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.
cc350Sintra Adventures, I went to the train station by the sea in Lisbon slowly in the morning, and asked for a pass to Sintra. Oh, not every train station can buy it... The good plan of the day was completely disrupted, I thought First go to the town of 007, and visit Sintra in the afternoon to visit the Pena Palace... I can only go to the town of Sintra first. The pass is about 16 euros. I finally set off. The ticket checking method of the 494 bus is also special. I bought the pass ticket. Fortunately, I didn’t tear it off. I don’t know what’s wrong. I arranged it in my bag in a ghostly manner on the train. The route of Route 494 is not a ring road. It is now the palace. It's the terminal station, and then you have to go down the mountain, you must repurchase the ticket... There are self-service ticket vending machines at the entrance of the Pena Palace, but it is convenient to go to Cape Roca next. The bus was delayed for 30 minutes, and two cars came directly. The last few seats. Good luck. Actually, it’s really far to go to Cape Roca. It’s a 40-minute mountain road. I admire the driver.
独步悠然311Quinta 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.
Karen晓喵The Mauros Castle is the only Moorish-style castle in Europe, built by the Moors in the 17th century. The castle built in the 7th century looks a bit like a mini Great Wall in the distance, across the bank from Pena Palace.
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
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!
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.
A day trip around Lisbon: from early to late Sintra
Sintra was originally a small town in the northern suburbs of Lisbon. At the end of the 13th century, it became a summer resort for the Portuguese royal family. Like Cascais, since the 18th century, the local rich have also built villas here, leaving a variety of gorgeous buildings. Such as the Moorish Castle, Pena Palace, etc., are listed in the World Cultural Heritage List. Because of the convenient transportation between Sintra and Lisbon, it takes only one hour by car, the train can reach two places directly, and with the rich historical sites, Sintra has become a must-see for every trip to Lisbon. Ground.
Suitable day trip:
1 Morning train arrives in Sintra, must be early!
2 Take the 434 road to the Pena Palace in the morning (small to early)
3 Take the 434 or walk back to visit the Moorish castle
4 at noon: return to the train station for lunch
5 Afternoon: Take the 435 to visit Regaleira Manor, walk for 20 minutes, arrange your own time
6 Evening: Take 403 to Cabo da Roca, first watch the bus time during the day, don't miss the return bus because of watching the sunset / Hh/ There are many monuments in Sintra, and the four mentioned are the most worthy places I have been to, including:
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Sintra is a small city on the outskirts of the Lisbon region of Portugal, located in the foothills of the Sintra Mountains.
There are a lot of old castles and ruins worth visiting. Moor Castle, Pena Palace and Sintra Palace,
In addition, this is the only way to go to the end of Europe at Cabo da Roca. So in 1995, it was UN UNESCO is listed as a World Heritage Site.
[How to go]
To go to Cabo da Roca. After going through Sintra, you can go to Cascais. So I suggest you go to the 3 cities to go shopping early that day.
Route: Lisbon - Sintra (all major attractions) - Cabo da Roca - Cascais - Lisbon
recommended to buy trains public transport ticket: 16.5 euros (including Lisbon The train also has regional buses)
On the second floor of Rossio Train Station in Lisbon, you can buy
Lisbon-Sintra, Cascais-Lisbon can choose trains
to visit various attractions in Sintra , Sintra to Cabo da Roca, Cabo da Roca to Cascais to choose the bus
fare all covered.
Due to limited time, I need to take 3 places a day. So in Sintra I only chose one of the attractions Pena Palace,
after getting off at the station, I can only take the sightseeing traffic in Sintra. ,
Sintra's traffic is relatively simple, such as going from the train station to the Pena Palace and then going to another place to go back to the Sintra train station or just to go around the road is not very human.
Pena Palace is the king's palace, its dazzling, strange, pretentious posture looks like a paradise castle. The palace itself is a hodgepodge of various architectural styles, with Gothic, Renaissance, Moorish and Manuel styles (Architecture of the Portuguese King Nuer I). It was the 19th century Portuguese Queen Maria. The blood of the husband of II, Ferdinand.
This is not only a Portuguese national monument, but also one of Portugal's seven wonders. It is located on the top of a hill in St. Peter's Church in Sintra, near Lisbon. It is clear in the city of Lisbon in fine weather. visible. In 1995, it was selected as a World Heritage Site as part of the Sintra Cultural Landscape. It is now frequently used for the state affairs of the Portuguese President and other government officials.
While in the Middle Ages, it was just a church of the Virgin. In 1493, the Joao II couple came here for pilgrimage, and the successor Manuel I built the monastery. In 1755, the monastery was razed to the ground during the Lisbon earthquake. In 1842-1854, the summer palace was vigorously built. The architect was the German von Eschwege, and was eventually completed in 1885.
You can take pictures outside the palace of Pena Palace. The colorful castles are also a good place for red and concave shapes.
However, you can't take pictures in the palace, and the backpack needs to be in front. Sometimes there are people who block people taking pictures.
The world heritage site of Regaleira is now one of Sintra's most famous tourist attractions. It includes the romantic Regaleira Palace and a huge park with lakes, caves, water wells, benches, fountains and many beautiful buildings.
The manor is known as the Palace of the Millionaire Monteiro. The main building has 5 floors and is the owner's living area. It is like a palace-like house. From the balcony, many can be seen from Dante. Various statues of "Divine Comedy"
The garden covers a large area, the most famous of which is the small cave hidden under the waterfall. It is directly connected to a very famous deep well. It is a good place for hide and seek
Transportation: Take the 435 bus from Sintra Railway Station
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Traveling in Portugal, you must not miss Lisbon, Lisbon is not only for the city, but also the surrounding town is suitable for day trips, such as the town of Sintra, only 40 minutes drive from Lisbon, a full day round trip.
Sintra has many castles, the most worthy of which is the Pena Palace, which is not only a Portuguese national monument, but also one of Portugal's seven wonders. Located on the hilltop in the mountains of St. Peter's Church in Sintra, near Lisbon, it is on the top of the palace overlooking the entire town of Sintra.
Tickets: 109 yuan
Converting the burnt church into a castle is still so beautiful. Entering here, people want to stop and stay longer. Stay in this fairy town for a few days. It is the town of Sintra. The first Sunday in May is Spain, Mother's Day in Portugal. There are many mothers and daughters sitting outside the restaurant, and enjoy a warm family time. Come here is more suitable for walking, shuttle between the colorful houses, happiness is so simple.
Sintra was the first land in the 19th century to gather European romantic architecture, and Ferdinand II converted the burnt church into a castle. It is a collection of Gothic, Egyptian, Moorish, and Renaissance architectural features. Also known as the fairy tale town, colorful houses, bright flowers, and princesses in the castle.