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What To See In Sintra, Portugal With Kids

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Last Updated on June 21, 2024 by Leslie Stroud

From sunny beaches with sugar-soft sand to historic downtowns and dozens of museums, Portugal offers families endless fun. However, it’s hard to beat visiting a historic castle in Europe! Some of the best castles in Portugal reside in the gorgeous, charming city of Sintra. 

Sintra is a gem waiting to be discovered and is easily accessible from Lisbon, where we now reside. Train journeys are plentiful, and the journey is only 30 minutes from Lisbon. However, it feels like a different world.  

You’ll fall in love with the lush landscapes and fairy-tale castles. Sintra offers a magical journey that captivates both young and old. It truly is one of our favorite locations in all of Portugal.

Taking in colorful Pena Palace with the girls.

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Why You Should Visit Sintra With Kids

You might be worried about taking kids to palaces all day, and rightly so.  While adults love to explore historic buildings, kids are not always on the same page.  However, kids love Sintra.  

What we love about Sintra:

  • It’s easily walkable around the city and offers many local snacks, cafes, and other places to get a quick bite.  Or sit down for a nice meal.  Portuguese people love kids and won’t be bothered by yours.
  • The history is amazing! Parts of Sintra date back to the 6th-9th century BC, and you’ll see influences from the Moors, Romans, and more.
  • Nearly all of the palaces also include massive gardens with watch towers, little chapels, caves, and more.  Our kids love to run around these gardens.
  • It’s typically cooler in Sintra during the summer months, which can bring some relief!  Sintra has its own weather pattern and can be cloudy while Lisbon is sunny, or vice versa!  Most of the 30+ million visitors a year to Portugal visit in the summer months, and the heat can be intense.
  • With six major palaces to visit, all in a small space, you can really enjoy the day in Sintra.  Explore some castles, wear the kids out in the gardens, and enjoy a quaint meal in the city at night.

Top Sintra Attractions for Families

Pena Palace – #1 Place To Visit in Sintra

Your Sintra adventure should begin with a visit to the iconic Pena Palace. I recommend this palace as your first stop as it is the most popular and the only truly furnished palace. Perched atop a hill, this vibrant castle is a riot of colors and architectural styles, making it a whimsical wonderland for children. My kids were wide-eyed with wonder as we strolled through the ornate rooms and vast courtyards. The panoramic views from the palace provide a breathtaking backdrop for family photos.

Pena Palace. Sintra, Portugal

After we explored the palace, we were pleased to find the gardens just as, or more, entertaining!  The forest, with thousands of plants imported from around the world, feels magical in every way.  Our kids imagined battles and games as we explored, and our son Harrison even stepped right into a pool, thinking it was solid ground!  The humid nature of Sintra gives way to lots of moss on the bodies of water.

Harrison stepping right into a pool, thinking it was solid ground! 

I’m a big fan of audio guides and encouraged my kids to listen too. Note that the audio guide is purchasable in advance and played from an app on your phone. This limited us as only two of our kids currently have a phone, but we shared. I love learning the history behind the rooms, the family legacies, and more.

Tips for Visiting Pena Palace With Kids

  • Best Transport: Use buses, walking, or private transfers. Avoid driving due to limited parking and narrow streets.
    • Bus: The 434 Sintra bus is ideal for reaching major attractions like Pena Palace. Buy unlimited day tickets and be prepared for a curvy ride.
434 Sintra bus.
  • Parking: Note that parking a private vehicle at any of the palaces in Sintra is not allowed.  You MUST take the bus or a private TukTuk tour.  The bus costs 14€ per person, and TukTuks are generally around 20€ per person.  There are discounts for students and children.
    • I love TukTuk tours, as you also get a guide with your ride. I’ve learned so much from drivers over the years.  However, know that your TukTuk will be shuffling around multiple people, not waiting for you outside.  You’ll need to have Whatsapp installed to call them when you are about 10-15 minutes from needing your next ride, either to Sintra or another palace.
    • You’ll still need to purchase the palace tickets on your own.  Buying online can save time at each palace, especially during busy times.
    • If you do drive to Sintra, find a lot within the city (Google parking lots in Sintra) and walk to the main bus station.
  • Walking: Expect to walk over 20,000 steps and 80 flights of stairs. A nice pair of shoes will help a lot!
  • No Strollers: The terrain is unsuitable for strollers. Use a child carrier for younger kids.
Strolling the gardens of Pena Palace can take hours
  • Arrive Early: Plan for an early arrival to avoid crowds and get better photos. Also, avoid visiting Sintra on Mondays. Monday is the day that museums in Lisbon are closed, and many tourists head to Sintra.  If it is your only day to go, don’t worry; you’ll still have a great time.
    • Buy Tickets in Advance: Opt for priority entrance for families with young children.
    • Shuttle Bus: Worth the extra cost to save energy for exploring.
  • Activities: Enjoy the views, colors, and architecture. Consider limiting your itinerary to one or two major attractions to manage time and energy effectively.


