Several tours options for visiting Sintra

Sintra is internationally known for its deeply romantic environment, by its palaces that seem to have come out from a Walt Disney fairy tale but actually they tell very real stories and they are also carriers of our past until present days.

If you want to visit Sintra I suggest you take a look on this post:

After reading the post you will need to decide about how much time to spend at Sintra: half a day or a full day?

These are options I can offer for Sintra:

  1. Visiting Sintra (the village) and a monument – half day (4 hours)
    • I will pick you up at your hotel with the van if your hotel is located in Lisbon or surroundings. If not, for sure we can find a way to do it.
    • The transfer to and from Sintra to your hotel is included in this program.
    • Let’s know Sintra, the village itself, with its many hidden places, fountains and gardens. Maybe will be a good moment to taste a local pastry.
    • When spending one morning in Sintra you will have time to visit one monument, so based on the above mentioned post please select one to visit. Monument entrances are not included in this program but can be added to be bought in advance and avoid long lines.
    • This program is an example. Other possibilities can be assessed depending on your preferences.
    • Price: 250€ + monuments entrances if applicable, until 7 persons
  2. Visiting Sintra (the village), a monument, Cape Roca and Cascais – full day (9 hours)
    • Considering the half day program, you can extend it taking advantage of being so close to extraordinary locations like:
      • Cape Roca, the westernmost extent of mainland Portugal and continental Europe, please check a post in this site about the cape Roca
      • Cascais – Is a coastal town 30 kilometers west of Lisbon. It’s a cosmopolitan suburb of the Portuguese capital and one of the richest municipalities in Portugal. The former fishing village gained fame as a resort for Portugal’s royal family in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Nowadays, it is a popular vacation spot for both Portuguese and foreign tourists. It is located in the Estoril Coast.
    • This program doesn’t include lunch. However there are several options:
      • You can have lunch on your own and I will present you several possibilities depending of your preferences.
      • Or you can make reservations for a restaurant and I will take you there.
      • Or I can arrange a picnic and you will have it in a picnic area in the woods.
    • Price: 350€ + monuments entrances if applicable, until 7 persons
    • Picnic lunch: 15€/person


The above mention events are subject to prior reservation.
250€ will asked as reservation. The remaining values to be payed, if there are, they will be asked at the beginning of the event.
All above mentioned prices includes guide, insurance and VAT plus usage of the equipment if needed and if that is stated in the specific information of the event.


The costs of cancellation are as follows:
90 days before 1st Tour Day – 0% of reservation
89-60 days before 1st Tour Day – 25% of reservation
59-45 days before 1st Tour Day – 50% of reservation
44-30 days before 1st Tour Day – 75% of reservation
29 days or less before 1st Tour Day – 100% of reservation
To cancel your reservation it is mandatory that an e-mail is sent from the same e-mail address used for the reservation.
The amount will be transferred back to the same account used to the reservation.

Informations and reservations

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