Discover Lisbon with our Free Audio Guide

Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Lisbon, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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Our audio guide will accompany you in every corner of Lisbon, giving you privileged information and secrets that only an expert would know. Let your ears guide you and transform your trip into an unforgettable experience! It doesn't matter if you are an experienced traveller or a newcomer, this audio guide is perfect for everyone. Download it now and immerse yourself in the cultural richness of Lisbon!

About the city of Lisbon: Your comprehensive guide

Get ready to explore a city that's steeped in history and alive with artistic flair! Wander through narrow, winding streets to discover architectural gems that span from Moorish influences to Manueline marvels. Oh, and let's not forget about that iconic spot—Belem Tower—a can't-miss landmark by the river. Whether you're into Fado music, historic trolleys, or hilltop vistas, you're in the right place. As you discover the city, make sure to indulge in Pasteis de Nata and Bifana sandwiches, trust us, your tastebuds will thank you!

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

Lisbon is a treasure trove of culinary delights, a haven for foodies looking to experience a spectrum of palate-pleasing cuisines. Start with the iconic dish, Bacalhau à Brás, a savory mixture of shredded salt cod, onions, and straw fries bound together with scrambled eggs, widely available throughout the city.

Next, savor the aromatic and flavorful Arroz de Marisco, a seafood rice dish brimming with a variety of seafood like prawns, clams, and mussels, seasoned with a mixture of aromatic herbs and spices, offering a true taste of the Atlantic Ocean.

Another delicacy not to be missed is Ameijoas à Bulhão Pato, clams prepared with garlic, olive oil, coriander, and white wine. This dish is a beautiful representation of Lisbon's rich maritime history and coastal influences.

For the meat lovers, indulge in Bifana, a spicy and succulent pork sandwich, usually served with mustard or hot sauce, providing a quick and hearty snack or meal that reflects the simplicity and robust flavors of Portuguese cuisine.

When it comes to sweets, the renowned Pastel de Nata is a mandatory stop. This egg tart pastry, characterized by its creamy custard center and crispy, flaky crust, is a timeless Portuguese dessert, best enjoyed with a sprinkle of cinnamon and powdered sugar.

No gastronomical journey through Lisbon is complete without experiencing Ginjinha, a sour cherry liqueur. Traditionally served in a shot form with a piece of the fruit at the bottom, it’s a sweet and potent way to immerse oneself in the local drinking culture.

Finally, enjoy a glass or two of Vinho Verde, a young, effervescent green wine that pairs wonderfully with many Portuguese dishes, embodying the fresh and vibrant spirit of Lisbon.

Remember to explore Lisbon’s numerous tascas (small eateries), mercados (food markets), and fine-dining restaurants to get a well-rounded taste of the city’s culinary landscape.

Comment: At each spot on this audio guide, we'll also provide you with the nearest recommended restaurants based on Google users' opinions, ensuring that you get to experience the best of Lisbon’s culinary scene. Keep your senses open and your appetites ready for a gastronomic journey like no other.

Transportation and getting around the city

Landing in Lisbon is a real treat, and getting to the city center is a breeze! If you're arriving at Humberto Delgado Airport, you've got a few easy options. There’s the metro, a super convenient way to get around. The red line will take you straight to the city center. You'll need a Viva Viagem card, but you can grab one of those from the machines at the airport station.

If you're more of a bus person, the Aerobus can drop you off downtown, and you can catch it right outside the arrivals area. It’s got Wi-Fi and all that jazz, so you can get connected right away. Pretty cool, huh?

Now, if you’re up for it, taxis and rideshares are everywhere around the airport. They’re a bit more expensive but will get you to your spot in no time.

Once you’re all settled in the city, you’ll see that public transport is the way to go. Buses, trams, and metros will get you pretty much anywhere you want. That Viva Viagem card I mentioned earlier? It’s your golden ticket for all of these!

The legendary Tram 28 is like a moving postcard, zigzagging through Lisbon’s most scenic spots. And if you're near the Tagus River, the ferry is a great way to see the city from a different perspective. Just hop on!

But hey, let’s not forget the charm of exploring on foot! Lisbon is chock-full of pedestrian-friendly zones. Areas like Alfama and Bairro Alto are an absolute walker's paradise. The cobblestone streets, colorful houses, and local cafes… they’re just made for wandering.

For those days when you’re up for a more laid-back approach to sightseeing, the hop-on-hop-off buses are your friend. They cruise around all the top spots, and you can grab tickets online or directly on the bus. These buses are usually bright yellow or red, so you can’t miss them!

And taxis? Yeah, they're around, especially handy when the hills start to feel a bit much. You can hail them on the street or find them at taxi ranks scattered around town.

Feeling adventurous? Renting a bike or an e-scooter could be your thing. They’re all around the city, and you can rent them using apps on your smartphone.

Have a blast exploring Lisbon! The city’s vibe is unforgettable, and getting around is part of the fun!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Belém Tower . Jerónimos Monastery . Castelo de São Jorge .

3d : Belém Tower . Jerónimos Monastery . Castelo de São Jorge . Praça do Comércio . Alfama . Rossio Square . National Tile Museum . Lisbon Oceanarium .

5d : Belém Tower . Jerónimos Monastery . Castelo de São Jorge . Praça do Comércio . Alfama . Rossio Square . National Tile Museum . Lisbon Oceanarium . Bairro Alto . Chiado . Parque das Nações . Santa Justa Lift . Lisbon Cathedral . Calouste Gulbenkian Museum . LX Factory .

All : Belém Tower . Jerónimos Monastery . Castelo de São Jorge . Praça do Comércio . Alfama . Rossio Square . National Tile Museum . Lisbon Oceanarium . Bairro Alto . Chiado . Parque das Nações . Santa Justa Lift . Lisbon Cathedral . Calouste Gulbenkian Museum . LX Factory . São Roque Church . Ajuda National Palace . Estrela Basilica . Estádio da Luz . Monsanto Forest Park . Padrão dos Descobrimentos .

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