Worth going, the palace is not big, there are few people and clean, the white palace under the blue sky and white clouds looks very fresh and comfortable. There are not many exhibits in the palace, but they are very distinctive. The surrounding small streets are very distinctive and worth visiting.
The residence of Portuguese Royal family, said to the sole survivor of Royal Palace of Middle Ages
[Sintra Palace] I booked a one-day tour product from Ctrip. The tour guide, Xiao Guo, is a very professional and dedicated sassy girl. While driving along the way, she explained about the history and local culture of Portugal, allowing us tourists to have a preliminary understanding of Sintra in a short time. Two white conical chimneys stand tall in the palace, which is very characteristic. This palace is located beside a lively small road, but surprisingly it is exceptionally quiet and beautiful. Most of the tourists in the hall are Europeans and Americans. I was deeply attracted by the various murals on the interiors and walls. In fact, there is also a treasure of the town shop in the palace. The building model with Chinese characteristics is collected in the corner of the other hall (may be made of ivory, but I don't remember it clearly). Attracting tourists from all over the world who come for sightseeing.
Sintra Palace is listed as a World Heritage Site. Since the 15th century, it has been a summer resort for many Portuguese kings and the best-preserved medieval royal palace in Portugal. The palace’s rooms are covered with detailed tile paintings, making the entire palace magnificent. The most special appearance is the two big inverted triangular chimneys like horns.