Pena Palace

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Have you ever been to Pena Palace?

Located in Sintra, the Park and National Palace of Pena are one of the most beautiful and symbolic tourist spots in Portugal. In addition to visiting the Palace, to get there you will also pass through a very relaxing natural park.

The Pena National Palace was not only elected as one of the 7 Wonders of Portugal, but was also classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Take advantage of this visit to see what a real palace looks like, and to appreciate its romanticist architectural style. Built in the 19th century, it was the first palace of this style in Europe.

On this visit you can see several features of the palace that make it unique. Observe a Manueline cloister that has been preserved there since the 15th century or the famous and stunning Triton Portico.

A visit that combines history with natural and architectural beauty. Be fascinated with the palace, with its details, with statues and fantastic works, and with the natural beauty that surrounds the Pena Palace!

Frequently Asked Questions

The Park and National Palace of Pena are about 35 kilometers from Lisbon, which is the equivalent to a approximately 45 minutes drive by car.

The park is open from 9 am to 7 pm, and the last ticket is sold at 6 pm. The palace is open from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm, the last ticket being sold at 5:30 pm. The last entry for both is at 06:00 pm.

The entrance to the park and the palace costs 14 euros for an adult (18-64 years). The youth ticket (6-17 years old) and the senior ticket (over 65 years old) cost 12.5 euros. There is also a family ticket with a cost of 49 euros and it includes 2 adults and 2 young people. These are the base prices.

In Lisbon you only have to take the train to Sintra. You can do it from Oriente Station, Entrecampos and Rossio. Then, when leaving at Sintra station, you can take the bus 434 that will take you directly to the Palace.

Upon arriving at the site you will be at the gates of the Pena National Park. To get to the palace you have to go up a bit. You have two options: you can either do it on foot, and we can tell you that it is a very pleasant route to do, or you can take a bus.

What People Are Saying

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"Great trip, very well organized and special guide Vasco! The best! "
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"Si vas a Lisboa no puedes dejar de ir a Sintra, pero con las restricciones de tráfico y las cuestas de la ciudad lo suyo es hacerlo de forma organizada. En nuestro caso, Daniel estuvo genial. Es portugués, lo que se agradece. Conocía perfectamente la zona, nos llevó a cada sitio en el momento ideal y fue extremadamente amable. No se le puede pedir más."
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"Un día muy aprovechado, bien para hacerse una primera idea de forma cómoda y amena.guía para grupo pequeño y auto moderno"
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"Es war ein gelungener Tag. Unser Guide Daniel war klasse. Ist sehr zu empfehlen, vor allem um dem absoluten Verkehrschaos rund um Sintra zu umgehen. War ein toller entspannter Trip :-)"
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"Belle excursion, bien organisée et rythmée avec notre guide qui a su répondre à toutes nos questions et nous fournir tous les commentaires sur les endroits visités, Une très belle découverte."
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"This is a great full day tour. Our tour guide Carlos was friendly, funny and full of information about the areas we were visiting. There were 8 of us on the tour and we all got along great. You get to see all the sights of Sintra. You visit the most westerly point in continental Europe, Cascais for lunch and then to see the beach/cobbled streets. Highly recommend this tour as a day trip from Lisbon!"

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