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Per Person $136 USD
Child (Ages 13-17 years) $119 USD
Child (Ages 4-12 years) $97 USD
Private Tour Fee (Supplement per group (min. 2 pax)) $83 USD
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Dive deep into Portuguese cuisine and culture on this culinary walk that takes you to the historical heart of Lisbon and birthplace of fado music.

With its Neoclassical architecture, designer boutiques and cobbled streets lined with bars and restaurants – Baixa is the historical center and commercial heart of Lisbon. Just a short walk away, Mouraria is Lisbon’s most multicultural neighborhood and the birthplace of fado music. As one of only two districts to survive the great earthquake of 1755, Mouraria offers layers of history and a rare snapshot of local life.

One thing both neighborhoods have in common today, is that they’re home to some of the city’s tastiest food!

On this 3.5 hour culinary tour, we take you away from the crowds to the traditional restaurants that are loved and frequented by the locals themselves. As you walk the backstreets of Baixa and Mouraria, your local guide will regale you with fascinating facts and stories about the sights you pass – giving you a much more meaningful understanding of the city than you’ll get from the guidebooks.

Discover the local’s favorite hangover food. Sit down for pesticos at a cozy tasca (traditional tavern). Enjoy authentic food and culture at our favorite fado house. Not only will you try typical Portuguese dishes, you’ll also discover some surprising international influences on the country’s cuisine.

You will also get VIP access to a Michelin stared chef at a local Fado house, with a food tasting made exclusively for you!

  • This Tour Includes:
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Visit two of Lisbon's most fascinating neighborhoods - Baixa and Mouraria
  • Visit a top-rated Mozambican restaurant and try a 'chamuca'
  • Discover the meaning of 'peixinhos da horta' and try this traditional dish
  • Try a traditional Alentejan food tasting
  • Tasting of either bacalhau or codfish, the best-known dishes in Portugal
  • Experience authentic fado music
  • Indulge in a traditional 'pastel de nata' - a Portuguese custard tart that's to die for!
  • Visit Camilla Watson's famous portraits and tick it off your must-see list

Days of Operation

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Wed - yes
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Sat - no
Sun - yes

Departures (local time)

  • 1:00 PM (3.5 hrs)

Transfer / Meeting Instructions

Taxi and Transfers Required Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.

Special Instructions

• This is a walking tour, with some cobblestone streets. Wear comfortable shoes.
• This tour operates regardless of weather. Bring an umbrella or raincoat if rain is in the forecast.
• Transportation to and from the meeting location is not included. Specific instructions will appear on your voucher.


• We will do our best to accommodate dietary restrictions. You will be asked about this during the checkout process.
• This tour can accommodate a maximum of 10 guests. If there are more than 10 people in your group, you will be split up into separate tours.
• Itinerary & tastings subject to change due to seasonal availability, individual closings, or local holidays
• If you prefer a different day of the week, a private experience can be arranged for a small fee if the guide is available. Minimum is 2 people. Please request your preferred day in advance through ShoreTrips.