Visit top attractions in the Sintra area on a guided tour from Lisbon. Select a half-day or full-day option and visit places like Queluz Palace, Castle of the Moors and a seaside village.
- Priced per Person
- Group of 1-4 People Ages 18+
- Group of 5-14 People Ages 18+
- Child Ages 7-17
- Infant Ages 6 & Under
Don’t miss this must-do tour!
Sintra, the capital of Romanticism, is one of the most picturesque and beautiful towns in Portugal. The monuments feature grand architecture full of stories and unraveling mysteries. Gardens, centenary trees and ancient palaces in a truly unique environment await you.
On this Sintra tour, you can also visit the mysterious Sintra Mountains, the westernmost point in continental Europe, Guincho’s dunes, Cascais and Estoril. This is a must-do when in Portugal!
- Pena Palace
- Moorish Castle
- Sintra Village
- Guincho Beach
- Roca cape
- Cascais village
- Free pick-up and drop-off in Lisbon, Sintra, Cascais in a range of 30km
- Extra charge of €20 if outside
- Bottled water
- Pick-up and drop-off
- Private tour
- Guide inside monuments
- Entrance to monuments
- Any private expenses
Visit the beautiful and historic town of Sintra, a UNESCO world heritage site. Discover the picturesque streets, the Sintra National Palace, the fountains, the churches, chapels, and shrines.
Climb to the Moorish Castle where the construction of the first sections of its wall dates from the 8th and 9th centuries. From the castle, you can enjoy a fantastic view of the whole region. It can’t be missed!
The next stop is the Pena Palace where you can admire a mix of architectural styles at the exterior. The Pena Palace is one of the best examples of Romanticism from the 19th century. Make sure to have your camera ready to capture the fantastic landscape surrounding the palace.
Cabo da Roca
Next, discover the most westerly point of continental Europe. From the cliff tops, enjoy the fantastic view of the beaches and the sea. From the road near the coast, you can gaze at the beaches and the beautiful towns of Estoril and Cascais.
A stop in Colares in the cellars of Adega regional de Colares for a tasting of the best regional wines.
Guincho Beach – known for its favorable surfing conditions. This is a popular beach for surfing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing.
And of course, we can’t leave without visiting the charming town of Cascais. This former fishing village used to be a royal getaway. Nowadays it still is one of the most attractive destinations for the Portuguese and foreign elite thanks to all that it has to offer: boutiques, restaurants, hotels, beaches and much more.
We suggest bringing comfortable clothing, sunglasses, a hat and your camera.