Tickets for Day Trip to Sintra, Cascais and Estoril
Mysterious caves, cliffs, palaces and more
- Skip the line to the Pena Palace and check out the mysterious caves in Pena Park
- Visit the fairytale palaces and gardens of Sintra, the finest of Portuguese Romanticism
- Take some great photos at the Roca Cape cliffs, the western-most point of Europe, and see the surfing beaches of Cascais
Explore the best of Portugal the easy way with a day trip by coach to several beautiful highlights. Uncover hidden caves and trails in the pretty Pena Park. Have lunch in the fairy tale-esque UNESCO World Heritage Site Sintra, visit the westernmost point of Europe - the Roca Cape Cliffs - and walk through the glamorous town of Cascais!
You'll feel like you're in a fairy tale for most of the day on this guided trip to several magical Portuguese highlights. Leaving Lisbon you'll head to Pena Park, where you'll make your way along emerald green trails to hidden caves and lookout points.
Stop for lunch in old Sintra and explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site, once a royal sanctuary. Dewy forests, dazzling sculptures and the 19th-century Pena National Palace on the hilltop will all enchant you with the charm of a Portuguese prince, as will the palace's whimsical turrets and pastel colors. Oh, and what about those sweeping views?
Heading onwards, take a few thousand photos on the Roca Cape Cliffs, the westernmost point of Europe, known as the point “where the earth ends and the sea begins”.
Take a look around Cascais with its surfing beaches and bright blue sea, then drive along the coast back to Lisbon, passing the stylish, trendy beach resort of Estoril and the Casino on the way.
It's a taste of Portugal you'll remember long after the Alentejano pork and caldo verde have been digested.
- Tour in an air-conditioned motor coach
- Entrance to Pena Palace and Pena Park
- Multilingual tour guide
- Tour guide inside the monuments
- Food and beverages
Show your smartphone ticket as you board the bus.
Metro: Blue line, get off at Restauradores, or green line to Rossio.
Make sure to wear comfortable shoes, as a fair bit of walking is involved.