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Was a rainy day so enjoyment of the gardens was a little spoilt. Get the local tourist bus there and back, from central Sintra. The Palace was undergoing much renovation but was pretty impressive. Well maintained and signposted gardens
went here after Penn palace and really enjoyed walking around the grounds.it was a warm dry day also so it was very enjoyable.Fewer visitors here than at penn palace so was able to take our time walking through the grounds.
The park is a fantastic, romantic and exotical place, created by William Beckford at the end of the 18th century. The local Portuguese species (cork oak, arbutus and holly trees) are combined with many others which origin is from all continents around the world. More...More
Monserrate Park, which is located a few miles out of the wonderful old Town of Sintra, Portugal, is a captivating place. There are small vehicles which can take you from the gate to the House but we chose to walk down the side leafy lane....More
Loved how it was so solo, with a forest all around it. It was a hike down hill to, I had a total knee replacement 2 1/2 months before my trip to Portugal and Spain. Ice was needed most nights but wouldn't have missed any...More
We have visited several of the places and found that each has something different from the previous ones. This palace has most rooms empty but the design and history is interesting. The valley view from the palace is fabulous ! Has a small cafe to...More
It was a bit expensive to get in but well worth the price as we spent a good couple of hours exploring the grounds and looking around the palace. This palace is extremely different from the type of thing you usually get in Portugal so...More
It was so worth the walk from the bustle of Sintra central and then the challenging climb through beautiful gardens to the top.
Entrance fee was modest for such a well preserved place in such a superb setting.
We definitely deserved a cold beer after...More