Explore Lisbon and Sintra on this full-day, small-group guided tour of the two destinations. The first step is to meet your knowledgeable local guide in Lisbon, Portugal, and then take a minivan to some of the city’s most iconic sights, including the Belém district and the Monastery of Jeronimos.
Learn about the fascinating history of Lisbon and take some memorable pictures while you’re there. Take a break and refuel with a taste of Portuguese cuisine. You’ll also want to visit the stunning villages of Sintra, where the Portuguese aristocracy used to relax. Before you head back to Lisbon, take a stroll through the beautiful grounds and see Pena Palace. Each member of your party will have their own personal guide, as this is a small-group tour.
- A full-day small-group guided tour of Lisbon and Sintra
- Explore Lisbon by minivan
- Combines two great half-day tours into one convenient trip
- Learn about Lisbon’s landmarks with the help of a knowledgeable guide
- Explore the beautiful town of Sintra
- Visit Pena Palace, a Portuguese gem
- Sample traditional Portuguese food, like sweet pastry, cod cake, and Port wine
- This is a small group tour, meant to provide an intimate experience
- Skip-the-line and visit Jeronimos Monastery at your own pace
Lisbon – Sintra – Pena Palace – Quinta da Regaleira – Lisbon
In central Lisbon, you’ll meet your guide for a full-day, small-group guided tour of Lisbon and Sintra. Take a seat in your air-conditioned minivan and begin your sightseeing adventure. Stop at local landmarks to learn about their historical significance from your knowledgeable guide.
Afterward, there was a boom in innovative architecture, which was caused by the Great Lisbon Earthquake (1755). Learn more about the beautiful Baroque and Romanesque facades. Visit the historic Lisbon Cathedral (Sé de Lisboa) and the Jeronimos Monastery, two of the city’s most impressive architectural landmarks. Explore Belém, one of Lisbon’s most beautiful neighborhoods.
Visit the Tagus River and the Monument to the Discoveries for some great photo opportunities. A trip to Lisbon isn’t complete without sampling some of the country’s most popular dishes. Try a Portuguese pastry called pastel de Belem, which is a national delicacy in Portugal.
Relax at the Jerónimos Monastery (skip the line ticket included). Finally, head to Sintra and Pena Palace for some afternoon fun (ticket included). Relax and take in the historic royal sites in this charming village just outside of the city. Take a stroll through this cherished piece of global cultural heritage. Take in the breathtaking vistas and breathtaking natural beauty. Visit the Pena Palace at the summit of the mountain after taking a drive through Sintra Natural Park. After that, relax as you make your way back to Lisbon in comfort.
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