Quinta da Regaleira (Quinta da Regaleira)-Millionaire Monteiro’s palace. After visiting the Pena Palace, I still have some time to see. I don’t want to miss the beauty of Sintra, so I quickly took the 435 road to see Regaleira. Pull the manor. The manor was expanded from 1898-1912 and is a Manuel style summer residence. Compared with several other famous attractions in Hitra, Regaleira Manor is a place that is easily overlooked. If it were not for the suggestion of a friend, perhaps we would not go there. But such a mysterious and weird manor house has a Regaleira chapel and a luxurious park with lakes, caves, wells, benches, fountains and many exquisite buildings. It was much bigger than expected, but unfortunately, the time we were able to stay was only a hurried visit. This building is also called "Millionaire Monteiro's Palace", named after the nickname of the first owner. [Mansion Regaleira] Attraction location: 2710-567 Sintra, Portugal Transportation: Sintra Railway Station to take bus No. 435 Tickets Adults: 6 Euros Children under 14 years of age: 3 Euros Special discounts: 4 Euros Opening hours 10:00- 17:30 (January, February and November); 10:00-18:30 (March and October); 10:00-20:00 (April to September); the last entry time in summer is closed 1 hour before the museum, 30 minutes before closing in other seasons.
The Regalera Manor has the Regalera Palace, the Regalera Chapel, and a luxurious park with lakes, caves, wells, benches, fountains and many beautiful buildings. The most famous here is a 27-meter deep well, surrounded by a spiral staircase, with 9 spiral layers, symbolizing the 9-fold cycle of heaven, hell, and purgatory described by Dante. After the visit, if you have plenty of time, you can also enjoy the music performances of street performers in the open air field.
Regalera Manor is not far from Sintra, about 20 minutes’ walk away. It combines Gothic, Romanesque, Renaissance and Manuel styles. The most famous one is the ancient well. The photos that came out are also magical.
Regaleira Manor is not far from Sintra, Lisbon, and its architecture is very distinctive. Personally think this place is worth visiting. You can start from Lisbon a little earlier in the morning, first go to Pena Palace, have a light meal in Sintra at noon after the visit, then visit Regaleira Manor, and then go to Romania. Card corner.
If Pena Palace is a fairytale castle, then the Regalera Palace is a comic book, the wizard's quadratic world as "the palace of the millionaire Monteiro", the manor is integrated into Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Manuel styles and other styles. The exquisite detail of the sculptures beats the master's life on the public screen. In addition to the impressive complexes of buildings, the ancient trees and stone castle camps intersect, the mystery is full, as if one second can travel back to medieval Europe. The wind of the castle is not accidental, the initiative well of deep well is absolutely the result! The design of the 9-story spiral ladder symbolizes the 9-recycle of Heaven, Hell and Purgatory described by Dante. Look up from the bottom of the well, as if the ring can approach Heaven ～ because of this, Sakurai's reputation for the "Nine-story Goblin Tower" is not lost. No wonder some people say that to atone for sin, wash away a body of cockroaches. Then take a few more rounds around the well ～ Knock on the blackboard address: Quinta da Regaleira: R. Barbosa du Bocage 5, 2710-567 Sintra, Portugal Traffic Raiders: Sintra Railway Station takes No. 435 bus; about the price of adults EUR 6/person, children under 14 EUR 3/person business hours: 09:30-18:00; Stop admission time: 17:00 (Monday, 1st January - 31st March - Sunday) 09:30-20:00; stop admission time: 19:00 (Monday, 1st April - 30th September - Sunday) 09:30-18:00; stop admission time: 17:00 (Monday, 1st October - 31st December - Sunday) Little Tips: Palace, church and exhibition closed half an hour before the manor closing; 24, 25, 1 December closed; administrative services closed on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, with any questions being asked at the ticket office
Such a fabulous place to visit and so much to see. Whimsical turrets and amazing statues, caves and a well. A great place to take a picnic although there is a cafe, I think its completely open air but...
There is so much to see and do here - the tour of the building was enjoyable, but I particularly liked the Initiation Well - look out for the Knights Templar cross :-)
Huge domain with caves, tunnels, beautiful statues and beautiful edifices. You get lost really easily and that’s the fun of it.
We particularly wanted to visit Quinta da Regaleira because of the initiation well. We were not disappointed and the whole of this place was fascinating. We stayed near Sintra and found it quite ea...
Enormous park with beatiful “buildings” in the middle of nature. I recommend to spend a couple of hours taking a tour in this paradise.