A combined private tour of Lisbon and Sintra highlights
Lisbon is known as the city of the seven hills, so, in this tour, you will enjoy the different areas, from the beautiful point of view at king Edward VII park, passing the monument dedicated to the Marquis of Pombal and taking the Liberdade Avenue to get to the downtown.
Then we go to Belém, to go back to the 16th century and see the beautiful monuments: the Belém tower, the Padrão dos Descobrimentos and the Jerónimos monastery.
We will go to Sintra, a UNESCO Heritage site, with its beautiful mountain. In Sintra we visit the Vila National Palace, a medieval jewel know for the beautiful tiles and the unique chimneys.
From Sintra we will go in the direction of Cascais and Estoril coast, so that you can discover the amazing views over the Atlantic ocean.
We will start our tour by driving. in Lisbon, seeing the most important points:
- Edward VII park
- monument dedicated to the Marquis of Pombal
- Liberdade Avenue
- downtown area
- Belém: Belém tower, the Padrão dos Descobrimentos and the Jerónimos monastery.
Then we will go to Sintra to visit the Vila National Palace.
From Sintra we will go in the direction of Cascais and Estoril coast.
We will finish in Lisbon, at the arranged point.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We can arrange the meeting point when you book the tour - hotel/apartment/pier/airport. All of them included in base price.
End location: It can be arranged when you book the tour.
Duration: 7 hours
The tour is made by car. A Ford Mondeo 2015 with a/C, with the capacity for 3 passengers. I operante on a non smoking policy, so smoking is not allowed inside the car.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
40 EUR - Jerónimos Monastery - 10€
Palácio de Sintra - 10€
Meals and drinks - 20€
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This was day 2 of my tour with Sarah, and she gave a very good and concise tour of Sintra and Lisbon. She even accommodated our request for piri-piri chicken, and gave us a bonus with a visit to Cascais, a coastal area/town. When we went to Jeronimo monastery, there was a long queue, but because she has the know how as well as a licensed guide, we were able to get in faster versus individual travellers. She also made her way to get us the best pastel the nata in town. Thanks for the wonderful tour Sarah