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How to get to Sintra from Lisbon?

Getting to Sintra from Lisbon is easy. There are trains at least every 30 minutes on weekdays, every 30 minutes at weekends, from Lisbons city centre Rossio station. The journey takes 39 minutes and a return (round-trip) ticket is €4.30 (tariff 2016).

What is the best day trip from Lisbon?

Sintra is a charming Portuguese town, and is the best day trip from Lisbon. Sintra is situated within the hills of the Serra de Sintra, and found within this region are extravagant palaces, ruinous castles and opulent mansions.

How much does the Oriente-Sintra cost in Lisbon?

Single tickets for both Rossio-Sintra and Oriente-Sintra cost €2.25, and can be bought at the ticket counters or machines. The tickets are magnetic cards called “Viva Viagem,” which you need to purchase the first time you take the train in Lisbon. In future journeys you just have to recharge it.

Where is Sintra located?

Sintra is situated within the hills of the Serra de Sintra, and found within this region are extravagant palaces, ruinous castles and opulent mansions. Lisbon is connected to Sintra by two train services, and these convenient and inexpensive rail services make it very easy to visit Sintra as a day trip.

How many trains are there from Lisbon to Sintra?

Sintra therefore has a total of six trains each hour for most of the day to and from various Lisbon stations. Last trains are at around 01.00am every night. From Lisbon Rossio at 0601 and once every hour until 0101hrs. There is also a train at 31 minutes past to Cacém, where you change for Sintra.

How do I get to Sintra?

Sintra is 25km to the west of Lisbon, and the recommended means of travel, is by train. We strongly discourage driving to Sintra, as the narrow hill roads are not designed for the heavy tourist traffic and there is very limited car parking.

How to visit Sintra and Cascais from Lisbon?

➤ Sintra and Cascais with Driver/Guideis a convenient option to visit Sintra from Lisbon because you’ll be picked up at your hotel and then transported in a private vehicle.

How crowded is Sintra Portugal?

As Sintra is the most popular day trip from Lisbon, the town can get very crowded during the summer months, and especially at the weekends. At the height of the tourist season, there can be extremely long queues to purchase tickets and over 1-hour waits for space on the 434 tourist bus.

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How to get from Lisbon Oriente to Sintra?

Gipsyy operates a bus from Lisbon Oriente to Sintra Bus Station twice daily. Tickets cost €5 - €22 and the journey takes 30 min. FlixBus also services this route twice daily. Alternatively, Comboios De Portugal operates a train from Lisboa - Oriente to Sintra every 20 minutes. Tickets cost €2 - €4 and the journey takes 47 min.

How much does the Oriente-Sintra cost?

Single tickets for both Rossio-Sintra and Oriente-Sintra cost €2.25, and can be bought at the ticket counters or machines. The tickets are magnetic cards called “Viva Viagem,” which you need to purchase the first time you take the train in Lisbon.

How far is Sintra from the train station?

Sintra Train Station Sintra train station (GPS: 38.79870, -9.38646) is the final stop of both train services, but the historic centre of Sintra is located 1.5km to the west of the station.

What to do around Oriente station in Lisbon?

Across the street from Oriente Station (or connected through the underground level) is the Vasco da Gama shopping mall, home to dozens of stores and a good food court. It’s a convenient destination for those with a long wait for a train or bus, although the station also has shops and eateries.

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