It looks more like a little fairy tales house, but it is quite real, and it was here that Elise Hensler, Countess d'Edla and opera singer, lived her love story with King Fernando II. The Condessa d'Edla chalet, reopened to the public in 2013, was inspired by the Swiss mountain constructions and is surrounded by botanical species from around the world, as well as various fountains and small belvederes. The ticket includes a visit to Quinta da Pena, the chalets’ interior and Jardim da Condessa. Adult ticket: € 9.50. Children under 5 years don’t pay.