Cost Pena Palace Tickets: from 15 EUR
Cost Pena Palace & Park Tickets with Audio Guide: from 25 EUR
Hours: Open 9:30 AM – 6:30 PM (Last admission 6PM)

The colorful walls of Pena Palace provide an amazing backdrop
Pena Palace is just beautiful!

Moorish Castle

For little knights and princesses, the Moorish Castle is a must-visit destination in Sintra. The medieval walls and towers provide an adventurous setting for imaginary play, allowing kids to let their imaginations run wild as they explore the centuries-old fortifications. 

The breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape from the castle walls will leave parents and children in awe. Bring along some snacks, find a cozy spot, and soak in the magic of Sintra from this historical vantage point.

Moorish Castle. Source Unsplash

Tips for Visiting Moorish Castle With Kids

  • Snack Break: I recommend you start your visit with a stop at the small cafe near the entrance for a snack break. It’s essential to keep the kids happy! Haha! Or bribe them with a post-visit pastry or ice cream.
  • Castle Exploration: The castle offers incredible views. With fewer tourists, you can explore without feeling crowded.  However, this is not the castle for you if you have walking toddlers in tow.  Low walls and falling hazards make this castle better for older children.
  • Be ready for lots of stairs: Be prepared for climbing, as the castle has numerous flights of stairs. Pro tip: Keep a close eye on the kids, especially since the railings are short and the area can be windy.
  • General Tips: 
    • As with Pena Palace, avoid strollers in general.  Due to the terrain, strollers are not recommended. 
    • Wear comfortable shoes: Essential for all walking and climbing!


  • Cost Combo: Pena Palace + Moorish Castle Tickets: from 32 EUR
    Hours:Open 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunny views of Sintra from the National Palace

Quinta da Regaleira

Quinta da Regaleira is a hidden gem that unveils a world of mystery and intrigue for families. This is my second favorite castle in Sintra and my favorite to explore in the gardens.  The expansive gardens are a playground for kids, filled with winding paths, secret tunnels, and enchanting sculptures. 

The initiation well, a spiral staircase leading into the depths of the earth, is a particular highlight that fascinated my little adventurers. It seems to be from another world of medieval secrets and intrigue and is a must-see.  This UNESCO World Heritage site offers an immersive experience, blending nature, history, and a touch of magic that will leave your family enchanted.

One of my favorite parts of Sintra: the Well of Ascension in Quinta da Regaleira

The castle itself is nothing to write home about.  It is sparsely furnished and has a minimal gift shop.  However, we loved the architecture on the outside and the turrets to explore.

Tips for Visiting Quinta Da Regaleira With Kids

  • You Must Check The Secret Passages and Lookout Points: The estate is full of fascinating features, including secret passages, spiral staircases, and lookout points. 
  • Visit The Refreshing Gardens and Water Features: Lush gardens, ponds, and waterfalls are scattered throughout, offering plenty of spots for kids to explore.
  • General Tips:
    • Allocate plenty of time to explore, as there’s a lot to see and do.  The gardens alone can take hours to explore.
    • This palace does not require a ride to get to.  From downtown Sintra, you can walk to this palace in about 5-10 minutes.  Ask any shop owner or use Google Maps.


