Lisbon: Sintra Day Tour Including Pena Palace

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Tour Information

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  • Duration: 8 Hrs
  • Departure Time :
    We meet at 09:00 am at the Rossio Station in Lisbon
  • Departure Details :
    Rossio Train Station in Lİsbon
  • Cancellation Policy :
    Cancel up to 2 days in advance for a full refund


Join Sintra day trip by train from Lisbon's famous Rossio Station.Enjoy the intimacy of a small group walking tour of max 8 peopleDiscoverUNESCO World heritage site of romantic charm in 8 hoursSavour Pena Palace and its importance in the history of LisbonSee best-preserved medieval royal residences with a specialist guide

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Join our Sintra Lisbon tour to discover Portugals most magical town!

Sintra is a beautiful and historic village sprawling around the lower end of a small mountain range. It is surrounded by woods and covered in palaces that have classified the area as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also easy and convenient to find, located less than an hour from Lisbon on a train.

Perhaps the most popular reason why our clients take the Sintra Lisbon tour is to see the many palaces and manor estates that have given the town its fairytale reputation, with the 19th-century Pena Palace easily being the most romantic of the bunch. Sitting at the top of one of the highestmountains, the Pena Palace offers some of the best views in Sintra, and the gardens and woods around the estate add to the beauty on-site.

Other estates that add to Sintras romantic reputation are the historically important Sintra National Palace.The Palace was built in the 14th century in the first phase and then in the 16th century as a second phase. This is the oldest National Palace in Portugal and also has some of the oldest tiles we can find in Portugal with Moorish tiles from the 16th century.

The mysterious Quinta da Regaleira is another well-visited landmark, perhaps as equally sought out as the Pena and Sintra Palaces. Built in the 20th century, the Gothic main house catches the eyes of passers byfrom the street but the real show-stoppers are the towers, wells, and tunnels. Numerous stories and legends have popped up around this estate, suggesting that it was once the secret meeting place for rituals.

Quinta da Regaleira was built in Neo -Manuelin Style. The Manuelin style was an architectural style from the reign of King Manuel in the 16th century. The best example of this Architecture is Jeronimos Monastery. In the late 19th century and early 20th ( during the Romantic Period in Portugal) there was architectural revival this is when is the Neo ( Neo Manuelin , Neo Gothic, etc). And this is when people will build their mansions in Sintra. Both Regaleira and Rossio Train station are built in Neo Manuelin Style.

Because our guide is a historian, well connect the decoration of Quinta da Regaleira with the larger context of European history.

Downtown Sintra is full of charming cafs and restaurants, many of which offer outdoor terrace seating. Your guide will organise lunch in one of her favourite spots as part of the Sintra Lisbon tour.

There are many small sites to discover as you walk and your guide will point out all you need to see. Your Sintra Lisbon tour will endwith enough time to discover Pena Palace. We'll get to Pena Palace on a taxi from downtown Sintra and have skip the lines access to the palace.
The last hours of the tour will be spent in Pena Palace before you he'd to the train statin back to Lisbon.


  • Entrance fees
  • Professional art historian guide
  • Small-group tour
  • Walking tour
  • Guaranteed to skip the long lines
  • Train tickets from Lisbon to Sintra and back.
  • Taxi ride to visit Pena Palace


  • Food and drinks
  • Transportation to/fromRossio Train Station where the tour starts and ends.

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Children must be accompanied by an adult

A moderate amount of walking is involved

Not wheelchair accessible

Expect long lines and crowds in high season