独步悠然311Cape Roca (Cape Roca)-the westernmost point of the entire Eurasian continent "Onde a terra acaba eo marcomeça" (Onde a terra acaba eo marcomeça), the winter solstice of 2016, I was named "the world's most worthwhile One of the 50 places to go, Sintra-Cape Roca (Cape Roca) is basking in the warm Portuguese sun. It is the westernmost point of Portugal and the westernmost point of the entire Eurasian continent. It is a narrow cliff about 140 meters above sea level in Portugal adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean. Before I came, my friend reminded me that the wind in Cape Roca is very windy, so we need to keep warm, and God really took care of us that day, not only the weather is super good, but the wind is not too strong, nor cold, hahahahaha, character So good. Take bus No. 403 next to the Sintra railway station (the number of services is limited, working days and holidays are different, and some services are less than Cape Roca, please watch the departure timetable at the station in advance to avoid errors), the terminal is It is Cape Roca, about 45 minutes by car. [Cabo da Roca] Attraction location: Estrada do Cabo da Roca s/n 2705-001 Colares, Portugal Transportation: Take bus No. 403 next to Sintra Railway Station (limited frequency, working days and holidays are different, and there are The departure time is less than Cape Roca, please watch the departure timetable at the station in advance to avoid mistakes), the terminal is Cape Roca, the journey takes about 45 minutes. The last bus to return is after sunset. Please also watch the time in advance. The bus from Sintra Railway Station runs about an hour. Please watch the departure timetable at the station in advance to avoid errors. Generally, the latest departure back to Sintra is At around 20:00, 4 euros one way, buy a ticket on the train, you can consider buying a BUS+TRAIN in Lisbon, 15 euros, including the train from Lisbon to Sintra and all local and surrounding buses in Sintra, which is more cost-effective Tickets: Free Opening Hours: All day
疯癫小魔猪[Navigational Monument] It is the "neighbor" of the Belém Tower, which is only a ten-minute walk away. It was built to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the death of Prince Henry the navigator. On the monument are statues of Henry and 80 other sailors, as well as famous generals, missionaries and scientists in Portuguese history. There is also a world map on the ground in front of the stele with the date when the New World was discovered. It has now become a symbol of Portugal.
心灵宫殿"One of the seven wonders of Portugal, this life must go", the most prominent monument in Lisbon, Portugal, is not only magnificent, but also very ornate carvings and decorations, listed as the world's 10 most beautiful churches, one of the seven wonders of Portugal, Also a must see when visiting Lisbon, Portugal! The Jeronimos Monastery is located opposite the Navigation Monument and is a great building complex from a distance, first of all amazing at its size, the monastery is connected to the church on the right side, stretching over 300 meters from the legendary Tatsu! In 1983, the Jeronimos Monastery, along with the Belem Tower, was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walking into the monastery's gorgeous South Gate, the tour was set anti-clockwise, and saw numerous statues, wall decorations and minarets on the walls. The arches, triangles and arcs contain Manuel elements everywhere. There are scenes from the birth of Jesus, such as the statues of the saints as Manuel I, the Virgin Mary, the saint Jerome, and St John. The interior of the monastery also uses a lot of gold looted from Brazil, which is glittering and glittering. Many important people in history have also slept here, such as the greatest poetic soul of Portugal, Carmons, explorer Visco ． Da ． Gamma. There are many stories about the monastery, and of course, don't forget, the famous Portuguese egg tart was invented by the nuns of the monastery. The Jeronimos Abbey is a perfect combination of Gothic and Renaissance, considered by later generations as the treasure of Manuel-style architecture, the only thing in history that can not be copied; it is also given important religious and political meaning, this life must go! Tourist Tips:) The Jeronimos Monastery Address: Praçado Império1400-206Lisboa; Tickets: 10 euros for adults; 12 euros for a combined ticket (including the Belem Tower); Free opening on the first Sunday of each month; If there is a plan to visit the Belem Tower after visiting the monastery, you can buy a combined ticket, and the price is affordable, and you have saved the trouble of queuing at the Belem Tower; Opening hours: October - May 10:00-17:30, May - September 10:00-18:30; Stop visitors half an hour before closing; Closed time: Monday, January 1, May 1, Easter and Christmas. Traffic: 1. With group; 2. Self-driving; 3. Take the tram 15E or bus 201, 714 until the Belém-Jerónimos station. Travel route guide: The Jeronimos Monastery - Empire Square - Belem Eggs Shop - Discoverer Monument - Belem Tower (the above attractions are very close, walking distance). If you are too exposed, there are volunteers at the door to give visitors scarves, please remember to return when you go out; After visiting the monastery, don't miss the nearby Centennial Belem Eggs Shop.
