Travel back in time and immerse yourself in the rich history of this ornate palace and garden. Known as Portugal's answer to Versailles, it was originally designed as a summer residence for the royal family, before King Pedro III transformed it into a full-fledged palace. Skip the lines and discover for yourself the majesty of the 18th-century aris...
- * Entrance to the National Palace of Queluz
- * Entrance to the Palace Gardens
- * Horse and pony rides
- Due to restoration work, some areas have limited access. Getting There: Train: Monte Abraão and Queluz-Belas stations. The palace is roughly one kilometer from the stations. Free hop-on hop-off service: There's a free hop-on hop-off service available in the gardens. Simply show your entrance ticket and hop on! * Kids under 6 get in free, please select a ticket for them * Reduced tickets for children 6-18 and seniors 65+ are available onsite * Please keep your ticket available during your visit * Inside the palace, you must not take photographs using flash or a tripod * No dogs are allowed in the palace and park, with the exception of guide dogs
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