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Pena Palace is absolutely stunning and definitely worth a visit, but I’d recommend to buy the ticket to the park which is 7.50€, and not the park + entry to the palace ticket which costs double. The park ticket allows you to visit all the...More
We took a bus from Chasis to Sintra. We were dropped off at the main area to catch busses up to the Palace. We bought our ticket which included all buses for the day at the bus station in Chasis, 15 Euros. The trip up...More
Pena Palace is beautiful! Try to get there at opening time to beat the crowds. There is a 15 minute uphill walk to get from the ticket office to the Palace, or you can wait for a shuttle bus ride. The Palace is opulent and...More
The Pena Palace is a 19th century Romanticism Era castle located in Sintra, Portugal and stands atop the Sintra Mountains. The ornate palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is worth the climb! The hills are steep, but the Palace, Gardens, and views are breathtaking.
When you arrive here you have the choice of visiting the Castle itself inside, we paid to go in. Entry is through an entrance near to the Cafe upstairs. It is a little expensive but it is definitely worth it. The rooms that you pass...More
We were two couples and all 4 of us enjoyed this place.
Beautiful nature, castle, tiles.
So many gorgeous details and colors.
On a sunny day it will be a great getaway with the family or friends.
I would definitely recommend other people to spend...More
Visited in November and paid the admission price for the Palace and gardens (14 eur pp). Enjoyed the walk up the hill to the palace entrance, however was disappointed to see a long queue already formed. Hadn't realised that the queue went around corner after...More
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We waited online to get in for over 2 hours. the whole walkthrough through the palace probably only takes 45 minutes .to tell you the truth it wasn't even worth it. the views are better outside you could do the outside tour... More
We waited online to get in for over 2 hours. the whole walkthrough through the palace probably only takes 45 minutes .to tell you the truth it wasn't even worth it. the views are better outside you could do the outside tour or you see the architecture outside that was a better view than what was inside