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Tapada Nacional de Mafra, Mafra

(4.3/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Tapada Nacional de Mafra is located in Mafra. To visit Tapada Nacional de Mafra on your trip to Mafra, use our Mafra tourist route planner.
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  • The Tapada de mafra it is possible to view wildlife series umsa learn a lot about the animals that are there. The Part of falconry is very funny and interesting. It is possible to practice some unusual activities like archery. A great walk with children. can walking by train or bike MTB panoramico.
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  • Room well maintained, with good management, you will find here the possibility of making a good walk through the forest, to make more radical activities with controlled costs, Recommend
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  • Taking experience traveling in a tourist train just unfortunate and not appropriate at all (released a toxic cloud of smoke and noise bothers tourists and with certain animals and plants, tapada de Mafra this is a fantastic Natural space, where we can have contact with Fauna and Flora unique in Portugal.
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  • It's awful. I like walking and hiking but Tapada Nacional de Mafra is almost shameful. The so called "trail" is not really a footpath, but the paths that were created for the service cars of the staff and you don't really get to see the animals in there natural habitat because they are conditioned to strategic places for you to see and more than used to human presence. Only go there if you wish to walk for hours in the sun, in the most uninteresting trails only to see some domesticated deers and boars close to the end of the circuit. Utterly bad.
  • 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)
  • Natural park with protected species, can be seen some birds, deer and fallow deer and other
  • Great Park, super views, a bit More places to sit for Breaks Would be good, and also there Are Not all signs in english.
  • Great views. You can feel the nature