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Lisbon Hop-On Hop-Off Tour: 48-Hour Ticket

  • Lisbon hop-on hop-off bus route: Pick an open-top bus for the views
  • Access a wide range of neighborhoods on three loops
  • Listen to narration on personal headsets
Lisbon Hop-On Hop-Off Tour: 48-Hour Ticket
From US$26.60
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Lisbon Hop-On Hop-Off Tour: 48-Hour Ticket
From US$26.58
Get ready for unlimited exploration with a 48-hour ticket to a hop-on hop-off bus route that covers Lisbon’s key areas. You'll have full access to three different loops that are convenient to Lisbon highlights, combining the curated experience of a guided tour with the freedom to explore each destination at your own pace.
What to Expect
With 48 hours to explore Lisbon, you can cover the city’s historic neighborhoods, main attractions, and beautiful riverfront. Throughout the duration of your hop-on hop-off bus tickets, you’ll have access to the Santa Justa Lift, funiculars, and trams as well, extending your journey even farther into Lisbon’s famous hills.

Make the most of the three bus routes to create your own perfect Lisbon experience. On the Tagus Tour, you’ll follow the river to a series of historic landmarks, and the Olisipo Tour visits the Oceanarium, the Casa dos Bicos, and the National Tile Museum (Museo Nacional do Azulejo).

To check out the UNESCO World Heritage sites in the riverside Belém neighborhood, hop the Belém Tour past Jerónimos Monastery, the Tower of Belém, and the Monument of the Discoveries, stopping to walk, shop, and visit Lisbon’s charming cafes as often as you want.
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Good value

A group of us bought the basic Tagus bus tour for 24 hrs. It was a great way to see a large part of the city and to get out to Belém for a few hours. Whilst it sounds like there are often long waits...More

Thank Kingfisher1807
Reviewed 6 days ago
Worst hop on/off experience

First of all, be aware that there are many companies offering this service, This particular one, is one of the worst we have experienced. with long waits, very few stops, and combos that are not the best. We waited for the bus to arrive at...More

Thank wally_dallas
Reviewed 1 week ago
A very convenient way to get around

We bought the 48 hour pass for the Tagus and Olisipo [sp] lines. Unless you want to go to the Tile Museum [and get there well before closing because they really close it up early], don't bother with the Olisipo tour. DULL. But the Tagus...More

Thank jrmontgomery
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Yellow buses. V. Red Buses

We liked the Yellow Bus, basic city tour , the blue line Tagus route. Bus are modern & clean with drivers doing a excellent job under difficult customer, technical & traffic conditions. Customers - customers were not prepared with money or prepaid vouchers. This held...More

Thank Greg B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Sit back, relax and let them do the driving

Enjoyed just sitting back, seeing the beautiful sights in Lisbon and hopping off frequently to explore things more carefully. Particulary liiked the ride out to the beaches through the newer neighborhoods and through Belem. Tram ride was exciting. Buses came regularly so transferring to different...More

Thank slo222
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10 April 2018|
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Response from Ed B | Reviewed this property |
the 2 day ticket will print the date and time it starts and date and time it expires. I guess if you try to board the bus with this ticket before it becomes valid, they will probably not let you get on. Unless you can get... More