Teatro Nacional D. Maria IIRestauradores SquareRestauradoresRossio railway stationAscensor da GlóriaAvenida (Lisbon Metro)Marquês de PombalSão Bento PalaceIgreja de São RoqueSanta Justa LiftBaixa-ChiadoTeatro Nacional de São CarlosCais do Sodré railway stationRibeira PalacePraça do ComércioLisbon CathedralMiradouro de Santa LuziaPantheon of the House of BraganzaMonastery of São Vicente de ForaSão Jorge Castle
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Lisboa Unveiled: A Journey Through Time

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An audio guided tour by Ryan Multilingual, The Tourist

Welcome to Lisboa! On this GPS guided audio tour, we will visit 20 stops on a route of 11.05km. This tour focusses mainly on general tourism.

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Tour Sights 📸

Teatro Nacional D. Maria II
Sight A prime example of Neoclassical architecture with Palladian influence, the Teatro Nacional D. Maria II features a hexastyle portico with six Ionic columns and a sculpted relief on the pediment, topped with a statue of Gil Vicente, founder of Portuguese theatre.
Teatro Nacional D. Maria II
Restauradores Square
Sight A historic square dedicated to the restoration of Portugal's independence in 1640, featuring an obelisk with names and dates of battles fought during the Portuguese Restoration War and surrounded by 19th and early 20th century buildings.
Restauradores Square
Restauradores
Sight A historic metro station in Lisbon, one of the original 11 stations on the network, opened on December 29, 1959, connecting to Rossio Railway Station and featuring architectural designs by Falcão e Cunha, Benoliel de Carvalho, and Sanchez Jorge.
Restauradores
Rossio railway station
Sight A cultural heritage site, Rossio Railway Station is a historic railway station in Lisbon, Portugal, designed in Neomanueline style and built between 1886 and 1887.
Rossio railway station
Ascensor da Glória
Sight A historic tram system is situated in the city, featuring two parallel cars that descend and climb simultaneously, moving along a 19th-century urban axis.
Ascensor da Glória
Avenida (Lisbon Metro)
Sight A picturesque underground station, Avenida is one of the original 11 Lisbon Metro stations opened in 1959, featuring Arcadian architecture in its original design and later refurbished in 2009. It serves as a major stop on the Blue Line.
Avenida (Lisbon Metro)
Marquês de Pombal
Sight A metro station in Lisbon, serving as an interchange between the Blue and Yellow Lines, featuring an architectural design by Falcão e Cunha, José Santa-Rita, and João Santa-Rita, opened in 1959 and refurbished in 1995.
Marquês de Pombal
São Bento Palace
Sight A historic government building, the São Bento Palace has served as the seat of Portugal's parliament since 1834 and is also home to the official residence of the Prime Minister. Originally a 17th-century monastery, it has undergone numerous renovations and expansions over the centuries.
São Bento Palace
Igreja de São Roque
Sight A Jesuit church featuring a Baroque-style chancel with intricate carvings, gilding, and upholstery, including a notable altar piece with statues of the Society's founders and saints, and a throne for exhibiting the Holy Sacrament.
Igreja de São Roque
Santa Justa Lift
Sight A monumental elevator in Lisbon, connecting the lower streets of Baixa to the higher Largo do Carmo, offering panoramic views of the city.
Santa Justa Lift

About this Tour ℹ

Stops
20
Walking time
138 min
Average Rating
-
Language
en-US
Distance
11.05km

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