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SINTRA

Sintra's lush wooden heights and verdant charms are best enjoyed from a traditional horsepulled carriage. Gaze at the marvellous manor-houses, located within the grounds of century old farms. The magic of its natural scenery and the knowledge its passengers are what give Sintra its poetic character. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its 19th Century Romantic architecture, Sintra village is a major tourist attraction.

Places of Interest

  • Pena Palace
  • Moorish Castle
  • Queluz Palace
  • Quinta da Regaleira
  • Monserrate Palace

More information at www.cm-sintra.pt

CASCAIS

From the wilderness of Guincho beach and the lush green retreats of Sintra and Mafra to the relaxing cosmopolitan atmosphere of Cascais village and Casino Estoril’s exciting nocturnal entertainment, Cascais is located right at the heart of a fascinating area. The Condes de Castro Guimarães Museum, the Paula Rêgo Museum and the permanent exhibitions of the Cascais Cultural Centre are all worth to visit.

Try a delicious ice cream in "Santini" the best and best known Portuguese ice cream shop.

More information at www.cm-cascais.pt

LISBOA

Portuguese capital city, Lisbon is THE city to visit. Lisbon’s attraction and beauty extends beyond its numerous monuments, and includes its vibrant atmosphere and the wealth of cultural and entertainment opportunities, accompanied by its friendly and helpful inhabitants.

Places of Interest

  • Museums - If you can only visit some, here are our suggestions: Gulbenkian Museum, Carriage Museum, Centro Cultural de Belém and Fashion and Design Museum (MUDE)
  • Shopping - Av. da Liberdade is the centre of major luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton and Gucci. For a more traditional selection, visit Rua Augusta and Chiado and feel the buzz of the city.
  • Padrão dos Descobrimentos
  • Belém Tower
  • Jeronimos Monastery
  • Sao Jorge's Castle

More information at www.visitlisboa.com

FÁTIMA

Considered one of the landmarks of the Catholic Faith, the Sanctuary of Fatima is a place of worship not to be missed for those who wish to deepen their faith or to learn a little more about the history of Catholicism in Portugal.

More information at www.santuario-fatima.pt