It is quite easy to see most of the sites and attractions of the historic quarter on foot. Attractions are clearly sign posted..
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Just a short train journey from Lisbon city centre, Cascais is a lovely little seaside town about 40 minutes away. The train ticket was under 5euros and deposited you at the station, a few minutes walk from the town centre, which is clean, compact and...More
We were in Lisbon city for the weekend and took the train out to Cascais, it was really worth it. It's small and pretty with some beautiful old buildings and some small clean beaches. Lovely to wander around. It was September when we visited but...More
Nice and in many places elegant village/suburb to Lissabon. It shows that the community takes care of squares, streets and marina. Beautiful buildings and a feeling of safety everywhere. Beaches close to town centre are very nice and relatively calm.
A one night stay in Cascais and it seems we will return! Nice options of restaurants and shops. Maybe a bit heavy on the tourist parts (people outside restaurants wanting to have you as customer, shops with sardines and so on). But overall a quite...More
The coastal center of Cascais around the beaches and the train station is a necessary stop if you're in the Lisbon region. It has a nice little center with good restaurants, nice little shops and a beautiful waterfront. We began our walk from the train...More
My son and I did some walking about in the historic district of Cascais on our own and were constantly impressed with history and art of all sorts. The architecture, monuments, and functional wharf provided a very enjoyable afternoon walk in the lovely Portugese summer.
We stayed at a hotel in Estoril but walked to Cascais in the early evening to stroll around and have dinner. We also came here with our car a couple of times. Very nice with small beaches between the rocks. And plenty of restaurants, shopping...More
It is a great place to visit and live! You 've got great calm beaches, great restaurants for all purses and cafés with several sea view, plus Portuguese people are so nice!
If you are thinking visiting Cascais, I recommend walking around the city center. An old fisher village, today is a place of charm and culture. In ours days the city is different, with rich people and lots of places to drink and eat. There are...More