Lisbon Alfama Quarter Excursion Reviews

Lisbon Alfama Quarter cruise excursion
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The Alfama Quarter, the oldest part of Lisbon, survived the devastating earthquake of 1755. The quarter features narrow streets, stunning Moorish architecture, and many cafes and restaurants.
Member Image desert traveler
1 review
Sep 2016
walked around on own-
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Provider: Viking River Cruises
Member Image Starbirdie
1 review
May 2016
Our shore excursion included a city bus tour and a walking tour at the site of Belem Tower. We visited Jeronimous Monastery, and also the Alfama. The historic Alfama was the highlight, as we enjoyed walking the narrow streets and learning about its past as well as interesting info about the present.
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Provider: Oceania Cruises
Member Image boomerone
21 reviews
Oct 2015
Narrow, cobblestone alleys dotted with small shops and restaurants, captures the soul of Lisbon
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Provider: we did this on our own
Member Image BlBrTravel
3 reviews
Aug 2015
Would have liked more time to explore but what we did was very good. It's a hard area for a lot of people to walk because of hills and cobblestones so I suspect that's why we had such a short walk.
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Provider: Viking River Cruises
Member Image mikerophoto
4 reviews
Aug 2013

Nice!

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Provider: Viking River Cruises

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