Lisbon is well known for its nightlife, restaurants, Museums, monuments and trams. What's often overlooked are the captivating elements of Lisbon that delight family members of any age. The colourful streets are full of urban entertainers. There's an abundance of cake shops and ice cream parlours to recharge energies. MADABOUTLISBON.COM is your friendly knowledgeable guide to the best family-friendly attractions and activities.
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Take a three-hour private tour in a tuk-tuk. Sit back and relax as you're effortlessly transported to many of the city’s highlights. Hotel pick-up and drop-off are included.
|Book Online ►||There are also some good Hop-On Hop-Off tour bus options available in Lisbon. Citysightseeing is a well known and trusted global brand. There are several tour options in Lisbon, including 24 and 48-hour tickets.|
|Book Online ►||Yellow Bus is a Portuguese tour company owned by Carris and operate in the top cities of the country. They provide a broad range of tours in Lisbon.|
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Hippotrip amphibious bus|
One quirky way to see Lisbon is on the Hippotrip amphibious bus which is a guaranteed fun trip to Belém. The Hippotrip starts at the Doca de Santo Amaro in the Alcântara district and heads off to the Praça do Comércio and Jardim da Estrela before heading off to Belém and its famous monuments.
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Hop-on Hop-off Bus, Boat & Tramcar|
If you really want to be a savvy traveller, you can buy a combination ticket. It comprises of a Hop-On Hop-Off option on the Red Tramcar as well as a the Yellowbus and Yellowboat services.
With this entrance ticket you can gain entry to the Lisbon Oceanarium (Oceanário de Lisboa) at your leisure. Book with confidence with FREE CANCELLATION. Buy online before you arrive to avoid queues and have the convenience of the e-ticket on your phone…
Lisbon's famous oceanarium is Europe's second-largest aquarium and is a popular attraction with plenty of appeal for both youngsters and oldies alike. The air is alive with the sounds of children's whoops and nervous laughter as large fish, a huge surprised looking sunfish and sharks come right up to the glass. Laughter is guaranteed when watching two sea-otters lay on their backs, rubbing their paws together with a serene smile on their faces. The oceanarium aims to be both educational and entertaining. A day out to the oceanarium makes the perfect choice if the weather outside is too hot or too wet.
October to April, Daily: 10h00 - 19h00, (last admission at 18h00)
May to September, Tuesday to Sunday: 10h00 - 20h00, (last admission at 19h00)
Adult: €15.00, Concessionary: €10.00, Infant 0-3 FREE. Lisbon Card: 15%
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Alfa Pendular and Intercity trains, inter-regional and regional trains (connections to the North and South of Portugal are available), and the Azambuja line (Lisbon-Azambuja)
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