It's a lovely city centre with old buildings very well taken care of but full of tourists even off season.
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A walk in and around Cascais is a delight at any time but today I discovered a museum within the Town Hall that I’d not known of previously. It provides an interesting interpretation of the history of the town/area. There’s lots to read in Portuguese/English...More
Statute and a square, along the beach, a lovely spot with places to eat and shop all around. Places to sit and rest.
Cascais is the green and calmer neighbor of Lisbon, but you are still very close to go explore the capital... If you are traveling with children, Cascais is your destination... everything there was build having your little munchkins in mind... the parks, playgrounds, walks and...More
Cascais is a very nice and cosy place to walk around. Enjoy the sun, have lunch or dinner on a terrace of one of the maaany restaurants. Visit 1 or all the beaches in the area with clear water and proper sand. Cascais is only...More
We spent a week in October in the Cascais area . Weather was superb , surroundings picturesque and very beautiful with amazing seaview and long shoreline with many sandy beaches . Attractive for walking , cyckling and running as a pedestrian and cycling road system...More