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This is a lovely part of Cascais very enjoyable walking around the ruins and the Old Town plenty of cafes and restaurants to pop into to refresh yourself definitely worth a look if you are in the area.
If you are tired out of Lisbon, Cascais is less than 30 minutes drive, offering lovely mediterranean flair, small beaches and good restaurants. Only downside are obvious turist traps. And, at least to my taste, too many British / Irish pubs.
Cascais is a small town with a great heart. This year (2018) it's the Youth City of Europe. Lots of school children were out and about cleaning up litter, handing out maps and moving jellyfish away from bathers. It's a compact centre with a few...More
Walking through the center of Cascais is an amazing, historic, experience. Cascais has been choosen by so many artists has a place to live or simply to spend some periods of their lives. The steps of Mircea Eliade, Herberto Helder, Eça de Queirós or Fernando...More
Yes, definitely. We just wandered around and went into whatever we thought looked interesting. Parking your vehicle will be the hardest part and even that looked ok but would recommend starting about 9/9.30am. Do go to... More
Yes, definitely. We just wandered around and went into whatever we thought looked interesting. Parking your vehicle will be the hardest part and even that looked ok but would recommend starting about 9/9.30am. Do go to Sintra and if possible stay up there. Traffic up there is diabolical from approx 9.30 until 4.30 so much better to stay and get around via tuk tuk. This was much better than the bus.