Sintra - Romantic Tour
Let your self fall for the romantic and majestic setting of Sintra and its surroundings.
Duration: The time is all yours!
Duration: The time is all yours!
2 People - 190.00 €
3 People - 195.00 €
4 People - 200.00 €
5 People - 205.00 €
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The Queluz National Palace is an eighteenth century palace located in the city of Queluz, in the municipality of Sintra. One of the last great Rococo buildings erected in Europe, the Palace was built as a summer retreat for Dom Pedro of Bragança.
The Sintra National Palace, also known as Vila Palace, was one of the Royal Palaces and today is owned by the Portuguese State, which uses it to tourist and cultural purposes. The Palace is classified as a National Monument since 1910.
The Monserrate Palace is inserted into the Monserrate Park located in São Martinho, in the municipality of Sintra. The Palace was designed by architect James Knowles and built in 1858, by order of Sir Francis Cook, Viscount Monserrate. It is a suggestive example of Portuguese Romanticism.
The Palace of Regaleira is the main building and the most common name of Quinta da Regaleira. The farm of 4 hectares and the Palace are surrounded by lush gardens, lakes, caves and enigmatic constructions, these places conceal alchemical meanings, as evoked by Freemasonry, Templar and Rosicrucian.
Modeling space in mixed strokes, evoking the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Manuelina architecture.
The Castle of Sintra, popularly known as the Moorish Castle, located in the village of Sintra. Erected on a rocky massif, one of the isolated peaks of the Serra de Sintra, Estremadura, the top of its walls reveals itself a privileged view of all its rural surroundings that extends to the Atlantic Ocean. The Moorish Castle and the cistern were classified as a National Monument. The set of Sintra was classified as Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 1995.
The Pena National Palace is one of the best expressions of architectural Romanticism of the nineteenth century in the world, becoming the first palace in this style in Europe, erected about 30 years before the charismatic Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria. On July 7, 2007 he was elected as one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal.
Cabo da Roca is the westernmost point in mainland Portugal, as well as Continental Europe, also being the point of continental Europe closest to the United States of America. Is located in the town of Colares, Sintra municipality.
Guincho Beach is a beach in Cascais, lying about 8 miles from the county seat. Already on the Atlantic west coast, is very windy and offers good conditions for surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing.
In 1867, Cascais ascended for the first time, the condition of the beach of the Court, when Queen Maria Pia chose the village to the practice of sea bathing, knowing that in mid-September, when the usual north winds from the Atlantic coast subsides, the sea becomes calmer than usual.
Until the implementation of the project Figueiredo & Sousa, from 1914, Santo António do Estoril - as it was then dubbed the current Estoril - was mainly publicized by their pine trees and spa, set in Quinta José Viana da Silva Carvalho. The Paris Hotel is the first unit of its kind in operation in the region, also famed for the beach now known as Tamariz, excelled where three beautiful examples of architecture to spend the summer: the Barros, Schröter and S. Roque homes.