Tours

SINTRA

REGALEIRA (GUIDED VISIT) + ROCA CAPE + CASCAIS

Sintra

Sintra is a true glorious Garden of Eden, as the famous British poet Lord Byron once called it. Discover this paradise just outside Lisbon and why people like Hans Christian Andersen and Gloria Swanson were delighted with the magic and mystique that emanate from the palaces, villas and estates of this charming village. Visit the Sintra National Palace, the best preserved medieval palace in the country, the Pena National Palace and its profusion of exotic and eclectic styles, united in a perfect masterpiece of architectural Romanticism.

Fall in love with the romantic Quinta da Regaleira, surrounded by beautiful gardens, lakes and caves concealing mysterious meanings from Masonry and Templar Orders. We’ll continue our journey towards Cabo da Roca (Roca Cape), the westernmost extent of mainland Portugal and continental Europe, but also the Guincho beach, the towns of Cascais and Estoril (and its famous Casino) a stunning coastline dubbed as the ‘Portuguese Riviera’.

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Image Gallery

  • Cascais Bay
    Cascais Bay
  • Cabo da Roca
    Cabo da Roca
  • Travesseiro de Sintra
    Travesseiro de Sintra
  • Palácio de Sintra
    Palácio de Sintra
  • Regaleira Palace caves
    Regaleira Palace caves
  • Regaleira Palace garden
    Regaleira Palace garden
  • Regaleira Palace
    Regaleira Palace

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