Lisbon to Sintra Day Trip, visiting Portugal’s stunning Fairytale Castles

Lisbon to Sintra Day Trip, visiting Portugal’s stunning Fairytale Castles

Are you thinking of doing a Lisbon to Sintra day trip? In this article, I’m going to tell you everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra.

This Sintra day trip itinerary is going to tell you all the best things to see in Sintra, useful information about getting to Sintra as well as some insider tips for the perfect day trip from Lisbon.

Sintra is only 30km away from Lisbon, so it would be sacrilege to not visit Sintra as part of your Lisbon itinerary. Lisbon is one of my favourite European cities (you can find out why it’s so amazing here). Just a short journey away from Portugal’s capital, you’ll find yourself surrounded by a scene straight from a Disney fantasy film set; rolling hills and mountains, covered in thick and luscious green forests, dotted with fairy-tale castles and stunning mansions fronted with well-manicured gardens.

There’s so much to see in Sintra in one day if you have the time I would highly recommend splitting this Sintra day trip itinerary across two days to enjoy it at a more leisurely pace. However, if you’re pushed for time it’s possible to see all the highlights of Sintra in 1 day.

This one day in Sintra itinerary will give you a decent overview of the pretty town, the best things to see in Sintra, including the stunning Pena Palace and the extravagant Quinta da Regaleira. I’m also going to tell you how to make the most out of you Lisbon to Sintra day trip.

So, what are you waiting for? Grab yourself a brew and let’s find out more about this Sintra day trip itinerary.

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Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace
Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace

Lisbon to Sintra day trip itinerary
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Top Tips for your Lisbon to Sintra day trip

    • Sintra is a fairly compact area, but even though something looks close on the map, bear in mind it’s probably not a 10-minute walk due to the hilly terrain. Make use of the efficient and affordable tourist bus for getting about.
    • Don’t’ drive your own car for your Lisbon to Sintra day trip, it’s near impossible to park.
    • If you have time, ideally you’d want at least one day in Sintra. However, you can see all the highlights in just one day IF you get there before the crowds. Set out early!
    • Make sure you’re wearing a comfortable pair of shoes. Sintra is hilly and you’ll be walking about all day, so you’ll get a decent let workout too!
    • Buy your tickets online in advance to avoid the crowds. This often allows you to fast track some of the queues.
    • If you don’t want to hassle with the public transport, book onto one of the tours that pick you up and drops you off at your hotel.

Top Things to see at Sintra in one day

      • Palácio Nacional da Pena (Pena Palace) 
      • Parque de Pena (Pena Park) 
      • Sintra Old Town 
      • Quinta da Regaleira

and if you have time…….

      • Castelo dos Mouros (The Moors Castle)
      • Palácio de Monserrate (Monserrate Palace)
Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace
Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace

Getting to Sintra from Lisbon

Sintra is a relatively small and compact town, with not a great deal of parking considering the number of visitors it receives. For your Lisbon to Sintra day trip, leave the car at home. You’ll loose valuable time trying to find a non-existent parking spot.

On the busiest days, parking will be non-existent and you’ll waste a load of time trying to find a parking spot and then when you do find somewhere to leave the car, it will probably be in the road and absolutely miles away from everything you want to see. Bad idea.

The best way to get to Sintra from Lisbon is by taking the train. To get the train to Sintra, you’ll need to get to Lisbon’s Rossio Station. Train times vary depending on the time of year (there are more in the summer months) but there will be several an hour.

The 40-minute journey costs 5 Euro for a return. At peak season, the trains can get busy, so catch the earliest one as humanly possible – I suggest around 8-8.30am.

You can check the time table here.

Getting around Sintra

There are several ways of getting around Sintra without a car. For starters, you can walk. However, on the map, the top destinations look only a short distance from each other, bear in mind that Sintra is in a hilly area, so what looks like a 10-minute stroll can easily turn into a 45-minute uphill slog. 

However, if you have more than one day in Sintra, I highly recommend walking some of these trails. But for your Lisbon to Sintra day trip, I highly suggest you take advantage of the efficient buses.

The easiest way to get around Sintra is the Tourist Bus – lookout for numbers 434 and 435 which loop around the circuit of the best things to see in Sintra. You can pick up both of these tourist buses just outside of Sintra Station.

