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Estoril coast and Sintra

Join us for a scenic five-hour guided excursion along the rugged Sunny Coast, with visits to a series of picture postcard towns. HIGHLIGHTS:

* Visit the royal Palacio da Vila in Sintra

* Stand on the most westerly point of continental Europe at Cabo da Rocha

* See the dramatic Atlantic coastline unfold before your eyes

You will see historic buildings, admire natural wonders, stroll through landscaped gardens and be able to savour local delicacies on this journey to the westernmost point in continental Europe. Our first stop is Sintra, a Unesco World Heritage Site, where you will have the opportunity to visit the Palacio da Vila, a retreat used by the Portuguese Royal Family until its destitution in 1910. There will also be time to explore the numerous craft shops and to sample Sintra’s pastries; you shouldn’t leave without tasting a queijada or travesseiro. We will then drive towards Cabo da Rocha, Portugal’s very own Land’s End and the most westerly point of continental Europe. Travelling along this dramatic coast, we will pass the spellbinding Praia do Guincho before arriving at the elegant resort of Cascais. Highlights along this leg include the breathtaking Boca do Inferno cliffs and the magnificent panorama of the bay of Cascais. As we make our way back to Lisbon, we will pass through Estoril, with its world-famous gardens and casino on a rocky promontory overlooking a beach. Join us for a scenic five-hour guided excursion along the rugged Sunny Coast, with visits to a series of picture postcard towns. You will see historic buildings, admire natural wonders, stroll through landscaped gardens and be able to savour local delicacies on this journey to the westernmost point in continental Europe. Our first stop is Sintra, a Unesco World Heritage Meeting/ Pick up point: Marques de Pombal Square terminal next to the Parque Eduardo VII, Lisbon. Transfer to the meeting point can be arranged at no additional cost, contact details will be shown in voucher information.Start or opening time: 2:15pm.End or closing time: 7:30pm.Languages: Guides in Portuguese, English, German and Spanish.Others: Tour subject to weather conditions or certain events that could take place on certain dates.