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  • Cabo da Roca Tourism Office

    Cabo da Roca Tourism Office

    Cabo da Roca
    2705-001 Colares
    Tel: 21 923 8543
    E-mail: dtur.roca@cm-sintra.pt
    GPS: N38º46'51.68, W9º29'50.83

    Working Hours:
    From Outubro to April
    Daily from 9h to 18h30

    From May to September
    Daily from 9h to 19h30h

    Closed: Christmas Day and New Year Day

  • Sintra Tourism Office

    Sintra Tourism Office

    Praça da República, n.º23
    2710-616 Sintra
    Tel: 21 923 11 57
    E-mail: sintra@lismaketing.pt
    GPS: N38º47'46.66, W9º23'28.91

    Working Hours:
    Daily from 9h30 to 18h (August from 9h30 to 19h).

  • Train Station Tourism Office

    Train Station Tourism Office

    Av. Dr. Miguel Bombarda
    2710-590 Sintra
    Tel: 211 932 545
    E-mail: sintraestacao@lismarketing.pt
    GPS: N38º47'57.49, W9º23'07.92

    Working hours:
    Daily, from 10h-12h and 14h-18h

  • Romantic Figures

    Romantic Figures

    Various romantic figures have passed through Sintra. From literature to music, Sintra has inspired and fascinated many with its mystical and involving atmosphere. Famous personalities in Portuguese and international Romantic culture have not just left their mark in Sintra but, above all, have left the mark of Sintra in their cultural legacies.

  • History

    History

    Sintra has borne witness to nearly all periods in Portuguese history. More than this, Sintra is a treasure trove of vestiges of the history of Humanity itself.

    From the Palaeolithic and Neolithic to the Bronze and Iron Ages , followed by the Roman Moorish occupations, and from the foundation of Portugal (on 9 January 1154, King D. Afonso Henriques granted a charter to the town of Sintra) to the Discoveries, Sintra - which survived the 1755 earthquake - experienced its own golden age during the late 18th and throughout the 19th century.

  • Taxi

    Taxi

    Cooperativa Rádio Táxis
    Linha de Sintra
    R. Fernando Mendes, 15 - 4º Esq. - Agualva-Cacém
    219138018 / 219142956

    Cooperativa Rádio Táxis
    Linha de SintraR. Fernando Mendes, 15 - 4º Esq.  Agualva-Cacém
    219138018 / 219142956

    Rádio Táxis de Colares
    Largo Infante D. Henrique - Várzea de Colares
    219290019

    Rádio Táxis Praia das Maçãs
    R. Gonçalves Zarco - Praia das Maçãs
    219292064

    Táxis de Sintra - Estação
    Av. Dr. Miguel Bombarda - junto Estação CP Sintra
    219230205

    Táxis de Sintra - Portela
    Interface da Portela - junto à estação CP Portela
    219230001

    Táxis de Sintra
    Vila Praça da República - junto ao Restaurante Hockey Caffee 

  • SightSintra

    SightSintra

    Douro Acima organizes tours by bus, with the system Hop on - Hop off, the ticket is valid for 24 hours in the circuit after the first use.

    There are two circuits which include the crossing of the main monuments in Sintra, including: National Palace of Sintra and Pena, the Moorish castle, the Countess Challet, Regaleira Estate, Monserrate Park, Capuchin Convent and Cabo da Roca.

    Mobile. 910 237 733
    E-mail: sintra@douroacima.pt
    Site: www.douroacima.com

     

     

  • Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides

    Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides

    The horse-drawn carriages of Sintra are one of the classic features of the romantic town.

    They are reminiscent of past times when kings, noblemen and the rich bourgeoisie strolled through those parts. In a place filled with references to nobility, enjoying a horse-drawn carriage ride in Sintra as a modern-day aristocrat becomes rather tempting.

  • Tram Ride

    Tram Ride

    The Sintra Tram is a classic feature in the region.

