Worth using this to go up to and down from Bairro Alto, ypur Lisboa card or day travel pass is valid. Only slight downside is they do absolutely pack it gill, which means sometimes you can't see too well.
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I'm not sure why this comes up as a restaurant. It is not a restaurant, it is a mode of transportation. All of the funiculars in Lisbon are fun to ride, especially if it is off-season and you don't have to crowd in like sardines....More
I wouldn't make a special trip just to go for a ride, but if you're there go for it. at the top is a street with loads of good cheap eats.
I don't know why this is listed under "Restaurants." I took a short funicular ride to the Sao Roque Church. It rumbled and rattled along a steep street very close to the buildings. I was able to use my Zap card for about 1.40 euros...More
The distance travelled is not great but on foot the hill is very steep and the 5 Euro cost can be reduced by buying an all day public transport pass for around 9 euros. It is great fun to travel on such an old tram...More
Tricky to find but what a glory to find. Tucked away behind what appears to be a slightly open door is this cheeky and fun looking vehicle. Take it up the Da Bica to the top. Very friendly driver too 🙂
This funicular (elevador da Bica) is one of 4 that one can find in Lisbon. These are as traditional as can be. But nowadays are mostrly used by tourists. It's a very nice way to go from the river side Cais do Sodré to the...More
This attraction whilst a worthy piece of Portuguese history is vastly over priced and over crowded. It is manned by two nasty little men who on our visit tried to overcrowd the vehicle and then when we along with other people refused to get on...More
stupidly expensive! Here is the trick: buy a 24 hour pass in the metro station, it'll cost you 6E plus a 50 cent fee, its good from the first time you validate it. ride the 28 out to one end and back to the other,...More