If you're looking to find out where the best of Portuguese cuisine is hidden in Lisbon, this is the ideal tour for you! Get ready to visit the best taverns, taverns, cafes and pastry shops to taste the most delicious Portuguese and Lisbon delicacies.
Our experienced guides will take you to discover the most famous neighborhoods in Lisbon, revealing the secrets and details of each place you pass through. This is the best option to truly discover places and habits intrinsic to Portuguese culture in terms of gastronomy.
- Alfama: The oldest and most charming neighborhood in Lisbon that is considered the historic soul of the city, with its steep streets lined with traditional cobblestone streets that remain identical to medieval times. In this area there are several Fado houses, the traditional narrow and labyrinthine alleys, the colorful houses with irregular geometry, the clothes drying in the windows. This neighborhood is a trip back in time.
- Chiado: On the 25th of August 1988 there was a big fire in Chiado that in a few hours destroyed a significant part of this neighbourhood. What started out as a tragedy became the motto for modernizing and restructuring this area (a project directed by the famous architect Álvaro Siza Vieira), which is currently considered the most emblematic and cosmopolitan neighborhood in Lisbon. This area is full of all kinds of shops, national and international designer stores, ateliers, art galleries, bookstores, cafes, restaurants, bars, etc.
- Mouraria: The most multiethnic neighborhood in the city and simultaneously one of the most traditional in Lisbon these days. Here the gastronomy is diverse, nationalities mix and the cultural richness acquires extreme importance. Once a marginal neighbourhood, Mouraria has benefited from significant investment and rehabilitation works that have made it one of the most interesting places to visit.