|Private Tour||7 hours||Fees not included|
|Price per tour||1-3 p 310€||4-5 p 350€||6 p 395€|
From Lisbon to Sintra we take the scenic road along the waters of the Tagus River, visiting Estoril and the beautiful Cascais, an aristocratic city where the Royal Family used to spend the summer. After admiring the beautiful bay, the Cidadela and Boca do Inferno, an interesting rock formation built on the magmatic cliff, we will proceed to Cabo da Roca and Sintra.
On the way we will cross the Discoveries spot in Belém and stop at Estoril to admire its famous casino, that inspired Ian Fleming to write the Casino Royale.
Following the rugged Atlantic coast to Guincho, we find a landscape of rare beauty, with great views of the Sintra hills, beaches and sand dunes that invade the road. Then we head to Cape Roca, the westernmost point in Europe, a mythical place since prehistory.
After lunch, we will visit Sintra walking through its alleys, admiring the palaces and the charming green landscape.
During the tour, we have time to visit a monument in Sintra of your choice, such as the romantic Pena Palace, the Medieval Palace or even the Queluz Palace, called the Portuguese Versailles.
As an alternative to visiting a palace, we can make a final visit along Sintra's beaches to admire the beautiful Atlantic coast and the picturesque village of Azenhas do Mar, a true postcard.
Monument fees: Pena Palace 14€; Sintra National Palace 10€; Queluz Palace 10€
1 - Tour from Lisbon to Sintra on a roundtrip of about 120 km
2 - From Lisbon downtown we head to Belém, the Discoveries distric
3 - Passing by the Jerónimos Monastery and the Tower of Belém
4 - Visit to a belvedere in Belém over the River, with a special view to the Tower
5 - Way to Cascais by the riverfront route
6 - Stop in Estoril to admire the famous Casino
7 - Going on till Cascais town
8 - Visit to the Mouth of Hell, a remarkable rock formation and well kown attraction
9 - Walking visit in Cascais to admire the Fortress "Cidadela", the Bay and the old city centre
10 - Travel to Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point of continental Europe, crossing the scenic road of Guincho aside the atlantic coast
11 - Walking visit in Cabo da Roca
12 - On the way to Sintra, a quick stop for a special glance over the old village
13- Time for lunch. The meal can be booked in a local restaurant
14 - Walking visit in Sintra
15 - Time for visiting one palace
16 - Return to Lisbon