Sintra, Cascais & Estoril Tour

from 37€*

 

Sintra is a district known by the mysticism and romanticism in which it is surrounded. Elected as a summer destination for the Portuguese royal family, this territory has a vast sort of palaces, mansions, cottages, convents, churches, chapels and shrines, as well as natural parks rich in fauna and flora species, forests and walls witch surround some village properties. Here you can also find a variety of art and culture exhibitions that can be found in different museums of Sintra. The homecoming is made by the Town of Cascais and Marginal Avenue.

 

Itinerary:

 

 

Sintra's village

  • The village of Sintra is characterized by the trading of convent pastry, local and artisanal products, in small shops that were created from old residential space. In the center of the village is the emblematic pastry house "Piriquita", where you can eat the beloved queijadas and travesseiros de Sintra, as well the oldest hotel in the Iberian Peninsula, Lawrence's.

 

Park and Palace of Pena

  • It is distinguished by the beauty and magnificence emanating from one of the largest rocky tops of the Sintra hills. The Pena Palace is part of the Cultural Landscape of Sintra, has been classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 1995. From the Palace surrounding area you can admire Sintra’s mountain range and the typical mansions from XIX century.

 

Cabo da Roca

  • Located in the Natural Park of Sintra-Cascais this is one of the major points of interest for being the most westernmost point of continental Europe. Cabo da Roca is a point of great tourist influx, where it is possible to admire a great lighthouse surrounded by a fantastic landscape of the mountains and the sea.

 

Praia do Guincho

  • This beach was famously featured in the pre-titles sequence of the James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service, wherein James Bond rescues Contessa Teresa de Vicenzo from a suicide attempt and foils off two attackers in the surf; the beach still looks as it did in 1969.

 

Boca do Inferno

  • Boca do Inferno (Portuguese for Hell's Mouth) is a chasm located in the seaside cliffs close to the Portuguese city of Cascais, in the District of Lisbon. The seawater has access to the deep bottom of the chasm and vigorously strikes its rocky walls, making it a popular tourist attraction.

 

Cascais

  • The town of Cascais is from the late nineteenth century, one of the Portuguese tourist destinations most appreciated by domestic and foreign, since the visitor can enjoy a mild climate, beaches, landscapes, varied hotel and gastronomic offer.

DURATION OF THE  TOUR : 8H

PICKUP TIME: 09H:00

PICKUP LOCATION: HOTEL OR APARTAMENT IN LISBON

INCLUDED: 

  • Queijada de Sintra (typical sweet)
  • Bottled water
  • Internet Wi-fi

NOT INCLUDED: lunch, entrances on monuments and museums

  • SPECIAL PRICES

    • Family with childs

    • Couple

    • +65

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