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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.
 
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.
 
[[User:85.235.250.110|85.235.250.110]] 05:19, 18 July 2007 (EDT)
 
[[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)


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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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