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Lisbon: 7 Hills Half-Day Electric Bike Tour

1. Lisbon: 7 Hills Half-Day Electric Bike Tour

Climb aboard an electric e-bike to make light work of the 7 hills of Lisbon. Considered by many to be too hard for cycling - thanks to its constant ascents and descents - you can contradict that theory, even reaching the highest points of the city. Departing from Rua Cais de Santarém, close to the harbor, head off to sites such as the famous flea market of Feira da Ladra, the monumental church of Panteão Nacional, and the Mannerist Monastery of São Vicente de Fora.  Get panoramic views from the terrace of Chão do Loureiro, the Miradouro da Graça viewpoint, and the mirador of Monte Agudo in Penha de França. Your electric motor buzzing, pass the 15th-century Palácio Belmonte and the quaint neighborhood of Vila Berta. Chill out in the Campos Mártires da Pátria and the Jardim do Torel park.  And see some of the city’s most iconic sights, including the Sé de Lisboa cathedral, and the Ascensor da Lavra funicular, one of the first vehicles to conquer Lisbon’s hills back in 1884.

Lisbon: 2.5-Hour Hills Tour by Electric Bike

2. Lisbon: 2.5-Hour Hills Tour by Electric Bike

Explore some of the 7 hills of Lisbon by electric bike, and see more than you would on a conventional sightseeing tour. The easy-to-drive electric bikes are eco-friendly and boast a stylish vintage design that will turn heads as you explore the hidden sights of Alfama, Mouraria and Graça, some of the most historic neighborhoods of the Portuguese capital. Cruise up to panoramic observation points, passing antique shops and enchanting restaurants along the way, and get a unique perspective of the city and its people.

Lisbon: 1-Hour Beer or Sangria Bike Sightseeing Tour

3. Lisbon: 1-Hour Beer or Sangria Bike Sightseeing Tour

Board your colorful yellow beer bike then set out on an exciting sightseeing venture around the streets of Lisbon. Pedal to some of the city’s most famous sights and attractions including the Tejo River, Torre de Belem, Monument of the Discoveries, 25 de Abril Bridge, and more. As you ride around the city, make unforgettable memories with your friends and enjoy a selection of drinks from the onboard bar including craft beers, tasty sangria, soft-drinks, and water.  Enhance the experience and bring your own music along too which can be connected to the bar’s speakers, or listen to the tour’s preselected playlist with accompanying lights. The tour lasts approximately 1-hour, with a toilet break every 15-minutes. The bike is suitable for up to 18 passengers, with 10 people pedaling, plus your friendly guide who ensures your fun and safety throughout.

Lisbon: 3-Hour Tour by E-Bike

4. Lisbon: 3-Hour Tour by E-Bike

Discover the beauty of Lisbon and explore the city's highest points comfortably with an e-bike. Begin your cycling tour after a short briefing and cycle towards the viewpoint of São Pedro de Alcântara, passing the Portuguese Parliament. Continue along the Avenida da Liberdade and take a look at the finest and most expensive shops in Lisbon. Afterwards, discover the area around the Castelo de São Jorge and enjoy a fantastic view of the city from the famous Miradouro das Portas do Sol. Drive down towards the historic Alfama Quarter and finally reach the starting point of the tour at Handelsplatz.

Lisbon: 3-Hour Bike Tour by the River to Belém

5. Lisbon: 3-Hour Bike Tour by the River to Belém

Get ready for a relaxed tour along Lisbon's riverside. Starting at the cosmopolitan city center, you’ll be able to see the buzz of this beautiful European capital and the levels of tranquility will increase as you advance towards Belém. The entire ride to Belém is along the riverside which means you can expect an extremely pleasant journey full of light, a beautiful landscape, and vibrant city life. If you are interested in history and know about the importance of the Portuguese Discoveries, you will love this neighborhood. Here everything is magnanimous, historical, and sacred. It was from here that many of the great Portuguese explorers embarked on their dangerous and ambitious voyages transforming Portugal into the first global empire. This is one of the most pleasant tours that can be taken in Lisbon, the perfect combination of tranquility, harmony, and landscape contemplation mixed with the busy riverfront esplanades, long green grass fields crowded with musicians, joggers, and artists enjoying Lisbon's essence. This experience also included a complimentary walking tour with local guides, available until March 31, 2022. Take advantage of the opportunity to continue to explore the city through 7 different routes.

Lisbon: Electric Bike Rental

6. Lisbon: Electric Bike Rental

Get acquainted with Lisbon on 2 wheels. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing ride and a chance to enjoy some spectacular views, or to head out on a full-day adventure, an electric bike is the perfect choice. Rent an electric bike to explore Lisbon, and enjoy all the freedom a bike provides as you ride along the city’s picturesque streets. The electric bike makes it easy for you to ride up the hills of Lisbon and get to the highest viewpoints with no effort. The team members will be pleased to recommend specific routes, must-see attractions and great restaurant options. Choose either a 4 or 8-hour rental period.

