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Tagus River Cruise

This tour is an absolute must for anybody passing through Lisbon. This an ideal opportunity to learn about the history of this ancient seafaring city straddling both river and ocean from the privileged viewpoint of the river cruiser Princesa de Belem as its sails up the river Tagus. Enjoy a new perspective on Portugal’s capital city while you spot a wide diversity of natural landscapes and historical monuments, the whole history of this ancient city parading before your eyes; the Torre de Belem, from where the first explorers sailed out into the unknown on their voyages of discovery, the bustling Praça do Comercio, the old quarters of Alfama and Alcanta and the impressive 25 April suspension bride. You'll also get to enjoy a panoramic view of the Parque das Nações, which hosted the Expo 98 as well as the Oceanarium, in an area characterized by its modern architecture. You can board the Princesa de Belem either at Cais do Sodre in downtown Lisbon or Cais da Princesa at Belem. You have the choice of a purchasing a one-way ticket for a one-hour cruise, embarking at Cais do Sodré and disembarking at Cais da Princesa or vice versa, or you can buy a return ticket for a two-hour cruise, allowing you to embark and disembark at the same pier. You will be accompanied by an English-speaking guide who will provide you with a running commentary about the most important monuments. There is also a well -stocked bar on board where you can purchase drinks and snacks. This tour is an absolute must for anybody passing through Lisbon. This an ideal opportunity to learn about the history of this ancient seafaring city straddling both river and ocean from the privileged viewpoint of the river cruiser Princesa de Belem as its sails up the river Tagus. Enjoy a new perspective on Portugal’s capital city while you spot a wide diversity of natural landscape Meeting/ Pick up point: Cais do Sodré and Cais da Princesa.Start or opening time: from Cais do Sodré at 11.45am and 3.15pm, and from Cais da Princesa in Belem at 2pm and 4.30pm.