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Shore Excursions in Lisbon

Here you will find the best shore excursions.

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your own family

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Our offers for shore excursions in Lisbon

Below you will find our offers for shore excursions in Lisbon and the surrounding area. Choose and book the best option for your stay in the Portuguese capital.

Do you want to book your shore excursion comfortably and without time-consuming organization? Then you will find exactly the right offer here! Choose from our exciting tours and enjoy your excursion in a complete package.

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Pick up directly at the harbor

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If you want to explore the city and surroundings on your own, then you are in the right place. For all those who prefer to organize their own cruise excursion itinerary, we have the right offers.

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Useful information for shore excursions in Lisbon

Information about the cruise port, the most beautiful sights as well as many useful information for cruise excursions in Lisbon we have put together below.

The most beautiful sights in Lisbon

Eléctrico 28

The historic tram line 28 is one of the most famous sights in Lisbon. The journey begins at Largo Martim Moniz, from where it leads through the old town and the castle district. It passes important sights such as the Cathedral Sé Patriarcal, the Basílica da Estrela or the Jardím de Estrela.

For the thrilling ride (sometimes only a few inches seperate the car from the next house wall) you should schedule at least one hour.

Ponte 25 de Abril

The longest suspension bridge in Europe reminds people of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. It was named after the day of the Carnation Revolution, April 25, 1974. Both the road and the railroad cross the Tejo River on foot, but the impressive bridge is also worth a visit for pedestrians.

Cristo Rei Statue

The Ponte 25 de Abril reminds visitors of San Francisco, whereas the Cristo Rei statue is of course similar to the famous statue of Christ in Rio de Janeiro.
Worth a visit: with a lift you reach the 269 ft high platform on which the statue stands, and get a fantastic panoramic view over the Ponte 25 de Abril to Lisbon, the estuary of the Tejo and the surrounding hills.

Castelo de São Jorge

The historic castle was built in the 13th century by King Denis on the strategic hill. However, it received its present appearance through numerous post-construction and new buildings after a major earthquake. A tour through the 1.5 acres area is not only worthwhile due to the excavation site opened in 2010. From the Castelo de São Jorge you also have a unique view of Lisbon as well as the Tejo and the charming surroundings.

Elevador de Santa Justa

One of Lisbon’s unmistakable landmarks is the Elevador de Santa Justa elevator in the city center. It was built in 1902 by Mesnier du Ponsard, a student of Gustave Eiffel. The 147 ft-high lift connects the lower city with the upper city and is an attraction not to be missed on a Lisbon cruise excursion, either during an organized tour or when exploring on your own.

Cruise port in Lisbon

The cruise port terminal in Lisbon has several cruise ship moorings. The main one is the terminal de Cruzeiros Alcântara, which is located east below the Ponte de 25 Abril. A little further east is the terminal Cais da Rocha Conde de Óbidos. These two terminals are mainly used by the big cruise ships. Upstream there are four more terminals where smaller ships dock.

Worth knowing about cruise excursions in and around Lisbon

Shipping companies and routes

The port of Lisbon is a frequent destination on cruise ship routes from northern Europe to the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands or South America. For this reason, Lisbon is run by various cruise lines such as Royal Caribbean, Celebrity and P&O Cruises.

Immigration and visa

Canadian and US citizens do not require a visa to enter the Schengen area or countries in Europe for tourism or business stays under ninety (90) days. Neither do British citizens need a visa.

Please inform yourself in case of doubt about the exact entry requirements at your shipping company.

Currency

In Portugal, the Euro is used as the currency, so a currency exchange is therefore required. (1 dollar = 0.86 euro and 1 pound = 1.11 euro)

Travel time

The weather in Portugal is dominated by the Atlantic Ocean. Due to its location by the sea, the annual temperature fluctuations are not very pronounced, so the summers are not very hot and the winters are pleasantly warm. Therefore, Lisbon can be visited all year round.

Website Port Authority and Tourism Organization

Port operator: Porto de Lisboa
Official website: Visit Lisboa
Online Guide: wikitravel

Video: Impressions of Lisbon


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