Cinco Bed & Breakfast

Address: Largo da Caracota 5, Sintra, Estremadura, 2710-547, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Largo da Caracota 5, Sintra, is near Cabo da Roca, Moors' Castle (Castelo dos Mouros), Pena Park, and Guincho Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Sintra

    Sintra by Train

    A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jun 24, 2015

    9 photos

    ... embankment along the side of the road. An array of merchants where selling their crafts and wares. In between the allotted numbered display areas was a delightful series of structures that were part of an annual Portuguese art competition.Of course Steve and Jim wanted their pictures taken interacting with the art. Quinta reminded Jim and myself of the Newport, Rhode Island mansions of the financial giants of the same late 19th century period as Quinta da Regaleria. ...

    Sintra - Romantic Landscape of Palaces and Follies

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 03, 2015

    130 photos

    ... a 9th century Moorish rampart dizzyingly high above town at over 400 meters (1,300 feet) altitude. The Romantics loved castles and ruins, and this was a great one for them with great views all around the peninsula to the Atlantic in two directions and Lisbon in a third. I ended of skipping a visit to the castle since it was a rainy misty morning without any views.

    I went instead to the Palacio Nacional de Pena, located in a big landscaped park on a nearby ...

    A fairy tale place

    A travel blog entry by sarahbaulch2014 on Apr 16, 2015

    42 photos

    ... two vast pyrimad-like conical towers which in fact are chimneys reaching for the sky from the kitchens.The tile work is fantastic inside, wonderful chinese vases and figures abound, dark wooden furniture and tooled leather chairs punctuate the vast rooms and its regal air has not been diminshed by time.

    Atop a vast hill( which we walked up) overlooking Sintra sits Castello Morous chained across its peaks in a stark, uncompromising and ...

    Castles and Caves

    A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Nov 05, 2014

    51 photos

    ... invaded and occupied Portugal some time in the BC's and AD's, but I can't be bothered reading google to give you a proper history lesson, anyway they left this castle which was truly amazing as well. It sucked that as we got there it started to rain but it didn't last too long. It is mainly just walls left now but they are like what proper castle wall should be and it felt so cool to be walking along them. It was also a little ...

    Soccer and Belem

    A travel blog entry by obrillips on May 22, 2014

    33 photos

    So the soccer (football) festival started today. Everyone was a little more crazy, tourists a little more drunk, and chanting could be heard from the main alley ways. The streets were full today. We jumped on a tram and headed to Belem before the predicted storm was supposed to hit. Rad little town. A lot more buskers than beggars. People were selling paintings, singing, playing the accordion while little dogs hold the money cup in their ...