Lisbon Bike Tour: Downtown Lisbon to Belém

7. Lisbon Bike Tour: Downtown Lisbon to Belém

The Lisbon Bike Tour covers an approachable route, without any climb. The terrain is always descending and flat. You'll start at the top of Parque Eduardo VII and descend through downtown Lisbon all the way to Belém. The tour will last about 4 hours. Usually, your guide makes a short stop downtown. Here, you are offered a Portugese specialty and a typical drink. You will also make another stop in an old café halfway through the ride. This time you have the option of a Portugese pastry. This stop is also a chance for guests to use the restroom or have another drink. Drinks at this café are not included. Taking 4 hours to ride about 10 kilometers means that you can enjoy a slow pace with panoramic views. Your guide will stop at the interesting points in town and tell you about what’s around. This is the best way to get to know Lisbon. The tour concludes in Belém, another historical district in Lisbon. In Belém, you will be on your own and can get return to downtown easily by public transportation – bus, tram and train – or by cab. Your guide will suggest a couple of nice restaurants for lunch, as well as fine monuments to visit in the area in the afternoon.

Lisbon: Guided Tour of Historic Belém by Electric Bike

8. Lisbon: Guided Tour of Historic Belém by Electric Bike

Cycle the banks of the Tagus River, and discover the UNESCO World Heritage monuments of Belém on an electric bike tour of Lisbon. Meet your guide at a central meeting point for a short briefing on how the bikes work. Then, glide off towards the renovated Ribeira Market, where you will find an abundance of traditional stalls selling fish, fruit, vegetables, and flowers.  A separate area features more than 30 restaurants where you can taste food recommended by highly regarded chefs.  Next, bike down the former red light district of the Rua Nova de Carvalho (also known as “Pink Street”), famous for its animated nightlife, and recently named by the New York Times as one of the best streets in Europe. Pass the Cais do Sodré area, a hub of maritime activities since the 15th century and now the ferry terminal for the cacilheiros boats that connect Lisbon and Cacilhas.  Cycle alongside the River Tagus to the Torre Belém, and feast your eyes on the 25th of April Bridge, a symbol of the 25th of April Revolution that put an end to 41 years of dictatorship. Continue past the former thermoelectric plant that is now home to the Electricity Museum, and admire one of the best examples of Industrial architecture in Lisbon. Next, go to the Monument of the Discoveries built in 1940 for the Exhibition of the Portuguese World. Admire the depictions of Portugal’s “Age of Discoveries,” before looking at the 16th-century fortifications of the Torre Belém, part of a defensive system that protected Lisbon from pirates. Enjoy a quiet coffee break away from the tourist traps, before cycling to the 16th-century Monastery of Saint Jerome, one of the finest examples of Manueline-style architecture in the city. There will be the chance to taste one of the famous Belém custard tartlets in the magnificent gardens before it’s time to cycle back to the meeting point.

Lisbon: Delicious Electric Bike Tour

9. Lisbon: Delicious Electric Bike Tour

This tour will focus on the most authentic neighborhoods, the perfect places to find traditional taverns and amazing restaurants. In Alfama (the oldest district in Lisbon), you’ll experience the real Lisbon with its charismatic (and intense) people, cats sleeping on windowsills, twisting streets and blind alleyways where the roofs almost touch each other. Going up the hill until Graça, you’ll find a breathtaking panoramic view at the famous Belvedere “Nossa Senhora do Monte”. After a moment of relaxation at the viewpoint, you'll start going down the hill to salute Mouraria, Lisbon’s most multi-ethnic neighborhood. Here you may find all types of restaurants because about a fifth of the population is from Asia, mainly from China, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. Now, the most important detail of this tour, the tasting experiences! You'll visit Lisbon’s greatest cafés and taverns, important landmarks of this city where you’ll enjoy some snacks and drinks. Get ready for delicious treats such as custard tarts, codfish cakes, bifana, ginja liquor, Portuguese Green Wine, and more!

Lisbon: Downtown E-Bike Guided Tour

10. Lisbon: Downtown E-Bike Guided Tour

Enjoy your 3-hour e-bike tour through Lisbon! You will leave from near to Praça do Comércio, where you will be told how to operate the e-bikes. Then travel along the river and listen to the amazing history of the Portuguese sailors.  Then explore Downtown Lisbon, the Convento do Carmo and the Bairro alto quarter, where you will ride through the narrow streets and have the opportunity to meet the local people.  Ride to Adamastor and São pedro Alcantara where you can have an impressive view of the greatest points of Lisbon.  You will be amazed by the fantastic sights of Lisbon. Along the way you will have the opportunity to taste a ginginha, a typical Portuguese liqueur.

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4.8 / 5

based on 2,137 reviews

Wow we had a great time. Saw so many amazing sites and monuments we would have missed without participating in this activity. Bike ride was fun and made even more so riding along the water. Our guide Daniel was a real pleasure to deal with and took real good care of us. His knowledge and passion for the history of this beautiful country was evident. Thanks so much we certainly look forward to our next stay in Lisbon.

Best bike tour I’ve had!!. 3hrs of pure fun. The guide was very knowledgeable and passionate about his work (constantly smiling and making you feel at ease). Made sure I was safe. The bike was fantastic too and made the tour a breeze. Definitely recommend for anyone and will be coming back in the future with friends.

We had a great time, touring the city and our guide was charming informative. Highly recommend this way of getting to know Lisbon.

Brilliant time! Loads of new sites. Bikes in excellent condition and guide looked after all of us. Suitable for all abilities

What a fabulous way to explore Alfama! It was fun and informative.