In the site www.lisbon-tourism.com you can find information on how to get around Lisbon, the city’s points of interest and to plan your trip. You can enjoy Lisboa by foot, metro, bus, trams, street elevators or Tuk-tuk's, a form of transportation that is becoming increasingly popular in Lisboa.
We suggest the following pedestrian tours:
Starting at the Rossio square (Rossio metro station, green line), stroll down Rua Augusta, a pedestrian and lively street, full of outdoor cafes, clothing stores and street entertainment.
Near the end of Rua Augusta, climb to the top of the Arco da Rua Augusta to enjoy the view over the river Tejo (to the south) and over the Baixa Pombalina (to the north).
Again, at ground floor, visit the Terreiro do Paço (Praça do Comércio), one of the largest main squares of Europe, with the particularity of being open to the river on its south side. Walk to the river front at Cais das Colunas and enjoy the sunset in the river beach at Avenida Ribeira das Naus.
Start at Chiado (Baixo-Chiado metro station, green and blue lines) to visit the oldest commercial area in Lisbon.
Visit the Luís de Camões square, whose name is in honour of possibly our most famous poet.
Stop by the Brasileira Cafe for a coffee at the esplanade and take a picture with one of our most famous writers: Fernando Pessoa.
Visit the archaeological museum located at the ruins of the Convento do Carmo.
Visit the Belém district and enjoy several historical monuments such as the Torre de Belém, the Padrão dos Descobrimentos and the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos - do not forget to stop by Pastéis de Belém and taste one the best pastry in the world;