    At first the train, which became operational in 1904, provided a much-needed service between the town and Praia das Maçãs. Later, as a result of improvements in communications and individual transportation, it was abandoned.

    Today it operates as a tourist attraction and still links the town with Praia das Maçãs.

    It is a 13 km journey that takes approximately 45 minutes through vegetation which provides some much appreciated shade. Plane trees, vines and orchards impart some coolness to the journey.

    The carriages are either open or closed but they are all red and the journey is bound to take you back to a bygone era.

  • Parking

    Parking

    There are zones in the Town of Sintra where payment is required in order to park your vehicle on public roads. These zones are duly signposted. In order to validate your parking, you should acquire the respective ticket from parking meters. Payment can be made with €0.05, €0.10, €0.20, €0.50, €1.00 and €2.00 coins. The meters do not give change, for which reason the total amount inserted is converted into parking time.

    You can also use the Portela de Sintra 24 Hour car park. This park is connected to bus and train services. The maximum fare / day is 1.50€ (including VAT)

    Portela de Sintra Park GPS Coordinates are:  38°48'9.12"N  / 9°22'27.53"W

    For further information or if you have any doubts, please consult the website EMES, E.M at www.emes.pt

  • Tourist Train

    Tourist Train

    Let yourself be conquered by the Village of the Thousand Charms aboard our tourist train.
    Enjoy a guided tour with passage through the most emblematic places of Sintra, namely the National Palace of Sintra, Quinta da Regaleira, Moorish Castle and Pena Palace.

    The  Circuito da Pena  has one stop at Volta do Duche and another at Estrada da Pena.

    The complete tour lasts 45 minutes.

     

    Contact

    Mobile +351 918 258 001

    E-mail: geral@comboiodesintra.pt

    Additional Information  www.comboiodesintra.pt

  • Train

    Train

    CP sells a 'Train&Bus’ ticket which can be used on Scotturb buses, making it ideal for tourist visits. With this ticket you have priority access to the main landmarks in the districts of Sintra, Cascais and Lisbon.

    CP also sells a tourist pass in partnership with other transport operators called the ‘Lisboa Card’ which allows visitors unlimited travel on the metro (underground train) and buses as well as on the train from Lisbon to the districts of Sintra and Cascais  This pass includes priority access to various museums, historical monuments and other points of interest in greater Lisbon.

    Additional information: www.cp.pt

  • CitySightseeng Sintra

    CitySightseeng Sintra

    Douro Acima organizes tours by bus, with the system Hop on - Hop off, the ticket is valid for 24 hours in the circuit after the first use.

    There are two circuits which include the crossing of the main monuments in Sintra, including: National Palace of Sintra and Pena, the Moorish castle, the Countess Challet, Regaleira Estate, Monserrate Park, Capuchin Convent and Cabo da Roca.

    Mobile. 910 237 733
    E-mail: sintra@douroacima.pt
    Site: www.douroacima.com

  • Buses

    Buses

    Scotturb is a bus company that serves the district of Sintra. It has 33 concessions, 22 of which operate exclusively in the district.

    Additional  information: www.scotturb.com

  • By Train

    By Train

    From Lisbon to Sintra the trip takes 45 minutes

    The carriage of bicycles in Urban and Regional trains is free, every day and at all times tables.

    See Time Table

  • By Car

    By Car

    You can come to Sintra using
    IC 19 (From Lisbon), IC 30 (From Mafra) or EN 9 (A5/Cascais)
    See Map

    Or the  A16
    See Map

     

  • By Plane

    By Plane

    Sintra is served by Lisbon International Airport is only 30 km away, which has daily flights to and from major cities in the world by major international airlines.

    Contact:
    Ana – Aeroportos de Portugal
    Tel. +351 218413500 / Fax: +351 218413675

    lisbon.airport@ana.pt | www.ana.pt

  • By Bus

    By Bus

    From Ericeira
    See Time Table

    From Mafra
    See Time Table

    From Cascais
    See Time Table 403; 417

    From Oeiras
    See Time Table 467

     

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