Lisbon Complete

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From49.50€ - 6h per person

This tour includes:

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Discover the wonderful views of Lisbon's viewpoints and the 500 years old historic monuments of the Portuguese Discoveries Era on a 6-hour self-drive tour

Activity Highlights

  • 6 hours to have the most complete experience of Lisbon, driving a 100% electric vehicle
  • Visit all the viewpoints and explore the city's riverside full of historic monuments
  • You choose: take your tour independently, or be accompanied by a Buddy guide
  • App with audioguide, Wi-Fi and free parking within the city of Lisbon
  • Digital recording of the experience and live transmission via social networks
Tour Description

Lisbon Complete

Visit all the viewpoints in the city of the 7 hills and end in what is considered the most beautiful, the viewpoint of "Our Lady of the Mount".

Explore all the historic districts, from the elegant Chiado, to the charming Príncipe Real, the medieval Alfama, or the bohemian Bairro Alto.

You will also have time to go to Belém Monumental and visit the Jerónimos Monastery, the Belém Tower and the Discoveries Monument. And finally, try the famous "Belem Custard Tarts".

Discover all the most beautiful points of interest in the city of Lisbon. Without haste and with total comfort.

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autonomy, privacy and customization

In this 6-hours self-drive city tour in Lisbon, your independence and privacy are guaranteed. Do you wish to change your route and take an alternative road? Don’t worry, your tour is customizable! Go wherever you want and park the car for free in any place inside Lisbon. Just you and yours, no one else to disturb.


All of this on board of the fantastic Renault Twizy, a little and funny 100% electric car made for 2. With this totally sustainable and eco-friendly vehicle we have managed to save tons of CO2 emissions to the atmosphere, making the city and our world better places. That is why we were considered the best “Sustainable Tourism” Start-Up in the world in 2020, for the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).


The Twizy is equipped with a lot of technology that provides you all the comfort and independence you need in this experience. Free WiFi and USB charging points for your smartphones, a GPS Audio Guide with several points of interest in the city, and an amazing video camera installed on top of the car that allows you to livestream your entire experience via social media. At the end of the tour we also give you a digital record of your urban road trip to later remember.

safety (covid-19)

For your safety, and in accordance with Portuguese Gov. and WHO standards, we have implemented extraordinary measures to protect you from the Covid-19 pandemic. Live Electric Tours has adopted all published and approved standards so that you can enjoy your tour in a completely protected way. Our cars are disinfected at the beginning and end of each tour. This procedure is performed by our team, which complies with all the rules established for this purpose. We remind you that all of our tours are completely private, so you will not have contact with other people, except the friend/relative which is with you at the car. Interactions with our team will be reduced to a minimum, occurring only at the beginning and end of each tour, with all the security measures adopted.

where to begin

In favor of sustainability, Live Electric Tours has abandoned its physical facilities in order to eliminate any unnecessary waste with water and electricity, virtually eliminating its carbon footprint.

To meet us at the time and date of your tour, head to Hotel Czar - Av. Almirante Reis 103, 1150-020 Lisbon . It is 3 minutes walk from the Anjos Metro station (green line).

You should arrive about 15 minutes before the start of your tour, so that our team can give you a vehicle briefing, and answer any questions you have about your tour route, and any points of interest you may want to discover.

Need a hand?

If you wish, Live Electric Tours can provide a private Buddy, who will take a car to lead the way on your journey, and who will always be with you and will provide you with all the assistance you need. If you have alternative plans for your tour and want to go elsewhere, pass this information on to Buddy and he will take you there.

You don't feel comfortable driving in a city you do not know? So, this is your choice. Take some help and do not miss this adventure that will stay in your memory forever.

Additional Information

If you exceed the defined duration of your tour, there’s an extra cost of 20 euros per additional hour.

We are also present in other magnificent Portuguese cities such as Evora, whose historical centre is considered World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and Porto, the 2nd largest city in Portugal, full of history, enchanting people and marvellous food.

