuries. In this main plaza, trials, theatrical shows, festivals, military parades and executions have taken place. Then, we will venture to São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint you can see the oldest districts of Lisbon and get a perspective of the main monuments of Lisbon.
Throughout this tour you will visit:
D. Pedro IV Square, also known as Rossio Square, which has been the setting for revolts, celebrations, bullfights and executions since the city was founded.
Church of St. Dominic
Rossio Station: The beautiful main train station of Lisbon.
Largo de Santa Casa da Misericórdia: Historical building (built in 1783) that now houses the Museo de São Roque.
Church of São Roque
Pedro de Alcântara look out over the oldest districts of Lisbon from which you will be able to see all of the major monuments of Lisbon.
Convent of Pedro de Alcântara: Historical Franciscan monastery in Barrio Alto
Visit to Bairro Alto Rua do Século: the main palaces of the 19th century in Lisbon
Ruins of the Carmo Convent: Convent ruined during the 1755 Lisbon Earthquake
Luís de Camões Square: Main Plaza of the Chiado neighborhood. In its center stands the statue of 16th century epic poet Luís de Camões.