Views from Sintra, Portugal

Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by pbizarro, Feb 10, 2016.

  1. pbizarro

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  2. jarvan

    jarvan TalkEmount Regular

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    Jaroslav
    BW photos very nice, good composition :thumbup:
     
  3. davect01

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    Dave
    Just a lovely town :)

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  4. NickCyprus

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    Nick
    Very nice! #2 is my favorite;)
     
  5. Mus Aziz

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    Mus
    Nice pics...#4 and 5 are my favs
     
  6. WoodWorks

    WoodWorks Super Moderator Subscribing Member

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    David
    Yep, 2 for me too. It makes me want to see beyond the frame.
     
  7. michealj

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    Very nice set. i lingered over #3 the longest. Just some unanswered question about the hill and what the view is from the top.
     
  8. christilou

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    Christina
    These bring back happy memories of our trip last October. We didn't know how far the castle was so we walked up a seemingly endless and winding road!
     
  9. christilou

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    Christina
    This is my pic of the castle, A7R FE55

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  10. pbizarro

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    Thanks. It seems you took the normal route, which goes anticlockwise from the village up to Moor's castle. Indeed it is steep and full of twists and turns; it is actually the famous "rampa da Pena" from the Portugal Rally. It is much easier to take the route that goes clockwise from the village, much less steep, and you then come down via the rampa da Pena.
     
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  11. pbizarro

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    I see, that is actually Palacio da Pena, a little after Castelo dos Mouros.
     
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  12. Yohan

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    Yohan
    I will be heading to Portugal in April. Thanks for these photos.
     
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