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Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Cascais

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Cascais with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Cascais area

This Cascais map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
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City tours, excursions and tickets in Cascais and surroundings

Portugal - moving around the country

The most popular form of public transport is the bus. They make trips within the same city as well as neighboring regions, and far-away places of the country. Absolutely all buses are technically sound, their passenger compartments are clean and neat, and the most comfortable conditions for traveling are created. Bus tickets are sold at roadside newspaper kiosks. On average, a trip around the city costs 1 euro. If you buy a ticket in advance, you can save a little. There is an opportunity to purchase a multi-day pass. The price for a 3-day ticket is about 4 Euros. In the capital, in addition to buses, trams and funicular are used as public transport. There are metros in Lisbon. If you plan to travel frequently around the city, it is best to purchase a universal travel card that gives you the right to ride on the metro, trams, buses and lifts. The fare for a week costs only 12 Euros. … Open

Overview of festivals and celebrations in Portugal

Residents of the cities of Torres Vedras or Ovars engage in mass festivities in a rather comical and care free manner by poking at giant humorous figures of politicians which they themselves have constructed. In a way, they are in the process, exercising their rights to freedom of expression. Usually, the eve of Maslenitsa is a period of spending time with family, going out to publicly held celebrations and wearing traditional Portuguese costumes. For locals, this is an opportunity to have a good time since it includes also a long-awaited reunion with friends and loved ones. … Open

Photogallery of Cascais sights

Our guide to Cascais

Active recreation

Most tourists prefer watching the latest movies in the most popular cinema in Cascais - O Cinema da Villa. In the city, you can also enjoy playing tennis at Clube de Tenis do Estoril. Besides an active pastime, Cascais offers a lot of extra opportunities like visiting beautiful parks famous for their scenic beauty. Here you can not only get aesthetic pleasure but also relax after active leisure to be able to … Open

Festivals and events in Cascais

Cascais also hosts sports festivals like Billadong Pro, which is held in early October and is dedicated to surfing. During the event, the best surfers gather on the city beaches to compete for the title of the best. A beautiful colorful carnival is held in Cascais on the occasion of Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday). Starting in mid or late February and lasting until the beginning or mid-March (dates depend on the beginning … Open

Advices for travellers

4. Dinner is served rather early in local restaurants, no later than at 19:30. The prices in the restaurants of Cascais can vary, so travelers are advised to follow local people. If there are many locals in a restaurant, then it provides tasty and rather inexpensive food. 5. When you finish your meal, don’t forget to call a waiter, otherwise it will take you really long to wait until he … Open

Shopping, streets and outlets

Not far from Passeio Dom Luis is the most popular souvenir market in town. It is a series of stalls and kiosks where one can find virtually any accessories and decorations from local craftsmen. Ladies will surely enjoy a broad selection of handmade jewelry - hundreds of types of bracelets, pendants, rings and other incredible jewelry in the national style. Men in search of new fashion looks should go to Modas … Open

Cascais for children - what to visit

There is a very interesting museum in Cascais, which is worth a visit by adults and children. It is the Museo do Mar. This museum is dedicated to the sea and everything related to it. Here you can see miniature copies of ships, shells of big crabs, portraits of world famous seafarers and other intriguing exhibits. For guests with children, the museum conducts special excursions which are sure to fascinate the kids. … Open

Travel guide to Cascais

There are many magnificent palaces in the city. One of the most famous and beautiful is Palacio dos Conde de Castro Guimaraes. Within the walls of this palace today, is an incredibly interesting museum, it stores a collection of 25,000 books, which is considered one of the largest in Portugal. Among these books there are real rarities, which are more than 500 years old. In this museum, there is also a rich collection … Open - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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