A lot of people go to Sintra to see the multi style/coloured Pena Palace, but I absolutely recommend Sintra National Palace. Some of the oldest and most beautiful tiles and ceilings in Portugal. Easy to go to Sintra by train, but if you want to avoid the crowds go early in the morning or later in…
Don't miss this visit ! Two white chimneys visible from far away are towering over an impressively sized kitchen; there are fine examples of telework from several centuries, and the views from the palace over the lands are unique.
The Palacio Nacional Sintra is the best-preserved medieval royal palace in Portugal and was a favourite with the Portuguese nobility. The minimalistic gothic exterior of the palace hides a wonder of decorative state rooms and the national palace is a highly recommended attraction while visiting…
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“Great gardens, beautiful palace, amazing view and please be aware of the queues!”
“This Moorish Castle built in the 8th century is in the romantic playground of Sintra. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and no more than 25 minutes by car. My advise would be to take an Uber taxi to avoid winding, narrow roads and difficult parking. Alternatively bus tours are available or I can recommend a good driver for the day.”
“One of the most beautiful places, just 30 minutes away from Lisbon. In case you take the day to visit Sintra, this is a mandatory stop!”
“Hidden in the woods is this fascinating hobbit-like convent, originally built in 1560 to house friars, who lived in incredibly tight conditions, in small cells with low, narrow doors.”