The 434 (Pena Line)

  Sintra Train Station > Historic City Centre, Tourist Office, Sintra National Palace > Castle of the Moors > Pena Palace > Historic City Centre – Sintra National Palace > Sintra Train Station

 

The 435 (4 Palaces Line)

  Sintra Train Station > Historic City Centre, Tourist Office, Sintra National Palace > Regaleira Palace > Seteais Palace > Monserrate Palace > Seteais Palace > Regaleira Palace > Historic City Centre, Sintra National Palace > Sintra Train Station 

These buses work as a hop-on-hop-off ticket. You can get on and off as many times as you like, however, you can only complete the circuit once!

The 434 (Pena Line) costs €3.90 for a single, although it’s worthwhile paying for the hop-on-hop-off ticket which costs €6.90. 

The 435 (4 Palaces Line) costs €5 for the hop-on-hop-off ticket. 

You can buy a combination ticket which covers the 434 and 435 route for € 15.10.

Check full listings here.

Alternatively, you could use the iconic red Hop-on Hop-off bus to get about Sintra.

 Prebook now: Sintra HopOn HopOff Bus

Sintra day trip itinerary, your complete guide on spending one day in Sintra

Palácio Nacional da Pena (Pena Palace)

Start your Sintra day trip itinerary at Palácio Nacional da Pena (Pena Palace). From Sintra train station, catch the 434 bus and head straight there, skipping the pretty town centre of Sintra for now. Get off at the stop marked Palácio Nacional da Pena.

This colourful fairy tale palace is the most popular destination in the whole of Sintra, so to make the most of your one day in Sintra, be sure to get here early. It gets busy!

If you’ve done any research on your Lisbon itinerary, then most likely, you will have seen the stunning images of Sintra, in particular, the bright yellow and red towers, covered in turrets and bulbous roofs. Honestly, it’s a magical looking place. Pena Palace is a MUST for any Sintra itinerary.

Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace
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There are two types of tickets for Pena Palace. One allows you to enter the grounds and the whole of the outside of the castle. The other one gives you access to the inner quarters and all their opulence to see where the Portuguese royal family once lived until 1910.

I’m glad I went inside, it’s incredibly ornate, however, depending on how much time you have (and if there’s a queue) you might want to skip this, as there is so much to see outside of Pena Palace without spending the extra (time and money) going into the quarters.

When you get inside the walls of Pena Palace & Park, you’ll see swathes of lush green forested grounds and immaculately manicured flower beds. You’ll also see a bus stop (depending on when you get here, you will probably also see a queue of people). You’ve probably noticed by now that Sinta is very hilly. The hills don’t stop just because you’re inside the palace grounds. 

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Pena Palace is located on top of a hill, overlooking these grounds. There is a bus stop near the entrance to the park where (if you’re feeling lazy) you can get the bus up the hill. It’s a lovely walk, although steep in places, through the gardens and forests, so I suggest you do this if you have the time. 

Whichever way you get up to the palace, you’ll enter it through Moorish-inspired gateways (there are several) into courtyards with walls adorning glazed and colourful Azulejo tiles which reflect the sunlight. There are numerous routes that you can take, so be sure to spend plenty of time exploring the terraces and walkways outside of the living quarters. 

If you do decide to enter the living quarters, they’ve been lovingly restored to show how it would have looked in the early 1900s just before Portugal’s revolution of 1910, when the royal family fled. You’ll see the inner courtyard and a range of rooms and halls that you’ll get ushered through. 

Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace
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Palácio da Pena was completed in 1854. However, the history of Pena Palace stems back a long time before that. 

In about 1500, there was actually a monastery here. If you’ve read my article on Lisbon, I mention loads of times about the 1755 Lisbon Earthquake that nearly destroyed the city. It was that same earthquake that pretty much destroyed the original monastery. It laid in disrepair for 100 years until King Ferdinand II used the remnants of the foundations and building to create a summer palace. This was to be used by the Portuguese royal family during the warm summer months. 

As you wander around the grounds of the palace, you’ll find it’s a whole mish-mash of different styles with influences from Romantic to Gothic to Moorish architectural styles. Not only was Pena Palace influenced by so many styles in its construction, but it’s also said that Germany’s iconic fairytale castle Neuschwanstein Castle was influenced by Pena Palace

PENA PALACE USEFUL INFO

Ticket prices:

Park – Ticket for adults (18 – 64 yrs) – 7,5 euros

Palace & Park – Ticket for adults (18 – 64 yrs) – 14 euros

Palace opening hours: 

Park – 09h00 – 19h00, last ticket sale and last admission 18h00

Palace- 09h30 – 18h30, last ticket sale 17h30 and last entrance 18h00

To make the most out of your one day in Sintra, buy your tickets in advance to skip the queue at the gate.

