Tour Sintra Cascais

Magnificent Palaces, beautiful parks and nature, lunch at the beach, and the western most point of continental Europe. Get to know all this and more in just one day!

Wherever you are, we’ll pick you at 8:30 and take a short ride to the most famous pastry of Portugal – Fábrica de Pastéis de Belém. After feeling completely comfortable with the amount of “Pasteis” you ate and hate for ruining your diet, we are ready for some culture. Pena Palace is one of the most interesting monuments of Portugal. Initially built in the XVI century as a monastery, was adapted by the King Ferdinand II as a summer residence. Not bad for him, that also ordered to plant the impressive surrounding park that you’ll be able to visit! From here we go to the Village of Sintra. You can visit the Palace in the center or enjoy a walking ride on the surroundings, getting to know the summer houses built by the portuguese nobles and bourgeoisie. Unless you want to try the Queijadas (kind of cake made of cheese) there’s no gastronomic experience here. Magnificent lunch in one of the best fish restaurants of Portugal, with the most astonish view. The Chef recommends the Fish Soup, the grilled Sea Bass or any other fish. We’ll assure you the freshest fish of all Europe. If you can, try the Strawberry Meringue or the Sericaia as dessert. At Cabo da Roca you can enjoy the view and take all the pictures on the most Western point of European Continent. We swear that there’s no gastronomic experience here… we have to be prepared for ice cream in Cascais. Short visit in Cascais. Here there's no gastronomic program, unless you want to try the best ice cream in Portugal, the famous Santini! Now you can relax, have a nice rest on the car ride back to your place along the Marginal, where you may enjoy the magnificent sea view along the road to Lisbon.

Price

55€/Person

This is a private tour. A minimum of 3 persons or the equivalent price is required.Price does not include meals and entrance fees.

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