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Full-Day Small-Group Sintra and Cascais Tour from Lisbon
"You will be picked up at your hotel in the early morning and visit the Queluz Palace - the summer residence of the Portuguese Royal Family. Here you will have 45 minutes to look around and admire the beautiful architecture.After you will head to the Pena Palace in Sintra (UNESCO). This is said to be the most beautiful romantic palace in Europe. Here you will have one and a half hours to explore. Next you will visit the historical center of Sintra (UNESCO). Here you can feel the romance in the air as you walk its very old streets for about two and a half hours.After lunch (not included) you will proceed to visit the most western point in Europe - The Roca Cape where you will have a half an hour for  photos.In Cascais you will see the beautiful elegant fishing village and learn of its importance as a refuge for many Royal Eu you will stop in the Gardens of the Casino of Estoril for the last photos of this excellent day (time for photos will be about 15 minutes)."""
From EUR55.00
 
"Sintra
"Sintra Pena Palace and Cascais Half-Day Trip from Lisbon""From Lisbon head west to Sintra a UNESCO World Heritage Site and so-called fairytale town due to its hills palaces and villas. Your guide will lead you on a 15-hour tour through the famous Pena Palace (Palácio da Pena)
From EUR40.00
 
"Private Tour: Sintra
Cabo da Roca and Cascais Tour from Lisbon""Private Tour: Sintra Cabo da Roca and Cascais Day Trip from Lisbon""Start with a pickup from your Lisbon hotel then travel north along the Atlantic coast with your private guide in an air-conditioned vehicle. The further away from the city you get the more stunning the scenery becomes. As you gaze out at the wild sea and rugged cliffs listen to your guide tell you more about this beautiful region.Pass by the old Sintra village on your way up to Pena National Palace
From EUR99.00

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Photo "safari"

The old Cascais part of town is great for taking pictures.Small streets, green squares and a small beach; ideal subjects to be photographed.BTW The green is green due to hidden water hoses that water...
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Get yourself a Segway

Tal and I decided to take a "trip", so we went and hired a Segway. This two wheeled vehicle can make some fast time, about 12 kilometers per hour... you get trained for a few minutes at the rental...
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Guincho beach.

Guincho beach is a big wide beach that is one of the most trendy hangouts in portugal and the place has a good selection of very nice cafes and restaurants aswell as a good beach.It´s located around 6...
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Cabo da Roca

A few miles west of Cascais you come to the westernmost point of continental Europe, the Cabo da Roca, described by the 16th century Portuguese poet Luís de Camões as the place "where the land ends...
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Big feet, shade, swans and terrapins

Cascais has some rather nice green and shady spaces, which I suspect were largely created around the turn of the last century for the wealthy to promenade, to see and be seen.To the west of the town...
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Look up!

Most people don't.....and you can miss so much if you don't.Architectural twiddles, wonderful flowers and plants, tiled areas above doorways, the insides of derelict houses, ancient monuments set into...
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St Juliao da Barra

This old fortress used to be part of a line of defence by the Portuguese maritime to guard the Lisbon coast. Built during the 16th century, it was extended over time and ended up being one of the...
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Cascais Market

I have no idea where this market is! A waiter in the restaurant we had lunch in mentioned it to us, so we decided to head over to it to work our lunch off! It was a brisk 15 minute walk from the...
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Boca do Inferno

The Boca do Inferno or Hell?s mouth is a huge cavern on the cliffs that was been created by the fury of the waves.It is located from the centre of Cascais about 3km. I walked to get there, it worth...
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Boca de Inferno

Boca de Inferno is located just a few kilometers from the center of Cascais and is a natural cave in the face of the cliffs. Over time the top of the cave collapsed forming a unique opening in the...
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Estoril Beaches

Estorial beaches are a hit during the summer to the point of being over crowded. There are facilities available such as showers and toilets and thatched umbrellas are also on the beach for shade.
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Exploring Cascais

Try to explore all the streets in centre Cascais. There are beautifull buildings hidden in narrow streets. Beautifull blue portuguese tiles like these.
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Top Hotels in Cascais

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Rua Frei Nicolau de Oliveira, Parque da Gandarinha, Cascais, Estremadura, 2750-641, Portugal
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Avenida Marginal, 8554, Cascais, Estremadura, 2754-536, Portugal
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Rua Frei Nicolau de Oliveira 100, Cascais, Estremadura, 2750, Portugal
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Estrada Do Guincho, Cascais, Estremadura, P-2750-642, Portugal
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Avenida Manuel Julio Carvlaho e Costa, 115, Alameda Guia, Cascais, Estremadura, 2754-518, Portugal
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Av Marginal, Cascais, Estremadura, 2750, Portugal
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Top Things to Do in Cascais

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Boca do Inferno

This deep crevice in the rocky coast near Cascais is a popular draw for tourists, although I personally failed to see why. Maybe the weather was just too nice and the sea too calm when I visited. In...
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Town Centre - Downtown

After wandering as far as the railway, I headed back past the beach and along Rua Frederico Arouca. This is one of Cascais's most interesting streets for Restaurants and speciality shops. There are...
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Beaches

Cascais has several beaches. I think they are more than ten. I have only spent some time at a beach near the town's center. I don' t know its name, but I remember that there were several cafes and...
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Casa de Santa Maria

Casa de Santa Maria was designed by architect Raul Lino and build in 1902. This true mediterranean building with Arab influences is open to the public. No admission fee. Visiting hours: Tu-Su: 10AM...
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Museu Condes de Castro Guimaraes - Museum

The Counts of Castro Guimarães Palace was constructed in 1890. It's located at the Santa Marta Cove, close to the sea. In 1924 the buiding was transformed into the Cascais Municipal Museum. Inside art...
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Parque Municipal da Gandarinha

This beautiful park is a good place to rest a bit after your meal, or after a long walk. Inside there is a small zoo with domestic animals, a restaurant, a pic nic area, and a kids playground. Here...
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"CASCAIS - THE COAST OF KINGS"
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"Delightful Fishing Village On The Atlantic Coast"
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