15 to 30 January: temporary closure under the current State of Emergency

How to get there

Park and Palace of Monserrate

Palacio De Monserrate Map@2X

How to arrive

Lisbon > Sintra

By train (CP) – Sintra Line

Departure stations:

- Oriente Station

- Rossio Station

- Entrecampos Station

Sintra (Historic Center) > Monserrate

By bus (Scotturb)

Departure Station:

- Sintra Station

Once at the town of Sintra, the Scotturb’s bus nº435 makes the connecting route between the train station and Monserrate.

You can get to the town of Sintra using the following routes:

From Lisbon

- IC19

From Mafra

- IC30

From Cascais

- EN9 (through A5/Cascais)

Moorish Castle

Castelo Dos Mouros Map@2X

How to Arrive

Lisbon > Sintra

By train (CP) – Sintra Line

Departure stations:

- Oriente Station

- Rossio Station

- Entrecampos Station

Sintra (Historic Center) > Moorish Castle

By bus (Scotturb)

Departure Station:

- Sintra Station

Once at the town of Sintra, the Scotturb’s bus nº435 makes the connecting route between the train station and the Moorish Castle.

You can get to the town of Sintra using the following routes:

From Lisbon

- IC19

From Mafra

- IC30

From Cascais

- EN9 (through A5/Cascais)

When accessing this monumento by car, be aware that the traffic is restricted. It is recommended to use pedestrian trails or public transportation, available from the train stations, the historic center or the several peripheral car parks in the town of Sintra.

GPS Coordinates

38º 47’ 24.25” N 9º 23’ 21.47” W

Marked pedestrian trails from the historic center to the Moorish Castle:

- Santa Maria trail

(“Info Parques de Sintra” House > Moorish Castle/Pena Palace; 1770 meters, 1 hour)

- Seteais trail

(Seteais > Pena Palace/Moorish Castle; 2410 meters, 1h30)

- Vila Sassetti trail

(Historic Center/Ferreira de Castro’ square > Pena Palace/Moorish Castle; 1850 meters, 45 minutes)

National Palace of Sintra

Palacio Nacional Sintra Map@2X

How to Arrive

Lisbon > Sintra

By train (CP) – Sintra Line

Departure stations:

- Oriente Station

- Rossio Station

- Entrecampos Station

Sintra > National Palace of Sintra (Historic Center)

By bus (Scotturb)

Departure Station:

- Sintra Station

Once at the town of Sintra, the Scotturb’s buses nº434 and 435 make the connecting route between the train station and the Palace.

You can get to Sintra’s Historic Center using the following routes:

From Lisbon

- IC19

From Mafra

- IC30

From Cascais

- EN9 (through A5/Cascais)

 

GPS Coordinates

38º 47’ 50.50” N 9º 23’ 25.87” W

Sintra’s train station – National Palace of Sintra (10-15 minutes)

Park and National Palace of Pena

Palacio Da Pena Map@2X

How to Arrive

Lisbon > Sintra

By train (CP) – Sintra Line

Departure stations:

- Oriente Station

- Rossio Station

- Entrecampos Station

Sintra (Historic Center) > National Palace of Pena

By bus (Scotturb)

Departure Station:

- Sintra Station – Pena Circuit

Once at the town of Sintra, the Scotturb’s bus nº434 makes the connecting route between the train station and the National Palace of Pena.

You can get to Sintra’s Historic Center using the following routes:

From Lisbon

- IC19

From Mafra

- IC30

From Cascais

- EN9 (through A5/Cascais)

 

When accessing this monumento by car, be aware that the traffic is restricted. It is recommended to use pedestrian trails or public transportation, available from the train stations, the historic center or the several peripheral car parks in the town of Sintra.

 

GPS Coordinates

38º 47’ 16.45” N 9º 23’ 15.35” W

Marked pedestrian trails from the historic center to the National Palace of Pena:

- Santa Maria trail

(“Info Parques de Sintra” House > Moorish Castle/Pena Palace; 1770 meters, 1 hour)

- Lapa trail

(“Info Parques de Sintra” House > Pena Palace; 1450 meters, 45 minutes)

- Seteais trail

(Seteais > Pena Palace/Moorish Castle; 2410 meters, 1h30)

- Vila Sassetti trail

(Historic Center/Ferreira de Castro’ square > Pena Palace/Moorish Castle; 1850 meters, 45 minutes)

Convent of the Capuchos

Convento Dos Capuchos Map@2X

How to Arrive

Lisbon > Sintra

By train (CP) – Sintra Line

Departure stations:

- Oriente Station

- Rossio Station

- Entrecampos Station

Sintra (Historic Center) > Convent of the Capuchos

By taxi from:

- Sintra Station

You can get to Colares using the following routes:

From Lisbon

- IC19

From Mafra

- IC30

From Cascais

- EN9 (through A5/Cascais)

And then EN247.

