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Reviewed yesterday

When on our regular 'father and son' city breaks, we always make a point of visiting the nearest big stadium. It started off as something to keep the boy interested, and it's become something of a regular 'must-do' habit thing. So when in Lisbon, go see Benfica's ground. Like most stadiums of this size, it's very impressive inside and out, and the stadium tour (though much the same as all the others we've done) was still interesting. The museum is extra, but well worth the couple of euros it costs. The shop was good (though on the same massive scale as, say, Barcelona) but it wasn't cheap. 100 euros for a team shirt is a bit steep.
We weren't really able to get any good outside shots of the ground, as it seems to be hiding amongst the trees, but inside is okay. We also went to Sporting Lisbon's ground (they were playing at home while we there), and although they were similar in size, Sporting's seemed a bit more fan-based and scruffy round the edges, whereas Benfica is clearly more corporate and polished. You pays your money, etc....

Thank tforturton
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The tour is in depth, staff are polite & professional. It incorporates modern touches with virtual reality and a personalised video to keep!
& is a must for any football fan. Combined with the museum we spent a most enjoyable 3 hours there!

Thank Carl D
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I arrived by metro in the closest metro station near the stadium, but was almost unable to actually reach the entrance. Only because a gate near a parking lot was left open unintentionally, I was able to reach the entrance. I came unprepared for a stadium tour, but the guy at the reception desk was not very communicative and just told me to come back another day...

Thank LucVanBogaert
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Despite having pre-purchased a ticket for the full stadium tour and museum, we were only allowed to visit the museum, because there was a football match taking place 36 hours later, be warned. The museum is full of the artifacts of Benfica and the legendary Eusebio , a very good "moving" short movie and all the exhibits were labelled in English as well as Portuguese, a fascinating insight into the history of this famous European football club

Thank Keith K
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very good stadium, has an excellent stores where you can purchase products related to the club, also there are several field on the side, where you can watch teenagers practicing football (soccer).

Thank mosttravel
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very professional commercial set up, but my highlight was the statue of Eusebio and seeing Benfica juniors training match

Thank rubydafc
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were easily able to get to the stadium by metro (blue line - we got off at Alto dos Moinhos and walked for a few minutes under the road and past the music museum, but Colégio Militar/Luz might be even closer). We bought combined stadium tour and museum tickets, which was good value.

The tour was conducted in Portuguese and English, and took about an hour, with a really knowledgeable and engaging guide. The stadium is really impressive - it's vast, modern and bright. I particularly liked going into the away team changing room and loved the three actual eagles which live in the stadium. There are also scale models and impressive trophies on display, as well as the press room where you can pose for photos as if you're giving a press conference. Finally, you walk out through the 'tunnel' to the edge of pitch and can go and see the eagles up close.

At the end, I was surprised to find the tour had taken an hour, as our interest was held throughout. My family comprised two adults and two teenagers, but there were much younger children there, who also enjoyed themselves.

The museum was very well done, with a lot of very interesting stuff and some great exhibits, including a literally moving cinema experience (you stand on a platform, which goes up and down, surrounded by video screens). All the exhibits were labelled in Portuguese and English. The football fan member of our family absolutely loved the museum and would happily have stayed for a couple more hours. After half an hour or more, the rest of us very much appreciated the comfortable seats. Finally, on the third floor, we enjoyed taking penalties in the large netted area - another excellent, interactive exhibit.

Finally, we stopped in the cafe (which was in the same building as the shop) for a late lunch and tucked into the huge portions, served by friendly and helpful staff. Good value.

Our tickets then entitled us to 10% off in the on-site shop.

Definitely recommended for any football fan, and enjoyable for the rest of the family too. Just check before going because they may not be open if there's a match within a day or two.

Thank P S
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Fantastic stadium. Interesting and informative guided tour. Friendly, personable guides, able to tailor tour to suit needs. I’m not a football fan but it was still a fascinating visit.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great stadium, really save to take small k8ds(5 and 9). Amazing. We went the year before to visit all the stadium and the museum, great day out

Thank Tania P
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Visited today. Did the museum and stadium tour. You can do the museum tour at your own place.
We opted for the guided tour (no extra cost), and the guide we had, Paulo, was very knowledgeable. He even knew about the history of the support (Nottingham Forest), and mentioned it as part of the tour.
He was happy to answer any questions we all had and also offered to take photos for us. He did the tour in Portuguese and English. Tour took around 45 minutes.

A must visit for any football fans visiting Lisbon.. modern, awesome stadium.
The food in the cafe was very reasonable in price, generous portions and tasty too.

Thank Expedition549755
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