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Sintra: Half-day Guided Tour from Lisbon

Product ID: 209136
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Discover one of the most beautiful towns in Portugal. See palaces, beautiful views and colorful buildings. Learn about this history of this medieval town on a 5-hour guided tour.
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Duration 5 hours
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Experience

Highlights
  • Explore the 19th-century Sintra Town with a local guide
  • Enter the Regaleira Park and discover its gardens, tunnels, fountains and wells
  • Enjoy spectacular views
  • Taste Sintra's traditional pastries
  • Explore the Royal Palace
Full description
Meet your local guide by the Camões Monument in Largo de Camões and take a train to Sintra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Romanticist architecture of this medieval town gives it a fairy tale atmosphere. See the Royal Palace and other highlights in this gorgeous seaside town.

Stop and have a drink at the Moorish Fountain, an elaborately decorated fountain featuring Arab arches and beautiful tile work. Visit the Sintra National Palace, the best-preserved medieval royal residence in Portugal. See the palace’s beautiful rooms as they were when the Portuguese royalty lived there. Admire their ornate decoration and exquisite tile work.

Enter the Regaleria Park and explore its lakes, wells, hidden tunnels and ruins. See the colorful interior of the São Martinho Church. Enjoy gorgeous views of the Atlantic from the church square. Taste a traditional Sintra pastry.
Includes
  • Local guide
  • Entrance to Regaleira Park
What’s Not Included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Transportation costs (5€ for those who don’t already have a travel card)

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Your Half-Day Trip to Sintra starts by the Camões Monument in Praça Luís de Camões

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Important information
Know before you go
• Children under 6 are welcome to join this tour for free
• Unfortunately, this tour is not wheelchair accessible