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Uncover Portugal’s romantic side with a visit to the UNESCO-listed Pena Palace on this 4-hour tour from Lisbon. Marvel at the fairy-tale castle with its bold red, yellow and purple façade, crenelated clock tower and striking dome, then explore the lavish interiors on a guided tour. Finally, tour the UNESCO-listed historic center of Sintra, famed for its beautiful buildings and delicious pastries.

Highlights

  • 4-hour private tour of Pena Palace from Lisbon
  • Admire the stunning forests and gardens of the Pena Park
  • Marvel at the Romantic, Moorish and Manueline architecture of the beautiful Pena Palace
  • Enjoy free time to explore historic Sintra
  • Choice of morning or afternoon departure
  • Great-value tour includes hotel pick-up, entrance fees and round-trip transport
  • This private tour ensures you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide

What You Can Expect

Meet your guide at your Lisbon hotel and soak up the scenery on the 30-minute drive to Sintra. Catch your first glimpse of Pena Palace as you climb through the idyllic Sintra Hills and drive through the exotic gardens of the Pena Park.

As you approach, hear how the royal castle was built for King Ferdinand II in the 19th-century and learn about its eclectic mix of architectural styles. Enter through the Arabesque archway and stroll around the fairy-tale palace, as your guide points out the unique Romantic architecture, with elements borrowed from Gothic, Moorish and Manueline styles. After marveling at the castle façade and taking in the views from the hilltop, follow your guide inside to peek into the opulent King’s Apartments.

Make a stop in historic Sintra to explore the UNESCO-listed center and sample the village’s famous pastries (own expense), before heading back to Lisbon. After a full morning or afternoon adventure, end your tour with drop-off at your hotel.

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