 Prebook now: Pena Palace and Park Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entrance

Parque de Pena (Pena Park)

After looking around Pena Palace, be sure to spend some time exploring the grounds surrounding it. If you are lucky enough to be there in the spring, you’ll find it filled with pretty flowers and blossoms which smell divine.

The gardens are extensive, so with just one day in Sintra, you probably won’t have time to see it all. However, there are a few places that you should make time for.

Take the trail out towards the Cruz Alta. Also known as the High Cross, this is a trail that leads uphill to a cross on top of the rocks. The view looking back at Pena Palace is sublime, especially if you get here early in the day just as the mist is rising. The walk does take about 25 minutes, but if you only see one thing in the park on your Lisbon to Sintra day trip, make sure this is it!

If you’ve got a little bit longer then I adored the cute Chalet and Garden of the Countess of Edla. The Chalet looks like it’s been plucked straight out of a fairytale woodland. With vines growing over the outside, bark clad balconies and elven shaped doorways and surrounded by well-manicured flower beds and trees in blossom I half expected to see Snow White and the Seven Dwarves here.  

Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace
Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace

Sintra Old Town

After you’ve explored Pena Palace and the park, catch the 434 bus back down to Sintra Old Town.

There are so many options of places to eat here, ranging from cafes to restaurants. One of the most popular cafes here (and that I highly recommend) is Piriquita. They specialise in Portuguese pastries, I tried a couple from their menu; they were too delicious to resist! 

The town is very small and (like everything in Sintra) super cute and it would be a shame not to see any of it during your Sintra day trip itinerary. After grabbing a bite to eat, be sure to have a wander through the quaint cobbled lanes before heading to your next destination Quinta de Regaleira.

Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace
Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace

Quinta da Regaleira

If you decide to walk here from Sintra Old Town, then it will take around 20 minutes. Thankfully there are no major hills apart from the last bit, also the walk meanders past some other stunning buildings and a cool fountain. Alternatively, you could catch the 435 bus from Sintra Old Town. 

So, Quinta de Regaleira isn’t as colourful as Pena Palace by a long shot, however, it’s insanely more ornate and opulent! It was certainly a highlight of my Lisbon to Sintra day trip.

Similarly to Pena Palace, this was a private estate (the word Quinta translates to private). Originally the land was owned by the Viscount of Regaleira. It was then bought by the millionaire, António Augusto Carvalho Monteiro in 1890s. Between 1904 and 1910 he transformed the estate into what you can see today.

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Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace

To say the house is exquisite is an understatement. The gothic style building is covered in gargoyles, with ornate columned balconies and pretty windows. Inside is just as magnificent with mosaics, wooden carvings and detailed murals on every surface. This is one of the best things to see in Sintra.

The stunning house sits within lavish nine acres of terraced gardens. The gardens are filled with rockpools, grottoes, folly castles and towers, underground mazes and the iconic Initiation Well. Make your way to the Initiation Well first (it’s at the top of the gardens), it can get busy if you bump into one of the tour groups here.

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Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace

So, there are several stories behind the Initiation Well that I heard about, some say it was for religious ceremonies, someone else said it was to do with a cult, others said it was secret orders like the Masons or Knights Templar. Either way, it’s an amazing feature of the gardens. 

The narrow columned spiral staircase circles to the bottom of the Initiation Well. At the bottom, there is a ‘hidden tunnel’ through a small maze-like system leading you back out into the gardens.

You could spend hours exploring the gardens and all the quirky hidden features. Honestly, the whole place is like a ‘playground’. I could just imagine in its heyday some epic parties went on here. 

QUINTA DE REGALEIRA USEFUL INFO

Ticket prices:

House and Gardens – Ticket for adults (18 – 64 yrs) – 6 euros

Guided Tour – 10 euros

Quinta da Ragaleira opening hours: 

Summer – 09h30 – 20h00, last ticket sale and last admission 19h00

Winter- 09h30 – 18h00, last ticket sale and last admission 17h30

See all the highlights of Sintra including Quinta da Regaleira.

