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Complete the Lisbon trip with this day trip, travelling to Sintra, Cascais and visiting the Quinta Regaleira , discover our best tour in Portugal.
Wander through a fairy tale landscape, lose yourself in the charming atmosphere of Sintra - Cascais and complete your journey visiting the city where Lord Byron felt in love.
Departure at 09:30 am from the centre of Lisbon, and transfer to the magic area of Sintra and Quinta da Regaleira. Enjoy one of the most fascinating romantic palace in the world with an English-speaking guide, and discover why it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995. It is said it would be a pity not to make a visit to Sintra if you are in Lisbon.
Our guides will recommend you some exclusive Portuguese pastry shops, where you will find the best Queijadas da Sapa, and pop into some legendary artisan and manufacture cork shops.
What are we going to visit in Sintra, Cascais and Quinta da Regaleira?
Sintra is a wonderful town on the slope of a mountain. Walking through the labyrinthine streets of Sintra you can find the Neolithic in Tholos do Monge, you can enjoy the Moorish castle or the Capuchin Convent. Another particular place is Parque da Pena, an exotic place. Don’t forget the National Palace!
Discover the fabulous Town Hall and the historical Municipality Chamber and admire Sintra Palace while you listen the best stories.
It is a medieval residence with several secret symbols related to Gothic, Renaissance and Romanesque style. It is 4 hectares wide, with huge gardens, lakes, grottos and historical buildings.
In 1755 it was destroyed by the earthquake and lost its Gothic style, replaced by a Renaissance appearance.
Our guide will explain to you the breathtaking histories behind the scenes!
It is an example of neo-manueline architecture of the XX century. It is composed by a main house, towers, gardens, a labyrinth of paths on a steep hillside with flowers, lakes, fountains, terraces and statues. Masonic themes and symbols are distinguished throughout all the area.
A smaller well, called the “Unfinished Well,” contains a set of straight staircases, connecting the ring-shaped floors to one another. It is believed that the spacing of the landings, as well as the number of steps in between were dictated by Masonic principles and by the Knights Templars.
You will have free time for lunch after the guided tour to explore the place as you please. Taste some exclusive Lisbon pastry shops, where you will find the typical Portuguese pasteis de nata, and pop into some legendary beaches. We are sure that you will not forget this experience.
Our day trip is the best combination of the market, since you will save time on transportation.
At Rossio Square (Dom Pedro IV Square) next to the fountain in front of the National Theater.
Look for our guides, with the English flag in a black umbrella. You will also see the logo of Buendía Tours
9:30 h - Check our calendar to know the avaliable dates