Sintra, Portugal: Discover all the Sintra Palaces – Hop on-Hop off service

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With the Scotturb Daily Tourist you can walk around the Historic Park of Sintra and Cascais, without missing a single tourist spot.
For just € 15.10 you travel as many times as you want, for 24 hours, at your own pace. This avoids the physical wear and tear of steep climbs and saves time to make the most of it.

There are several buses available to run regularly through Sintra, passing through Cabo da Roca, to Cascais.

Enjoy each landscape of these unique villages, and of course, don’t forget to delight yourself with the typical traditional sweets of the region, the acclaimed “travesseiro” and the mythical “queijadas”.
Get to know up close some of the most beautiful places in Portugal! Sintra is a must! It is no wonder that it was considered a Cultural Landscape Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, and each corner has a different mystery to reveal.
In the late afternoon, go to Cabo da Roca and enjoy the incredible sunset at the most western point of Europe. Finally, a stroll in the Historic Center of Cascais is well suited, where you can take advantage of the vast local commerce and contemplate the architecture of a modern and cozy Portuguese village overlooking the sea.


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Travel and Discover Sintra, Portugal

Blending the fantastic with the palatial, Sintra—a picturesque retreat perched in the hills near Lisbon—is a swirl of fairy-tale styles, combining exotic and local architecture with beautiful vistas.


Topped with a palace that is the epitome of the Romantic movement – the National Palace of Pena – these hills are filled with many remarkable monuments and parks, including the National Palace of Sintra—the summer destination of choice for the nobility and bourgeois since the 15th century.

Hillside Palaces and Centuries of Culture

Sintra was the first European site listed by UNESCO as a Cultural Landscape. It encompasses about 960 hectares and forms part of the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park. Located on granite hills less than an hour from Lisbon, its unique and mild microclimate has, since the times of the Muslim occupation, made it a favourite summer resort of kings and aristocrats, who built palaces and planted gardens and forests of immeasurable value. In 1995, the World Heritage Committee recognised Sintra as a unique example of a location which retains significant features of the successive cultures that occupied these lands and that still harmoniously coexist today.


With your tourist ticket you can travel on all these lines and visit the following places:


Career 434 – Pena Circuit: Castelo dos Mouros, Palácio da Pena, Palácio da Vila and Parque da Liberdade
Place of departure and arrival: Sintra Station Schedule: Regular 7 days a week every 15 minutes

Route 435 – Palace Circuit: Palácio da Vila, Quinta da Regaleira, Palácio de Seteais and Palácio de Monserrate
Place of departure and arrival: Sintra Station
Hours: Regular 7 days a week every 20 minutes
Route 417 and 403 – Cabo da Roca and Cascais
Departure location: Sintra Station
Last stop: Cascais Terminal Opening times : Regular 7 days a week every 30 minutes


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