Palácio Nacional da Pena

The Pena National Palace was built on the ruins of a Manueline convent and served as a summer residence for monarchs. This work perfectly combines neo-Gothic and neo-Manueline elements with Muslim and Indian elements. This combination accentuates, with the luxuriant vegetation of the Pena Park, its exotic and fantastic appearance. Inside, the ambience of a royal residence has been preserved.


  • 14.00€
  • Difficult external parking
  • Palaces & Mansions
  • Visitable (no guide), Shop/ Store, Visitable (with a guide), Bar/snack-bar, Restaurant

    opening hours

  • monday: 09:30-18:30
  • tuesday: 09:30-18:30
  • wednesday: 09:30-18:30
  • thursday: 09:30-18:30
  • friday: 09:30-18:30
  • saturday: 09:30-18:30
  • sunday: 09:30-18:30

Monuments near Palácio Nacional da Pena

Capela de São Lázaro

Small chapel dating back to the late 15th century or early 16th century. XVI. the portal, the final Gothic, has over stone of Royal arms. The interior is of a …

Fonte da Rua do Rio da Bica

Along the hillside of serra de Sintra is this source dated 1825.

Chafariz da Rua de Tude de Sousa

Fountain with pia covered by a dome that inside has, on each side, two banks lined the tile.

Chalet da Condessa d'Edla

Building consisting of two floors, built by King Consort Ferdinand, in 1870, to his second wife, Countess of Daniel. This is an example of romantic architectur…

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