The trip is designed well, with just the right balance of guided and free time. Our guide, Andre, was both knowledgeable and fun. Wish we could have spent a little bit more time at the spectacular Cabo Da Roca though :)
This guided tour begins in central Lisbon. Greet your guide and board an air-conditioned minivan destined for Sintra. Your first stop is Pena National Palace, where you can explore the neighboring Pena Park and take a guided tour of the colorful palace.
After ample time to photograph the UNESCO World Heritage Site, take advantage of free time to wander the historic center of Sintra and purchase lunch (own expense). Once you’ve reconvened with your guide, return to the coach and travel past Quinta da Regaleira and the Palace of Monserrate.
Stop at the cliffside lookout point of Cabo da Roca, Europe’s westernmost point, and pay a brief visit the Hell’s Mouth (Boca da Inferno) and Cascais, a charming seaside resort. Here you can enjoy some time to stroll along the beach.
Your tour concludes at your original departure point in Lisbon.
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Our guide John, was excellent. He had a two groups of tourists, 3 from Ecauador and 5 from the U.S. He did a great job balancing the non English speakers with the Spanish only speaker. He was entertaining and helpful. I strongly recommend this tour....More
Tour started off a little slow, many tours meet at the same starting point, so some confusion but it quickly sorts itself out. Van's used were very nice, driver was very knowledgeable and personable. First stop being pena palace, this was my highlight of the...More
This was a small group of 7 so no huge bus.. our guide Diogo was outstanding. Perfect English. Knew the back roads so he was able to get us to and in the Palace well before the lines. That allowed us plenty of time in...More
Thank you to Marelia we all had a great time. She was flexible to adjust the trip since the traffic backup was unreal and did Cascais first the Sintra which actually makes more sense since we arrived to Sintra the crazy lines had gone away...More