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Restauradores Square: Our most recommended tours and activities

Lisbon: 48-Hour Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Tour and Oceanarium Entry

1. Lisbon: 48-Hour Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Tour and Oceanarium Entry

Board a hop-on hop-off bus and head to the riverside to see the many boats and ships in the Port of Lisbon. Choose from 2 routes: Marvel at the Manueline architecture of Lisbon's squares and avenues on the Belém Lisbon tour, and discover slick, modern buildings on the modern Lisbon bus tour. You can admire the newest area of the capital, the Nation's Park, built on the site of Expo ’98 complete with modern architecture, leisure areas, and restaurants. The route goes along the river, and you can visit Alfama and the Tile Museum on your journey. You can then visit the Lisbon Oceanarium, one of the best aquariums in the world with more than 15,000 animals and over 450 different species of plants. The full route consists of Praça da Figueira, Rua do Comercio, Campo das Cebolas, Cruises Terminal, Museu do Azulejo, Oceanário, Pavilhão de Portugal, C.C. Vasco da Gama, Hotel Myriad, Campo Pequeno, Picoas, Mq. Pombal, Restauradores and Praça Figueira

Lisbon: Landmarks Tour in a Multimedia Bus

2. Lisbon: Landmarks Tour in a Multimedia Bus

Discover Lisbon's highlights by day or night, rain or shine, in total thermal and visual comfort, 365 days a year. Enjoy air-conditioning and amphitheater seating as you go along a route that includes everything you must see in the city. Passing through the Castelo neighborhood, Sé Catedral, Terreiro do Paço, Bairro Alto, Chiado, Avenida da Liberdade and Rossio, learn about the history, facts and highlights of each place through mini videos on board the minibus (available in several languages). Visit the city and its history in a unique minibus in the world (registered trademark) that is both a viewpoint and a mobile cinema. Discover the sightseeing of the future!

Best of Lisbon: Full-Day Private Guided City Tour

3. Best of Lisbon: Full-Day Private Guided City Tour

You have the option of beginning your private 8-hour tour with a hotel or cruise port pick-up. Otherwise, you’ll meet your guide at the Hard Rock Café Lisbon. In the morning you’ll visit the major sights of Lisbon, including the historic Belem neighborhood, where you’ll see the Belem Tower, the Monument to the Discoveries, and the Jeronimos Monastery, built after Vasco da Gama’s discovery of India in the late 15th century. Afterwards, you’ll make a quick stop at the most famous pastry shop in Portugal, Pasteis de Belem, founded in 1837. The tour then heads to central Lisbon, where you’ll admire Rossio Square and Commerce Square, and learn the history behind the Portuguese Inquisition of the 16th century. After lunch, the afternoon part of the tour starts at Restauradores Square, and continues to explore the downtown area. Experience the narrow streets of Alfama, visit the Lisbon Cathedral, originally built more than 1,000 years ago, enjoy views of Lisbon Castle, and pass through Chiado and Bairro Alto, stopping at some amazing viewpoints like Portas do Sol and Santa Luzia. The tour ends with a visit to Parque das Nacoes, the new and modern part of the city, near the Tejo River. This was the built for Expo'98, and to celebrate the 500 year anniversary of the discovery of India by Vasco da Gama.

Lisbon: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour

4. Lisbon: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour

The tour begins at Praça do Comércio and heads towards Alfama, walking through some of the city’s oldest and narrowest streets. Wander past local bars and restaurants, and feel the vibrant culture of Lisbon all around you as you stop at the Casa dos Bicos, Sé Cathedral, and Igreja de Santo Antonio. Continue to the Portas do Sol viewpoint and admire the stunning vista while soaking up the glorious Lisbon sunshine. Visit São Jorge Castle next and listen to your guide share stories, tales, and anecdotes about Lisbon. After the castle, walk down to the Baixa district to explore Augusta Street, Rossio Square, São Domingos Church, and the Jewish Memorial. Later, stop at Casa do Alentejo, the Restauradores Square, and Rossio Station, before heading onto Carmo Square to see the National Guard Museum and the stunning Carmo Church. Nearing the end of the tour, visit the Santa Justa Elevator and the São Pedro de Alcantara viewpoint to marvel at the breathtaking landscape below. The final leg of the tour takes you towards Bairro Alto and the Bohemian district, finishing up at Praça Camões.

