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I think I've been there. Does the palace have an upright royal bathtub? -[[User:PierreAbbat|phma]] 22:15, 14 Aug 2004 (EDT)
 
I think I've been there. Does the palace have an upright royal bathtub? -[[User:PierreAbbat|phma]] 22:15, 14 Aug 2004 (EDT)
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== Observations ==
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I just been to Sintra, a few observations:
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As late as mid july is still out-of-season, there pleanty of room, finding parking spots takes a little time, but not terribly difficult, if you are willing to walk a little and enjoy the view. Like everywhere in Portugal the road signs however are non-existing at best, and often wrong, so buy a very accurate up-to-date road map.
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Everything in Sintra closes around 18:00 (some places at 19), so be arrive there no later than 16. This includes many places to eat. The closing hours do not change in high season.
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[[User:85.235.250.110|85.235.250.110]] 05:19, 18 July 2007 (EDT)
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the tram is working now until September 25th 2011. They go every hour, beginning at 9:20 am from Sintra.
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The cost of the Ticket is 2€ for flat fare, 1€ for half ticket and for children up to 6 years is free.

Latest revision as of 16:30, 15 June 2011

I think I've been there. Does the palace have an upright royal bathtub? -phma 22:15, 14 Aug 2004 (EDT)

Observations[edit]

I just been to Sintra, a few observations:

As late as mid july is still out-of-season, there pleanty of room, finding parking spots takes a little time, but not terribly difficult, if you are willing to walk a little and enjoy the view. Like everywhere in Portugal the road signs however are non-existing at best, and often wrong, so buy a very accurate up-to-date road map.

Everything in Sintra closes around 18:00 (some places at 19), so be arrive there no later than 16. This includes many places to eat. The closing hours do not change in high season. 85.235.250.110 05:19, 18 July 2007 (EDT)


Corrections:

the tram is working now until September 25th 2011. They go every hour, beginning at 9:20 am from Sintra. The cost of the Ticket is 2€ for flat fare, 1€ for half ticket and for children up to 6 years is free.

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