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We were in the park and decided to walk past the lakes on our way back to the entrance after seeing the palace. It was a nice walk, but not worth a huge detour. They were a little scummy and old looking.
A pleasant way to get down from the palace and was better and more enjoyable than the palace. Continue straight across when you exit the gate and you can walk up to the Castle of the Moors or down into the old town. A bit...More
Since the palace is the main attraction we did not make this park the focus of our visit but it is very good nevertheless. Has many places where you can get your little corner of tranquility. Is just below the palace and has two mini...More
From the Palace to the gardens, you cannot go wrong seeing this attraction. Do make sure you get there early, and see the Palace first or you will stand in queues forever. But the gardens are fantastic, and you can spend hours walking down the...More
This was one of the highlights of our walk through the park, away from the crowds queueing to get into the palace. Lots of natural beauty, supplemented by the quaint man-made duck 'houses' in the lower lakes.
A great opportunity to recharge the batteries before...More
We had limited time in Pena Park and we were glad we chose to walk through the Vale dos Lagos. It is easy to walk with lots of water, reflections, royal duck houses, and a good view up to the castle high above.
It’s worth to visit this very lush and green park along with more famous hilltop castle.
Very quiet and not as much popular as castle, yet it offers great escape from crowds and the city of Lisbon.
There’s a combined ticket to both attractions, make...More
We did the castle first and explored the park afterwards. It's hard to imagine that there's also a ticket booth to Palace and Park at the Lagos/Lakes bus stop of bus #434. Hardly anybody enters the park here. Good thing because we hardly saw any...More
Get your map at the entrance to the palace. The map is very detailed, but not all that clear. The little depictions on the map are probably your best guide. There isn't really one trail. There are many trails that lead you... More
Get your map at the entrance to the palace. The map is very detailed, but not all that clear. The little depictions on the map are probably your best guide. There isn't really one trail. There are many trails that lead you sideways, down and up, whatever you prefer and it may take you an hour or about 15 minutes if you plan your course ahead and depending on how much in a rush you are. As to ease of walking - most is easy, even by wheelchair, but there are areas that are less so and are more steep and involve taking steps. At the bottom is an entrance with a kiosk as well as a bathroom. Most importantly, do take that map.