This is a place to visit ’batches where I’ve been’ as being the most western point in Europe but actually there is absolutely nothing to see. Open sea ofcourse.
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Cabo de Roca is the western-most point of Continental Europe. Using the bus pass that I purchased for Sintra (about 14Euros), I boarded the bus to be dropped off at Cabo de Roca. It’s windy and one can just stand there and imagine the thousands...More
This cape, not far from Sintra, is the westernmost point of our continent, ahead of the Atlantic Ocean.Hundreds of people come here daily to watch the sunset. Just a few minutes, but they are remembered and become meaningful in life ... and a stream of...More
As part of our tour to Sintra, we dropped by this place. Before we got off our Land Rover service, we were warned with the presence of pickpockets in the area, good its off peak season there were few people in the area. The view...More
Took a private day trip with guide. We found it very interesting and very picturesque. The weather was great and took lots of pictures. They offer a certificate to say you have stood on the most westernmost part of Europe closest to the US.
after a full day in Sintra, we managed to catch the penultimate 403 bus, at 7 pm; the last bus from Cabo da Roca is to 8.30 pm; the cost is 5 euros each it was a very romantic moment - it was night when...More
This is the terminus of a spine of mountains that passes through Sintra and drops into the ocean. You view the ocean from a great height and it is inspiring to think that the next chunk of mainland is North America. A wonderful place to...More
End of Europe what can I say more :) This place will stop your breath from everywhere. If you travel to Lisbon, this is the place you MUST visit !!!!!!!!!!
Go from Sintra at least 2 hours before sunset, my mistake that i went just 30 minutes before sunset, the bus will take around 50 minutes in a curvy road packed with tourists, if you find yourself arriving late don't go at all, it's worth...More