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- Bairro Alto
- Rossio Square
- Lisbon City Center
- Marques de Pombal Square
- Commerce Square (Praca de Comercio)
- Castle of Sao Jorge
- Cascais Beach
- Lisbon Oceanarium
- SL Benfica Stadium
- Lisbon Zoo (Jardim Zoologico)
- Belem Tower
- Colombo Shopping Centre
- Lisboa Congress Centre
- Estoril Casino
- Campo Pequeno
- Costa da Caparica Beach
- Restauradores Square
- Hospital Santa Maria
- Lisbon International Exhibition Fair
What you should know about Sintra
Few suburbs in the world can claim to be as beautiful as Sintra, which can be found just to the northwest of Lisbon. Stay among palaces, gardens, castles, and villas, and be close to the stunning coastline with Hotels.com's travel partners. We can provide all the information you need about the best hotels in Sintra, Lisbon - from the town's most lavish places to rest at to more modest family-run establishments. Each one includes customer reviews by travelers just like you, as well as handy location maps and photographs of sample rooms. Full information about the facilities on offer is also included, so you can see instantly if your needs will be met. With Hotels.com, all stress related to finding vacation accommodation is removed; if you book early, you can also cut the cost by securing great discounts with our partner hotels.
What's Sintra Like?
Sintra is simply magical. Although it is essentially a suburb of Lisbon, it is a world apart. There are parks filled with flowers, fairy-tale castles, and stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean from the forested hills. Visit the National Palace with its striking double chimney design, climb up to the Castelo dos Mouros, see the exotic domes and spires of the Palácio Nacional da Pena, and enjoy the lush gardens at Quinta da Regaleira. Visit the enchanting toy exhibits at the Museu do Brinquedo or hike through beautiful woodlands to secluded spots for a Portuguese picnic. Hotels in Sintra, Lisbon are also well connected to the city center - with trains arriving at Rossio Station. From there, it's a short journey to sights like Belem, the Castle of St George, and the fascinating exhibits at the Lisbon Oceanarium.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Lisbon
Sintra is a friendly town that has been welcoming tourists from around the world for generations. The locals will be ready to offer up their advice and assistance, whether you can speak Portuguese or not. However, we recommend learning a few phrases to help settle in straight away. Eat like a local by dining on some of the Lisbon area's famous seafood. Salt cod croquettes and custard tarts would make a perfect picnic, along with some locally made red wine. The locals also adore the outdoors. The Parques de Sintra offers miles of trails to hike - and maps are available to help you find your way. The beaches of the Silver Coast are also a favorite place for locals to relax. Join them at resorts like Adraga for secluded beaches and great surf. So relax and enjoy the scenery by booking hotels in Sintra, Lisbon with Hotels.com.
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