Discover the palace where the Portuguese monarchs had their home in the Middle Ages and its treasures inside without queuing.
Explore the architecture of a palace, which is a conglomerate of different architectural styles
See the most important collection of Andalusian Mudejar-style ceramics
Immerse yourself in different epochs and cultures in the rooms
Use the priority entry to the Palácio Nacional da Pena and enjoy to have enough time to explore the influences of different epochs and cultures combined in this beautiful palace.
The National Palace of Sintra in the heart of the old town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995. Stroll around the former tournament grounds of the Portuguese monarchs and see how they lived in the Middle Ages. Visit the coat of arms room and admire the most important collection of ceramic tiles in the Andalusian Mudejar style.
You can feel the more than 1000 years of history in every corner. Skip the queues in front of the National Palace of Sintra and save valuable time. Let yourself be inspired by the architecture, which is a unique mixture of different architectural styles and is even more impressive from the inside than from the outside.
Not all areas are wheelchair accessible. Please call ahead to ensure the necessary ramps can be installed for your visit.
Opening hours: Mon - Sun: 9:30 am - 19:00 pm.
• Skip-the-line tickets for National Palace of Sintra
National Palace of Sintra, Largo Rainha Dona Amélia, 2710-616, Lisbon.
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