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The Basílica da Estrela, also known as the Royal Basilica and Convent of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, was built between 1779 and 1789 as the fulfillment of a promise by Queen Maria I, who had vowed to build a church and a convent if she was blessed with children that would continue her family’s line. Visitors can see her tomb as well as the stunning baroque and neoclassical interiors of her basilica, which is also home to a beautiful nativity scene with over 500 figures.
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Lisbon: Romantic Tuk Tuk Tour

See the highlights of Lisbon and enjoy breathtaking views. Ride up and down the city’s hills and visit its old neighborhoods. Explore the city in a fun and easy way by tuk tuk.
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Lisbon: Private Off the Beaten Path Tour with a Local

Learn more about life in Portugal and venture off the beaten track on a guided walking tour of Lisbon. Get an insight into everyday life from a local expert guide.
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Lisbon: Follow the 28 Tram Route by Private Tuk-Tuk

The Tram 28 is the most famous public transportation in Lisbon and it is a kind of journey through time. It’ll take you past the city’s most iconic historical areas, and we think you should definitely do it. Just skip the never-ending queues and crammed trams and book a comfortable private eco-tuk instead!
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Lisbon: 2-Hour of Belém and the Golden Age Tour by a Private Eco Tuk Tuk

Hop on an entirely Private and Eco-friendly Tuk Tuk and let our local Storyteller tell you everything there is to know about the portuguese Age of Discoveries, also known as our Golden Age.Marvel at how the old and the new come together perfectly in Belém and its surrounding areas.The tour will start from the very heart of Lisbon's downtown and head West all the way to Belém.
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General Information

Opening Hours:

The Basilica is open daily from 7.30 am to 8 pm and it is free to enter.


Basílica da Estrela
Praça da Estrela
1200-667 Lisbon

How to get there:

The Basílica da Estrela can be easily reached by taking tram numbers 25 or 28, or bus numbers 720, 738, and 773 to Estrela. The closest metro station is Rato, which is served by the yellow line of the metro and is a 10-minute walk away.
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