Lisbon is filled with history, traditional Portuguese food, incredible pastries and multicultural cuisine. As you stroll through local, non-touristy neighborhoods you’ll learn about the unique history and culture of these diverse areas. You’ll get to savor the food locals love to eat in Lisbon, and meet the people behind these favourites. We can proudly say you’ll be leaving Lisbon feeling like a true insider.
Eats, Street Art and Undiscovered Lisbon
Departs: Daily 1pm
Duration: 3.5 hours
New Evening Tour!
A Night Out in Bairro Alto
Departs: Varies 5.30pm
Duration: 3.5 hours
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Beatriz - City Manager
I was born and raised in Portugal!
My favourite foods are a tender grilled octopus or just bread with olive oil
You can’t judge Portuguese food by the looks, it's not meant to look good but to taste amazing!
Katrina - City Manager
Born in Costa Rica. After coming to Portugal every summer, I made Lisbon my home in 2016
My favorite dish is one my grandma makes - white fish cooked in onion, tomato and white wine sauce with roasted herb potatoes!
Someone once advised me to look for restaurants with the oldest and grumpiest local men in Lisbon
Born in Mexico, but I've been living in Lisbon since 2016
My favorite dish is a tenderloin steak cooked in garlic and mushroom sauce with a side of grilled asparagus
Get lost in Alfama. Leave your phone at home and go explore. Use the river to get you back!
Originally from Romania, I've been in Lisbon since 2014
My favorite dish is `polvo a lagareiro` (grilled octopus with roasted garlic)
Lisbon has so many layers, look beneath the surface! Explore and understand its music, food and people
From Glasgow, I've been living in Lisbon since 2016
My favourite dish is the iconic pastel de nata
A tip for visitors to Lisbon is to see as many miradouros (viewpoints) as possible
"A food tour that’s off the beaten path."
"The tours are a perfect mix of story-telling, interacting with locals, walking, and eating in an off-the-tourist-track neighborhood."