Lisbon Half-Day or Full-Day Small-Group Guided Tour

5. Lisbon Half-Day or Full-Day Small-Group Guided Tour

In the morning you’ll take in the major sights of Lisbon on a city tour. Both half-day and full-day small-group options are available. Visit the Belem neighborhood and see the Belem Tower, the Discovery Monument, and the Jeronimos Monastery, the resting place of the explorer Vasco de Gama. Next you’ll stop at Portugal’s most famous pastry shop, founded in 1837, before heading to central Lisbon. Admire the city’s major squares, including Rossio Square and Commerce Square, and learn the history behind the Portuguese Inquisition during the 16th century. If you choose the full-day tour, you’ll continue at Restauradores Square after lunch, and take in more of downtown Lisbon. See the narrow streets of Alfama, the oldest neighborhood in the city, and visit the Lisbon Cathedral. Admire the views of St. George’s Castle, passing by Chiado, and stopping at some amazing viewpoints. The tour ends with a visit to Parque das Nacoes, the more modern part of Lisbon, near the Tejo River. The site of Expo '98 was built to celebrate the 500th anniversary of India's discovery by Vasco da Gama.

Lisbon: Full-Day Small Group City Sightseeing Tour

6. Lisbon: Full-Day Small Group City Sightseeing Tour

Enjoy a full-day small-group sightseeing tour that takes you to see Lisbon’s top landmarks and monuments. Explore the city with an experienced local guide. Stop for photos at viewpoints throughout the city. Take in the city’s major sights, including Rossio Square and Restauradores Square. Follow up with a visit to Lisbon’s downtown area, the narrow streets of Alfama and Lisbon Cathedral, passing by Chiado and some amazing viewpoints. Continue to the Belem neighborhood to see the Belem Tower, Discovery Monument, and Jeronimos Monastery. The final stop is at the most famous pastry shop in Portugal, founded in 1837 for a tasting of a Pasteis de Belem.

Lisbon: City Sightseeing Private Tour with Guide

7. Lisbon: City Sightseeing Private Tour with Guide

The tour starts at Praça do Comércio and heads towards Alfama along some of the city’s oldest and narrowest streets. Wander past local bars and restaurants, and feel the vibrant culture of Lisbon all around you as you stop by the Casa dos Bicos, Sé Cathedral, and Igreja de Santo Antonio. Next, walk towards the Portas do Sol viewpoint and admire the stunning views while you soak up the glorious Lisbon sunshine. Visit São Jorge Castle next and learn about the rich history of the city as you listen to your guide share stories, tales and anecdotes about the region. After the castle, walk down to the Baixa area to visit Augusta street, Rossio Square, São Domingos Church and the Jewish Memorial. Time to visit the Casa do Alentejo, the Restauradores Square, and Rossio Station next, before heading onto Carmo Square to see the National Guard Museum and the stunning Carmo Church. Nearing the end of the tour, visit the Santa Justa Elevator and the São Pedro de Alcantara view point to marvel at the breathtaking landscapes that surround you and enjoy some time to take some photos. The final leg of the tour takes you towards Bairro Alto and the Bohemian neighbourhood before finishing up at Praça Camões.

Western Viewpoints Private 3-Hour Tour

8. Western Viewpoints Private 3-Hour Tour

Discover the lookout points in the west of Lisbon on this guided walking tour. Start the tour at Restauradores Square, which is located at the beginning of the romantic Avenida da Liberdade. From here you will ride on the Glória Funicular to the viewpoint of Miradouro Sao Pedro de Alcantara. Enjoy the views of modern Lisbon, São Jorge Castle, Baixa, the Tagus River, and the southern riverbank of A Margem Sul. After a walk in the district of Bairro Alto, the center of Lisbon’s nightlife, you will continue on to Largo do Carmo with many historical places. Stop for a photo on the terrace of the lookout point of Santa Justa Lift. Afterwards you will continue on to the cosmopolitan neighborhood of Chiado and Camões Square. At the lookout point of Santa Catarina, you can relax at a traditional kiosk and have enough time to take photos of Ponte de 25 Abril (25th April Bridge), and Christ the King.

