day tour - Sintra, Cabo da Roca and Cascais

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  • 8 hr

We combine a taste for history and monuments with the pleasure of observing the sea and nature. In a relaxed and fun atmosphere so we can make your holiday day full of unforgettable moments. We make friends when we tour.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Park and National Palace of Pena

- Guided tour in Pena Palace, - Walk through the lush gardens of the Palace - Avoid the long lines - Enjoy the landscape from the highest point of Serra de Sinta - Take photos and enjoy the stunning scenery

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Sintra

Free time to discover the Vila Palace, Quinta da Regaleira, walk through the small streets of Sintra and discover the architecture and romantic corners that the village has to offer. Or simply sit on one of the terraces and enjoy lunch and taste one of the Portuguese wines. Don't forget to sweeten the experience with the typical "travesseiro de Sintra"

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Cabo da Roca

Enjoy the magnificent view and take the best photos at the westernmost point of Continental Europe, Cabo da Roca. Located at latitude 38º 47' North and longitude 9º 30' West, Cabo da Roca is an important coordinate for those sailing along the coast, being the most western point of continental Europe, a fact proven by the certificate that visitors take as remembrance. About 150 meters from the sea, here you can have a comprehensive view of the Serra de Sintra and the coast, which makes it worth the visit. Historical records point to the existence of a fort at Cabo da Roca in the 19th century. XVII that played an important role in guarding the entrance to Lisbon, forming a defensive line along the coast, especially during the Peninsular Wars. Currently, there are only traces, in addition to the lighthouse, which remains an important point for navigation.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Cascais

Stop to get to know Cascais, a village located by the sea and traditionally a fishing village, had an important development in the 19th century. XIV. But it was in the century. In the 19th century, when bathing in the sea began to be appreciated, Cascais underwent an impulse that transformed it into a summer resort for the aristocracy and the Portuguese royal family. Take the opportunity to take a stroll through the streets that have excellent quality shops or a few moments of rest on one of the many esplanades that exist here. The beaches are still one of the biggest attractions, so if the weather permits, don't forget your bathing suit and take a dip in one of Cascais' many beaches.

Duration: 1 hour
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