Pena Park is a 200-hectare park that one could mistake for a forest. King Fernando II specifically designed the park to enthrall guests to his palace. The attention to details extends to the plants and trees being planted here. Some of the exotic plant species not native to Portugal can be found here, including species from South America and New Zealand.
In fact, estimations state that there are more than 2,000 unique plant species within the park’s boundaries. One of the highlights of the park is the Pena Palace – there is a motorized tram ferrying visitors to the palace.
The park also has different sidewalks and paths, bridges, gardens with multiple buildings, garden benches, caves, fountains and arbors.Places nearby:
Pena Palace: an exquisite manifestation of Portugal’s architectural power 0 km / 0 mi
Castle of the Moors: Stunning Views Await 0 km / 0 mi
Quinta da Regaleira: Sintra's Grand Residence 1 km / 0 mi
Boco do Inferno Cliffs: Bringing You Close to the Sea 10 km / 6 mi
Things to do in Ajuda, Portugal 18 km / 11 mi