TripAdvisor says we are one of the
Best Things to Do in Lisbon
"This was the best tour we have ever done anywhere. It did feel like going with a knowledgable friend, we could find out more about our interests and feel relaxed in the process."
“The best money we have spent on any tour ever. Our guide truly made us feel we had met up with an old friend. The tour was informative and the Port tasting fantastic.”
"Do yourself a favor and book a private tour with them. The guide was completely full of knowledge. The tour was completely on our own time. I can't recommend it more highly."
"We loved each and everything about the tour. We asked for a very typical tasting of portuguese specialities. It was fantastic... the wines amazing and food was like heaven!"
"We feel that we've known each other for a long time. We now tend to say or write 'our friend in Lisbon', instead of 'your friend in Lisbon'. And there is a very good reason for that!"
"Their passion is definitely contagious! This tour was amazing , we learned so much about Lisbon and got to sample the amazing foods and taste really great Port! "
Recommend in: “The Independent”, ”Metro”, ”Wanderlust”
We make your stay in Portugal even more special
Why Doing a Tour with Us?
100% made in Portugal
We are slow food lovers
All our tours are private
Book online and relax
Your Friend in Lisbon Tours Are
- Curious travelers
- Slow food lovers
- Wine lovers
- Visitors looking to discover the city with a friendly, funny and informative local guide
- Explorers that prefer to go off the beaten path
- People interested in the genuine local culture
- Cruisers looking for worry-free and customized Lisbon shore excursions
- Foodies that would love to taste the real portuguese flavors
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(00351) 91 929 21 51
(00351) 91 431 07 44
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