The cruise was super. It lasted 2 hours and we enjoyed every second of it. We had a drink on the boat and listened to the stories about Lisbon.
Your tour begins in central Lisbon, where you’ll be transferred to the famous 25th April Bridge to board a sailboat. As the sunlight begins to dwindle, set sail on the Tagus River and admire the Lisbon skyline from the water.
Cruise past Jeronimos Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jeronimos) and Belém Tower (Torre de Belém), both UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and learn about the history of Cristo Rei, a statue modeled on the Statue of Christ the Redeemer in Brazil. Your guide tells you interesting stories about the other landmarks you pass, and gives you key insight into the history of the area.
Your Tagus River cruise concludes at your original docking station.
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Booked this for our 1st night in Lisbon. It was a bit difficult to find the location as there is no exact address, but once we did, we were quickly boarded. It was a beautiful boat, and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) were included. The views...More
Dear Nazemuddin thank you for your review. The kid you mention was a client. You can see the skipper behind him. We try to give unforgettable experiences and I am glad to know it worked for you and also for the kid. It was the...More
We were a group of 8 and another couple joined us. This was excellent and we all enjoyed our time. Jose taught us some basic sailing skills, provided drinks for all and took pictures for us. Give yourself time to locate gate 3. Follow the...More
Our family (2 adults, 2 teens) really enjoyed this sunset cruise. Lovely way to see a different perspective of Lisbon. Very easy booking online. The staff member gave us some information as we cruised the river.
My family(2 Adults and 13 year old daughter) bought these tour package online from Viator,a TripAdvisor company. Trip Advisor sent confirmation pre-paid voucher ticket and tour information before my trip. Actually these tour was operated by local Marlin Boat Tours. I went to Lisbon harbour...More