The Wonders of Sintra Tour is full-day tour that will pass by Sintra, Cabo da Roca, Cascais and Estoril. The tour will start at the medieval village of Sintra where you’ll have the opportunity to visit one of many 19th century palaces, built by the Royal family. You’ll also have free time at the village to taste the famous pastries: Queijadas of Sintra and Travesseiros. During the afternoon your tour guide will drive through the Natural Park of Sintra to Cabo da Roca, the westernmost site of Continental Europe. On your drive back to Lisbon, we will take the coastal road passing by the Guincho beach, Cascais and Estoril.
Our tours are always private (just you and our guide/driver).
The tour highlights recommend some places to visit, however, there are others that may interest you, so we list some of them on ‘optional visits and experiences’. Our main goal is to provide you an unforgettable day therefore we have the flexibility to customize the itinerary according your preferences and tour length.
Our local guide will pick you up at your hotel, airport, cruise terminal or other meeting point.
Our guide/driver will drive you during your tour, sharing stories and curiosities about the places you’ll visit as well as its historic context. Since our guide is also the driver, and in order to provide you great tour, it’s possible that the guide won’t always join you on your visits to the inside of the monuments. Find out why.
A charming village, located in a Natural Park with castles and grand mansions used as summer houses for the Portuguese royalty. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site and owing to its beauty is one of the most visited sites in Portugal.
While walking through the historical centre, you’ll find yourself surrounded by old houses that have been converted into small shops and bakeries, selling local products, regional pastries and handicrafts.
The Park is located on the western side of the municipality and it holds more than 200 species of vertebrates: 33 mammal species, more than 160 bird species, 12 amphibian species, 20 reptilian species and 9 sweet water fish species.
A summer palace constructed in the 19th Century by King consort Ferdinand II of Portugal. He turned a 16th Century monastery ruins into one of the most eclectic palaces in Europe by blending different types of Gothic, Egyptian, Moorish and Renaissance elements to it. Around the palace he created a park where he planted different exotic species of trees from all over the world. An astonishing fairytale palace located on one of the highest peaks of the Sintra mountain range.
Considered the most western point of continental Europe, it’s located on a cliff with more than 140 meters of height offering you with amazing views.
It’s one of the most beautiful beach of the region of Lisbon and the place of a James Bond movie: ‘On her majesty’s Secret Service’.
Cascais is a former fishing village, which has been able to maintain traditions through the centuries, by combining them with the aristocratic life.
Road along the Atlantic Ocean, with sand beaches and 17th century Forts.
Frequented by European royal families and celebrities it has an undeniable charm with its luxury hotels and iconic casino.
Considered the oldest palace in Sintra and one of the most popular monument due to its iconic double chimneys. It was remodeled by many kings over the centuries giving it its current appearance.
The Palace of Monserrate is an example of the 19th century eclecticism. The Palace combines gothic, Indian and Moorish influences paired with exotic plant motifs which are extended to the exterior. The gardens have species from all over the world, which were planted according to their geographical origin.
One of the most surprising and mysterious of all Sintra’s monuments. A magical place located on the outskirts of the village. It was built in the first years of the 20th century, by Carvalho Monteiro a man with a vast culture and a great philanthropist.
The Moors Castle is a fortification built with granite blocks in the 10th century after the Muslim conquest of the Iberian Peninsula. The outer wall has a pathway from which you can admire a beautiful view to the village, the National Palace of Sintra, the Pena Palace, the natural park and the Atlantic Ocean.
A tourism highlight, with a divine landscape, especially when the sea is rough, and where you can enjoy magnificent sunsets.
Launching point for the Portuguese discoveries, with significant historic monuments in a beautiful open riverside setting.
Here you can see the Belém Tower, the Discoveries Monument, visit the church of the Jerónimos Monastery and taste the world-famous custard tarts of Belém.
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Discover the magical village of Sintra and visit the most emblematic sites of Lisbon
The magnificent historic town of Sintra and its surroundings on a half-day tour!
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