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Tickets for Park and Pena Palace in Sintra

This picture-perfect mountain retreat was a monastery until transformed into a private palace by King Ferdinand II. The surrounding Park of Pena is just as big of a treat, full of exotic plant life and other secret treasures. Discover for yourself the 'Crown of the Sintra region'.

Opening Hours

10:00 - 18:00

Open all days of the week


Approx. 1 Day


Explore this picturesque royal retreat, plucked straight from a fairy tale dream world.

Get lost in the 500-acre gardens, packed with exotic plant life, meandering streams, and all sorts of hidden delights.

Marvel at the history and splendour of this UNESCO World Heritage site.


Originally a 16th-century monastery, Ferdinand threw out all notions of restraint and ordered its conversion into a Technicolor fairy tale fortress. The King couldn't settle on a single style, so the castle is a delightful mishmash of Romantic, Renaissance, Manueline and Moorish styles. A must-see for fans of architecture and design (and bright colors)!


Equally beautiful are the surrounding gardens. Built to take advantage of the naturally damp climate they contain over 500 species of tree from the four corners of the earth. True to form, the gardens are a sprawling grotto of hidden delights, making a perfectly serene escape from daily life.

Make sure you take the time to drink in the stunning views over the Sintra Region, western coastline, and the city of Lisbon below.

Ticket features

The venue is wheelchair accessible but requires help since the path is steep and long.

Paid transfer (regular and accessible) is available every 15 minutes.

The free hop-on-hop-off service can be availed by all visitors from the Palace to the Chalet of the Countess of Edla against the entrance ticket.

Scotturb Line 434 is the bus stop closest to the Palace. The nearest train is Sintra Train station.

What's included

Entrance to Pena Palace.

Entrance to the park.

Entrance to the Chalet of the Countess of Edla.

  • Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance of the Pena Palace park.

  • Please note that the date stated on the ticket isn't the date of your visit.

Estrada da Pena, 2710-609 Sintra, Lisbon
From EUR 14.00
Important Information
  • Refundable : No
  • Kids under 6 get in for free and don't need a ticket.

  • Reduced tickets for children between 6 and 18, and seniors aged 65+ are available on-site.