Had a wonderful afternoon with Filipa of Portuguese For a Day Tours. I saw places in Lisbon I would never have found and tasted wonderful food. Filipa shared the history of the sites as well as a few tips for future exploration. I highly recommend a tour. Fun, informative and tasteful!
Extra Sweet Lisbon Walk
Wander through Charming Streets
Sample Chocolates & Pastries
Experience Lisbon Like a Local
If you think that Pastel de Nata is the only pastry worth trying in Lisbon, think again!! This walking tour will make you fall in love with Portuguese pastries and you will discover a world you didn’t know it existed.
Why You’ll Love This Tour:
Visit unique shops
Sample classic pastries and local innovative sweets
Learn about the history of Portuguese pastries and sweets
This tour is adapted to each season
See Lisbon from a local perspective
Get exclusive access to production processes
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We will meet in one of the main squares in Lisbon city center. Exact location and directions will be emailed with your booking confirmation.
Tuesday – Friday, year-round
Other days available upon request
Shared group tour limited to 6 people
Mandatory to wear a face mask indoors.
This tour is also available as a private tour. Contact us if you prefer a private option.
- Local guide crazy for all things sweet
- 5 sweets/pastries
- 1 coffee
- 1 Port Wine
- 1 Sweet liquor
- Legal insurance in accordance with Portuguese law
- Other extras not mentioned
Good to know
This tour operates rain or shine. We will be walking at least 2km along the streets of Lisbon. Comfortable shoes are recommended, as most of the streets are uneven. Please contact us directly regarding accessibility requests.
Dietary Restrictions/Food Allergies
This tour is not vegan and it includes 2 alcoholic drinks. Any dietary requirements must be noted when booking to allow time to make the necessary arrangements for substitutions (this is subject to our partners’ availability).
About the guide
You will be accompanied by a local guide with impeccable knowledge of Lisbon and the history of Portuguese sweets and pastries. All small group tours are available in English. If you would like your tour in another language, please contact us about a private tour.
Overview of your tour
Portugal has a rich and tasty history for the manufacturing of delicious treats. From Conventual Sweets to Regional Pastries and Cakes, this small country has more pastries than codfish recipes!
During this tour, you will have the chance to learn about this sweet side of Portuguese cuisine, as well as sample some of the best delicacies and try new concepts. This walk will make you uncover the components of Portuguese Pastries.
Throughout the afternoon, we will visit the areas of Rossio, Baixa, Chiado, finishing in Praça Luís de Camões. You will visit iconic shops that opened in the 19th century, as well as new hidden spots. You will have the opportunity to sample treats that arrive daily from different parts of the country, drink our famous Bica, as well as Port Wine and Ginjinha, and even try chocolate made in Portugal.
All the places we stop during this tour are hand-picked to provide the best tasting and cultural experience, as well as maintain the safety of everyone. Itineraries and sample products vary according to season.
Frequently Asked Questions
The meeting point for this tour is at Praça da Figueira. Detailed directions will be emailed along with your booking confirmation.
Yes, of course! Our group tours are a great way to meet like-minded travelers. All of our shared tours require a minimum of 2 people to run; however, we welcome reservations from solo travelers (no need to purchase two tickets!). If there are fewer than two people booked on tour, we will reschedule the tour for another day or offer you a different tour.
Yes, of course you can! We recommend contacting us in advance so that we can make all necessary arrangements.
Have more questions? Check out our FAQ page!
Check out what other tour-goers are saying
What an amazing way to see Lisbon! The tour was super relaxed and I learnt more in a few hours with André and Filipa than I could from weeks of research.