Bus 434 sintra
What time does the 434 bus start and end?
The 434 bus (Sintra Estacao) is a circular line with 27 stops departing from Sintra Estacao. 434 bus time schedule overview for the upcoming week: Starts operating at 9:10 AM and ends at 6:35 PM.
How to get to Sintra from Estoril?
This ticket is beneficial for tourists who will be travelling to Sintra from Estoril (via route 418) or Cascais (bus route 403) and will be using the 434 bus in Sintra. This ticket costs €15.00 and also includes the 435 bus route, which connects Sintra to the Palácio de Monserrate.
Is there a bus service to Sintra?
This bus service is essential when visiting Sintra as a day trip, as it is a demanding uphill hike to Palácio Nacional da Pena from the town centre or the train station. This guide will provide an overview of the Sintra 434 bus, including tourist information, fares and details of the timetable.
How to get to Sintra by bus?
The 434-bus route connects Sintra train station to the Palácio Nacional da Pena and Castelo dos Mouros, and passes through the historic town centre. This bus service is essential when visiting Sintra as a day trip, as it is a demanding uphill hike to Palácio Nacional da Pena from the town centre or the train station.
Is there a train from Cascais to Sintra?
The journey by train will cost twice as much as the bus and takes three times as long. There is a second, more scenic bus route that connects Cascais to Sintra. The number 403 bus follows the coastline and passes the Cabo da Roca cliffs before climbing into the hills of the Serra de Sintra.
How to get to Pena Palace from Sintra?
The 434 bus route connects Sintra train station, the historic centre and then climbs into the hills to the Moors castle and Pena Palace. It is a pleasant 1km walk from Sintra train station to the historic centre but a very steep climb to the Pena Palace and most tourists catch the bus.
What is there to do in Sintra?
At the top of the hill are the Palácio Nacional da Pena and the Castelo dos Mouros. The colourful Pena Palace is the highlight of any day trip to Sintra and should not be missed. The Castelo dos Mouros is an ancient castle ruin, but it should only be considered as a side attraction to the Palácio Nacional da Pena.