We leave Lisbon for the charming town of Sintra, where the royal family used to pass their summers, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1995. You will also visit the cosmopolitan town of Cascais on a tour with a fantastic panoramic view of the town of Estoril.
At the end of the trip we return to Lisbon, where we can leave you at your pick-up point or, if you prefer, at any other point in the city.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Lisbon / Cascais / Sintra|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please choose a time between 07:00am and 09:00am|
Departure point: Pick up at your hotel in Lisbon, Sintra, Cascais, Estoril or wherever else is agreed upon.
Return details: At the end of the excursion we drop you off in the same place or, if preferred, anywhere else in Lisbon.
Departure time: Pick-ups start from 7.30am for morning and full day tours and from 2pm for afternoon tours, but this can always be altered according to your needs.
Pricing Information: Our prices are constantly altered to ensure that they are always as low as possible.
Duration: Flexible – 8 hours (approx.)
We will contact you after you make your reservation to agree on the pick-up point, departure time and the details of the trip.
This is where you will go:
Pick Up: Lisbon
Palácio Nacional de Sintra
Castelo dos Mouros
Quinta da Regaleira
Palácio de Monserrate
Palácio Nacional da Pena
Praia do Guincho
Boca do Inferno
Vila de Cascais
Return to hotel
The journey can take between 25 and 40m depending on the time of departure and the traffic. Arriving in Sintra, there is a planned stop to walk freely through the medieval streets and visit any of the principal sites of this fairytale town and to try the region’s traditional sweet treats.
On the way to Cascais we will have the opportunity to visit Guincho beach or the Boca do Inferno. We will visit the centre of the town, the fishing port and then carry on down the Avenida Marginal until we reach the town of Estoril.
We return to Lisbon via the Avenida Marginal from which we can contemplate the beauty of the Tagus estuary and Lisbon’s main beaches until we reach Belém.