This tour starts in one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Lisbon. Here you can wander around a variety of fresh produce and craft markets, have a drink at one of the kiosks or a meal in one of the many restaurants offering many different types of cuisine.
You will head downtown, passing by São Pedro de Alcântara to admire the beautiful view over Lisbon. You will also visit convents, palaces, the magnificent Rossio Train Station as well as a church with a dramatic past.
And finally you will have the chance to experience and savour a shot of Ginjinha.
São Pedro de Alcântara Viewpoint, Glória Funicular, Rossio Train Station
The closest metro station is Rato, on the yellow line. Or you can take the bus 758 at Cais do Sodré.
Places to stop along the way:
Embaixada Concept Store (Portuguese Brands and Designers), Pavilhão Chinês (a bar and a museum), São Roque bakery (for some Portuguese Pastry), São Pedro de Alcântara Viewpoint (one of the many views over Lisbon), Ginjinha (sweet liqueur).
Best time of day:
Early in the morning or sunset.
Keep an eye on your belongings. It can be hot, so always have a hat, sunblock and water.
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