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  • Experience breathtaking views of Lisbon from atop the Basilica da Estrela. Built in the second half of the 18th century, the basilica has a huge rococo dome where visitors can look out on the sprawling city. Queen Maria I constructed the basilica to give thanks to God for the birth of her son. The interior is covered in polychrome marble and paintings. Her elaborate Empire-style tomb is also inside and decorated with a remarkable baroque nativity scene with over 500 terracotta and cork images. It is Portugal's largest nativity scene and was created by Portuguese sculptor Joaquim Machado de Castro.

  • Enjoy a ride on Tram 28, one of Lisbon’s iconic Remodelado trams, inaugurated in 1914. A quintessential tourist experience, Tram 28 retains many of its original features including polished wood interiors, brass dials, and a cheery yellow exterior. The route passes through many of Lisbon’s historic districts, making it the best way to get a tour of the city. Sights along the Tram 28 route include Basilica da Estrela, Assembleia da República, Praça de Luís de Camões, Rua Augusta, Praça do Comércio, Igreja de Santo Antonio, Sé de Lisboa, Portas do Sol, Mosteiro São Vicente, and Castelo de São Jorge.

  • Explore the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga (National Museum of Ancient Art) in the historic Lapa neighborhood. The museum is located within the 17th-century Palácio Condes de Alvor and houses some of the most important works of art by artists from the Portuguese school. There are also collections of religious sculptures and Portuguese gold and silverware from the Middle Ages to the Baroque period.

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