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Foodie Lisbon: Eat your Way through the City

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Daily

  • Duration

    3 hours approx.

  • Start time

    10am and 1pm

  • Meeting Point

    Make your way Cais do Sodré Square (at the main entrance of the train station) 1200-161 Lisbon, Portugal

Key Highlights

  • Tuck into the best bites in Lisbon
  • Discover hole-in-the-wall cafes, vintage food joints frequented by locals
  • Dig into six authentic Portuguese food at the best eating joints in Lisbon
  • Your friendly guide will tell you all about the Portuguese’ love for food

Overview

The best bites in Lisbon are found in the streets and hole-in-the-wall cafés and this group tour, run by Lisbon Steps, takes you on a culinary ride around the city’s ‘must eats.’ To begin with, the Mercado da Ribeira market is an obvious choice. Set up way back in 1892, you will find shops selling fresh products – fish, veggies, spices, etc, and houses a food court where expert chefs create magic on their woks using local food brands.

Next up, we will take a traditional lift-tram to Lisbon’s bohemian district, Biarro Alto, for a tasty ‘petisco’ and a glass of refreshing Portuguese white wine. Walk up to Chiado where the guide will show you the chic cafés that not only offer great food but also hides some great history. Listen to all of the fascinating stories till we hit the oldest brewery in the city, a unique restaurant built from the ruins of one of the largest and oldest convents in Lisbon.

The best things come in the end. As you head towards Rossio, enjoy the great view over the Castle Hill from the steps of Calçada do Duque and reach Downtown, a vintage gourmet shop. Learn as well as taste some delicious Portuguese products – cheeses, hams, sausages, Port wine and the revered Bacalhau (dried and salted!). A Lisbon food tour cannot conclude with a heady drink of Portuguese cherry liquor, the Ginjinha and have it at the place where it was first sold in 1840.

 Know your guide

Lisbon is best explored on foot and a group of professional guides have come together to form Lisbon Steps showing tourists the best of this Portuguese city. The walking tours are crafted to show you that gorgeous building round the corner, a colourful street or a pleasant square, a quaint café that offers the best coffee and breathtaking views of the many belvederes of Lisbon.

Inclusions

  • Lift tram ticket
  • 6 tastings - Custard tart (Pastel de Nata), Tapas & white wine, Coffee (Lisbon’s bica), codfish cake & beer, port wine, and marmalade & cheese
  • Cherry liquor (Ginginha)

Exclusions

  • Gratuities (if you feel generous)

Please note

Voucher Information : Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher. The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator's contact details. They're a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised activity to reconfirm.

You will be a part of a small group of maximum 12 people that allows for more interaction with your guide and group members. Nobody wants a crowd, you know!

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