Cinco Bed & Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After we booked our trip to Portugal, we were googling places to see and found Sintra. From that point on, it was the main place I wanted to see in Portugal. On National Geographic's 100 places to see, Sintra is a little slice of heaven. Just 19 km west of Lisbon, it is that much closer to the sea and surrounded by lush gardens and green valleys. …
This was a day trip from Lisbon, such an awesome place and definitely worth the 40min train ride from Lisbon to the north west. We looked up the places we wanted to see before we went because there is just so many things that it is not possible to do them all in just one day.
Pena castle - our first stop and what a beaut. If you look up sintra on google it will most likely be this castle that will come up first. It is ...
... fellow through a perspex window accommodated us. On the 30 minute train to Sintra. Stop for coffee and Portuguese tart for energy when we arrived in Sintra, then a bus up the hill. A little scary, but arrived and lined up with many tourists again. Finally into the palace grounds or was it Disneyland. It was a monastery until the earthquake of 1755 made it unsafe, so Don Fernando II bought it. Made it into what it is today, used in in the ...
... park because everything had a castle theme, including a stone house for ducks, white swans and black swans. For today's lunch, it was relatively cheap in anticipation for tonight's meal. We ate cut fruits and vegetables, along with cans stuffed squids and octopus (both in oil). After lunch, we went to the National Palace of Sintra. It was pale in comparison to Pena. But still, it provides many interesting rooms and furnitures. Our last destination in ...
Left foot on one rock, right foot on another rock. I look up and trees cover the skies as if I were in a rainforest. The sun shyly peaks through the branches and gleams on the water below me. A soothing and embracing breeze begins to blow, and it carries the scent of the beautiful flowers starting to bloom. Roses, tulips, lavenders, they are all in the scented air! There are no cars zooming by, no tourists flashing their cameras at one another or tour guides with their ...