  • Cost Quinta da Regaleira Skip-the-Line Tickets: from 16 EUR
  • Hours: Open 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM (Last admission 5:30PM)
Quinta da Regaleria with the whole family!  Chris’s parents enjoyed this palace on their visit to Portugal.

National Palace of Sintra

One of the easiest palaces to tour, the National Palace is located in the heart of Sintra. The grandeur of this historic residence captivates both adults and children. 

Panoramic view of Sintra’s National Palace

The colorful tiles, intricate decorations, and majestic halls provide a glimpse into the lives of royalty from centuries past. The iconic chimneys can be seen from around Sintra, and the architecture represents several additions over the centuries. 

Engage your kids in the palace’s fascinating history through interactive storytelling, bringing the past to life in an engaging and educational way.

Tips for Visiting the National Palace of Sintra With Kids

  • Educational Videos: Before your visit, watch educational videos about the National Palace. We love YouTube for this.  This will give them a sense of purpose and excitement about the site’s historical significance.
  • Take Lots of Pictures!: Engage your kids’ interest in the beautiful and colorful palace by taking plenty of photos. Make it a fun activity by printing the pictures later, creating a memorable and enjoyable experience for everyone.


  • Cost National Palace of Sintra and Gardens Fast Track Tickets: from 15 USD
  • Hours: Open 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM (Last admission 5:30PM)
National Palace of Sintra.

Chalet and Garden of the Countess of Edla

If you are trying to explore a little bit more with the kids and walk around, step into the enchanting world of the Chalet and Garden of the Countess of Edla, a picturesque hideaway nestled in Sintra’s lush landscape.

Explore the charming chalet adorned with intricate woodwork and decorative tiles, reflecting the romantic spirit of the 19th century. Wander through the meticulously landscaped gardens, filled with exotic plants, tranquil ponds, and scenic viewpoints, offering a peaceful oasis for families to relax and unwind.

Chalet and Garden of the Countess of Edla. Source: Parques de Sintra.


  • Cost Park and National Palace of Pena: from 17 EUR
  • Hours: Park Open 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM (Last admission 6:00PM) . Chalet Open 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM (Last admission 5:30PM)

Villa Sassetti

The Villa Sassetti Trail is a scenic pathway between the Pena Palace and Moorish Castles and the charming heart of Sintra’s downtown. It kicks off near the top of the old town, leading you on a leisurely walk through shaded areas and beautiful gardens, passing by Villa Sassetti, which unfortunately isn’t open to the public yet.

Here’s a tip for families: There’s a cute little park by the entrance of the trail, perfect for letting the kids blow off some steam before or after checking out the castles.

Now, Villa Sassetti itself is a real gem. With views stretching over the Sintra Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, it’s pretty breathtaking. You can wander around its well-kept gardens, which are dotted with statues, fountains, and all sorts of colorful plants. It’s like stepping back in time inside the villa with all the antique furniture, beautiful artwork, and that old-world charm. It’s a cool peek into the fancy lives of the folks who used to live there.

Villa Sassetti. Source: Parques de Sintra.

Palace of Monserrate

The beauty of the Park and Palace of Monserrate, is a masterpiece of Romantic architecture and landscape design. Wander through lush gardens adorned with exotic plants from around the world, marveling at the diversity of colors and textures that surround you.

Monserrate lawns on a sunny day

Explore the palace’s eclectic interiors, blending Moorish, Gothic, and Indian influences, and let your imagination run wild as you envision the extravagant gatherings and cultural exchanges that once took place within its walls.

We love this palace for its exotic feel.  It once was a summer house for a British family, and you can learn about them in the palace itself.  Imagine this gorgeous palace as your summer retreat with its lush gardens, including a lake to swim in and enjoy during the days!

