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Its like stepping back in time a visit to Sintra Portugal with it's hilly cobbled streets, people literally have to stand in the narrow street to open their front doors. We found free parking at the top of town and walked up and down the...More
Were passing by to visit the castle and stopped to check it out!Cute Middle Ages Themed market with jewelry, leather goods, swords and shields and much more!Also food beer and open sitting area available!
The historic town of Sintra has narrow streets that are not designed for the traffic of today. If at all possible avoid going in by car. We were fortunate to find an all day park outside the office of Tourism. Sintra is hilly and the...More
Very close to Lisbon, you must go to this town , with so many small strets, you will have the opportunity to walk up the hill, an in each street you can find small stores with many souvenirs, the cork items such as bags is...More
Sintra is Lisbon's mountain retreat. Just 30 minutes by train out of Lisbon and you are in a quiet and beautifully scenic town with great attractions ranging from street sculptures through one of the most bizarre estates you will ever tour to a stunning pasteleria
If you are staying in Sintra for a few days, this is a great place for buying reasonably priced fruit and vegetables. There is a great bakery which I recommend. This is where the locals go. There is limited craft and clothing stalls. I went...More
Stopped here on while on a day tour of Lisbon & neighboring cities. Found several lovely stores with local products for the both the touristy & the more discriminating buyers. Plus on the walk up the hill there were some artists selling their own wares....More