The Portuguese town of Sintra consists entirely of magnificent palaces, exotic parks and picturesque natural landscapes. From here, the famous Cape Roca and the Sintra-Cascais National Park are just a stone’s throw away. The city is 27 km away. from the Portuguese capital, so you can get there quite easily.
Sintra has a milder climate due to the proximity of the ocean, a calmer and calming atmosphere, and the abundance of historical monuments and a large flow of tourists does not seem to disturb the peaceful flow of provincial life at all. Since the XII century, the city has been the summer residence of the Portuguese aristocracy. People came here to enjoy nature and clean sea air, think about the meaning of life and calm their nerves.