Disfrute de una excursión de medio día con salida desde Lisboa a Sintra de ver una de las atracciones más populares de Portugal, la enorme, bellísimas Palacio da Pena (Palácio da Pena), perfectamente situado en la cima de una colina. Podrá disfrutar de una visita guiada del palacio y aprenderá cosas interesantes sobre historia portuguesa. A continuación, podrá visitar el Cabo da Roca, el punto más occidental de Europa continental, y Cascais, una hermosa y pequeña ciudad llena de playas.
guide très professionnelle maîtrisant bien notre langue.associer plusieurs sites à la visite est une bonne idée.Manque de temps cependant sur le village de Sintra, car temps d'attente trop long au palais de la pina pour les navettes.
The tour guide was ok, but as she was speaking in three languages (at least...) in row - the information was really limited to necessary one, I would like to say - even not enought information. Dedicated time at Caba da Roca (20 min) is too short.
I really enjoyed this tour. The scenery on the way to Pena Palace was beautiful. The tour guide did a good job informing everyone of its history, inside and out. My only criticism is she was talking to the us in three different languages, which had to be difficult. So she had to cram in a lot of information each time. I realize that Viator does this in order to fill the bus, so to speak, and make more profit. However, at times the different languages running one after the other, was confusing and left little time for visitors to ask questions because the guide was rattling off so much information in a short amount of time. You had to pay very close attention or you would miss her comments.
We were taken to Sintra in a big tour bus that left from Praça do Comércio in Lisbon. The company requires the ticket bar code supplied by VIATOR, so please make sure to bring it with you we had a minor set back with this. The Pena Palace is at the top of a very high hill and is quite charming. After visiting the palace, you have time to walk around town and have a coffee or maybe some ginjha at your expense. We left Sintra and headed to Cabo da Roca, but the weather did not permit to walk around. Cascais was our last stop, not more than 10 minutes, to stretch your legs and enjoy the view. The tour ends in Praça do Comércio.