Once in Colares, head towards Cabo da Roca and, at the Pé da Serra, turn to EN 247-2 road, towards Convent of the Capuchos. If you come from Cascais, follow th EN 247 towards Colares and, after the crossroad to Cabo da Roca, turn to EN 247-3 road at the Pé da Serra.

GPS Coordinates

38º 46’ 58.48” N 9º 26’ 8.86” W

Chalet and Garden of the Countess of Edla

Chalet Da Condessa Map@2X

How to Arrive

Lisbon > Sintra

By train (CP) – Sintra Line

Departure stations:

- Oriente Station

- Rossio Station

- Entrecampos Station

Sintra (Historic Center) > Chalet and Garden of the Countess of Edla

By bus (Scotturb)

Departure Station:

- Sintra Station – Pena Circuit

Once at the town of Sintra, the Scotturb’s bus nº434 makes the connecting route between the train station and the Park of Pena.

You can get to Sintra’s Historic Center using the following routes:

From Lisbon

- IC19

From Mafra

- IC30

From Cascais

- EN9 (through A5/Cascais)

 

When accessing this monumento by car, be aware that the traffic is restricted. It is recommended to use pedestrian trails or public transportation, available from the train stations, the historic center or the several peripheral car parks in the town of Sintra.

 

GPS Coordinates

38º 47’ 9.41” N 9º 23’ 58.48” W

Marked pedestrian trails from the historic center to the Park of Pena:

- Santa Maria trail

(“Info Parques de Sintra” House > Moorish Castle/Pena Palace; 1770 meters, 1 hour)

- Lapa trail

(“Info Parques de Sintra” House > Pena Palace; 1450 meters, 45 minutes)

- Seteais trail

(Seteais > Pena Palace/Moorish Castle; 2410 meters, 1h30)

- Vila Sassetti trail

(Historic Center/Ferreira de Castro’ square > Pena Palace/Moorish Castle; 1850 meters, 45 minutes)

Cabo da Roca Lighthouse

Farol Cabo Da Roca Map@2X

How to Arrive

Lisbon > Sintra

By train (CP) – Sintra Line

Departure stations:

- Oriente Station

- Rossio Station

- Entrecampos Station

Sintra (Historic Center) > Cabo da Roca

By bus (Scotturb)

Departure Station:

- Sintra Station

Once at the town of Sintra, the Scotturb’s bus nº403 makes the connecting route between the train station and Cabo da Roca.

If you’re departing from Cascais or Colares, you can get to Cabo da Roca using EN-247 road.

There are several marked pedestrian trails from Cascais, Colares and Sintra’s Mountain.

Gardens and National Palace of Queluz

Palacio Nacional Queluz Map@2X

How to Arrive

Lisbon > Queluz

By bus (Vimeca)

- Bus nº 25: Queluz (Palace), through Queluz-Belas direction

- Bus nº 101: Lisbon (Colégio Militar, subway) – Tercena, Queluz (4 Caminhos) bus stop and Queluz/Massamá Station bus stop. A 15 minute’s walking distance from the Palace.

- Bus nº 106: bus stop near Falagueira-Carcavelos (Praia) subway station, Queluz (4 Caminhos) bus stop and Queluz/Massamá Station bus stop. A 15 minute’s walking distance from the Palace.

By train (CP) – Sintra Line (Stop at Queluz-Belas station or Monte Abraão station. A 1 km distance from the Palace)

Departure stations:

- Oriente Station

- Rossio Station

- Entrecampos Station

 

Sintra > Queluz

By train (CP) – Sintra Line (Stop at Queluz-Belas station or Monte Abraão station. A 1 km distance from the Palace)

Departure station:

- Sintra station

You can get to Queluz using the following route:

From Lisbon and Sintra

- IC19 (Queluz-Palácio exit)

Vila Sassetti

Vila Sassetti Map@2X

How to Arrive

Lisbon > Sintra (Ferreira de Castro Square)

By train (CP) – Sintra Line

Departure stations:

- Oriente Station

- Rossio Station

- Entrecampos Station

 

Sintra > Sintra’s Historic Center

By bus (Scotturb)

Departure Station:

- Sintra Station

Once at the town of Sintra, the Scotturb’s buses nº434 and nº435 make the connecting route between the train station and Sintra’s historic center

 

You can get to Vila Sassetti using the following route:

From Lisbon

- IC19

From Mafra

- IC30

From Cascais

- EN9 (through A5/Cascais)

 - Sintra’s train station > Sintra’s Historic Center, 10-15 minutes

 

Portuguese School of Equestian Art

EPAE Map@2X

How to Arrive

Lisbon > Belém

By bus: nº 728, 714, 727, 729, 751

By tram: 15

By train: Cascais Line (Belém station)

Head towards Belém

Calçada da Ajuda (next to nº 23)

GPS Coordinates

38º 42’ 00.98” N 9º 12’ 00.08” W

Sanctuary of Peninha

Peninha Map@2X

How to Arrive

You can get to Peninha’s Sanctuary from Cascais/Malveira da Serra or Sintra/Colares using EN-247 road.