Rua Augusta Arch
Culinary & Nightlife

Enter your dates to find available activities

Our most recommended Rua Augusta Arch Culinary & Nightlife

  • Lisbon Highlights and Hidden Gems with a Local Guide

    1. Lisbon Highlights and Hidden Gems with a Local Guide

    Enjoy stunning views from the Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint and learn how Lisbon has changed over the centuries, especially after the devastating 1755 earthquake. Get to know the historical Bairro Alto and Alfama neighborhoods. Pass the ruins of the Convent of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and admire the golden chapel of the Igreja de São Roque before visiting the Santa Justa elevator. Sample a glass of the local sour cherry liquor at the city's oldest ginjinha bar, and then visit the monumental Igreja de São Domingos. Continue along Rua Augusta to discover the remains of a secret Roman amphitheater. Get more amazing views from the Portas do Sol viewpoint, and taste the local produce at a small family business, including cheese and chorizo paired with a glass of white or red wine. Admire the imposing façade of Lisbon Cathedral before ending on Praça do Comércio to look at s...

    The tour David gave us was amazing! We saw so much of Lisbon in just a few hours and got so much out of this tour. Would highly recommend!

  • Lisbon: 2-Hour River Tagus Luxury Yacht Cruise & Guided Tour

    2. Lisbon: 2-Hour River Tagus Luxury Yacht Cruise & Guided Tour

    See the major monuments and romantic bridges of Lisbon from on board a stylish yacht, and get a unique perspective of the historic city from the River Tagus. Departing from the Belém district, the ancient landmarks start as soon as you set sail. Admire the Monument to the Discoveries (Padrão dos Descobrimentos), commemorating Portugal’s great period of world exploration. Pass Belém Tower and the Ponte 25 de April suspension bridge, and catch a glimpse of Praça do Comércio through the Rua Augusta Arch, built to commemorate the city’s reconstruction after the devastating earthquake of 1755. The silhouette of the Moors Castle of São Jorge will provide a contrast to the contemporary architecture of the 1998 Lisbon Expo site. Cross the Tagus Estuary, and sail by the vast Vasco de Gama Bridge, a 6-lane highway that was completed in 1995 as the longest bridge in Europe.

  • Lisbon: Night Tour with Fado Show

    3. Lisbon: Night Tour with Fado Show

    Experience a new side of Lisbon in this 4-hour evening walking tour through the city’s most exciting areas and landmarks. After picking you up from your Hotel we will get started at the Praça Marquês de Pombal, one of the city’s largest and most important roundabouts, and always bustling with activity. From there we will walk along the 285-foot-wide (90 meters) Avenida Da Liberdade towards the heart of the city center, admiring impressive buildings and exclusive shops along the way. At the foot of the Avenida da Liberdade we will arrive at the Commerce Square along the Tagus River. Once the home of the Royal Palace, much of the square was destroyed in the Lisbon earthquake of 1755, and rebuilt in the following decades. The square is home to beautiful Rua Augusta Arch, as well as other pieces of impressive architecture. From there we will continue along the water to the Monument to t...

  • Lisbon: Full-Day Private Walking Sightseeing Tour

    4. Lisbon: Full-Day Private Walking Sightseeing Tour

    See the sights of Lisbon that interest you most on a full-day private tour with an itinerary that’s designed just for you! There’s no need to rush around on this special tour, as you’ll have time to take in the top artistic and historical attractions of the city. Marvel at historical landmarks such as São Jorge Castle and Lisbon´s Cathedral. Travel from the Phoenician civilization, up to the Roman city of Olissippo. Visit Alfama, the city’s oldest sector, and see Moorish influences everywhere. Take a stroll off the typical tourist route, through the city’s traditional neighborhoods and get a real feeling of what Alfacinhas (Lisbon natives) do and where they go in their lovely city. During the day you’ll also have the opportunity to taste some of Portugal's traditional pastries. Although the tour is meant to cover a full day the duration can be shorter to suit your schedule.

    Richard was amazingly tireless in sharing his knowledge of his Portuguese culture and walking us up and down through all the must sees. All came together as he started off With a rich history of how the square all Lisbon came to be. Great experience! thank you Richard and all the best to your family. Rick and Laarni.

Other Sightseeing Options in Rua Augusta Arch

Want to discover all there is to do in Rua Augusta Arch? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Rua Augusta Arch

David was perfect guide! He is very nice and full of knowledge of the history and best places. He was sincere and gave us a bunch of good tips on how to move around the city, what to avoid, best scenery places and tips for restaurants & the best Ginjinha and the best nata (absolutely delicous and better than anywhere). I definetely recommend wheter you are in the city for first time, or been around already. You will get so much more from your trip after David's tour.

Massive thanks to Cristina & Jose for their welcoming ! The visit was great, the cheese and the wine was very good! The yatch is so beautiful! We had an amazing time ! It’s probably the best way to discover Lisboa! We’ll come back for sure!

The tour David gave us was amazing! We saw so much of Lisbon in just a few hours and got so much out of this tour. Would highly recommend!

Very good time, great skipper (Sébastien accompanied by Carlos) good people we will keep only good memories thank you

A great boat trip with nice crew including drinks and snacks