Combo SF Special – Medieval Segway Tour (1h) + GoCar Quickie (1h)
This combo tour will improve your experience! Combine a GPS self-guided GoCar with the eco-friendly Segways that are fun and easy to ride.
Inorder to improve your experience we’ve created this combo option, a Segway tour plus a GoCar adventure. This is a great opportunity to explore the city from two different perspectives and with two distinct feelings.
Startby enjoying the medieval attractions in Lisbon during the 1-hour guided Segway tour. Swiftly navigate Lisbon’s hilly streets and narrow lanes while driving an intuitive Segway. Learn about its Moorish influences in Alfama; visit Lisbon’s oldest church, the Lisbon Cathedral and the São Jorge Castle among other popular landmarks.
Then it will be time to park the Segway at our shop and go for an exciting tour through Lisbon aboard a GPS self-guided GoCar. Our tours will make it possible for you to feel the city life while exploring it in a funny and exciting way.
Each GoCar includes an audio-guide and a tablet to help you find the right way. You just need to listen to the GPS instructions because it will tell you where to go as well as suggest where to stop, in order to discover Lisbon’s architecture and historical sites.
IDEAL GOCAR CIRCUIT
CENTER TOUR – RED ROUTE
The Red Route lasts 1h / 1h30 and covers the entire area of downtown Lisbon.
Baixa, in the heart of the Portuguese capital, is also known as “Baixa Pombalina” because it was rebuilt after the destruction caused by the terrible earthquake of 1755, by order of the Marquis of Pombal (Marquês de Pombal). This is the most cosmopolitan neighbourhood in the city, where tradition blends in with the boldness of modernity, an area full of commerce and emblematic buildings and with great cultural diversity.
This tour takes you through some of the most
emblematic monuments and places in town, including: Santa Justa lift, the
Rossio Square, the Dona Maria II National Theatre, the Carmo Church and
Convent, the Camões Square and S. Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint, Príncipe Real
Garden, the Amália Rodrigues House Museum and Cais do Sodré area along the