Embark Location: Cais Ribeira das Naus (Praça Europa, Cais do Sodré) Disembark Location: Cais Ribeira das Naus (Praça Europa, Cais do Sodré) Number of Persons:
Up to 150 Location: Lisbon Boat(s) (see photos below): Barco Evora
90 minutes sunset cruise at Tagus River on a Historic Boat
1 drink per person (wine, beer, tea, coffee or juice)
Live Guide tour
Ticket Prices (includes 10% discount online):
Free for children up to 12 years old! (provided accompanied by parents or grandparents)
Normal ticket (18 to 64 years old): 22,5€ per person
Senior Ticket (more than 65 years old): 18€ per person
Youth ticket (13 to 17 years old): 11,50€ per person
Regular Departures: every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 18h10*, 17h10**, 16h10***
* on cruises in september
** on cruises in october
*** on cruises in november and december
A complete cruise with live guide in the “Lord of the Tagus River”!
There are many boat trips to see Lisbon at Sunset … But there is only one Barco Evora.
Barco Evora is a historic ship built in 1931 with recycled tank plates from World War I. It was the first diesel ship in Portugal and served the Portuguese people for more than 50 years connecting the river between Lisbon and the south bank. Between 2014 and 2017 it has been totally refurbished to become the charm ship it is today.
Barco Evora has a large outdoor terrace with a large bar on the upper deck and the downstairs has an executive room which was the former first class, a kitchen, 4 bathrooms and a large panoramic lounge that guarantees maximum confort even on colder days.
Every cruise on the Barco Evora is a trip to the past!
Route: Cais do Sodré – Bridge 25 de Abril – MAAT – Padrão dos Descobrimentos – Belém Tower – Cristo-Rei – Cacilhas – Santa Apolónia – Terreiro do Paço – Cais do Sodré
Location of Cais Ribeira das Naus:
What to expect:
During 90 minutes, you will see the view of Lisbon from the Tagus. During this period, you will see our stunning sunset and the beautiful lights of the city.
The tour begins at Cais do Sodré, where the caravels were built and discovered Brazil and the sea route to India!
From Cais Sodré, the historic Evora Boat goes to the mouth of the river Tagus, to see the most beautiful monuments dedicated to the triumphal period of the Discoveries: Jeronimos Monastery, Monument to the Discoveries and the Tower of Belém. beautiful photos of the MAAT, Cristo Rei, Ponte 25 de Abril until you reach one of the most beautiful squares in the world: Praça do Comércio, also known as Terreiro do Paço, for being the site of the palace of the kings of Portugal for about 2 centuries . From Terreiro do Paço, it is possible to see all of Lisbon’s old quarter, with the Castle of São Jorge, the Lisbon Cathedral built in 1147, the historical districts such as Alfama, Mouraria and Graça, as well as the Church of Santa Engrácia converted in the 19th century in the National Pantheon, where Portuguese figures such as Amália Rodrigues, João de Deus and Eusebio are buried.
Barco Evora is a historic ship consisting of a large outdoor deck and a comfortable indoor deck that ensures the best conditions for cruises and events throughout the year.
Bar available for consumption - reference price: beer 3 € / gin Tankeray 6 €
It is not allowed to enter food or drink from abroad.
We recommend that you arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled time for check-in at Cais Ribeira das Naus.
The Barco Evora entrance is accessible to people with reduced mobility. However we warn that the bathrooms are on the lower deck with stairway access only.
Pets are allowed on condition that they are trapped on the stern covered outdoor deck.
In case of cancellation:
More than 15 days from the date: total refound
From 2 days to 14 days from date: 50% payment of total amount
Less than 2 business days: Full amount payment
Due to lack of safety conditions due to weather or vessel: full refound
Conditions for new dates and exclusivity:
Thursdays and Fridays: Exclusivity with minimum purchase of 70 tickets (€ 1,750).
Saturdays and Sundays: Exclusivity with minimum purchase of 100 tickets (€ 2,500).