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Estádio da Luz Tour + Benfica Museum: Fast Track

  • Duration: 2h 30mins
  • Live guide in English, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese
  • Starting time: 10:00
  • Entrance to the stadium
  • Entrance to the Benfica Museum
  • Access to VIP areas
  • Access to the player tunnel and dugouts
  • Access to the visiting team dressing rooms
  • Audio guide (as an app on your smartphone)
  • Guided visit
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Gurtaj,  United States United States
23 Nov 2022
Excellent
Fantastic experience! Got to see everything! The tour guide was nice, she was accommodating! Also, the museum tour was fantastic too again excellent staff! Loved the stadium so much I’ll come back...
Fantastic experience! Got to see everything! The tour guide was nice, she was accommodating! Also, the museum tour was fantastic too again excellent staff! Loved the stadium so much I’ll come back to Lisbon to actually watch a game next time :)
Luz Stadium Tour + Museum Benfica: Fast Track
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Mara,  Italy Italy
04 Jan 2022
Excellent
Everything was perfect. Thiago, our guide, very professional and skilled. Very nice and kind person. The stadium us really amazing and the museum very interesting. Really worthwhile!
Luz Stadium Tour + Museum Benfica: Fast Track
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Charles,  Ireland Ireland
20 Jul 2022
Excellent
Fantastic experience. I highly recommend this tour to anyone visiting Lisbon, together with a visit to the Benfica museum just beside the stadium. Suitable for a family with or without kids.
Luz Stadium Tour + Museum Benfica: Fast Track

About: Estádio da Luz

Estádio da Luz, located in Lisbon, is the center for Portugal's passion for football and home to the S.L. Benfica - one of the most popular football clubs in Lisbon and Portugal.

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Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
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Estádio da Luz
Av. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira, 1500-313, Lisbon
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