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Layover at Lisbon and trip to Sintra

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I'm looking for flights to Seville, many flights with TAP seem to offer good amounts of stops at Lisbon. I'm really interested in Sintra, wondering if a 15 hour stopover is good enough to get to Sintra and and back from the airport, I'm assuming 1 hour for getting out of the airport, getting 2.5 hours before the next flight, googlemaps says it takes 1h10m to go there by train. So I'm left with about 6-7 hours of daylight. IS that decent enough, or just better to leave this for a future trip?
IS it possible to squeeze in a couple of hours at Lisbon as well?

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