Tickets for Pena Palace in Sintra: Roundtrip from Lisbon
Visit a fairytale castle perched atop a hill
- Enjoy an afternoon of enchantment in the foothills of the Sintra Mountains, with dewy forests, ancient palaces, and a UNESCO World Heritage-protected city center
- Pena Park was planted, at the request of King Ferdinand II, with over 500 different species of trees
- The views from the Pena Palace over the Atlantic are sublime. It may just get you into the Romanticist spirit (that's what happened to the architects here!)
You'll depart from Lisbon on a bus and travel back in time to the fairytale sanctuary of Sintra. The 19th-century Pena Palace is a Romanticist castle that once served as the summer residence of the Portuguese Royal Family.
Lisbon is a beautiful and charming city. And yet, a visit to this part of the world that doesn't take in Sintra and the Pena Park and Palace will leave you wanting. This daytrip from Lisbon gets you to beautiful Sintra, along the Portuguese Riviera.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is deservedly popular with tourists. Its center is full of pastel-hued buildings, its squares populated with whimsical fountains. And above it all, like a beacon, sits the Pena Palace.
Nestled in a 200-hectare park, this brightly colored palace offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, and Sintra below. With clear influences of Moorish architecture, and repainted to its original bold colors at the end of the 20th century, it's bursting with warmth and whimsy.
At the end of your afternoon excursion, you'll head back to Lisbon full of saudade, that uniquely Portuguese feeling of longing and nostalgia.
- Roundtrip transport to Sintra in an air-conditioned coach
- Entrance to Pena Palace and Park
- Multilingual tour guide
- Guide inside the monuments
- Food and drinks
Show your smartphone ticket as you enter the bus.
Pick-up at the Hard Rock Cafe, Avenida da Liberdade 2. Make sure to be there 15 minutes before. Departure is at 14:00.
Me hubiera gustado poder estar más tiempo en sintra, recorriendo más los terrenos del palacio da pena.