Palace of Monserrate

Tips for Visiting Monserrate With Kids

  • Although small, this palace feels like you’ve been transported to Morocco for the day.  The inside is stunning!  Kids will love the model inside and might enjoy the education videos on the second level. 
  • Kids will for sure enjoy the gardens.  Like all the palaces in Sintra, this one boasts impressive gardens with streams, trees to climb, and even a small pond.
  • A cafe is available near the entrance.
Inside Monserrate Palace with a lovely fountain

Where To Stay in Sintra With Kids

  • Penha Longa Resort is a luxury, family-friendly hotel near Pena Palace. Discover the area’s natural beauty by dipping in the water at Ribeira Beach and Guincho Beach. 
  • Vila Galé Sintra finds itself nestled in a regional park. Families traveling with children may consider visiting the Sintra Science Center or attending an event or game at Estoril Racetrack.
  • Lawrence’s Hotel is renowned as one of the oldest hotels on the Iberian Peninsula. The family suites are thoughtfully designed to provide ample space for both parents and kids.
Looking out from Pena Palace

Food To Try When Traveling in Sintra With Kids

Be Sure Not To Miss The Local Delicacies

No family adventure is complete without indulging in the local cuisine. Sintra boasts a variety of charming cafes and restaurants serving authentic Portuguese delicacies. Treat your little ones to pastries like travesseiros and queijadas, sweet treats that will satisfy their taste buds and provide a glimpse into the rich culinary heritage of the region. Engage your kids in a culinary expedition, trying new flavors and creating lasting memories around the dining table.

Portugal Pastries
  1. Travesseiros: Sintra’s Signature Pastry

A trip to Sintra is incomplete without trying travesseiros, the town’s signature pastry. These pillow-shaped pastries are filled with a sweet combination of almond cream and eggs, encased in layers of flaky puff pastry. Whether enjoyed as a snack or dessert, travesseiros are a delightful treat for both adults and kids, providing a taste of Sintra’s culinary heritage.

Be sure to ask to have it warm, as it makes it much more delicious!

  1. Queijadas: Sweet Cheese Tarts

Queijadas are another popular sweet treat in Sintra. These small cheese tarts have a deliciously creamy filling made with fresh cheese, sugar, and eggs, all encased in a thin pastry shell. 

I know a cheese tart might sound a bit strange, but it is worth a try!  They are not salty or savory, and you wouldn’t know they were made with cheese.  Think of it as extra protein.

The bite-sized queijadas make for a perfect snack as you explore the town’s attractions with your little ones. Their sweet and cheesy flavor is sure to be a hit with the whole family.

You need to try the famous Queijadas de Sintra!
  1. Pastéis de Nata: Portugal’s Custard Tart

While not unique to Sintra, pastéis de nata are a Portuguese staple that you can easily find in the town. These creamy custard tarts with a flaky crust are a favorite among locals and tourists alike. The small size makes them convenient for kids to enjoy without making a mess, and the rich, custardy filling is a surefire way to satisfy any sweet tooth.

  1. Bifana: Portuguese Pork Sandwich

For a savory delight, introduce your family to bifana – a traditional Portuguese pork sandwich. Thin slices of marinated pork are served in a crusty bread roll, creating a flavorful combination that’s both hearty and delicious. Many local eateries in Sintra offer bifana, making it a convenient and kid-friendly option for a satisfying lunch or snack.

Personally, we find the bifana to be a bit dry at times, so ask for some mayo if you can.  The flavors are great, but we think it needs a bit more sauce.

  1. Francesinha: A Hearty Sandwich for Adventurous Palates

If your family enjoys trying unique and hearty dishes, consider introducing them to francesinha. Though originally from Porto, this sandwich has made its way to Sintra. It typically consists of cured meats, sausage, and steak, all smothered in a spicy tomato and beer sauce and topped with a fried egg.

Fine china inside Pena Palace

While it might be a bit adventurous for younger palates, it can be a fun and flavorful experience for older kids and parents.  It may be a bit of a heart-attack on a plate, but it’s worth sharing one to get a couple of bites.

  1. Seafood Delights: Bacalhau and Grilled Sardines

Portugal is renowned for its seafood, and Sintra offers a chance to savor some delightful ocean-inspired dishes. Bacalhau, or salted cod, is a staple in Portuguese cuisine and comes in various preparations. The Portuguese LOVE their bacalhau, but it also takes some time for visitors and expats to fall in love with it.  I’ve learned a lot of this love is nostalgia, as it is a staple every Christmas and major holiday.

