Sintra, Cascais and Queluz Palace: Discover the beauties of Portugal!
Start your tour with a visit to the magnificent Queluz Palace, a mixture of baroque, rococo and neo-classicism that resulted in one of Europe’s most beautiful palaces.
From Queluz, we will leave to Moon’s Mountain, the famous Sintra village, World Heritage Site. Visit the charming Pena Palace, the greatest exponent of Portuguese Romanticism.
Then, walk through Sintra village and enjoy the verdant hills, the bubbling springs of crystal-clear water, the parks covered with multitudes of flowers. The old village black stone pavements contrast with the old, colorful houses. Located in the middle of the mountain range, Sintra allows you to enjoy the surrounding fields and reveals the imposing Monte Magno.
We will also give you the opportunity of tasting the famous “Travesseiro”, the traditional cake of Sintra.
After lunch, continue your tour at “Land’s End”, Cape Roca, Europe’s westernmost point, and be dazzled by the breath-taking landscape.
At last, enjoy Guincho, Boca do Inferno and Cascais village, where you will have free time to wander the old streets and do some shopping.
Return to Lisbon along one of the old continent’s most beautiful roads.
- Hotel pickup
- Queluz: Queluz Palace
- Sintra: Pena Palace and Pena Park
- “Travesseiros” tasting
- Sintra: Historic Centre
- Lunch: Free time
- Cabo da Roca
- Boca do Inferno
- Hotel drop-off
Tourist Luxury Vehicle
Professional Tourism Driver/Guide
Personalized pick-up and drop-off
This tour takes place everyday
Not included: Food and drinks, unless specified; tickets to the museum and guided tours inside Pena Palace and Queluz Palace. Tickets: Pena Palace 14,00€, Children (6 to 17) and Senior 12,50€; Queluz Palace 10,00€, Children (6 to 17) and Senior 8,50€.
We recommend: Comfortable footwear and clothing. Buy Pena Palace online ticket in advance.
Meeting Point: We will pick you up from at your Hotel, Apartment, Airport or Cruise Terminal. For tours setting off from Sintra, Cascais and Estoril please ask for prices.