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Really lovely house and very pretty gardens, including a tiled canal. Extremely quiet, so no queues. Recently renovated botanical gardens.
If you need a taxi at the end just ask where you buy the tickets and they will call one for you. very helpful
The palace is easy to find if you are driving and there is plenty of parking outside. It is pleasingly uncrowded after Sintra. It is being restored which is a huge job so some parts under scaffolding however it is a lovely garden to walk...More
Once upon a time there was a Portugese King, King Pedro,the third Lord of the House of the Infantado,who in 1747 transformed the Quelez Country House created by his predecessor into a Summer Palace.Over the next hundred years the country went through several ascensions and...More
This is one of the less visited places near Lisbon but very easy for a half a day trip using the Lisbon-Sintra train. A interior is well organised with lots of information and maps of the palace. The grounds are also suppose to be very...More
In spite of the rainy weather which did not allow us to visit the gardens. We could only peer through the windows and what we saw was lovely even though not many flowers were yet in bloom. Not a crowded visit at all and it's...More
This palace is way underrated in comparison with Pena Palace and/or other castles in Lisbon. Because of that it is rather quiet and private - which gives you a nice space to explore on your own. The garden is huge with nice maze decorations and...More
This is a hidden jem of a Palace. We had to travel to Rossio Station, Lisbon to get the Sintra line to Belas/Quelez. There are three trains an hour and it isn't expensive on the trains. Trains are very comfortable. Ask which direction to leave...More