Discoveries Sitway Tour in Belém - in Lisbon - LikeALocal Guide

Discoveries Sitway Tour in Belém

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25 EUR

Hi! I'm Joana and you may find me or my friend Gonçalo hosting this tour!
As locals, we have this enourmous passion for Lisbon and the will to share it.
Together we found a fun way to take you for a tour to the past seated on the future. Sitways! An eco-friendly vehicle like a seated segway.

Duration: 1.5 hours
    Available in
  • English,
  • Spanish,
  • Portuguese

Highlights

  • Belém Tower - Champalimaud Foundation - Jerónimos Monastery - Discoveries Monument
  • MAAT - Coach Museum - Energy Museum - 25 of April Bridge
  • Tagus River (also known as Tejo River) and its breathtaking views.

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Description

Be ready to explore the past, sitting on the future! We'll jump on the Sitway and ride along the riverside of the district of Belem.

The Portuguese are know to have been fantastic explorers, so prepare yourself to be one too (although, in a more confortable way!), as we will pass various spots and monuments related to the legendary Age of Discoveries, some of them built back in those days like the Tower of Belem and Jerónimos Monastery. At one end of the district, where the Tejo meets the sea, be ready to discover one of the best least-know sightseeing spots in Lisbon, right next to a state-of-the-art research center. Finally we will cover the museum side of the path, with some of the best and most unique in the city.

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What’s included & not included

  • equipment
  • sitway
  • helmet
  • guide
  • photos
  • training and safety instructions
  • Enjoy the delicious and original Pastél de Belém (Belem custart tart)

Meeting point

The meeting point for our tour should be our Sitgo Station in BELÉM, next to the Discoveries Monument and behind Espaço Espelho d'Água restaurant. (Av. Brasília, 1449-003 Lisboa, Portugal)

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25 EUR
  • Full refund if you cancel up to 72 hours before the tour
  • No booking fees
  • Pay by credit card or PayPal

Tour operated by: SITGO