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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.
Sintra, known as the capital of Romanticism, stands out as one of Portugal’s most picturesque and stunning towns. The monuments boast grand architecture that is brimming with stories and intriguing mysteries. The lush gardens, century-old trees, and ancient palaces create a truly unique and captivating environment.
In addition to exploring Sintra’s charms, this tour offers the opportunity to visit the mysterious Sintra Mountains, the westernmost point in continental Europe, Guincho’s stunning sand dunes, as well as the coastal towns of Cascais. This is an absolute must-do when visiting Portugal!
Start your day by visiting the beautiful and historic town of Sintra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll through the picturesque streets, admire the Sintra National Palace, and discover the fountains, churches, chapels, and shrines that adorn the town.
Next, head to the Pena Palace, one of the best examples of Romanticism from the 19th century. Admire the mix of architectural styles in the interior and exterior, and make sure to have your camera ready to capture the stunning landscape surrounding the palace.
Afterwards, take a break in Colares at the Adega Regional de Colares cellars and enjoy a tasting of the best regional wines.
Continue your journey to Cabo da Roca, the most westerly point of continental Europe. Take in the breathtaking views of the beaches and sea from the cliff tops, and admire the stunning towns of Estoril and Cascais from the road near the coast.
Finally, conclude your trip with a visit to the charming coastal town of Cascais. Originally a fishing village, Cascais now attracts elite travelers who come to indulge in its stylish boutiques, restaurants, hotels, and beaches. Relax as your driver transports you back to Lisbon.
We suggest bringing comfortable clothing, sunglasses, a hat and your camera.