After the earthquake of 1755, Lisbon became a modern town, but some districts are still original and a good example how Lisbon looked like 800 years ago.
Located 7 km from down town, Belém has two monuments protected by Unesco, lots of history to tell and a nice fresh atmosphere at the river.
The Hills Tramcar Tour drives you up and down the old quarters of Lisbon.
Explore the historic Belém area of Lisbon on a 3-hour electric bike tour. See all the main monuments from the “Age of Discoveries” and the renovated waterfront of the Ribeira das Naus. Go to the Ribeira Market to marvel at the local produce, and more.
The Sightseeing Pass "Blue SIAT®", a product of rent-a-guide, grants you free entry, free public transport, transfer from the airport and numerous discounts.