Explore the historic center of Sintra on a full-day self guided tour, with a personal chauffeur at your disposal for the day
Starting time: 9:00 AM
Duration: Full Day (8 hours)
Pick-up and drop off: at your hotel in Lisbon
From: X Euros
- Explore the romantic palaces and gardens of Sintra by luxury car
- Drive the wild Estoril coast, past Cascais and more
- See the fairytale architecture of the Pena Palace
- Discover the Moors castle and Quinta da Regaleira
- Enjoy expansive views of Lisbon’s Pombaline Downtown
This is a private tour just for you or your small group
Flexible tour schedule to adjust to your needs
Pick-up and drop off at your hotel in Lisbon
Full-day private tour
Driver at your disposal
Transportation by private vehicle
Meals, Entrance fees, Guide services and Personal expenses
Sintra Private Full Day Tour
Explore the historic center of Sintra on a full-day self guided tour, with a personal chauffeur at your disposal for the day.
Stroll through bohemian streets and taste the famous travesseiros de Sintra cakes. Visit the famous National Palace of Pena or admire the enigmatic Quinta da Regaleira, including its luxurious park of lakes, grottoes, wells, and fountains. You may also want to visit the National Palace of Sintra or the Castle of the Moors or any other palace or manor house that can be found in Sintra.
Classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the "Cultural Landscape of Sintra" celebrates the town’s artistic heritage and fairytale architecture. Be enchanted by the “Mountain of the Moon,” as Sintra was called in ancient times.
Breathe the fresh sea air at Cabo Roca, the westernmost point of continental Europe or stroll on the beaches of Guincho and marvel at the Boca do Inferno (Hell’s Mouth) cove.
En route back to the city, drive along the Estoril coast road, linking the traditional fishing village of Cascais with the glamorous resort of Estoril, and on to Lisbon.
Before your tour is over, go to Lisbon’s Belém Tower, Jeronimos Monastery, and vast span of the historic 25 de Abril Bridge. Look up at the statue of Christ the King (Cristo Rei) embracing the city from its hillside location. Enjoy expansive views of Lisbon’s Pombaline Downtown at the Terreiro do Paço, completely rebuilt in the 18th century after the 1755 earthquake.