Grand Tour Sintra, Cabo da Roca and Cascais

Join us and discover the Art and Soul of Cascais and Sintra

Grand Tour Sintra, Cabo da Roca and Cascais

Join us and discover the heart and soul of Sintra. In this Sintra tour, visit Sintra, a world heritage site, one of the most special places in the world! 


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Sintra is the city in the clouds. You will travel in time and return to the medieval times when you visit the Mourish Castle on the top of the Mountain, the Capucho´s Convent from the 13Th century or The Palace on the top of the Sintra mountain. This is the famous Pena Palace built by the Moors in the 10th Century, with a Monastery built by King Manuel in the 15th century and all rebuilt by King Ferdinand the German in the 19th century. This is really the jewel of the crown used by our royal family until the end of our monarchy.
Quinta da Regaleira is another must see in Sintra where you discover a mix of history, mystery and eccentricity by discovering the magical, artistic and eclectic palace, gardens and underground galleries. Discover the Templars, the Romantic and esoteric influences in this place.
But there is more to see and visit…Monserrate Palace belonged to the British Cook family, a beautiful organic construction in the middle of the green mountain of Sintra. If you like the historical facts the Sintra´s National Palace  is full of royal glamour and history, representing many of the kings that lived, died or had their own coronation there. Discover our history and sweeten your apetite with our adventure stopping at Piriquita pastry shop
Take a break for lunch in the beautiful and picturesque city of Cascais, where you can take time for a walk by the sea or a delicious meal with fresh fish, seafood in the many traditional restaurants before you return to Sintra for the second part of this adventure. 
We will also give you a chance to sea the beautiful Guincho , the wild and sporty windy beach of Lisbon. 
The choice is yours but we always offer the magical touch. 

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Tour Schedule

From 1st January to 31th December

Monday                                   8h30m – 17h00

Tuesday                                   8h30m – 17h00

Wednesday                             8h30m – 17h00

Thursday                                 8h30m – 17h00

Friday                                       8h30m – 17h00

Sutarday                                  8h30m – 17h00

Sunday                                     8h30m – 17h00

Booking Conditions

This is a normal Tour… no require any special Condition… For further Information, please contact us: 



Sintra Historical Center (Stop)
Delicious Pastry ‘Travesseiro’ (Taste)
Sintra National Palace (Passage)
Sintra Natural Park (Passage)
Quinta da Regaleira (Stop)


± 11h00

Roca Cape (Stop)
Guincho Beach (Passage)
Cascais (Stop)


± 13h00

Free Time for Lunch (Stop)
Trip back from Cascais to Sintra


 ± 15h00

Pena Palace and it’s gardens (Stop)
Trip Back to Lisbon
Drop Off

What is Included


  • Professional and Local Guide
  • Informative Tour: Detailled Info about Lisbon History and Monuments and Museums
  • Free Pick up and drop off at your accomodation or selected spot in Lisbon Área. (subject to availability)
  • Small Van up to 8 persons
  • Insurance according portuguese to law
  • 5 languages available:
    English | Italian | Spanish |  French | Portuguese

What´s not included

Entrance ticket and lunch




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Free Pick Up

Tour Guide

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