Its amazing place and amazing view. I love the place, architecture and more... You might not want to miss this place.
About Sintra National Palace
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Great green forest way from Lisbon, that arrives into a picturesque beautiful village, fun to wonder around the alleys, from one to another and have local cherry liquor, or enjoy the atmosphere. The palace is wealth with pictures, decorated ceiling & furnitures. Once wondering between...More
Not as flashy as Pena, but I could enjoy the rooms and the experience so much more because I wasn't cattle-called in a slow snaking line. Get the audio; notes in each room don't provide much information.
It was very easy to reach by train from Lisbon. Had a great day out. Also visited Moors Castle on the same day which is doable. Lots of little shops, cafes near the station. The Palace itself was reached by a coach. Plenty of opportunities...More
It's not cheap to visit this place, but worth every penny. Even more if you know the money is for preserving this place. The summercastle of the kings of Portugal. Wonderfull places and breathing history. Must-do when in area of Lisboa.
This palace is right in the middle of town and is much less ornate than the Pena Palace. It was interesting to see the different styles of the royal families who built them. It takes less than an hour to walk through. There are fewer...More
Not so striking as the National palace at Queluz but still different enough to warrant a visit especially with the massive twin white chimneys which impart a slightly "dutch" influence on a imposing building which has a vaguely moorish look. Can get real crowded but...More
Amazing day spent in Sentra and back along the coast to Lisbon. Lovely how everything has been restored and the full history has been captured and is valued. Palace of Sintra is beautiful and the kitchen towers stand proudly in the mountains. Drive up to...More
Useful to know combination tickets are available at the tourist centre if you are also interested in visiting Pena, Moorish Castle or Monserrate. We visited Pena the day before National Palace and were honestly now amazed as it is more or less the same. With...More