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Hop on any stops along four routes and see the best attractions with your Lisbon hop-on-hop-off ticket. Traverse the city in an open-top double-decker bus, minibus, or a vintage tram, and enjoy the freedom to hop on and off at your leisure.

Olisipo Tour:
Stare up at Lisbon’s bright blue sky as your travel the Olisipo route to the Oceanarium, the largest indoor aquarium in Europe (admission not included). See the architecture of Casa dos Bicos and observe its curious façade. Then, head to the Museum of Amalia Rodrigues and learn about the queen of Fado. Next, visit the tile exhibit at the Azulejo Museum (Museu Nacional do Azulejo) and study the techniques used to create and manufacture decorative tiling.

Belem Tour:
Experience the historical monuments of Lisbon aboard a minibus. Admire the Belém Tower (Torre de Belém), a fortified tower built in the 16th century, which was erected at the mouth of the Tagus River to protect the city. Stop at the Navy Museum (Museu de Marinha) and learn about all aspects of Portugal’s navigation history. Continue to the Monument to the Discoveries (Padrão dos Descobrimentos) which honors Portugal’s Age of Discovery.

Tagus Tour:
Jump on another open top bus and explore the Tagus River route full of historic squares. Hop-off at the historic Rossio Square (Praça de D. Pedro IV) where revolts, bullfights, and executions once took place. Then, head to the lively Restauradores Square (Praça dos Restauradores) and see the beautiful obelisk Monument to the Restorers. Stroll through Avenida da Liberdade and arrive at the roundabout of Marquess of Pombal Square (Praça do Marquês de Pombal). Capture photos as you experience the ambiance.

Belem Tramcar Tour (valid between May and October only)
Explore a blend of cultures, archeological sites, and landmark architecture in one of the most emblematic vehicles of Lisbon, the tram. Must-sees in the neighbourhood include outstanding monuments and museums such as Jeronimos Monastery, Belem Tower and Padrão dos Descobrimentos. Take time to enjoy the famous Pasteis de Belem or visit the new Coach Museum or Belem Cultural Centre. 

Hills Tramcar Tour (valid between November and April only)
Visit Baixa and the Comercio Square (Praça do Comércio), which was completely remodeled after the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. From here, travel to Alfama, Lisbon’s oldest neighborhood and home to Lisbon’s best fado bars and restaurants. Walk up the hill to the majestic St George's Castle (Castelo de São Jorge) for stunning views. For another amazing vantage point, head to the Miradouro das Portas do Sol. Next, make your way to the popular Chiado & Bairro Alto neighborhoods rich with shops and restaurants. Grab a coffee at one of the many cafes and relax on a bench watching waterfalls at Estrela Park (Jardim da Estrela).

Stops on the Olisipo Tour - by open-top bus (48-hour ticket):
1. Figueira Square
2. Rua do Comércio
3. Cais do Sodré
4. Royal Prince
5. Marquês de Pombal - Duque de Loulé Avenue
6. Picoas in front of the Double Tree Hotel
7. Small Field - Campo Pequeno Square -
8. Alameda - Alameda D. Afonso Henriques
9. Oceanarium / Pav. Portugal
10. Gare do Oriente / C.C Vasco da Gama
11. Hotel Myriad
12. Tile Museum
13. Cruise Terminal (Tobacco Garden)
14. Field of Onions / Praça do Comércio - Rua dos Arameiros
15. Figueira Square

Stops on the Belem Tour - by minibus (48-hour ticket):
1. Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
2. Museu dos Coches
3. Torre de Belém
4. Padrão Descobrimentos
5. Museu Eletricidade/MAAT/Yellow Boat Stop
6. Museu da Marinha /Plantário
7. Mosteiro dos Jerónimos

Stops on the Tagus Tour - by open-top bus (48-hour ticket):
1. Praça da Figueira
2. Restauradores
3. Marquês de Pombal
4. Av. José Malhoa
5. Praça de Espanha / Gulbenkian
6. El Corte Inglês
7. Parque Eduardo VII
8. Amoreiras
9. Basílica da Estrela
10. Museu dos Coches
11. Jerónimos /Museu Marinha/Planetário
12. Torre Belém
13. Padrão Descobrimentos
14. Museu Eletricidade/MAAT/Yellow Boat stop
15. Cais do Sodré
16. Rua do Comércio
17. Praça da Figueira

Stops on the Belém Tramcar Tour (48-Hour ticket) -from May to October only-:

Praça do Comércio
Praça da Figueira
Cais do Sodré
Museu de Arte Antiga
Museu da Carris
Museu dos Coches / Padrão Descobrimentos
Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
Note: This ticket includes the Belem Tramcar Tour between May and October only.