What’s Included
  • Rental of a Renault Twizy for 6 hours (capacity: 2 people/car)
  • Civil liability, Personal accidents and Car insurance
  • Free parking in the city
  • Tour with GPS Audio Guide powered by the app LetzGo Travel
  • Free Wifi in the vehicle
  • Livestreaming of your experience via Social Media
  • Digital recording of the whole experience 
  • Vehicle briefing before start
  • Assistance at any time
  • Option of Buddy that will guide you through the route (Extra 30€)
Points of interest

LX Factory

An old industrial complex with almost 200 years old, transformed into a space full of art galleries, bookstores, and restaurants, maintaining the industrial atmosphere of yesteryear and introducing contemporary elements from various urban artists.


Carris Museum

Opened in 1999, this museum shows the connection between the city of Lisbon and the transport company that has operated in the city since the 19th century. There are vehicles representing the evolution of transport, as well as various historical articles of the company.


Belém National Palace

With more than 500 years of history, this palace has been the official residence of the Portuguese president since 1910, when the Portuguese Republic was implemented. Since 2007, it has been considered a national monument, housing a spectacular Botanical Garden.


Belém Custard Tarts

It is in the “Antiga Confeitaria de Belém” that the most delicious and famous custard tarts in the country are eaten. Served here since 1837, always made using a secret recipe only known to 3 people, who are never together for safety reasons.


Jerónimos Monastery

This 16th century monastery is one of the most imposing and famous attractions in the city. Paid by the spice profits coming from the Orient, the visit to this monument, considered World Heritage by UNESCO, is an unmissable trip at the time of the Portuguese Discoveries. Here is the tomb of the iconic Portuguese poet: Luís Vaz de Camões.



Completely built in marble in 1992, this monument houses the largest auditorium in the city and has a world-class cultural calendar. It houses the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, as well as several restaurants.


Champalimaud Foundation

A futuristic architectural building left as a legacy of the Champalimaud family and with the aim of dedicating itself to the development of advanced biomedical research programs and the interdisciplinary provision of clinical care.


Belém Tower

Built in 1515, this tower is the most emblematic monument in Lisbon. With the original purpose of serving as a protective fortress of the city, it was from here that many voyages of the Portuguese Discoveries departed. Its history and uniqueness of its architecture earned it UNESCO World Heritage status.


Monument to the Discoveries

Also known as “Padrão dos Descobrimentos”, it was inaugurated in 1960 to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the death of the “father” of the Portuguese Discoveries, Infante D. Henrique. It is 56 meters high and shows 32 historical figures from that golden age.


Coaches National Museum

One of the most appreciated Portuguese museums, which shows the carriages that transported the Portuguese nobility and royalty throughout history. Recently modernized, it has a technological component that is very present throughout the visit.


Electricity Museum

This former thermoelectric power station, which operated until 1951 and was responsible for Lisbon's electricity supply, has now become the Electricity Museum, which hosts exhibitions that, for the most part, try to combine art and science.



The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology is a recent building with an architecture that has amazed and delighted national and international critics. It addresses the relationship between art and new technologies through contemporary and international programming.


25th April Bridge

Inaugurated in 1966, it was originally known as “Ponte Salazar”, having changed its name after the 25th of April revolution. It was built by the same engineers as Golden Gate, hence the great similarities with the Californian bridge.


Santo Amaro Docks

An old port warehouse area that was revitalized in the 90s, becoming a leisure area along the Tagus, full of restaurants, bars and clubs that attracts many locals and tourists, in an environment full of life and fun.


Cais do Sodré

Situated by the river, this neighbourhood is a lively gastronomic and nightlife destination. Known for its cosmopolitan character, this is where the Ribeira Market is located, where you can taste the meals of many renowned chefs.


Commerce Square

Also known as “Terreiro do Paço”, this is the largest square in Lisbon and one of the largest in Europe. Originally designed to welcome those arriving in the city by boat, it was where the royal palace was located before the 1755 earthquake.


Restauradores Square

A historic square, with an obelisk in the center, representing the restoration of the Portuguese republic after 60 years of Spanish rule (1580-1640).


d. Pedro IV Square 

Best known as Rossio, this square is one of the most central and busiest in the city, where bonfires were used during the Inquisition. Here we can see the D. Maria II theater and a monument in memory of King D. Pedro IV.


