Lisbon Go 7 Hills Electric Bike Tour

Lisbon Go 7 Hills Electric Bike Tour
Walking & Biking Tours > Bike & Mountain Bike Tours > E-Bike Tours
$37.65
Duration: 3 hours
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Description

Catch the wind in your hair on this 3-hour small-group electric bike tour of Lisbon. Many cyclists consider Lisbon a challenging city, but with a little boost from your electric bike, you can traverse it with ease. Zip up to the city’s highest points and take in 360 degree views on our trademark tour. See Castelo de Sao Jorge and the Miradouro Senhora de Monte. Explore the historic districts of Alfama, Graça, and Baixa, and, if you opt for an evening tour, watch a magical sunset from an elevated vantage point. This is a great way to explore Portugal's capital.

Lisbon is a city made for biking, not only because it teems with history, but also because of its scenic natural beauty. Enjoy the freedom of pedaling around the oldest and most historic quarters of the city with the ease of an electric bike.

Climb to the most beautiful viewpoints Lisbon has to offer at Castelo de Sao Jorge. Wind through narrow streets only passable by bike. The city’s grand hills make for stunning vistas, and you can traverse them with ease, powered by your electric bike. Cruise through Lisbon's best spots, like Praça do Comércio, Alfama, and many more charming neighborhoods. 

Your guide will be on hand to answer any questions and guide you through the city’s most stunning sights. Enjoy personalized attention on your 15-person tour.

Catch the wind in your hair on this 3-hour small-group electric bike tour of Lisbon. Many cyclists consider Lisbon a challenging city, but with a little boost from your electric bike, you can traverse it with ease. Zip up to the city’s highest points and take in 360 degree views on our trademark tour. See Castelo de Sao Jorge and the Miradouro Senhora de Monte. Explore the historic districts of Alfama, Graça, and Baixa, and, if you opt for an evening tour, watch a magical sunset from an elevated vantage point. This is a great way to explore Portugal's capital.