Lisbon Time Travel

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From52.50€ - 6h per person

This tour includes:

LetzGo Travel - App with audioguide
LetzGo Travel - App with audioguide
+25 points of Interest
+25 points of Interest

Explore Lisbon on a 6-hour self-guided tour and experience a mysterious adventure through the city's labyrinthine streets as the time traveler Rita, a virtual audio guide, tries to avoid a global catastrophe caused by a Russian spy

activity highlights

  • 6 hours to have a complete Lisbon experience driving a 100% electric vehicle.
  • Help the time traveler Rita stopping the catastrofic plans of a russian spy.
  • Discover the city's historic centre, the fabulous viewpoints and the modern Nations Park.
  • Use your smartphone to download the app that contains the virtual audioguide.
  • Unlimited Wi-Fi and free parking within the city of Lisbon.
  • Digital recording of the experience and live broadcast via social media.
Tour Description

lisbon time travel

An immersive tour that will take you to a fun and exciting experience in the Portuguese capital, in a simple and interactive way.

Explore the city of Lisbon with the help of Rita, a time traveller, as she tries to save Europe and the World from an unprecedented catastrophe caused by a russian spy.

Take the wheel of the fun and 100% electric Twizy E-Tech and embark on this fantastic and mysterious adventure in Lisbon. Start at Parque Eduardo VII and tour the most famous sites of Old Lisbon while immersing yourself in the eventful history of our amusing and courageous guide. Discover the end of this timeless adventure as you stroll through the most modern area of the city: Nations Park.

Venture on this tour that will show you the beautiful contrast between the Old and the Modern in the Portuguese capital, always accompanied by a virtual audio guide installed on your smartphone, which will tell you everything you need to know about the points of interest you are going to visit.

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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 virtual audioguide in a mobile app, 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.

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
  • Mobile app with virtual audioguide
  • 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€)
What’s Not Included
  • Tickets/Entrances in attractions/museums 
Points of interest
  1. Eduardo VII Park

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


  1. Marquês Pombal Roundabout

The most central artery in Lisbon, which connects the entire city and serves as a stage for the city’s 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.


  1. Liberdade Avenue

A wide and long avenue with lots of trees, kiosks, and full of luxury stores and high-end hotels. Sought after and frequented by wealthy people, it is close to this expensive and glamorous place that Cristiano Ronaldo's new house is located.


  1. 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).


  1. 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.


  1. 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.


  1. Chiado

The most elegant and charming neighborhood in the city of Lisbon takes us back to the atmosphere of the 18th and 19th centuries, 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.


  1. Largo do Carmo

It is here that the convent and Carmo 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.


  1. The Brasileira

One of the best-known cafes in the Portuguese capital. It is a very famous tourist attraction due to its interior with exquisite architecture, and the statue of Fernando Pessoa that is at the door. It was in this place that this poet spent his days.


  1. S. 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.


  1. 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 all around the world.


  1. Bairro Alto

Created in the 14th century, Bairro Alto truly changes overnight. During the day it's a dormant neighbourhood and hung over from the night before. At night, the restaurants and bars open up to the lively Lisbon crowd, which fills the narrow streets of this bohemian and iconic place.


  1. Alecrim Street

One of the most famous streets in the city, known for its steep slope. It connects Bairro Alto to the riverside area of Cais do Sodré and it is here that the city's revellers go down to the river when the bars in Bairro Alto close their doors.


  1. 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.


  1. Pink Street

Rua Nova do Carvalho is a pedestrian street that was the target of an urban intervention in 2013, painting the pavement pink between bars and clubs. It became one of the busiest spaces in Lisbon's nightlife and is an open-air art gallery.


  1. Ribeira das Naus

Once a shipyard for the construction of Portuguese ships that set out to discover the world, it is now a rehabilitated space along the Tagus River, full of gardens and terraces for Lisboners and tourists to enjoy relaxing in the sun while drinking a refreshment.


  1. Lisbon Cruise Terminal

Recently built to meet the needs of the many cruise ships that dock in Lisbon every week, this large-scale project receives thousands of tourists who leave the ships to discover the Portuguese capital.


  1. Nossa Senhora Monte Viewpoint

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


  1. São Vicente de Fora Church

A large church where you can observe the Gothic and Baroque architectural styles. It began to be built in the 16th century, on the site where the first Portuguese king, D. Afonso Henriques built a temple in honour of S. Vicente, one of the city's patron saints.


  1. National Pantheon

An impressive baroque-style monument that houses the tombs of the most notable Portuguese citizens throughout history. It began to be built in the 16th century, but was only completed 350 years later, in the 20th century.


  1. Santa Apolónia

Known for its train station, opened in 1865, which connects the city center of Lisbon to the rest of the country, this area was once much frequented by sailors who set out on journeys in search of the glories and riches of the Orient.


  1. Nations Park

An old industrial area rehabilitated to host the World Fair of 98 (EXPO 98). It has become one of the great residential and commercial poles in the city of Lisbon, where you can enjoy modern and futuristic architecture combined with large green spaces and the riverside.


  1. Lisbon Oceanarium

The internationally awarded Oceanário de Lisboa is a must-visit place. With more than 25,000 fish from every sea and ocean on the planet coexisting in harmony, it continues to amaze its visitors with unique exhibits about marine life on Earth.


  1. Orient Station

Created by the famous Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava, this futuristic and world-wide acclaimed architectural masterpiece is the city's largest transport platform, combining materials such as concrete, glass and steel, giving it an elegant and lightweight look.


  1. Vasco da Gama Tower

Designed in the shape of a sail, reminiscent of ships from the Portuguese discoveries, this building of unique architectural beauty was built for the 1998 World Fair (EXPO 98). It is about 150 meters high and has a 5-star hotel incorporated into it.


  1. Vasco da Gama Bridge

Built in honour of the man who discovered the sea route to India in 1498, this 17 km long bridge that links Lisbon to Montijo was until 2018 the longest in Europe. For its construction, more than 100,000 tons of steel were used.


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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).
  • Smartphone required in order to install the audioguide app.
  • 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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Free cancellation up to 24h before the activity starts. We guarantee full refund.
From 52.50€ - 6h per person

This tour includes:

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