Eating out in Sintra? This really useful page lists many of the eateries and even includes some reviews.
There are some lovely shops in Sintra village and this self-guided tour helps you navigate them with ease. Good information, maps and details of the best shops to get to.
Self-guided walk and walking tour in Sintra
This is from the official Sintra website, although I have to say it doesn’t come up so highly in search engines. A shame as its a really comprehensive website with just about everything you need to know about Sintra and its surrounding area. If you’re visiting – then check the website out as it has useful info about Pena Palace etc …
Established on top of the hill as a result of the creative genius of Ferdinand II, the Park and Palace of Pena are Portugal’s greatest example of Romantic architecture.
Simply love this post! Some cracking photos of Sintra. Worth a look!
A really useful post on the 10 best places to eat in Sintra. Mmmmm.
Visiting Sintra on a stopover? Do it in style and stay at the best. This is one of my favourite hotels in Sintra
The Moors occupied Portugal for nearly 500 years! Leaving some magnificent archeology behind. One is located at Sintra and well worth the hike! Check out more information on the Sintra Council website.
Winding over two ridges of the Serra de Sintra, the Moorish Castle dates back to the early days of the Moorish occupation of the Peninsula – the 8th century.
Pre-history Portugal is fascinating, and I bet you’ve never heard about this one! Found near Sintra in the 19th Century it is a remarkable Bronze Age neck ring. Check it out on Wikipedia, or in person at the British Museum (should be back in Portugal really!!)
One from the blog on our sister site but well worth a read. It encapsulates the 5 best places to visit whilst taking a tour of Sintra.
It boasts castles and palaces, gardens and parks, and it’s an easy 45 minute train ride from Lisbon. Still, the only problem with Sintra is having enough time to see everything. One day won’t ever be enough, but if you do manage to visit a site or two, try not to miss these. Here are 5 of the absolute best attractions to see in Sintra, Portugal. Pena Palace and Park It’s a a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the seven wonders of Portugal, and one of the leading examples of 19th-century Romanticist architecture in the world. Welcome to Pena Palace, which is impressive both inside and out. The palace […]
A lovely description of trekking round Sintra with all the sites to see.
Visit the most beautiful destination in Portugal, Sintra. An oasis of natural beauty, forests, ponds, follies and ancient castles and palaces.