Sitting at the top of the Sintra Hills, Portugal, is Pena Palace, a classic example of astonishing Portuguese 19th century’s architectural expertise. Built between the years 1842 and 1854 following the order of King Ferdinand, Pena Palace incorporates a wide variety of architectural styles and is attributed to the millions of visitors streaming in Sintra every year.
The outstanding highlight for most tourists is the decorative battlements and beautiful terraces from which you can have stunning views of the Sintra region. Additionally, a stroll in the interior will reveal to you the sumptuous staterooms, including the king’s chamber and the Stag room.
Surrounding the palace is the beautiful Pena park that spreads out to about 200 hectares and features secret paths, walking paths, ponds, lakes, exotic trees and pavilions. The historical place is 30 min drive and 45 min train ride away from Lisbon.Places nearby:
Pena Park: A Beautiful and Well-Designed Forest 0 km / 0 mi
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