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Sintra: Monserrate Palace and Park Skip-the-Line Ticket
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Sintra: Monserrate Palace and Park Skip-the-Line Ticket
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Not very far from the historic centre of Sintra is one of the most beautiful architectural and landscape Romantic creations in Portugal: the Park and Palace of Monserrate, unique representatives of 19th century eclecticism.
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Rua Visconde de Monserrate, Sintra 2710-591, Portugal
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Reviewed yesterday

Beautiful palace with pleasant grounds and a well done cafe. Easy parking in the morning, not too crowded and very, very pretty. There is a nice video that gives a face, name and persona to those who lived there. Can't wait until they finish all...More

Thank Robert L
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The grounds around the palace is huge and great to explore. The Mexican gardens was a particular highlight for us. But the palace itself is an empty palace and isn't really that impressive. I can't really recommend the palace but the grounds is highly recommended...More

Thank Naz H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Not the most beautiful castle nor the biggest in Sintra,but worth a visit,for sure.Surrounded by a huge,beautiful park,so you need more than 2 hours if you want to see all.Rehabilitation work in progress in the castle,so I think it will be more interesting after a...More

Thank zuv
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We headed to Sintra very early. Whereas most of people parked in the village and going to Quinta da Regaleira, drove to Montserrate and were the first to enter. Well restaured gardens and palace, a gem of romantic echectic architecture with a mixed style of...More

Thank RJV01
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The building and the park hold an excellent grade in restoration compared for other developments in Portugal. The building is beautifully detailed and a delight to visit. The park with its many styles of countries in flowers, trees and scrubs is very pleasant and a...More

Thank Weekend_traveler_87
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

More relaxing and much interesting than the famous Pena palace. Excellent garden, astonish view inside, one of the most outworked concept. I recommend for everybody !!!

Thank Balázs S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was our first place to visit of our stay at Sintra - we loved it. The gardens are beautiful, and then we explored the beautiful palace and learned about its history. Highly recommend it. Not sure if you are allowed bring a packed lunch...More

Thank Maxine H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Both the interior and exterior were amazingly crafted. Had a touch of Indian and Arabic designs too. Didn't want to leave the palace but had to, due to shortage of time. Best part was the hop on hop off car that made the visit possible...More

Thank Nats123a
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were impressed with stucco works covering every inch of the palace. Really impressive restoration work.

Thank Jux2013
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's a couple of miles outside the town, but easily reached by bus or on foot, but there isn't much parking. We walked there, and took the bus back. It was the only palace we visited that wasn't crowded. The Palace is undergoing renovations, but...More

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Nats123a
5 April 2018|
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Response from dellingermiguel | Reviewed this property |
I know they do have mobility options the only thing not sure about is, if it's only for reduced mobility reasons or anyone.
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leneme
9 January 2018|
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Response from 807shercole | Reviewed this property |
Hi thank you for your question. We used the Bus 417 to Cascais via Estorill - Approx 30mins. There is another bus (not sure of number catch outside of train station) that takes you to Cascais via Cabot De Rocha, this is... More
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leneme
2 January 2018|
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Response from bkcDeuxFois | Reviewed this property |
I suggest you read the other's recommendations. I did not want to rush, so I leisurely left Lisbon by morning metro train knowing of my one choice, perhaps two. But once there decided this one was enough and such great... More
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