MON AMI DA OUTRA MARGEM
Cross the bridge on a tuk-tuk to the south bank of the Tejo
The Bridge, which used to carry the name of António de Oliveira Salazar, is now called “25th of April”, signalling the 1974 Revolution.
The Sanctuary of Christ the King is a monument from 1959 that imposes itself on the landscape, its arms wide open, celebrating peace.
The climb or pilgrimage will take you to a viewpoint where you will be able to see all the Tejo estuary. We then go down to Cais do Ginjal to catch the boat that will take us back to Lisbon – led by dolphins, if we’re lucky!
Why a Tuk Tuk ride?
Goes where a car cannot reach
We created an experience that we identify with, merging the local eye interpretation with the touristic preferences.
Our intention is the make your staying in Lisbon as pleasant as it can be, helping you to discover the complexity of this beautiful and rich city and marking sure that the information we provide during the tour will be helpful during your entire holiday.
Our priority is to make sure that you are happy, safe and comfortable through the whole experience.