Getting to Sintra from Lisbon couldn’t be easier; there are direct trains that run every 15 minutes from Lisbon’s central Rossio station. The journey takes roughly 40 minutes and a round-trip ticket costs 4.30 euros.
How much is train from Lisbon to Sintra?
Tickets cost €1 – €10 and the journey takes 27 min. Alternatively, Comboios De Portugal operates a train from Lisboa – Rossio to Sintra hourly. Tickets cost €2 – €3 and the journey takes 40 min.
How much does it cost to get from Lisbon to Sintra?
A single fare from Lisbon to Sintra costs €2.25/€1.15 (adult/child), and a return is twice the price at €4.50. There is a departure approximately every 30 minutes during daylight hours, and both services start early in the day and continue till late at night.
How do I get from Lisbon to Sintra by train?
By Train. Direct rail services run from Rossio Station in Lisbon’s Baixa to Sintra Station. Use the Viva Viagem card to pay for the journey. Train frequency is of at least four trains per hour during the day, and the trip takes about 40 minutes.
How much is the train 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.
Is Sintra worth visiting?
Sintra is one of the most beautiful and most unique places in Portugal and is absolutely worth a visit. With fairytale-like castles and the most enchanting gardens, a visit to Sintra is worth your time even if you are coming from the other side of the world!
How do you get around Sintra?
Getting around Sintra
Since I don’t recommend driving in Sintra, the most affordable way to get around is by taking the tourist buses that run regular routes to Sintra’s most popular attractions. These buses are the 434 and 435. The 434 bus runs in a one-way loop and stops at: Sintra train station.
Is Sintra expensive?
Average Daily Costs
Entertainment and activities in Sintra typically cost an average of €6.97 per person, per day. This includes fees paid for admission tickets to museums and attractions, day tours, and other sightseeing expenses.
Can you visit Sintra and Cascais in one day?
It’s possible but it’s a bit tight. Some tours sold in hotels even do that in half-day. The thing is that Sintra, nothwest of Lisbon, has a lot to tour. Cascais/Estoril is basically beach.
Should you tip in Portugal?
There is no obligation to tip at restaurants, hotels, bars, or spas in Portugal, but how much should you tip for exceptional service? You can’t go wrong by leaving a little extra when service exceeds your expectations. This could be as simple as rounding up to the nearest euro at a cafe.
Does Lisboa Card work in Sintra?
Lisboa Card holders can take advantage of: Free unlimited travel by public transport (bus, tram, metro, elevators and funiculars) Free travel on CP train lines to Sintra and Cascais (popular daytrip destinations) Free access to 26 museums, monuments and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.