凹凸曼和小伙伴The most beautiful castle Pena Palace encounters wind and rain?
1.5 hours from Lisbon
🚘Travel method: self-driving
🌀The weather is the biggest variable of this trip. When I drive to Sintra, the sky starts to rain. Although the rain is not heavy, the visibility is greatly reduced. After reaching the top of the mountain, the fog was lingering, and Pena Palace could only see a fuzzy outline. Although it is full of fairy spirit, but this location is basically out of play.
However, because of the rain, the number of visitors dropped sharply, which is also considered to be off-peak due to the weather.
🎫Ticket: 14 Euro
You don’t need to book in advance, just buy it on site.
1⃣️The Pena Palace on a sunny day is really like a fairy tale castle. The walls of the building are composed of red, yellow, gray, blue and purple, which is very romantic.
2⃣️The Pena Palace has a rich collection. Exquisite tableware is displayed in the banquet hall, recreating the daily life of the royal family.
3⃣️There will be some ornaments in the corners and corners, and you can easily find the unique designs that appeared after the cultural exchanges between the East and the West. The shapes of many utensils, even today, have considerable difficulty in firing.
Broken thoughts, although the exquisite collections and magnificent palaces make our trip worthwhile, it is a pity that we did not encounter a sunny day. There will always be uncontrollable factors of this or that during the trip, which may be remembered after a few years. , Is also a different kind of feeling.
Lisbon is the stunning capital city of Portugal, and is one of the most charismatic and vibrant cities of Europe. It is a city that effortlessly blends traditional heritage, with striking modernism and progressive thinking.As a holiday destination, Lisbon offers a rich and varied history, a buzzing nightlife and is blessed with a glorious year-round climate. The city has a welcoming and liberal atmosphere, while still embracing its deep-rooted heritage and extensive history. The Rossio the liveliest square in the city, where people stop to sit and relax, or for a drink at the several atmospheric cafés with outdoor sitting (the most popular is the art-deco "Cafe Nicola" on the western side). The square is situated in the city’s Baixa neighbourhood, on the northern end of Rua Augusta, very close to Restauradores Square. During your time in Lisbon, a trip to Belem Tower should be on your itinerary. Without a doubt it is a beautiful site and is listed as a world heritage monument. It´s only a short journey from Lisbon itself, easy to get to, and easy to combine with other sites nearby. Lisbon’s trams are an integral part of the public transport network, and cover many of the areas of the city where there is no access to the metro. The Articulado trams provide a higher passenger capacity but are confined to the flat sections of the city, and only operate along the 15E route, which connects central Lisbon to the Belem district.
Lisbon is probably best known for its colonialist history, ornate architecture and tradition of Fado music. But some of its best features are in the everyday – spectacular hilltop vistas in Alfama or at St. George's Castle, pleasant year-round weather and friendly locals. To enjoy these, bring some comfortable footwear and a pocket map of the public transit system, or just hop on Tram 28 to see it all. Plan on spending a half-day to a full day exploring the waterfront neighborhood of Belém, or maybe plan a daytrip to the palace-heavy Sintra, located 20 miles northwest of Lisbon.
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this is my first time to go Portugal.
and I’m staying in a cute with beautiful view homeboat. the homeboat got a roof top.
I’m sure I will be back there soon.
And I need to thank you ctrip because I booked my flight here. 😊 and I will book my flight here in future.
Sintra is a Portuguese village located very close to Lisbon. There are several attractions to know in the city, I suggest spending more than a day in the city.
Pictured is the Palácio da Pena, which on July 7, 2007 was elected as one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal. #historicallandmarks #portugal
In a foggy day, the Palácio de Sintra behind me looks very special. Despite the fog, the photo looks good with me in!
“ By day Lisbon has a naive theatrical quality that enchants and captivates, but by night it is a fairy-tale city, descending over lighted terraces to the sea, like a woman in festive garments going down to meet her dark lover. “
Lisbon is an ideal weekend trip destination in Europe. It’s a perfect destination for couples, friends, solo and families. Eat delicious food, walk at the cute streets, take a funicular or visit this 25 de Abril bridge which looks like the famous bridge in San Francisco.
Lisbon you have my heart 💛
I can't imagine a more beautiful and charming European city! If you're hunting for a city full to the brim with delicious, Michelin restaurants, Lisbon can't be missed!
The pictures are from the Palaco da Pena located in the small town of #sintra in #portugal . The place is very colorful with super nice views and a good landscape. It is located in a small forest on a hill. If you stay in Lisbon you can access the palace by trains that are running frequently and cheap. If you go by car note that the parking places are limited.