This tour takes between 8:00 to 9:00
Palácio de Queluz
Leaving Lisbon, at about 20 m we arrive at the Palace of Queluz. The Queluz National Palace is a Palace of the 18th century and is one of the last great Rococo buildings erected in Europe.
Centro de Sintra
In 1995 the UNESCO classified Sintra as a Cultural landscape, the first to receive this rating in Europe. Has beautiful palaces, geographical, botanical and Zoological landscapes, surrounded by your characteristic microclimate that undoubtedly makes this place a single site! In the historical centre of Sintra, has at your disposal numerous Portuguese handicraft shops.
Some delicacies that will have the opportunity to taste, are part of the typical gastronomy of Sintra. The pillows of Sintra or the Cheeses are some of the sweets which can only prove it. The pillows are one of the most popular cakes by tourists in Sintra, as well as the famous cheeses.
Palácios de Sintra
Sintra is known for its several palaces, and here you can choose which you intend to visit: Pena Palace is a great option, if you want something more “intriguing” in this case your option should be the Quinta da Regaleira, if you want something more Medieval Moorish Castle will surely Please him.
Cabo da Roca
Another mandatory stop on this tour is to visit the Cabo da Roca (westernmost point of continental Europe). In the area there is a lighthouse (Farol do Cabo da Roca) and a tourist shop. Is inserted in the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, an area of easy access and high tourist inflow.
Boca do Inferno
In the mouth of hell we can feel the force of the sea with the waves crash on the rocks. With unique features, is leisure site, where you can enjoy a divine landscape and magnificent sunsets
Arriving at the village of Cascais with your gorgeous Bay teeming with small fishing boats. Continuing our Tour in just a few minutes we have then the Estoril stage of espionage during World War II, where he lived the renowned writer of Yan Fleming books that gave rise to 007.