Lisbon: Self-Guided Downtown Exploration Game & Sightseeing

9. Lisbon: Self-Guided Downtown Exploration Game & Sightseeing

A message from the future reveals that Lisbon is ground zero for a global catastrophe caused by an A.I. We cannot allow this to happen. It’s up to you Time Cops… use this knowledge, stop H.E.L.A and save the future, from the past. You will start this mission in Lisbon Escape Hunt Headquarters where you will be set up with an iPad and action pack. After the safety briefing you will be given your assignment and the clock begins. Please note that this outdoor game takes you on approximately a 2km walk, so we advise wearing comfortable footwear. Don’t forget, after 90 minutes it’s game over. You’ll then head back to HQ to drop off your action pack!

Lisbon: Private Tour to Lisbon and Pastéis de Belém Tasting

10. Lisbon: Private Tour to Lisbon and Pastéis de Belém Tasting

Lisbon is the capital and the largest city in Portugal. Like Rome, Lisbon is based on 7 hills. Its people, gastronomy, climate, typical neighborhoods, and the constant presence of the Tagus River are some of its more desirable attributes. You will visit the most important sights in Lisbon. Your Guide will make some stops with the vehicle inviting you to make short walking routes together, where you will stroll through the streets of some of the historic districts. We invite you to join us in this experience of History, Light, Colors, and Flavors as a Portuguese poet once wrote: “We will now invite the tourist to come with us. We will serve as cicerone and we will stroll through the capital, showing him the monuments, the gardens, the most notable buildings, the museums - everything that is in any way worthy of being seen in this wonderful Lisbon.” Fernando Pessoa, Lisbon: What the Tourist Should See • Start your Sightseeing Day at the most monumental viewpoint in Lisbon at the top of Parque Eduardo VII • Located next to the Parque Eduardo VII and in front of Liberdade Avenue, Marquês de Pombal Square is one of the most notable and historic squares in Lisbon. • Passing by Liberdade Avenue One of the main and, we can say, the most luxurious, elegant, and beautiful avenues in Lisbon • Visiting Downtown: Rossio, São Domingos Church (Free Entrance), Prata Street, Augusta Street, Commerce Square You arrived at Rossio. On a walking tour, your guide will invite you to take a stroll through the streets of the Baixa Pombalina (downtown) together. • Visit the Portas do Sol viewpoint In the historic neighborhood of Alfama, you will find the magnificent Portas do Sol viewpoint that will provide you with a fantastic view over Lisbon: observe a labyrinth of streets, lanes, alleys, and staircases until you reach the Tagus River. • Visit the Parque das Nações (EXPO'98) • After having lunch and crossing a good part of the city, your guide will take you to the Belem area. There is no doubt that you will be surprised with the monumentality of Belem, as it takes us back to the Age of the Portuguese Discoveries. It was from here that the ships departed to discover new worlds. King Dom Manuel I knew how to take advantage of the wealth obtained in this period to enrich the Portuguese architecture giving rise to the Manueline style. • Visit the Belem Tower (visited from the outside). Built to defend the entrance of the Tagus River from enemy ships, its construction started in 1514 and was completed in 1520. • Visit the Monument of the Discoveries, one of Lisbon's ex-libris. (visited from the outside) • Visit the Jerónimos Monastery (free entrance to the church) In the place where the Monastery was built, in the age of the Discoveries, there was a small beach sheltered from strong winds and with good navigable conditions. • Visit Pastéis de Belém Factory with time to taste the Pastel de Belém. Taste the delicious and original Pastéis de Belém (Included).

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What people are saying about Restauradores Square

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 108 reviews

This is a great deal Where you get three activities in one deal. Two kinds of yellow bus tours. Both to Old and New Lisbon City plus the Entry to the Oceanarium (Aquarium). You should do this activity in the first 2 days of arrival in Lisbon as it will provide you with an overview of the city. The audio guide commentary is very useful. Simply go to the Yellow Bus Tour Start point mentioned clearly in the instructions or get on the bus at any stop on the route. One complete bus loop will take around 60 minutes and I recommend at least 2-3 hours for the Oceanarium to soak up the experience and enjoy the trip without rushing it. Overall a great activity recommended for solo travelers, couples, friends, and families with kids of all ages.

Great tour! We enjoyed the comfty, small, airconditioned bus, the digital guide Maria, the sights they showed us during the 50 min tour. Totally recommended!

We loved the flexibility of using the 2…dayb. The. Oceanarium entrance included was a wonderful. Best aquarium !

Cool way to get around town. Getting on and off was easy enough and the oceanarium was awesome

Very successful tour of the Alfama. Sophie is a very knowledgeable guide. Many Thanks.