Bacalhau can be prepared in dozens of ways, but the safest bet is Bacalhau Com Natas, or in a creamy sauce.  Most visitors enjoy this form.

Grilled sardines are also a popular choice, especially during the summer months. Traditionally served over a piece of bread, sardines are massively popular in June.  

While these dishes might be more suitable for older kids who appreciate seafood, they showcase the region’s diverse culinary offerings.

  1. Gelado: Portuguese Ice Cream Bliss

Cap off your culinary adventure in Sintra with a scoop or two of gelado and Portuguese ice cream. With traditional and exotic flavors, gelado shops offer a refreshing treat for the whole family. Let your kids choose their favorite flavors and enjoy a leisurely stroll through Sintra’s picturesque streets as you savor this delightful frozen dessert.  We like to use it as motivation throughout the day.

Gelato and beaches go well together

How Much Time Do You Need in Sintra

When planning your trip to Sintra, allocate at least one day. We spend 2-3 hours per palace, plus 1 hour exploring downton and 2 hours eating. However, for a more comprehensive experience, consider extending your stay to two days. Below are some recommendations for both scenarios.

One Day in Sintra

If you have only one day in Sintra, here’s how to make the most of your time:


  • Breakfast at Café Saudade: Start your day with a hearty breakfast at Café Saudade to fuel up for sightseeing.
  • Pena Palace and Moorish Castle: Hike up to Pena Palace and spend a few hours (5 – 6 hours) exploring both the palace and the nearby Moorish Castle. Enjoy the breathtaking views over Sintra.


The gardens of Pena Palace have much to offer and explore
  • Local Cafés (Paris) or Metamorphosis: Grab lunch at one of the castle cafés or head back into town for a delicious meal at Metamorphosis. 


  • Quinta da Regaleira: Spend a couple of hours exploring the enchanting Palace.
  • Downtown Sintra: Take a leisurely stroll around Sintra’s old town, stopping for some local pastries at Piriquita.

Two Days in Sintra

We love the small bridges and chapels in the gardens

If you are planning two days in Sintra, follow the one-day itinerary outlined above for your first day. Reserve your second day to explore off-the-beaten-path attractions and enjoy a more relaxed pace.

Day Two

  • National Palace of Sintra and Palace of Monserrate:  The National Palace is one of the easiest palaces to tour and is educational for kids. Monserrate is a great place to walk around with their lush gardens adorned with exotic plants from around the world
  • Chalet and Garden of the Countess of Edla: Explore a picturesque hideaway nestled in Sintra’s lush landscape.

Late Afternoon

  • Cabo da Roca or Azenhas do Mar: Before returning to Sintra, make a stop at Cabo da Roca, Europe’s westernmost point, or explore the picturesque village of Azenhas do Mar.

How To Get to Sintra From Lisbon

Here are several transportation options to help you make the journey from Lisbon to Sintra:

Train travel in Portugal
  • Train: One of the most convenient and popular ways to reach Sintra from Lisbon is by train. Trains depart regularly from Lisbon’s Rossio Station and take approximately 40 minutes to reach Sintra. The journey offers scenic views of the countryside along the way.
  • Bus: Several bus companies operate routes between Lisbon and Sintra, providing an alternative mode of transportation for travelers. Buses depart from various locations in Lisbon, including Sete Rios and the Campo Grande bus stations, and take approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour to reach Sintra, depending on traffic conditions.
  • Car: Travelers who prefer the flexibility of driving may choose to rent a car and drive from Lisbon to Sintra. The journey takes approximately 30 to 40 minutes, depending on traffic and offers the freedom to explore other nearby attractions at your own pace.
  • Walking: While walking from Lisbon to Sintra is not practical due to the distance (approximately 25 kilometers), travelers staying in nearby towns or villages may choose to embark on a scenic hike to Sintra. Be sure to plan your route in advance and allow for plenty of time to reach your destination.
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Tips for Visiting

