Sintra Afternoon Tour: National Palace, Roca Cape, Cascais and Estoril

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Introduction

This afternoon visit to Sintra has it all:

Visit the National Palace, the Cape Roca* and observe Cascais and Estoril in a panoramic stroll.

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   Daily    5 hours
Highlights

Be amazed by Sintra National Palace - former Palace of the Portuguese Royal Family until 1910

 

Fall in love with the historic center of Sintra, classified as World Heritage 

 

Explore the Roca Cape* - the westernmost point of Continental Europe

 

Get to know Guincho Beach, which is a surfer's paradise, and Hell's Mouth 

 

Observe Cascais and Estoril (panoramic), known for its amazing climate and connections to the sun and the beach

Key details

LANGUAGE

English, Spanish, German and Portuguese

DURATION

Approximately 5 Hours

PICK UP AND DROP OFF

Hotel pick-up at selected central Hotels in Lisbon - under request (Pick ups before the beginning of the tour)

Hotels in Estoril and Cascais – 8€ per person

Drop off in Lisbon’s city center

SCHEDULE

Daily at 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Full description

The Sintra National Palace, situated in the historical center of the village, is one of the most important monuments of the town, by its architectural and artistic historical value.

Built in the middle ages, the former Royal Palace keeps its essence well preserved to this day, being a very well known on a tourist and cultural level. It has different architectural styles: medieval, Gothic, Manueline, Renaissance and romantic.

The Sintra National Palace was home of the Portuguese royal family almost to the end of the Portuguese Monarchy in 1910.

After this visit, we will go to the historic center of Sintra, to explore the narrow streets, full of history and regional stores.

We will pass in the Roca Cape* - the westernmost point of Continental Europe, on the Atlantic Ocean. The Cabo da Roca was even described by the most famous Portuguese writer, Luís Vaz de Camões, in his epic poem "Os Lusíadas" (in English: “The Lusiads”), as the place "where the land ends and the sea begins". Then, there is also a lighthouse, a stone monument, and a tourist shop.  

We will return to Lisbon through Cascais, a village known for its closeness and intrinsic connection to the sea and the ocean. There is the Guincho Beach, a popular beach for surf, kitesurf and windsurf fans.

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Included

  • Transport
  • Guided Tour
  • National Palace: ticket and guided visit
  • Pick-up at selected hotels in central Lisbon (under request)

Excluded

  • Hotel Drop Off
  • Food, Drinks (unless specified)
  • Personal Expenses
  • Gratuities

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Additional info

Nearest town

Nearest Airport

Reviews

Sintra Palace
Visited in the afternoon and the palace is just amazing. Sintra is a really picturesque town and the atmosphere is magic. Cascais is beautiful. It was great!
Lewis K.
Enchanted place
The perfect afternoon. although we would love to have more time in Sintra, the tour was lovely and the village is just magic and the palace is breath-taking. Thank you to webchat support for solving the payment issues so quickly! Five stars!
Antonia Miles
Wunderschön
Sintra ist ein wunderschöner Ort. Die Tour war wunderbar. Danke!
Greta Hannes
Sintra afternoon
Amazing tour with great service.
John Macy
Around Lisbon
A great tour to visit Sintra and around. We depart from Lisbon on a comfortable bus and we manage to visit the National Palace, and the cities near the sea, Cascais and Estoril which seemed very nice places to live. A good afternoon.
Daisy

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