Tag Archives: PT – Cultural Landscape of Sintra

Escape to Lisbon for a sunny break as Portugal prepares to welcome Brits; Jacob Lewis; Sun

PORTUGAL was taken off the Government’s travel ban list this week, opening the way for getaways to the Atlantic holiday hotspot later this year. Returning travellers will now be able to quarantine at home, rather than in a hotel for £1,750 a head.

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From Lisbon to Sintra: 4 Best Ways to Get There; Paul Bernhardt; PlanetWare

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Sintra, Portugal; Orange Smile

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The mysterious inverted tower steeped in Templar myth; Fernando Teixeira & Izabela Cardosa; BBC

At the heart of Sintra’s Quinta da Regaleira, a breath-taking initiation well celebrates Portugal’s unique historical connection to the mysterious Knights Templar.

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Portugal: Top 5 sightseeing attractions in Sintra you must visit; Pallavi Mehra; Architectural Digest

From its surreal beaches and dazzling palaces to its vibrant old town centre and exotic gardens, Sintra in Portugal has a lot to offer…

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Visit Sintra (Parques de Sintra): the Perfect Day Trip from Lisbon; Christina; Christina’s Cucina

If you go to Lisbon, you truly should visit Sintra National Park. It’s the perfect day trip from the city, but you very well may want to stay much longer!

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Sintra on a Sunday; Suzanne; Take To The Highway

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Travel: Portugal’s Nathiagali At Sintra; Zofeen T Ebrahim; Dawn

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I visited the Portuguese castle called ‘Disneyland for adults,’ and it’s a magical, real-life fairy-tale setting you can’t miss; Harrison Jacobs; Business Insider

Sintra, Portugal, a picturesque city outside of Lisbon, is home to numerous palaces, villas, mansions, castles, and churches. The most stunning of the sights is the Pena National Palace, which looks like a fairy-tale castle.

Source: I visited the Portuguese castle called ‘Disneyland for adults,’ and it’s a magical, real-life fairy-tale setting you can’t miss