Royal Palaces

Stop at Óbidos, Queens Village, cherished by the royal family since the Alphonsine dynasty.

Sintra was classified by UNESCO as World Heritage Site. The Sintra National Place, with its two beautiful chimneys, is one of the symbols of this village. The visit cannot end without tasting the famous «Queijada de Sintra» (small cake).

Fishing village, at the end of the 19th century Cascais became a seaside resort of international reference. In 1870, king Luís chose Cascais as his “bathing resort”. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Casino of Estoril was built, and the conditions were created to make the Costa do Sol (Sun Coast) a «Portuguese Riviera».

Queluz Palace was conceived as a summer palace. Its first occupants were Pedro III and Maria I. The palace was famous for its festivities thar took place in the gardens and included fireworks, equestrian games, bullfights, among other entertainment.

The Baixa de Lisboa (downtown), also called Baixa Pombalina because it was built by order of the Marquis of Pombal, is formed by straight and perpendicular streets. In the center of Comercio Square is the statue of King José I. The Augusta Street Arch serves as a gateway of the city.


Places to visit:

  • Óbidos
  • Sintra (Sintra National Palace and historic center)
  • Cascais
  • Estoril (panoramic view)
  • National Palace and Gardens of Queluz
  • Lisbon (Baixa Pombalina)


Two days trip.

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The use of mask is mandatory.