How do I get from Lisbon to Pena Palace?

Once you get off the train, head out to the street and look for Bus Number 434. This will take you from the train station to Sintra Town (National Palace of Sintra), then the Castle of the Moors and then Pena Palace. The journey from the station to Pena Palace took 25-30 minutes.

How do I get from Lisbon to Sintra Pena Palace?

The best way to get from Lisbon to Pena National Palace without a car is to line 35 bus which takes 1h 1m and costs €1 – €10. How long does it take to get from Lisbon to Pena National Palace? The line 35 bus from Marquês de Pombal to Sintra Train Station takes 27 min including transfers and departs every four hours.

How much does it cost to get into Pena Palace?

Parque da Pena Tourist Information

The entrance fee to the Parque da Pena is €7.50/€6.50/€6.50/€26.00 (adult/child/senior/family) and this includes the terraces of the Pena Palace. The full ticket to the palace and the gardens costs €14.00.

Can you drive to Pena Palace?

Driving up to the palaces means you need to take N 375 to get to Convento dos Capuchos first (which we skipped), then to Quinta da Regaleira, if you stay on N 375. The road is narrow, windy, and has lots of blind spots – and yes, there is oncoming traffic, so brace yourself.

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Is it worth going inside Pena Palace?

Pena Palace is a very unique palace, and it’s definitely a must-go if you visit Sintra. Because the interior of the palace is quite small as well, it got very crowded and I didn’t enjoy the visit at all! …

How much time do you need in Sintra?

While you can see the main highlights of Sintra in one day, we recommend at least two days in Sintra. This will allow you to see the most popular castles such as Pena Palace, the Moorish Castle, or Quinta de Regaleira, but also explore the area deeper and visit some lesser-known gems such as Monserrate Palace.

Where can I park my car in Sintra?

For parking near town, there’s a free car park below Sintra-Vila; follow the signs by the câmara municipal (town hall) in Estefânia. Alternatively, park at Portela de Sintra Interface and take the bus. For detailed parking info in English, see

How do I get from Lisbon to Sintra?

Getting to Sintra from Lisbon is easy. There are trains at least every 30 minutes on weekdays, every 30 minutes at weekends, from Lisbon’s city centre Rossio station. The journey takes 39 minutes and a return (round-trip) ticket is €4.30 (tariff 2016). These are local suburban trains.

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