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Stop At: Park and National Palace of Pena, Estrada da Pena, Sintra 2710-609 Portugal
The Pena National Palace, popularly referred to only as Palácio da Pena or Castelo da Pena, is located in the village of Sintra, parish of São Pedro de Penaferrim, Sintra municipality, in the district of Lisbon, Portugal. It represents one of the main expressions of 19th century architectural Romanticism in the world, being the first palace in this style in Europe, erected about 30 years before the Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria.
On July 7, 2007 he was elected as one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal.
The palace is open for sightseeing, in 2013 had 755 735 visitors making it the most visited monumental palace in the country that year
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Palacio Nacional de Sintra, Largo Rainha Dona Amelia, Sintra 2710-616 Portugal
The National Palace of Sintra, also known as Palácio da Vila, is located in the parish of São Martinho, in the town of Sintra, Lisbon District, Portugal.
It was one of the Royal Palaces and is now owned by the Portuguese State, which uses it for tourism and cultural purposes. From urban implantation, its construction began in century XV, although an old construction of the Muslim era was taken advantage of.
It presents characteristics of medieval architecture, Gothic, Manueline, Renaissance and romantic. It is considered an example of organic architecture, of set of apparently separate bodies, but which form part of an articulated whole, through courtyards, stairs, corridors and galleries.
The Palace was used by the Portuguese Royal Family practically until the end of the Monarchy in 1910. It was here that D. Manuel received the news of the discovery of Brazil, it was here that D. Afonso V was born and died, it was here that D. was imprisoned. Alfonso VI, it was here that D. John II was made king.
In 2008 was the most visited palace of Portugal with 408 712 visitors. At present the building is managed by the Sintra - Monte da Lua Parks, as well as several other spaces and monuments of the county of Sintra.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, Praca do Imperio Belém, Lisbon 1400-206 Portugal
The Jerónimos Monastery or Monastery of Santa Maria de Belém is a Portuguese monastery of the Order of St. Jerome built in the 16th century. It is located in the parish of Belém, in the city and municipality of Lisbon. It has, since 2016, the status of National Pantheon.
A culmination of the Manueline architecture, this monastery is the most remarkable Portuguese monastic complex of its time and one of the main churches in Europe. Its construction began on the initiative of King Manuel I at the beginning of the 16th century and lasted for a hundred years and was led by a remarkable group of architects / masters of works (note the decisive role of João de Castilho).
The Jerónimos Monastery has been classified as a National Monument since 1907 and in 1983 it was classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO along with the Torre de Belém. On July 7, 2007 it was elected as one of the seven wonders of Portugal.
Closely linked to the Portuguese Royal House and the epic of the Discoveries, the Jeronimos Monastery was, from a very early age, "internalized as one of the symbols of the nation"
It is now one of the most important tourist attractions in Portugal, with a total of 807 854 visitors in 2014, 944 000 in 2015 and 1 166 793 in 2017
Duration: 30 minutes