If, in your holiday plan, you have opted for the Sintra Tour, you will learn that, notwithstanding having been qualified as World Heritage by UNESCO, this village has so far refused to be elevated to the category of town, despite being the chief settlement of the second most populated municipality in Portugal.
If, among the trips in Portugal, you chose the Sintra Tour, you will have the opportunity to witness all the periods of Portuguese history which, due to its dimension, went even beyond Portuguese borders.
In the Sintra Tour, take your time to admire the Capuchos Convent, the Sintra Palace, and, on the way back, to visit the place where, according to Luís de Camões, land ends and the sea begins. We are speaking of the wonderful Cape Roca, the perfect spot to take beautiful photos which will allow you to remember and share this trip in Sintra with your friends.
On the way to Cascais, this Sintra Tour will also make a stop at the Mouth of Hell, whose name comes from an obvious morphologic analogy and from the frightening sound produced by sea waves in their attempt to prevail over the rocks.
The Sintra Tour does not forget the picturesque Cascais village, the ideal place to have your meal in one of the many typical restaurants this village has to offer.
The civil parish of Estoril is the last halting place of this Sintra Tour, which will then return to Lisbon through the stunning Marginal road, which, along the whole coastline, provides idyllic sceneries over the Atlantic Ocean, the Tagus River and the South Bank of Lisbon.
This is, undoubtedly, one of the tours not to be missed, and it will fill your soul and make you wish to come back soon for another trip in Portugal.
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