Santa Justa Lift

This famous monument in a neo-Gothic style is distinguished from other monuments in the city for its architecture. Created by Mesnier du Ponsard, it connects Rua do Ouro to Largo do Carmo and leaves visitors impressed by its peculiarity.



The most elegant and charming neighbourhood in the city of Lisbon, takes us back to the atmosphere of the 18th century, when famous poets and writers such as Fernando Pessoa and Eça de Queiroz walked and made their living here. It is filled with theaters, antique bookstores and international brand stores.


Largo do Carmo

It is here that the Carmo convent and church are located, places that withstood the terrible earthquake of 1755, and that remember that disastrous day. This square was also one of the stages of the Carnation Revolution, which in 1974 ended the dictatorship in Portugal.


Pedro Alcântara Viewpoint

A viewpoint on a terrace, with gardens, busts of historical figures and kiosks, where you can enjoy a beautiful view over the city of Lisbon, which includes the Castle of S. Jorge, the Tagus River and the city's downtown.


Príncipe Real

One of the chicest, busiest, and most sought-after neighbourhoods in the city, where you can find gardens with craft fairs, different types of shops and restaurants from around the world.


Adamastor Viewpoint

Its official name is Sta. Catarina viewpoint, and it has one of the best views in the city. Many locals and tourists enjoy the fantastic sunset to come together to listen to music, have a drink and watch the Tagus River and the famous 25 Abril Bridge.


Bica Lift

This ancient elevator is one of the most popular attractions for tourists visiting Lisbon. It offers a short ride on a historic funicular that climbs the steep hill that connects the famous neighbourhoods of Cais do Sodré and Bairro Alto.


Luís de Camões Square

Also known as Largo Camões, this is one of the focal points of Lisbon's movida, where different people of different ages gather to start the night in Bairro Alto. In the center is the statue of the most important Portuguese poet: Luís Vaz de Camões.


Commerce Square

Also known as “Terreiro do Paço”, this is the largest square in Lisbon and one of the largest in Europe. Originally designed to welcome those arriving in the city by boat, it was where the royal palace was located before the 1755 earthquake.


LISBON Cathedral

With an austere appearance, where the Romanesque style predominates, this cathedral is one of the greatest monuments in the city. It is on the way to the famous Alfama district and is, every year, the stage for the Weddings of Santo António, the patron saint of the city of Lisbon.


Portas do Sol Viewpoint

With a view worthy of an illustrated postcard, this is one of the most beautiful and sought-after viewpoints in the city. Located in the historic neighbourhood of Alfama, it offers breath-taking views over the Tagus River and several well-known monuments of the Portuguese capital.


Graça Viewpoint

A romantic viewpoint located next to a church, in one of the highest parts of the city. It has a fantastic view over the Castle and the Tagus River. It currently has a new name: Sophia de Mello Breyner, in honour of a Portuguese poet who spent her days there.


Nossa Senhora Monte Viewpoint

It was once one of the best hidden secrets in the city. This viewpoint is considered by many the most beautiful in the entire city, providing a magnificent and panoramic view that enchants all who pass by.


Marquês do Pombal Square

The most central artery in Lisbon, which connects the entire city and serves as a stage for celebrations and celebrations. In its centre, we can see the statue of M. Pombal, governor of Lisbon between 1750 and 1777 and a central figure in the reconstruction of the city after the earthquake of 1755.


Eduardo VII Park Viewpoint

The largest park in the city, which also has a panoramic viewpoint over Lisbon and the Tagus River. It has, among other things, a greenhouse created in the 30’s, which contains plant species from all over the world.



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Renting Conditions
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Maximum of 2 persons (including the driver) per car
  • At the beginng of the tour is required a guarantee deposit of 100€ (to be refunded at the end of the tour)
  • ID/Passport and Valid driving license required (for the driver)
  • Children under 4 years old are not allowed for safety reasons
  • Youth (between 4 and 17) must be accompanied by an adult. A booster seat can be provided on request with no extra costs
  • Final Price is per car
Cancellation policy
  • Free cancellation up to 24h before the activity starts.
  • We guarantee full refund.
  • Possibility to reschedule the date and time of your city tour (subject to availability).

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