For a healthy traveller, nothing more enjoyable that will make your blood pump and get your body moving than a Lisbon city bike ride. Over the years Lisbon has become a “bike friendly” city, with bike lanes around the riverfront, exploring Lisbon and admiring famous Lisbon attractions in the morning or at sunset is a must. This is one of the more active Lisbon tours allowing you to discover the historical city along the Tagus on wheels. Cycle through the picturesque areas of Lisbon and absorb in the culture and meet the warm and friendly locals along the way.

MARVEL THE RICHNESS OF LISBON’S HISTORY

Another way to visit Lisbon on wheels is an Electric Bike Tour. Given that Lisbon was built on seven hills, this tour allows visitors to get up those hills for scenic views, discovering the finest of Lisbon, especially it’s breathtaking scenic views. This electric bike tour gives you the the option to take a break and turn on the power, especially when you are going up the Lisbon hills. Undoubtedly this is the most exciting way to experience the history and culture of Lisbon, especially if you are looking for an active Lisbon holiday. LisbonEye, your unique Lisbon guide, suggests the beautiful neighborhoods of Alfama, Chiado and Bairro Alto to be the least you explore on this tour. Also a must see on your bike tour is landmarks like the Sé de Lisboa Cathedral. This is also gives you a convenient way to add to your Lisbon holiday with accessibility to areas that you can’t reach by car, and magnificent panoramic views of the enchanting landscapes and famous monuments. Reach beautiful places like Eduardo VII Park, São Miguel, São Vicente Monastery and enjoy views of the National Pantheon, Alfama and the Tagus River. Get to the highest spots and marvel at the richness of Lisbon’s history.

ECO FRIENDLY WAY TO EXPLORE THE CITY OF LISBON

Another eco-friendly way to explore Lisbon’s top attractions is with a guided Segway tour. Segways are extremely eco-friendly as they have zero emissions. Each vehicle runs for up to 24 miles on 0.14p of electricity. Reach the highest spots like the St George Castle (Castelo de São Jorge), climb up to the roof of the São Vicente Monastery for superb views of the National Pantheon, historic neighborhood of Alfama and the Tagus River. Your Lisbon travel guide, invites you to enjoy