We made this stop on a day trip out from Lisbon. it was interesting but certainly not a very memorable spot.
About Sintra National Palace
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Dating back to the 11th Century, and having undergone renovations throughout its history, the UNESCO designated National Palace is easily spotted from throughout the area by its distinctive, unique kitchen chimneys, which soar 33 meters high above the skyline. Beautifully carved wooden and painted ceilings,...More
At arrival at the square in front of the Palace we where not very impressed. Many tourist organizations told is; this is a must when you are in the area. We disagree with this. It was absolutely not extraordinairy, nor impressive and I did have...More
Touring Sintra a beautiful monument overlooking Lisbon was an enjoyable day to view the gardens and the palace. Great photo opportunities for both inside and out. It was not too hot and crowded in May when we we there. Excellent transportation up to the palace...More
As other reviewers have said as well, the attraction of this building lies not so much in its exterior appearance, but much more on what it has to show to the public once inside. We thought the interior of this palace is more authentic than...More
We were able to see this palace from the outside whilst navigating through Sintra and it's a huge building for sure. Worth taking a photo but I wouldn't necessarily travel to Sintra just to see it, most people see it on their way to Pena...More