The Sintra Pass

You’ll also get to visit Pena Palace and it’s sprawling park in Sintra, and the Castle of the Moors.

Take the stress out of getting to Sintra with this all-in-one pass! The Sintra Pass makes getting to Sintra and visiting Sintra’s most prominent sight, the famous Park Pena Palace a piece of cake – or should that be a Pastéis de Belém? Next to the Pena Palace you can also visit the Castle of the Moors with your Sintra Pass.

It is a beautiful village located in the hills of Portugal. Sintra is worth visiting if you have an extra day to spare.

The Lisbon-Sintra Pass

Included is the Sintra Pass is the Lisbon Card, which lets you access the whole Lisbons transport system and more. It is a great option for traveling from Lisbon to Sintra! Your Lisbon Card gets you free public transport to Sintra and in and around the Lisbon, including the famous yellow Tram 28.

The Lisbon Card also gets you into some of the 26 museums and monuments in Lisbon including Torre de Belém, Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, the Santa Justa Elevator, and more. Plus, enjoy discounts for restaurants, the Aerobus, and at shopping centers.

Park and Pena Palace in Sintra

Just hop on the train (free with this Sinta Pass ticket), and explore this picturesque royal retreat of Sintra, plucked straight from a fairy tale!

The Park and Pena Palace in Sintra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The palace was built in the 18th century, which makes it one of the youngest of all Portuguese palaces. It was originally built for Queen Maria I and King John VI by Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, who served as Prime Minister to both kings.

Castle of the Moors

Overlooking the Sintra Hills, the Castle of the Moors is an impressive fortification, boasting amazing views of the city and beyond. A visit to the castle is a history lesson on scintillating Sintra!

The Castle of the Moors is a Moorish-style palace in the Portuguese town of Sintra.

The Castle of the Moors was built in the 13th century by order of King Dinis I. It served as a summer residence for the Portuguese royalty until it was abandoned in 1833. The castle is now part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, classified as a monument, alongside other historic buildings and monuments in Sintra.

The castle’s name derives from its original purpose – to defend against Moorish invasions from North Africa.

Stroll the scenic walkways, photograph the town of Sintra, Pena Palace and the surrounding hills, and learn about the Moorish conquest of the Iberian Peninsula.

Lisbon and Sintra Audio Guides

Your pass also includes access to two handy audio guides. Whether you’re wandering sun-kissed Lisbon or hilly Sintra, follow a digital map with various points of interest, and hear bitesize audio snippets providing the most important cultural context.

More Sintra

Want to see more of Sintra? This pass earns you a 10% discount for use on all Tiqets’ other Sintra experiences!