Entrance ticket for Pena National Palace and Pena Park in Sintra

Entrance ticket for Pena National Palace and Pena Park in Sintra

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Discover the National Palace of Pena
Discover the 200-hectare Pena Park
Panoramic views of Sintra's UNESCO-listed cultural landscape from the balconies of the Palace
A must-see when visiting Lisbon

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Opening hours
9:30 AM - 6:30 PM , 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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Head to Sintra and visit the famous Pena National Palace and Park!

While you're in Lisbon, be sure to discover the jewels that surround Sintra, including the National Palace of Pena and its park. The Palace, straight out of a fairy tale, overlooks its 200-hectare namesake park (Parque da Pena). Unmistakably yellow, red and purple, with its distinctive balconies, the Palacio Nacional de Pena is a must-see.

Its history dates back to King Consort Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, husband of Queen Marie II of Portugal, who bought the ruins of a Hyeronomite monastery and asked that his summer palace be built on top of them. Unfortunately, construction was completed in the year of the king consort's death. 

When you arrive in Sintra (journey not included), take the bus to the entrance of Pena Park, then walk through the park to the entrance of the palace. This journey takes several minutes. Once inside the Palacio Nacional de Pena, you'll discover the palace's various rooms, including the Manueline cloister, the dining room, King Carlos's bedroom, the queen's study, the great hall, the chapel and the arcaded courtyard.

You can then visit Pena Park, where we suggest you get lost in the park's alleys and nooks and crannies. Don't miss some of the park's enchanting spots, such as the "Valley of the Lakes and the Fountain of the Little Birds", the "Valley of the Fern", the ancient water wheel and the Temple of Columns.

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Good to know

  • Availability: daily (except in exceptional cases)
  • Pena National Palace opening hours: 09:30 - 18:30
  • Pena Park opening hours: 09:00 - 19:00
  • Your ticket is valid only for the day and time reserved in advance. You cannot change the date or time of your visit. Please arrive early, as no late arrivals will be tolerated at the entrance to the Pena National Palace.
  • Please note that the walk from the entrance to Pena Park to the entrance to Pena National Palace takes about 30 minutes.
  • We advise you to plan your Lisbon - Sintra itinerary in advance, so as to arrive on time.

Price includes

  • Ticket for the Pena Park
  • Ticket for the National Palace of Pena

Price doesn’t include

  • Transfers from Lisbon to Sintra
  • Tips (optional)
  • All other extras

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