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PNP Pátio Dos Veados Bx

Stag Terrace of the National Palace of Pena

Outdoor area with a dazzling view over the Sintra hills and the palace, closely located next to the Stag Room.

Capacity: 60 pax sitting | 80 pax standing

Accessibility: Access through staircase

Characteristics: Privileged view over the surrounding landscape.

PNP Terraço Da Cozinha Do Pal+Acio

National Palace of Pena Kitchen Terrace

The largest of the many terraces of the National Palace of Pena, located next to the cafeteria and the Triton’s Terrace, with a view over Cascais and the city of Lisbon on sunny days.

Capacity: 120 pax sitting | 160 pax standing

Accessibility: Accessible to people with mobility restrictions

Characteristics: Outdoor terrace with a priviledged view over the surrounding landscape, the High Cross and the Statue of the Warrior

 

PNP Jardins Chalet Bx Rd

Garden of the Chalet of the Countess of Edla

The chalet was built by King Ferdinand II and Elise Hensler, Countess of Edla. It was used as a recreation area and a romantic refuge for the couple. The garden that surrounds the chalet, with many water lines, encompasses countless nooks and corners to explore, such as the Countess Fernery or the Chalet Stones.

Capacity: 50 pax sitting | 70 pax standing

Accessibility: Accessible to people with mobility restrictions

Characteristics: Romantic natural landscape surrounding the venue

 

PNS Pateo Central Bx

Central Patio of the National Palace of Sintra

Patio with a water mirror, a twisted column with fountain and the Water Grotto, lined with eighteenth century tiles. From here, you can see the twinned chimneys characteristic of this palace.

Capacity: 70 pax sitting |100 pax standing

Accessibility: Accessible to people with mobility restrictions

Characteristics: Direct access to the Manueline Room, the Swan Room, the Lion’s Patio and the gardens

PNS Pateo Do Leao Bx

Lion's Patio of the National Palace of Sintra

This small sixteenth century patio features a water mirror with a lion’s head fountain, as well as hispano-moresque tiles decorating the walls.

Capacity: 40 pax sitting | 50 pax standing

Accessibility: Acessible to people with mobility restrictions, using an electric platform

Characteristics: Direct access to the Palace Courtyard and Gardens. Space adequate for sound animation

 

PNS Jardins Bx

Gardens of the National Palace of Sintra

The Preta Garden, recently restored, is a natural viewpoint over the Sintra hills and the historic center. The Araucaria Garden, the Vegetable Gardens, the Tanquinhos Patio and the Prince’s Garden complete the set, which is always framed with magnificent views.

Capacity: 100 pax standing

Accessibility: Access through steps

Characteristics: The proximity to the Lion’s House allows the use of these infrastructures

PM Largo Do Palácio Bx Rd

Entrance Square of the Palace of Monserrate

With the park and the palace as backdrops and a fountain in the center, surrounded by low walls delimiting the palace, this is a great place to admire the gardens surrounding the building.

Capacity: 60 pax sitting| 80 pax standing

Accessibility: Accessible to people with mobility restrictions

Characteristics: View to the façade of the palace and the natural surroundings

PM Varanda Do Palácio Bx

Balcony of the Palace of Monserrate

Surrounded by low walls and the vegetation that frames the palace, with the park and the palace as backgrounds, this is a wonderful location to contemplate the gardens.

Capacity: 30 pax standing

Accessibility: Accessible to people with mobility restrictions

Characteristics: View to the façade of the palace and the natural surroundings, with emphasis on the Lawn.

PM Ruina Romântica Bx Rd

Romantic Ruin (Ruined Chapel) of the Palace of Monserrate

Surrounded by vegetation and offering the perfect atmosphere for an intimate ceremony, this fake ruin was described as a “ruined fane” by Thomas Cargill, in his 1869 Monserrate inspired poem ‘Fairy life in Fairy Land’, creating the idea that this was once a chapel.

Capacity: 25 pax sitting | 30 pax standing

Accessibility: Accessible to people with mobility restrictions

Characteristics: Close to the Lakes, the Mexican Garden, the Rose Garden and the Lawn

PNQ Escadaria Robillion (2) Bx

Robillion Staircase, Terraces and Gardens of the National Palace of Queluz

With their lakes, vases, urns, and marble statuary, the Malta and the Hanging Gardens are two of the main features of the Gardens of the Queluz, together with the imposing Robillion Staircase, facing the Tiled Canal. The Robillion Pavilion provides an incomparable view over the gardens and orchards, the canal, and the Shells Cascade.

Capacity: 200 pax sitting| 260 pax standing

Accessibility: Accessible to people with mobility restrictions

Characteristics: Direct access from the Queen Maria I Square, in the exterior of the palace, as well as from the palace interiors. Private performances by the Portuguese School of Equestrian Art can also be booked

CM Praça De Armas (1)

Moorish Castle Wall and Arms Square

The Arms Square is the largest area of the castle, which allowed the concentration of the military garrison. King Ferdinand II transformed it into a place of rest and contemplation, of Moorish invocation.

Capacity: 80 pax sitting | 100 pax standing

Accessibility: Accessible to people with mobility restrictions, although with steep slopes in some sections of the path

Characteristics: Medieval castle with a view over the National Palace of Sinta, the historic center, Lisbon and the natural surroundings

EPAE Pateo Da Nora Bx

Nora Patio of the Portuguese School of Equestrian Art

This is where the the stables and the outdoor riding ring are located and also where the riders warm-up and exercise the horses. The Nora Patio also encompasses a farriery workshop, the saddle room and an interpretation room, where the history of the School is presented in diferent mediums.

Capacity: 60 pax sitting| 80 pax standing

Accessibility: Accessible to people with mobility restrictions.

Characteristics: Access to the stables; it is possible to attend the daily trainings.

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Reception: Balcony of the Palace

Cerimony: Palace’s Entrance Square

Photoshoot: Romantic Ruin

Dinner: Music Room

Cocktail with entertainment: Columned Room

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