Sintra Portugal Travel Guide will serve as your guide to travel to Sintra from Lisbon on a day trip, and Sintra’s famous attractions Palacio da Pena or Pena Palace, Quinta da Regaleira, and the center of Sintra. We got to taste Ginja, a cherry liqueur. and had the most delicious lunch with the freshest and tastiest ingredients at Meste Ze’ in Guincho, then we stopped over at Boca do Inferno, drove through Cascais, before heading back to Lisbon. Hope you enjoy watching this video. Thank you very much, and have a very blessed day.
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0:00 – Intro
0:13 – Hotel Borges Chiado
0:39 – drive to Sintra, & the different ways to get there
1:28 – Palacio da Pena or Pena Palace, & admission details
2:43 – Quinta da Regaleira
4:15 – Center of Sintra
4:23 – Palacio Nacional de Sintra
4:33 – Castelo dos Mouros
4:51 – Shops of Sintra
5:04 – Ninja Cherry liqueur
6:00 – drive to Guincho, Sintra Portugal Beach
6:13 – Meste Ze’ Restaurant
6:45 – Boca do Inferno
7:01 – Cascais
7:33 – Outro
Here’s our other videos of Portugal: – Algarve Portugal Travel Vlog – Lisbon Things to do – Portugal Travel Vlog

This is our 11-Day Portugal itinerary:
Nov 15 – arrival in Lisbon check-in Hotel Borges Chiado, tour Chiado-Baixa district including Carmo Convent, Santa Justa lift, eat at Manteigaria Fabrica de Pasteis, then climb to the top of Arco da Rua Augusta, go down to Praca do Comercio, Then head to Time Out Lisbon for dinner, drop by Pink Street on the way to Time Out Lisbon.
Nov 16 – Lisbon – Alfama district including Castelo de S. Jorge, Miradouro de Santa Luzia and Miradouro das Portas do Sol, Miradouro de Sao Jorge, lunch in Alfama district. Dinner Cervejaria Ramiro
Nov 17 – Day trip to Sintra – Booked through Santo Tours Portugal with Juan our driver and tour guide to Park and National Palace of Pena, and Quinta da Regaleira, explore the town of Sintra, then for a late lunch drive to Sintra Portugal beach particularly in Cascais for a late lunch. Dinner at Bonjardim
Nov 18 – get the rental car and drive South to Lagos in the Algarve region, and check-in at Hotel Clube Porto Mos, lunch inside the city wall, stroll inside and outside the City wall. Then drive toward the beach, hike from Praia dos Estudyantes to Punta Da Piedade, then view the Sunset. Then dinner within the City wall.
Nov 19 – Drive to Benagil and take the boat tour to the different caves through Taruga boat tours. Then drive to Algar Seco then to Carvoeiro and early dinner by the beach for the Sunset.
Nov 20 – drive to the Village of Ferragudo then to Portimao.
Nov 21 – drive back to Lisbon, return rental car, and check-in at Residentas Aurea. Snacks at A. Brasileira, then go to Lisbon Cathedral and St Anthony’s Church. Dinner at Pinoquio
Nov 22 – Take a day trip to Porto, and Fatima. Dinner take out from Frangasquiera Nacional
Nov 23 – Belem district: Padrao dos Descobrimentos, Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, then taste Pasteis de Nata at Pasteis de Belem.
Nov 24 – Lisbon shopping watch a World Cup game in a bar (Portugal vs Ghana) Dinner at Cervejaria Liberdade
Nov 25 – fly back to the US

About us:
We are husband and wife, and we travel, eat, love, and pray, since we were College sweethearts, and even now that we are grandparents. Traveling, and eating various cuisine has broaden our perspective, and understanding of the world around us. It gave us a better appreciation, respect, and love for others, and for all peoples of various culture, views, economic, and religious background. Traveling is not always smooth sailing, but we learn to embrace inconveniences and possible unwanted circumstances, for this Bible verse form Philippians 4:6 reminds us daily, “don’t worry about anything, but pray always.” Traveling became our passion next to our Faith, and respective jobs serving, and caring for others, and we would like to share the joys of traveling, eating, loving, and praying, therefore we create videos that will inspire you to do the same.

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