Sintra Transportation

  • Bus number 434, Sintra
    Bus number 434, Sintra
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  • Bus number 434: all-day ticket for 5 Euros
    Bus number 434: all-day ticket for 5...
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  • Train at Sintra station
    Train at Sintra station
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  • 1. trains to/from Lisbon

    It's very easy indeed to take the train from Lisbon's Rossio station (on Rossio square in the heart of the city) to Sintra. There are very frequent trains and journey time is around 45 minutes. You...

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  • 2. buses around town

    Standing atop a steep hill, Pena palace may represent one of two things: a very hard walk in a fabulous landscape, with signposted indications and attractions on the way, or the need of motorized...

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  • 3. horse-drawn carriage

    right at the historic centre a horse carriage taxi spot. very tipical and gorgeous scene. they are there to take tourists up the hill, about 4/5 miles to the pena parque and passing the moorish...

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  • 4. driving by car

    Driving from Lisbon to Sintra is easy and allows you to explore the are at your own pace. We chose Auto Europe http://www.autoeurope.pt/ and got the car for a week, since we intended to travel south...

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  • 7. From Sintra to Cabo da Roca and Cascais by bus

    Bus number 403 which runs daily between Sintra and Cascais often goes to Cabo da Roca as well. After arriving in Sintra I asked for the timetable at the tourist...

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  • 8. Electric Bicycles

    Brew and a few others found a shop in the center of town, just across from the tourist office, that rents electric bikes, yes ELECTRIC...you let the power of...

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  • 9. Getting to Sintra

    Directions Catch. Once there you’ll need taxis, or horse-drawn carriages, to get to some of the further-flung sights. We came to Sintra from Cascais in coaches...

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  • 10. By Car: How Far/How Long...?

    Some road distances to Sintra from:- Cascais: 15 kms.- Lisbon: 32 kms.- Madrid (Spain): 649 kms.- Berlin (Germany): 2.804 kms.- Krakow (Poland): 3.280...

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  • 11. By Bus

    It's quite easy to go to Sintra from Cascais by bus. Bus number 417 takes you in less than 30 minutes.* In Cascais, the buses leave from the lower level of...

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  • 12. By Train

    From Lisbon, the best way is to take the train at Rossio station (Metro: Restauradores, linha/line azul/blue).Go to the site to check the schedule. Look for...

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  • 13. By taxi to Cascais

    To the left of the building on the photo you will find a taxi stand. Originally, we wanted to return to Cascais by bus but there is only an hourly departure...

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  • 14. Getting to Sintra from Lisbon IAP

    To get to Sintra take the Aero-Bus from the Airport (It costs about 3 euro and you can take it anywhere around the City Center for the entire day). Get off at...

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  • 15. Tours for You to Sintra, Estoril & Cascais

    Hello everybody! We are Tours for You (www.toursforyou.pt) and we invite you to take an amazing tour with us! You will feel confort in our vehicle (also with a...

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  • 16. Green Shuttle

    The little tractor dressed as a train, with the passenger cars attached is one way to get back and forth and around Sintra.

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  • 17. Tourist Train

    There is a little train which travels from the old quarter up to Monserrate gardens. It departs from the National Palace on the hour from 9.00am to 6.00pm. The...

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