With its intricate architecture and striking buildings, Lisbon has everything a Wes Anderson aficionado could want. After a stroll to Commerce Square in the heart of the city, visit Alfama, the oldest neighborhood in Portugal. The district is adorned with colorful buildings, picturesque narrow streets and stunning views.
A short distance from Lisbon, Sintra is full of colorful palaces, castles and enchanting gardens. What sets Sintra apart is the Pena Palace, an iconic attraction that depicts the eccentric style of Anderson’s films. The palace is a riot of energetic hues and architectural styles, combining Gothic, Renaissance and Manueline styles.
The exterior of the palace is painted in shades of pink, yellow, and blue, but the interior is equally stunning, with intricate tilework, stained glass, and ornamental details in its striking interior design.
Once filming is complete, rest your head at the Hyatt Regency Lisbon, a Category 4 Hyatt hotel. Awards nights here start at 12,000 World of Hyatt points during the off-peak season and climb to 18,000 points during peak hours.
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