Lisbon Hop-on Hop-off 48-Hour Bus

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Explore the wonders of Lisbon on this hop-on hop-off bus tour , which is valid for 48 hours from the activation of the ticket with its first use.

You will have at your disposal two extensive routes that will allow you to discover the must-see places of the Portuguese capital, such as the Hieronymites Monastery, the Park of Nations and the National Tile Museum, among many others.

You'll ride an open-top bus along the banks of the Tagus River, with an audio guide included to learn about the history behind the monuments. You can hop off at any time to see the sights of your choice and hop back on at the end of your tour.

  • Tour Lisbon by open-top bus at your own pace
  • Enjoyan immersive journey with audio guide included about the historical sites of the Portuguese capital.
  • Visit emblematic sites of the city, such as the Eduardo VII Park, the National Tile Museum and the Park of Nations.

What’s included

  • Tickets for 48-hour sightseeing bus tour of Lisbon
  • Access to the Belém and Modern Lisbon routes
  • Audio guide included
  • Free entrance to the Elevador de Santa Justa

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Step by Step

By joining this tour you will enjoy an unforgettable experience of Lisbon's architectural and natural wonders, with a ticket valid for 48 hours from activation.

You will board a comfortable open-top bus, which will take you along two key routes in the Portuguese capital . The tours are completely non-stop, meaning you can hop on and off at the stops of your choice to explore the city's most important sites on foot at your own pace.

The Belém walking tour will allow you to see historical sites, among them:

  • Jerónimos Monastery: this impressive castle declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco houses the tombs of the explorer Vasco da Gama and the poet Luís de Camões.
  • Elevador de Santa Justa: one of the must-see traditions when visiting Lisbon is the elevator that links the Baixa and Chiado districts.
  • Parque Eduardo VII: considered the most important park in the city, it has a beautiful botanical garden and viewpoint, which extend over 25 hectares.
  • Monument to the Discoveries: inside the Jerónimos Monastery you will see this epic work built to honour the legacy of Henry the Navigator.

During the Modern Lisbon tour, which is the second route available when you purchase these 48-hour tickets, you can visit places such as the Park of Nations, an innovative and futuristic-looking neighbourhood, among other emblematic sites of the city:

  • National Tile Museum: discover the history of Portugal through tile art by exploring this unique and special museum founded in the 16th century.
  • Vasco da Gama Bridge: 17 km long, it crosses the Straw Sea to connect Lisbon with the Setúbal district.
  • Lisbon Oceanarium: visit the largest indoor aquarium on the European continent, with more than 15,000 types of fish, belonging to some 450 marine species.

Buses from Belém depart every 30 minutes for the tour, and every 60 minutes for the Modern Lisbon route. The timetable runs from 9.30am to 7pm.


· 511 Reviews
  • V
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    It was quite a pleasant experience, although we would have loved to have some drinks included in the tour.
  • D
    (0 Reviews)
    I highly recommend it, the tour gives a complete overview of the main sights of the city. The first time I went to Lisbon I had not done it and I missed a lot of super nice places.
  • R
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    A tour that is really worth it, it is very complete and at a very affordable price for everyone. The experience is very good.
  • D
    (0 Reviews)
    A very nice tour to do with the family, you will get to know beautiful places in Lisbon.
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