Belém, in the river zone is inwardly connected to the Age of Discoveries, as the ships used to embark from there into the Portuguese adventures.
Nowadays, it is a wide area, with all-embracing gardens and majestic monuments, like Jeronimos Monastery, the Discoveries Monuments, Belem Tower, Cultural Center of Belem and Vieira Portuense Street.
Chasing the knowledge about Iberian culture and Portuguese History, keep on this Lusiad adventure and come visit the National Coach Museum, where you´ll be pleased to see the most picturesque carriages bearing wealth and telling us the most captivating exciting trips and stories.
Enjoy the path walk by the River by making a postcard with two of the most iconic monuments in Lisbon – Belem Tower and Discoveries Monument
While you are deeply falling in love with the illuminated city by the nymphs of Tagus River, take a pause for a gastronomic taste of the famous Pastéis de Belém.
In Chiado, watch a show of Fado.
Enjoy the slow ride in the Santa Justa Elevator which takes you to the “sky” where you can overview the whole Lisbon Downtown and the Castle of São Jorge, making this Elevator a must visit.
All locals featured in our tours have been previously evaluated, being guaranteed its accessibility for reduced mobility conditions.
The Monastery, declared a National Monument in 1907 and classified as “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO in 1983, is one of the most iconic monuments in Lisbon.
The monument was once a burial place for kings and poets, turning, throughout its five centuries of existence, into a monument admired by everyone and considered a remarkable piece of architecture and Portuguese culture and identity.
National Coach Museum
One of the best known and more visited museums in Lisbon, once held a collection of 29 vehicles, dress uniforms and accessories used by the Royal Family.
From 1910 this collection has been increasing with vehicles that once belonged to the Crown, the Patriarchate and some Aristocratic Houses and is, nowadays, considered unique in the world including vehicles from the 17th to the 19th centuries.
Santa Justa Elevator
Inaugurated in 1902, this Elevator in the heart of Lisbon offers, from its top, one of the best views of all Lisbon. The elevator, made with an iron structure much like the style of the Eiffel Tower, is a mandatory stop when in the capital center.
Museum of Fado
The Museum of Fado combines and honors the patrimony of hundreds of personalities that tell us the history of Fado. Its goal is to preserve the performance art, part of the Portuguese patrimony.
In its facilities there can be held Temporary Exhibitions, Own Editions, Workshops, Seminars, Discography Presentations, promoting the continuity and recreation of this Art.
Following the Project of Recovery and Valuation of the Museum, it has won numerous prizes, one of them being the Best Portuguese Museum.
7 Seats + 2 Wheelchairs
5 Seats + 4 Wheelchairs
Departure and Arrival: To be advised
Duration of the Tour: 08h00
Guide and Driver
Morning and Afternoon Snack
Admission to the Museums and Monuments