The Gray Bus line was good ( Red buses ) We did the Belem tour ( Red line ), the Castle tour ( Green line ), and the Boat tour 48 hr hop on hop off. The Belem tour is a bigger bus and the Castle tour is a smaller bus which goes through the narrow streets, I mean Narrow, there's a lot of horn beeping and congestion as there's some construction going on in the downtown area, and this was in March, both tours take you down to where you catch the boat tour. All in all, a fun time.
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It was an easy process to buy online. We also enjoyed our boat ride.. we received more information on the boat ride than we did on the bus
How about boat and bus: There aren’t many cities that allow you to explore on and offshore, but Lisbon does. Pick your hop-on hop-off boat and bus tour and you can explore across 2 days the city. What better way than combining the two? It makes exploring the city so easy. It’s a winning combo.
Top tips and hints: With Lisbon being known as the city of seven hills, these hints will help you make the most of your time here. Also, make your life easier. Firstly, wear comfortable shoes, you’ll be doing plenty of walking. Get yourself a Lisbon card as it’ll help you get into the top attractions and save you some pennies.
Beware those pickpockets: Lisbon is a safe city to explore, but like many cities around Europe pickpockets do operate, so make sure you keep your bag close, and valuables well hidden. Head for the beach: If you are spending a few days in Lisbon and having taken your boat tour then head for the beach! Sintra is one place to add to your bucket list.
• On your boat tour you’ll no doubt come across the Vasco da Gama bridge stretching itself across the lands. It’s long! A whopping 7.6 miles (12km) in length and is the second longest in Europe. When you look can you see its resemblance to the Golden Gate?
• One of Lisbon’s hidden treasures is the Aguas Livre Aqueduct in the Alcantara valley. You’ll get some great views of the city.
• A great place to take the kids is Oceanario de Lisbon, which just so happens to be the world’s largest saltwater aquarium. Well worth a few hours of exploring.
You will find there are several Lisbon lunch and dinner cruise options available. Check the individual tour details for the menu and the options available.
We realise you want to capture those destination hotspots on your tour. Many operators do offer free Wi-Fi on board, but you will need to check with the individual operator.
Yes, but be aware that there is a high season (April to September) and Low Season (October to March). Check the tour details for timings.
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Each tour is different, but in general, they will have a duration of between 1hr and 2hrs. Make sure to check the specific tour for timings.
Boat tours will run at different times of the day, especially if you are booked on a lunch or dinner cruise. Make sure to check the tour details for a full listing of times.
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