Sightseeing in Lisbon: enjoy a fantastic tour on two wheels

This guided tour through Lisbon is highly recommended: you can experience fun and history on two wheels. Save your feet and get on the innovative bike on a sightseeing tour through the Portuguese capital!

  • Tour / activity duration: ~1 hour
  • Languages: English, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese
  • Transfer: can be booked separately
90 out of 100 based on 4 Reviews
  • The best insider tips
  • English-speaking service
  • Hassle-free booking change or cancellation
  • Usually cheaper than at site

Price overview

  • Sightseeing Lisbon - 1 h - per person (from 12 years)25.-€
Great experience through Lisbon

Overview / General Information

Experience sightseeing in Lisbon on two wheels

On the one-hour city tour through Lisbon, you will experience sightseeing in a different way: comfortably sitting on two wheels, you will explore practically and comfortably various districts of the Portuguese capital. Your guide will accompany you with interesting information about Lisbon.


  • Duration: ~ 1 hour
  • Times: 1/11 - 31/03: 9:30 am - 6:30 pm, 1/4 - 31/10: 9:30 am - 8:30 pm
  • Days: daily
  • Months: possible all-year
  • Languages: English, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese
  • Pick-up can be booked separately from
  • Pick-ups: within 5 km, minimum 4 persons (5 € / pers.)


  • Professional guide, introduction, helmet

Option 1: Lisbon Sightseeing: Belém Tour

On the guided sightseeing tour through Lisbon's Belém district you will see the famous Belém Tower, which is situated on the banks of the Tajos River. You will also pass the Jerónimo Monastery and other important monuments.

Option 2: Lisbon Sightseeing: Old TownTour

On the guided sightseeing tour through Lisbon's old quarter, you will pass important cornerstones of Lisbon's history. Alfama is the oldest district of Lisbon and has besides the St. Jorge Castle, restaurants and cafés a lot of culture to offer.

Option 3: Lisbon Sightseeing: Parque das Nações Tour

On the guided sightseeing tour through Lisbon's "Park of Nations" you will experience the modern, architectural facets of the Portuguese city. In addition to the striking Torre Vasca de Gama lookout tower, you can admire other avant-garde landmarks of Lisbon: Pavilhão de Portugal, Oceanário and Oriente railway station.

Important information


  • Minimum age 12 years
  • Children: from 12 to 18 years old must be an adult (from 18 years old)

Please bring along:

Passport, snacks, suitable clothing, backpack, drinks

Detailed description

Experience sightseeing in Lisbon on innovative bikes

With three different city tours you can get to know the great facets of the city by visiting Lisbon. You can explore the various districts of the city in a comfortable way: You sit on a Segway-like chassis, which will bring you to the different points of the tour in a practical and fun way. This device is a mixture between Segway and electric bike, but much easier and more comfortable. You can comfortably roll through the quarters of Lisbon with local guides. Sightseeing in Lisbon on the innovative bikes you can participate in a small group, with family and friends or even in a large group of up to 50 people. This innovative city tour through Lisbon offers you three wonderful alternatives:

The Belém Tour: Sightseeing in Lisbon through the historic Belém district, you will pass through two World Heritage Sites: the famous Tower of the Tajo River and the Jerónimo Monastery. These monuments are lavishly decorated in stone and embellished with motifs of exotic lands, as well as the heroes of the epoch on the colossal "Padrão Descobrimentos" monument (Monument of Discoveries). This is also the museum district of Lisbon, with its unique carriage museum filled with royal fairytale vehicles. The Berardo Museum displays a world-class collection of international contemporary and modern art as well as the icon MAAT. Despite all these attractions, it is a confectionery that fascinates most visitors: At the Antiga Confeitaria de Belém (simplely known as "Pastéis de Belém" or "Belém biscuits") you can taste Lisbon's famous creme tartlets. Highlights of the Belém Tour are sightseeing in Lisbon:

  •     Belém Tour

  •     Jerónimo Monastery

  •     Padrão Descobrimentos

  •     Icon MAAT

  •     Pastéis de Belém

2nd Tour of the Old Town: The picturesque, oldest quarter of Lisbon, Alfama, stretches over the south-eastern slope of the hill crowned by Castelo de São Jorge and consists of a maze of narrow lanes and steep staircases. Next to the castle there are several historic 17th century churches and the city's impressive cathedral. A number of excellent museums provide cultural diversity, and here is the largest flea market in Lisbon. Some of the best views in Lisbon are from high places such as the Miradouro Largo, the Portas do Sol - once the gateway to the Old Town. Alfama wakes up at night when some of the city's most authentic cafés and restaurants open their doors to serve delicious traditional cuisine. The neighborhood also hosts traditional fado houses, where this unique Portuguese musical expression can be enjoyed in a rustic and romantic setting. Highlights of the Old Town tour are sightseeing in Lisbon:

  •     Ribeira the Naus

  •     Praça Comércio

  •     Alfama.

  •     Se de Lisboa

  •     São Jorge Castle

  •     Sta Luzia Sightseeing Point

The Parque das Nações Tour shows you the modernity of Lisbon: the former eastern area was once an industrial area. Ever since Expo 98 took place there, it has been a futuristic world. You will see examples of modern architecture, such as the station "Oriente", a landmark with the signature of Santiago Calatrava. The architect Alvaro Siza Vieira, awarded the Pritzker Prize, is the man behind the fantastic Pavilhão de Portugal, known for his remarkable undulating roof. Everywhere you turn is a view of the river that looks like an ocean, crossed by Europe's longest bridge. Discover the avant-garde side of Lisbon in contrast to its historic old town. Highlights of the modern tour are sightseeing in Lisbon:

  •     Torre Vasco da Gama

  •     Pavilhão de Portugal

  •     Pavilhão Atlântico

  •     Oceanário

  •     Oriente Railway Station

  •     Torre São Gabriel & Torre São Rafael

Sightseeing in Lisbon is highly recommended as a combination of fun and history!


Valid on the reserved day or for 12 months after date of purchase if no date has been selected. You will receive the tour operator's details with the purchased ticket. Attention: reservation is required! The reservation can be made through sunbonoo as part of the booking process or later by contacting the tour operator directly via phone or email.

Customer Reviews Experience sightseeing in Lisbon on two wheels

Maritt K wrote on Sep 14, 2019
Overall rating
100 von 100

Always good

We love Segway tours to explore a new city. It´s fun and you can see a lot in a short time. We had a lot of fun!

Immer wieder gut

Wir lieben Segway Touren zur Erkundung einer neuen Stadt. Macht Spaß und man sieht in kurzer Zeit sehr viel. Wir hatten sehr viel Spaß!
Mario B. wrote on Sep 6, 2019
Overall rating
80 von 100

Should have been a little longer

We would have loved to have driven a little longer. But for the price, it´s absolutely ok

Hätte ein wenig länger sein dürfen

Gerne wären wir noch ein wenig länger gefahren. Aber für den Preis ist es absolut ok
QH95 wrote on Aug 15, 2019
Overall rating
80 von 100


We really liked the tour and the city. The streets in the old town are a bit small and sometimes too crowded to really enjoy, though.
Mimi wrote on Apr 23, 2019
Overall rating
100 von 100

Nice change

Better than walking everything. It was fun and the explanations from our guide were good and entertaining.

Nette Abwechslung

Besser als alles zu Fuß zu erlaufen. Hat Spaß gemacht und die Erklärungen unseres Guides waren gut und unterhaltsam.

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