Make your way to a location on the historic Tram 28 line. Then, set out on foot through a vibrant local neighborhood.
The guide shares insights into Lisbon food and culture as you stroll to a series of six stops, which include 10 food tastings and five different drinks, both nonalcoholic and alcoholic. Tastings are a delicious surprise, but some highlights include a restaurant that specializes in pulled pork, a bakery with indulgent chocolate cake, a seafood spot, and local markets.
Take advantage of your time with a local, food-loving guide during the tour. Ask questions about what to eat, drink, and experience while visiting Lisbon, the vibrant heart of the Portuguese food scene.