Sightseeing bus lisbon
What are the best bus tours in Lisbon?
The tour to the west and Belem should always be the first route taken, this is the Tagus Bus Tour (Carristur), Belém Line (Grayline) and Red Line (City Sightseeing). The bus tours to the north and eastern sides of Lisbon visit the ultra-modern Parque das Nações but there can be long spells of not much to see.
Do you get a discount on bus tickets in Lisbon?
Lisbon Card holders: If you have the Lisbon Card, you will receive a 25% discount on the price of your City Sightseeing Bus Tour tickets. Gray Line also operates red open-top buses, so don’t mix them up with the City Sightseeing buses, which are also red.
What is there to do in Lisbon?
Cruise through Lisbon aboard a double-decker sightseeing bus, hopping on and off at various points throughout the city and lastly visiting Lisbon zoo. Jardim Zoológico de Lisboa is the oldest zoo on the Iberian peninsula and houses loads of exotic animals.
How long should you stay in Lisbon?
M any tourists like to take hop-on hop-off bus tours, but in Lisbon that’s only recommended if you’re in town for as little as 24 hours. The city is best explored on foot, as many of the narrow streets and surrounding attractions aren’t even accessible by bus.