Wow great palace on top of a small mountain and had its own microclimate very cool on top what a great place to visit and superb for taking photos, can get quite crowded and very close quarters in some parts of the palace
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Super crowded, but the tile work is not to be missed. I wish that I had more time to explore the grounds and see some of the other structures within the park. Word to the wise - bug spray!
A must visit in Sintra. A very well preserved and maintained palace. Worth to pay the admission to go inside the palace. Suggest having a drink at the terrace to have a wonderful view and good souvenirs for sales at their shop.
Maybe the strangest castle I've seen. Technicolor outside with Influences of the Middle East and Europe. The gardens have interconnected ponds with fish (Carp) and little grottos to escape the crowds. Worth the admission and fun to explore
Since we had only one full day in Sintra, we read what everyone said - and we now agree that if you don't have time for anything else, this is a visit you don't want to miss. The palace is a true eye-candy, and a...More
I walked here from sintra station as there is a pedestrian route through gardens which is steep and needs a decent level of fitness, but so worth it. Once there the Pena Palace gardens are lovely and I spent a good 2 hours exploring. The...More