Near the centre of Sintra-Vila, Turismo de Lisboa's helpful multilingual office has expert insight on Sintra and the surrounding areas, tickets to many attractions (avoid lines later!) and the interactive 'Myths &am…
Setúbal's excellent municipal tourist information headquarters is located inside a restored 1745 convent. It houses an excellent regional wine shop (wholesale prices), a small gallery and museum, and offers regional…
This place manages the majority of top Sintra sites. Its ticket office and information booth have information regarding Castelo dos Mouros, Convento dos Capuchos, Palácio and Parque de Monserrate, Palácio Nacional d…
You can try your luck at the Centro de Saúde, although they're not supposed to treat non-EU residents. For more serious emergencies, the region's modern public hospital, Hospital de Cascais, is 13km south.
Sintra's official municipal tourism (read: unbiased) information is located way out at Cabo da Roca. Many folks stop in here to purchase the €11 'I’ve-been-there' Cabo da Roca certificate.
This regional tourism office of Turismo de Lisboa has a glass floor revealing the remains of a Roman garum (fish-condiment) factory. Hands out leaflets on the area.
The official Cascais tourist information booth has a handy map and events guide (What's in Cascais), and is helpful to an extent.
This official tourist information point of Turismo de Lisboa in Sintra provides a free, informative map and help with accommodation.
Mafra's new tourist information centre is just off the south side of the palace and full of information, maps and helpful staff.
In a new location in Alcabideche, 6km north of Cascais. Offers emergency service with English-speaking doctors.