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Lisbon 3-Hour Food Tour by Eco-Tuk

1. Lisbon 3-Hour Food Tour by Eco-Tuk

Discover the secrets of the culinary culture of Lisbon while exploring lesser-known, authentic city neighborhoods aboard an Eco-Tuk. This vehicle is 100 per cent electric, super comfortable, and is perfect for the city's steep and narrow streets. Tram 28 is an icon of Lisbon. Following along the route of this picturesque tram you’ll enjoy some of the historical and natural heritage that the city has to offer. Visit a viewpoint in the Graça neighborhood, located on the highest hill of Lisbon, and stop for a picnic provided by the team of storytellers. On this 3-hour tour you can also explore the old, narrow streets of the Alfama neighborhood. Visit the Baixa quarter, a result of the reconstruction of the city after the earthquake of 1755. In the heart of the city you’ll have the opportunity to sample some canned fish, Vinho Verde, Port wine, ham, cheese, marmalade, and bread. Next you’ll head up to Chiado, one of the most cosmopolitan and historical districts of the city. Keep on following the route of Tram 28 to its last stop, in Campo de Ourique. Get ready for a sweet treat! Feel like a local, while tasting delicious food and drinks prepared and served by locals in typical shops and markets, and at taverns and the city’s viewpoints.

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tasty and interesting

Our guide, a very smart guy, kind, courteous, with an excellent Italian, "scoured" us for Lisbon showing us the highlights of the city, giving us time to visit some of them, then taking us to characteristic places to enjoy excellent delicacies locals. He also worked hard for our 12-year-old son to drink what he preferred instead of the wines provided for us adults. Money well spent x an overview of Lisbon, having little time to visit it and being able to avoid the car (chaotic traffic and difficult city to get around) and public transport (dear if you do not make the Lisboa Card which however is not convenient x half day)

Hugo was an excellent driver and guide. We suggest carrying the "culinary" in a cool box and opening it at the appropriate places and tasting it. The practice used on the tour was not optimal. Then a "very good" would be given.

In Hugo we had a very charming and knowledgeable guide who responded to our personal requests. We had a very nice afternoon and would recommend this tour again and again!