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Palace 9.45am- 7.00pm (last admission at 6.30pm)
Park 9.30am- 8.00pm (last admission at 7.00pm)
Winter opening- late October until the following Easter begins at 10.00am with an earlier closing time of 5.00pm.
Entrance fee- €14 for adults, €12.50 for seniors and children aged 6-17 (those aged younger than six are free) or you can buy a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) for €49.
Estrada da Pena, 2710-609 Sintra, Portugal
If you are driving from Lisbon, take the IC19 to Sintra or the IC30 or EN9 from Mafra. When you arrive in the centre of the historic town you will see a sign indicating the way to Pena. There really is very limited parking available at the palace (20 spaces) and less than 100 spaces available in Sintra.
There are three train lines from Lisbon. The best option is the Sintra Line from Estacao do Rossio. A single ticket costs €2.25 for an adult or €1.15 for a child’s ticket. A return ticket costs €4.50/€2.30. From Sintra there is a bus service (number 434) from the railway station that travels up the steep road to the palace entrance.
If you prefer to arrive on foot there are several hiking trails that you can follow ranging in distance and difficulty. You can get details from the information centre in the centre of Sintra.