Stops on the Hill Tramcar Tour (48-hour ticket) -from November to April only-:
Praça do Comércio - Terminal
Elevador de Santa Justa
Praça da Figueira - STOP
Martim Moniz - STOP
Graça - STOP
Portas do Sol (St. George Castle) - STOP
Rua da Conceição - STOP
Camões - STOP
Calçada do Combro
São Bento
Estrela - STOP
São Paulo
Corpo Santo
Praça do Município
Praça do Comércio - Terminal
* Note: This ticket includes the Hills Tramcar Tour between November and April only.

Locations visited
Castelo de S. Jorge
Lisbon Oceanarium
Museu Nacional dos Coches
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See Lisbon’s top attractions on a hop-on hop-off combo tour, including four routes. Admire 360-degree views on a double decker bus ride to Rossio Square and the Square of the Fig Tree along the Olisipo and Tagus routes. On the Belem route (ticket valid between May and October), see the UNESCO-listed Belem Tower and Jeronimos Monastery. Travel along the Hills Tramcar (ticket valid between November and April) including stops in old Alfama district, Bairro Alto and Chiado neighborhoods and Estrela Park.
  • Lisbon combo tour that includes five hop-on hop-off routes in one ticket
  • The most flexible and convenient way to travel around the city
  • See Lisbon's top attractions, including Rossio Square, the Santa Justa Elevator and Belém Tower
  • Visit the famous quarters of Baixa, Bairro Alto & Chiado, Estrela and Alfama
  • Create your own itinerary with nearly 70 bus and tram stops
  • Enjoy riding in open-top buses and the famous Lisbon tramcar
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Awful experience, I wish we could get our money and time back!

Bus and tram drivers are rude and they do not want to help in any way. They are supposed to come every 20-25 minutes. Waited 1 hour and bus never came at the same stop they dropped us of at. We asked the driver as...More

4  Thank Lesa S
Reviewed 5 July 2018
Ruined my trip to Lisbon

Do not buy this. Used on June 11th-12th. Explicitly says it includes both tram lines. Rude Yellow Bus representative named Sandra Corado said it does not and we couldn't use it on both tram lines. After a lot of arguing and showing her the paperwork...More

3  Thank mstraveler38
Reviewed 3 July 2018
Please don't waste your money

This company is terrible - the driver showed up after an hour, was rude and unhelpful, as was the next driver. Most of the earphones don't work in the seats, the commentary is lame and the routes take you out to areas that are of...More

6  Thank 18judes
Reviewed 18 June 2018
Great way to see Lisbon in two days.

We went for a 3 nights four day break to this wonderful city April 2018,so much to see and a lot of walking , it's a big city built on some very steep hills. We decided to use this service and was so pleased we...More

1  Thank Raymond F
Reviewed 18 May 2018
Take one of the others (sightseeing Portugal or Grayline), but skip the Yellow buses!

Don't know where to start, rude personnel, very limited buses and trams, don't drive according to schedule and other companies pass by various times (and do according to schedule). You lose time which you preferably spend in the beautiful city itself!

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Linda R
23 April 2018|
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Response from Lorraine L | Reviewed this property |
Hi, sorry we didn't get to Pamplona but I can tell you the trains run fairly well on time, just allow enough time to get your ticket.
Linda R
3 April 2018|
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Response from Lorraine L | Reviewed this property |
I think from memory they run until 7.00pm and it will be summer and the tram ride is one of the quicker rides so there should be time. The only problem you may strike is if they are running on time without any hold ups. We... More
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