The charming city of Funchal

17·Jul·2021

Funchal is the capital and largest city on the island of Madeira. With a pleasant climate, welcoming people and delicious cuisine, this island is a popular tourist destination, requested by both the Portuguese and the rest of the Europeans who are looking for a safe haven here to escape the harsh climate of winters in continental Europe.

The partnership between Live Electric Tours and City Bubbles allows you to discover the most interesting and emblematic places on the island of Madeira and the city of Funchal, always in an autonomous, private and completely safe way. Board the small and fun Renault Twizy and tour places of rare natural beauty, always supported by a GPS that will show you the way to go.

You can pass by iconic and famous places such as “O Monte”, visit the center of Funchal, go to Camara de Lobos or be dazzled by the famous views of the Cabo Girão and Cristo Rei viewpoints. more specific (2 hours) or more complete (4 hours).

The Mount – 2 hours: Visit one of the most emblematic places on the island, where you can have a panoramic view of Funchal at an altitude of about 500m.

Funchal City Center – 2 hours: Combines Funchal city center with outdoor areas of rare natural beauty.

Camera de Lobos – 2 hours: Visit the famous fishing town of Camara de Lobos and its surroundings, such as the spectacular bay and stunning viewpoints.

Cabo Girão Viewpoint – 4 hours: A complete experience that culminates with a visit to one of the highest viewpoints in Europe, at almost 600m altitude.

Cristo Rei Viewpoint – 4 hours: A complete experience that explores the eastern part of Funchal and culminates with a visit to an iconic viewpoint.

Feel like taking a walk around Funchal and Madeira Island in a small, fun and sustainable Twizy, while admiring and being enchanted by welcoming places and fantastic views from impressive viewpoints? Go to the Funchal city page and learn more about our offer.

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