 Prebook now: Quinta da Regaleira and Sintra Highlights Full-Day Tour

IF YOU HAVE MORE TIME…

Castelo dos Mouros (The Moors Castle)

So if you’ve got a bit of time on your Lisbon to Sintra day trip, or you have longer than just a day in Sintra then there are a couple of things I’d totally recommend doing.

The first is the Castelo dos Mouros or the Moorish Castle. The undulating castle is perched right on top of a hill overlooking the valley. The 9th-century castle has been well restored so you can walk the whole meandering circuit of it for some awesome panoramic shots.

Aside from the walls, there’s not so much to see here, you could do the wall walk in about 30 minutes to an hour. However, it’s nearly opposite the Pena Palace. So, you could add a short jaunt to Castelo dos Mouros, before catching the 434 bus back down to Sintra Old Town. It’s a great addition to your Sintra itinerary if you have the time.

Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace

CASTELO DOS MOUROS USEFUL INFO

Ticket prices:

Ticket for adults (18 – 64 yrs) – 8 euros

Quinta da Ragaleira opening hours: 

Summer – 09h30 – 20h00, last ticket sale and last admission 19h00

Winter- 10h00 – 18h00, last ticket sale and last admission 17h00

To make the most out of your one day in Sintra, buy your tickets in advance to skip the queue at the gate.

 Prebook now: Castle of the Moors Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entrance

Palácio de Monserrate (Monserrate Palace)

The second place you could add to your one day in Sintra itinerary is the Palácio de Monserrate. The palace is located 4km outside of Sintra beyond Quinta de Regaleira, so if you purchased the 435 bus ticket, then use this to get there.

Monserrate Palace was built in the 19th Century as a summer home for Sir Francis Cook. Cook was a merchant, and at the time, was Englands richest man. He built the intricate mansion through inspiration from his trading of textiles. The design of the mansion features Islamic architecture but also shows elements of Moorish and Gothic styles in the building work. Check out the detailing on things like the geometric lattices on windows and the intricate stone carvings. The gardens also contain exotic plants which Cook personally collected.

Situated in beautiful gardens the Monserrate Palace is much more tranquil than most other attractions in Sintra. so if the crowds are too much on your Lisbon to Sintra day trip, then this is a great option. The reason why it’s not as busy is simply that it’s so far away from the other Sintra attractions.

Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace
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Palácio de Monserrate USEFUL INFO

Ticket prices:

Ticket for adults (18 – 64 yrs) – 8 euros

Palácio de Monserrate opening hours: 

Summer – 09h30 – 20h00, last ticket sale and last admission 19h00

Winter- 10h00 – 18h00, last ticket sale and last admission 17h00

To make the most out of your one day in Sintra, buy your tickets in advance to skip the queue at the gate.

 Prebook now: Palace of Monserrate and Park Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entrance

Back to Lisbon

Your Lisbon to Sintra day trip is coming to an end. After a full day exploring Sintra, it’s time to head back to Lisbon. You could either catch the bus back to Sintra train station or walk there. If you’re feeling hungry, you could either stop in Sintra Old Town again, alternatively, there are a handful of restaurants dotted around the train station.

Where to stay in Sintra

If you do plan to stay longer than one day in Sintra (you lucky thing!) there’s no shortage of places to stay. Check out these great places. If you have a couple of days, there’s no shortage of things to add to your Sintra itinerary.

    • On a budget:  Casa Azul Hostel is a great option if you’re on a budget, it comes with great buffet breakfast! Centrally located to all the top attractions with a shared lounge and terrace. It’s a fab option for solo travellers. 
    • Mid-Budget: Chalet Saudade is located in the centre of Sintra slightly away from the main tourist areas. The building dates back to the 19th century and still has loads of character. It’s been completely renovated to offer comfortable and modern rooms. 
    • Blow the Budget: Tivoli Palacio de Seteais is the most lavish place to stay in Sintra. This 5-star hotel boasts ‘elegant’ decor and is in walking distance to Sintra Old Town. It’s set in the mountainside of Sintra with views of the Moorish Castle and Pena Palace. There’s also an onsite swimming pool, tennis courts and an equestrian centre.

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Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace
Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace
Visit Portugal's most beautiful fairytale castles on a fully packed Lisbon to Sintra day trip. Everything you need to know about spending one day in Sintra. All the best things to see in Sintra are included in this full-on Sintra Itinerary. Includes getting to Sintra, and visiting Pena Palace. #Portugal #Lisbon #Sintra #PenaPalace

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