Quinta da regaleira tickets

quinta da regaleira tickets

Do I need a ticket for Quinta da Regaleira?

· Guided tour tickets are valid only for the date and time indicated on the ticket. · There is no refund, exchange or validity extension of the purchased tickets. · Children up to 5 years old and Seniors > 80 years old have free admission, but requires a ticket. · Once inside Quinta da Regaleira the visit rules must be respected. 


What to do in Quinta Regaleira?

Explore Quinta Regaleiras lush gardens, lakes, grottoes, and enigmatic constructions Dare to descend the world famous Initiation Well, and learn about its many legends Meet your friendly local guide outside Quinta Regaleira and get ready for a cultural deep-dive into one of Sintras iconic palaces.

How far is the walk from Sintra to Quinta da Regaleira?

The Quinta da Regaleira is just to the west of the historic centre of Sintra and is a 5-minute walk from the tourist office. Note: Most tourists take the train to Sintra, but the train station is 1km to the east of the historic centre, and a 20-minute walk to the Quinta da Regaleira.

Is the Quinta do Relógio in Portugal Open to the public?

It’s the Islamic-inspired palace of Quinta do Relógio, which dates back to 1860. It’s not open to the public, but made news in 2017 when popstar Madonna expressed interest in buying it. Quinta da Regaleira has become quite a popular attraction, now second to Pena Palace, so it can be quite crowded.

How old do you have to be to visit Quinta da Regaleira?

· Children up to 5 years old and Seniors > 80 years old have free admission, but requires a ticket. · Once inside Quinta da Regaleira the visit rules must be respected. 
 · Keep your ticket until the end of your visit. Quinta da Regaleira closes 1 hour after the last entry.

Is Quinta da Regaleira included in the 4 Parques de Sintra?

Keep in mind that if you purchase the 4 Parques de Sintra access ticket (17 Eur for adults), admission to the Quinta da Regaleira is not included. The card only allows entry to Pena, Mouros, Monserratte and Capuchos. Admission until the end of March is at 1000h with last entry at 1700, with the park closing at 1730h.

How crowded is Quinta da Regaleira in Lisbon?

Quinta da Regaleira has become quite a popular attraction, now second to Pena Palace, so it can be quite crowded. However, you just may have to wait a bit at the ticket counter, as once you’re allowed in, you’ll find that everyone is spread out in the garden.

Where can I find audio guides at Quinta da Regaleira?

Quinta da Regaleira has audio guides that can be rented at the ticket office. You can find 30 listening points spread across the Palace, Chapel and Gardens. Available in Portuguese, English, Spanish, French, German, Italian and Russian. • The Waterfall Path is closed.

Quinta da Regaleira is one of the most magical attractions I´ve ever seen. Recently opened to the public, it is mostly known for its intriguing initiation well, but the magic is spread out in all its garden and Palace. What is Quinta da Regaleira?

What time does the Quinta da Regaleira open?

The Quinta da Regaleira is open between 9:30 am and 8 pm during the summer season, and 9:30 pm to 6 pm during the winter season, with the last admission 1 hour before closing time. Where can you purchase the Quinta da Regaleira tickets?

How far is the walk from Sintra to Quinta da Regaleira?

How far is Quinta da Regaleira from the train station?

Quinta da Regaleira is about a 25-minute walk from the train station, and about a 10-minute walk from the center of town. Alternatively, you may take bus 435, which departs a few feet from the train station.

How far is the walk from National Palace to Quinta de regaileria?

According to google maps, its 700m, mostly flat, 13min walk from the National Palace to Quinta de Regaileria. You can virtually walk the route on google maps street view. I think that is too far to walk there & back for someone with difficulties, but for most it should not be.

What to do in Quinta da Regaleira?

Quinta da Regaleira is a huge mansion near the center of the town. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage Site and it’s one of the main attractions in the area. The queues here are long, but the gardens surrounding the building are quite large and after you cross the gates it won’t be as crowded anymore.

Can you walk from Sintra to Pena Palace?

There are wonderful walking paths from Sintra to the Pena Palace and the Moorish Castle. The beauty is not just in the buildings, but the whole national park with its winding paths over the hills, and its a pity that even the local tourism office insists on taking the bus. You will be missing out on a lot if you dont walk around.

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