  1. Car – Parking: If you are taking a car, keep in mind that some locals will request that you pay a ticket. You aren’t obligated to pay these tickets, but it’s safer to comply, especially considering potential rental car charges. Opt for the first available parking spot you find, either on the street or in nearby lots, to avoid wasting time and experiencing frustration navigating one-way streets.
  2. Stay Overnight: To truly experience Sintra and avoid crowds, consider staying at least one night. 
  3. Transportation Recommendation: Driving to Sintra can be frustrating due to limited parking options. You can opt to take the train from Lisbon, which offers a convenient and efficient mode of transportation.
  4. Best Season – Weather: Peak travel months in Portugal are typically June to September. Although Sintra is generally warm during the day, evenings can be chilly, even in July. Bring along long sleeves or a light jacket to stay comfortable.  Bringing an umbrella to Sintra is always advisable, even if it’s sunny in Lisbon!
  5. Snack and Rest Breaks: Keep your kids fueled and refreshed throughout the day by scheduling regular snack and rest breaks. Pack plenty of water and healthy snacks to keep hunger at bay during outings. Additionally, plan breaks in shaded areas or cozy cafes where the whole family can recharge before going on the next adventure.
  6. Even when it’s not peak season, Sintra can stay surprisingly busy. Those buses shuttle between the fairytale palaces and gardens. Expect some serious crowds, especially if you hop on mid-route. When you’ve got kids in tow, strolling between sights is often the smarter play. That way, you can mosey at your own pace, stop for gelato breaks, and avoid getting worn-out little ones trapped on a stuffed bus.  However, the road is tight between some of the palaces and lacks a sidewalk.  You can hike through the forest for more safety or hire a tuk-tuk for a quick ride. Just don’t forget hats, plenty of water, and sunscreen.

Other Attractions Close to Sintra, Portugal

Visit the Beautiful Town of Cascais

Explore the charming seaside town of Cascais, renowned for its sandy beaches, lively promenade, and historic landmarks such as the Citadel and Santa Marta Lighthouse. 

Hike in the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park

For families seeking outdoor adventures, the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park provides a haven of natural beauty. From hiking trails to hidden beaches, this vast expanse of greenery offers a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Pack a picnic, lace up your hiking boots, and explore the scenic trails with your little explorers. The fresh air and stunning landscapes make for a perfect family day out, creating cherished moments in the heart of nature. Cascais is approximately a 30-minute drive from Sintra, making it easily accessible for a day trip.

Cascais. Source Unsplash

Stunning Sunset Views at Cabo Da Roca

Venture to Cabo da Roca, mainland Europe’s westernmost point, and witness dramatic cliffs, rugged coastline, and stunning sunset views over the Atlantic Ocean. 

Stand on the edge of Europe at the Cabo da Roca Lighthouse, perched atop rugged cliffs overlooking the vast expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. Feel the sea breeze on your face as you gaze out at the endless horizon, savoring the sense of awe and adventure that comes with standing at mainland Europe’s westernmost point. 

Capture family photos against the dramatic backdrop of cliffs and crashing waves, commemorating your visit to this iconic landmark. (Check out flytographer and use this link for a deal on your photos!) . Getting photos done in Cabo da Roca would be amazing!

Cabo da Roca is approximately a 20-minute drive from Sintra, making it a convenient addition to your itinerary.

Cabo da Rocha lighthouse
Cabo da Rocha is the westernmost point of Europe
Taking a trail to see the ocean

Best Tours of Sintra

  1. Explore Sintra, Pena Palace, Quinta da Regaleira & Cascais on a guided day tour: If you are looking for a tour that includes the top places in Sintra, this is the perfect one for you. This guided tour promises an immersive and unforgettable experience and offers headsets to hear the guide clearly. It is top rated and likely to sell out, so I recommend that as soon as you have your trip planned, book this tour.
  2. Visit Pena Palace, Sintra, Cabo da Roca & Cascais in a thrilling day trip: This tour includes a little of everything. If you are trying to explore Sintra in all it’s glory, this is the perfect tour! From walking around Sintra, going inside Pena Palace, and exploring the amazing Cabo da Roca, you’ll see the best of everything. Know that if you book this tour, it is a full-day trip. 
  3. Quinta da Regaleira Tour: This is one of the most visited attractions in Sintra, so if this is on your plans I highly recommend booking this tour to skip the line and enjoy this Unesco World Heritage Site.

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