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An action-packed way to see Lisbon is on two wheels, and Bike Iberia has designed 1 to 2-day off-road guided mountain bike rides that weaves through the city's undulating Monsanto Park before... Read More
An action-packed way to see Lisbon is on two wheels, and Bike Iberia has designed 1 to 2-day off-road guided mountain bike rides that weaves through the city's undulating Monsanto Park before descending into the Restelo district of the Portuguese capital and into Belém, to pass monuments like the Mosteiro do Jerónimos. Whilst in the saddle you can also explore the Tagus riverfront. Alternatively there's a flat, traffic-free paved circuit that takes in Lisbon's waterfront zones. Other rides take in Sintra and Cascais. Several different rental options are available, and Bike Iberia staff can shuttle you and your bike to safe and picturesque locations. And it's not just Lisbon waiting to be discovered. The company can offer themed rides in the Algarve, Alentejo and even Spain.
- Outdoor Activities: "The best introduction to Lisbon on two wheels is the guided tour option, that wheels off every day at 10am from their LisbonHub HQ near Cais do Sodré."
- Best Attractions & Activities: "Riding time is about 3-4 hours, with off road group sizes between 4-12 participants, and 2-12 for on road riding."
- Best for Outdoor Activities Because: Led by a dedicated team of native English-speaking cycling enthusiasts, Bike Iberia has been renting bikes and offering guided tours since 1999.
- Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: A healthy and active way to explore Lisbon, the bike rides take in some of Lisbon's most famous sightseeing attractions.