Very interesting. Most of all I liked Sintra.
Beautiful places!!!!!!! Cascais is amazing, there is a wonderful view on the way there. Sintra is a cute little town. Very recommended.
Excellent guide, Andre. Sintra and Pena Palace were beautiful. To see the most southern point of Portugal was exciting. Enough free time to explore on our own was nice
I had a great time during my Private Tour in Lisbon and Sintra. Hugo was a very good company and very professional, he took me to wonderful places to see, we had lunch in a beautiful place by the sea and the weather was perfect. It is worth taking the car to get to see these amazing places since there is hardly any other possibility to reach them.
We thoroughly enjoyed this day trip. The guide provided us with a lot of information. It would have been helpful to have a microphone system when walking in town so that we could hear everything he was saying. Because there were so many tourists and chatter all around, it wasn't so easy to always hear what was being conveyed.
The van was comfortable. It would have been nice to have more free time in Sintra since it is such a lovely setting.
Hassle free way to see Sintra and Pena Palace, but if you're the type who dislikes being on a tight schedule, I suggest you take train from Lisbon to Sintra on your own. The quick stops in Cabo da Roca and Cascais were beautiful.
Sintra Palace is beautiful. Looks like out of a story book, the colorful palaces
While we loved Sintra and look forward to going back one day, it was very hard to understand our guide Martin. His volume was low and he often mumbled so that we only understood half of what he told us. Also, we were under the impression that we were on an English speaking tour and did not find it fair that there were Italians on the tour and that Martin (not his fault) had to spend time giving two explanations, thereby obviously able to provide less info in English which we would have liked to receive. While Martin is an intelligent and kind man, he does not have the charisma nor personality necessary to lead a group and keep them as active participants.
The Lisbon morning tour was great but the afternoon tour to Sintra, Cascais and Estoril was a disappointment. We were expecting to see the other palace. The Pena palace. It did not said that they were not taking us to the Pena Palace. Cascais and Estoril you just pass by in the bus. What emotion does this have!. To travel thru a place on a bus.
Beautiful and very interesting trip. When you first see Sintra and surrounding forest, you really cannot believe it's size, architectural beauty and historical significance. Lunch there was also a highlight. A must do.
Great tour/guide. Gus knew everything, excellent English, great friendly personality,safe driver Gave us good recommendation for lunch in Sintra. We were only 8 which made the trip even better. This was our first experience w/ Viatour and it won't be our last!!! Definitely worth the $$$.
AMAZING trip. Martino was our guide and we adored him. He was so knowledgeable and helpful. Sintra and Cascais was just one highlight after the next. I feel it gave a great overview of both places, so if you are pressed for time this is the way to see tons in a shorter time period. Saying that, I think the tour should be three days. My friend and I went back to Sintra on our own, very doable from Lisbon and super cheap. But it would have been great having a full day in Sintra, allowing more time to explore the historic district and see Quinta Da Regaleira, which was straight out of a fairytale. Fatima, Nazare and Obidos was also a wonderful day out. I think an hour was too long to spend in Fatima, I understand it is an important religious destination but maximum 45 minutes is needed. The gift shop stop was too long as well, great for people to pick up souvenirs but it just made the stop a lengthy one when I would have preferred more time elsewhere. Nazare was the lunch stop, and restaurants were slow making everyone in the group late for the pick up. Would be good if restaurants could be recommended for taste as well as efficiency as we were annoyed a food stop took so long when there was so much to see. Need far more time in Obidos, could have easily spent the entire afternoon there or at least an hour. Having 40 minutes was a joke really especially if you want to walk along the wall, which I would highly recommend as it is like stepping back in time and such an exhilarating feeling with no rails. Since Obidos is very difficult to get back to on your own I think it would be very nice to have had more leisure time, and also to purchase souvenirs and ginginja, which is absolutely divine!
wow what a wonderful tour of Palaces and Sintra
Luis was a terrific guide. Enjoyed our day out. Suggest you tell visitors about the fog at Sintra and to bring a jacket or sweater as the weather on the trip is changeable. At Sintra I would recommend the trolly to the top for anyone that has joint issues or is not in shape it is quite a steep climb. Would recommend
My friend and I recently joined this day trip to Sintra and Cascais. It was great! Just perfect for a day trip to see things outside of Lisboa. Our guide Francisco was great, very knowledgeable, and easily handling the multiple languages needed among the visitors in our little bus. Listening to Fado while he drove across the countryside from the Sintra to Cascais was a great way to feel immersed in the culture. Traffic jams in Cascais cut short our visit at the end of the day, but still a great experience.
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