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Tapada Nacional de Mafra, Mafra

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • In the heart of the Mafra Forest this Preserve is a little peace of wild life that allows us visitors to see a very interesting group of animals in the nature, this place is very big and makes availab...  more »
  • They're good at charging you 6€ for 20 minutes of archery practice but when you get on site, the "instructor" tells you you have to wait but doesn't say for how long. Probably more than 45 minutes. Ou...  more »
  • (In English below) Escolhemos fazer apenas passeio pedestre. Os 8 km do troço fizeram-se sem qualquer dificuldade. Vimos veados e gamos e algumas aves de rapina selvagens. Passámos um dia bastante agr...  more »
Google
  • Great National Park. You can see some animals at wild and several species of trees. The park is huge. Use one of the visits they offer: train or electric car. It is also great if you like to walk or ride bicycle. They offer a pi-nic bag, should you want to have lunch in the park. Expect to use 3 hours to enjoy the park.
  • Nice place for hiking and other outdoor activities! You can see lots of boars and deers.
  • Beautiful and a great place to do a safari close to the city!
  • Seems abandoned. The site and information in general sucks. Expected more for a payed walk.
  • Nice park 30 minutes from Lisbon with a few hiking trail options. We took the shortest one (1 hr walk) but actually managed to see some deer and small wild boar. The admission fee includes 2 activities which that day was a talk on apiculture (beekeeping) and a display of predator birds (hawks, owls, etc)