Day trip

From Lisbon: Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra, & Pena Palace Trip

From Lisbon: Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra, & Pena Palace Trip

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From US$ 75.34 per person

Likely to sell out Booked 22 times yesterday

Depart from Lisbon on a mesmerizing guided day tour to Quinta da Regaleira and the historic Pena Palace in Sintra with all tickets included. Relax in the picturesque fishing village of Cascais.

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Duration 9 hours
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Live tour guide
Spanish, Portuguese, English


  • Grab Pena and Regaleira tickets included in the price so you can just enjoy
  • Stroll through the luxurious gardens and Romantic palace at Quinta da Regaleira
  • Learn about the long history of Pena Palace as you marvel at its architecture
  • Take a guided tour of the town of Sintra and enjoy lunch at your own expense
  • Unwind after a long day in the quiet but scenic fishing village of Cascais
Full description

Embark on a trip back in time on this day trip from Lisbon as you explore the luxurious estate of Quinta da Regaleira, the royal residence of Pena Palace, and the historic landmarks of the town of Sintra. Stop to relax in the seaside town of Cascais.

Meet your guide at Plaza Don Pedro IV in Lisbon and drive off to your first stop. Tour the gardens and palace of Quinta da Regaleira, a Romantic construction surrounded by lakes, grottoes, and fountains. Head over to Pena Palace, just a few kilometers away.

Discover the ancient castle, which was one of the favorite residences of the royal family throughout the 19th century. Walk thorugh the fairytale-style building and learn about its facinating history.

Have free time to stroll through Sintra and purchase lunch if you're feeling hungry. Get recommendations on what to see and eat in the area. Afterwards, begin a guided tour of the main landmarks of Sintra, and hear about local secrets and stories. 

Finally, visit the quaint village of Cascais which is linked to the Portuguese royalty that once summered here. Walk along beautiful beaches, mansions, museums, and photogenic streets. Return to Lisbon at the end of your day trip.

  • Roundtrip transportation from Lisbon
  • Tour guide
  • Entrance and guided tour of Pena Palace and Quinta de Regaleira
  • Sintra and Cascais guided tours
  • Food and drinks
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned

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Important information

What to bring

  • Passport or ID card
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Water

Know before you go

  • This tour includes a moderate amount of walking. Please make sure you're physically capable of this.
Customer reviews

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4 /5

based on 49 reviews

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It has been a good excursion to Sintra being able to access the most emblematic places, the only thing missing was some radio guides since the guide, being prohibited from using a microphone and not having other means, made it difficult for all the information to reach the group, although Carla had no problem repeating it as many times as necessary

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August 8, 2022

I thoroughly recommend this tour. It was very informative about all aspects of Portugal, Lisbon, Sintra and surrounding areas. It was well planned to get to Sintra and Pena Palace early before the long queues . The tour guide explained everything in 3 languages. Also gave us extra history information about the sites we visited and other sites we passed on the way.

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August 6, 2022

The large size of the group in which we made the excursion (50 people) meant that we had to transfer to minibuses to make the last stretch of the ascent to the Palacio da Pena (Sintra), consequently this made us lose a lot of time, which prolonged the wait at the entrance of the monument. and the successive delay in the rest of the day's visits, leaving less free time than expected, for example to eat or walk around the area.

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July 31, 2022

Product ID: 418909