All in one in Lisbon: bus, tram and boat
Visit Lisbon from one end to another! One ticket covers 5 lines, including busses, trams and boat. The Belém Lisbon Bus Tour, Modern Lisbon Bus Tour and Monumental Belém Bus Tour offer you unforgettable views 4 metres high over the city, travelling across the Belém, Baixa, Eduardo VII Park and Parque das Nações areas. On rail, the red trams of the Hills Tramcar Tour travel through the Lisbon main quarters’ narrow streets. Finally, the Yellow Boat River Tour shows you that the view of Lisbon from the Tagus River is something that you should not miss.
- Belém Lisbon Bus Tour: In this tour bus, travel along the city's main avenues with the fresh breeze of the Tagus on your face, from the historic center to the monuments of Belém. This iconic area is an obligatory stop on any Lisbon tour buses with its monuments to the Portuguese voyages of discovery – the Jerónimos Monastery, Tower of Belém and Monument to the Discoveries - and various museums, the Carriage Museum in particular.
- Monumental Belém Bus Tour: Belém is a cultural icon in Lisbon and a must-see place thanks to its unique set of cultural and historical elements such as Jerónimos Monastery, Cultural Centre of Belém (CCB), Belém Tower, Padrão dos Descobrimentos, National Coach Museum. Let Belém Tour take you to visit them all! This open-top mini-bus circuit is a great complement to the Belém Lisbon Bus Tour.
- Modern Lisbon Bus Tour: the trip follows the Tagus from the heart of the city to Parque das Nações. On this site, which famously was the venue for the 1998 World Expo, you'll come across distinctive modern architecture alongside leisure areas and restaurants. While you're there, don't miss the Oceanarium, the second largest of its kind in the world. Take a trip to the house-museum dedicated to Amália Rodrigues, a famous Fado singer.
- Hills Tramcar Tour: Wind your way through the hills of Lisbon and discover its most historic quarters, where people chat from their window ledges and clothes hang out to dry in the sun. The contrasts in this richly diverse city will amaze you. From the simplicity of the traditional quarters of Alfama, Castelo and Bairro Alto, to the sophistication of Lapa. Take the chance to visit the imposing St. George's Castle and the Lisbon Cathedral.
- Yellow Boat River Tour: Far from the noise and rush of the city, it seems like you are standing in a floating stage with a privileged view to the “7 Hills City”. While slowly sliding through the Tagus river surface on the Yellow Boat, you can observe the most important monuments and edifications such as Saint Jorge Castle, the Sé Cathedral and the April 25th Bridge. You cross to the southern bank, to Cacilhas, where you can visit the emblematic Christ-King.
- The best option for all kinds of diverse of experiences
- Explore the main areas of interest of the city
- Discover Lisbon's landmarks and hidden gems
- Please be informed that from November the Yellow Boat tour is temporarily suspended
- Torre de Belém - Lisbon’s most photographed monument is without a doubt the majestic Torre de Belém. Also known as the Tower of Saint Vincent, the fortress tower located on the freguesia of Santa Maria de Belém also holds the status of UNESCO heritage site, and it is also the symbol of Portugal’s great past of exploration and discovery.
- Castelo de São Jorge - The Castelo de São Jorge, also known as the Lisbon Castle, looms over the city of Lisbon with its monumental construction from the 12th-14th centuries. Discover the two distinct parts of the castle - the older Moorish Castle and the newer Royal Palace.
- Lisbon Oceanarium - The Lisbon Oceanarium, home to over 450 different marine species, is the largest indoor aquarium in Europe. Situated in the 1998 World Exposition grounds, known today as the Parque des Nações, it was designed by the American architect Peter Chermayeff. Said to resemble an aircraft carrier, it is built on a pier in an artificial lagoon.
- 25 de Abril Bridge - The massive, red suspension 25 April Bridge (Ponte 25 de Abril), which bears a close resemblance to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, is one of Lisbon’s most famous landmarks. The bridge connects the city of Lisbon to the municipality of Almada on the South Bank of the Tagus river.
- Museums/monuments entrance
- Hotel pick up and drop-off
- Aerobus - Airport City Center Connection - free acess to service during ticket validity
- Free access to Carris Lisbon Public Transports trams during ticket validity
- Free access to National Monuments: Santa Just Lift and Lisbon Funiculars during ticket validity
- Yellow Bus Discount Book (Discounts on tickets to monuments, museums and leisure activities)
- Voucher redemption at the sale point at Praça do Comércio (Yellow Bus kiosk - from 9am to 6pm) or directly to the bus/tram driver at any stop along the tour or at the boat entry to be exchanged for a ticket
- Belém Bus Tour: Daily from10.00am to 6.00pm, every hour
- Monumental Belém Bus Tour: All year-round, from 10.40am to 5.40pm (every 60 minutes)
- Modern Lisbon Bus Tour: Daily every 120 minutes at 10.30am, 12.30am, 2.30pm, and 4.30pm
- Hills Tramcar Tour: daily at 10.30am,12.30pm, 3.00pm and 5.00pm
- Yellow Boat River Tour: Terreiro do Paço: at 12.00pm, 3.00pm and 5.00pm
- Blackout dates: 25 December and January
You can cancel this booking for free:
- A full refund will apply if you cancel 24 hours or more before the activity start time.
- No refund is possible if you cancel within 24 hours of the activity start time.