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How to get to Cascais

Posted by on Jul 27, 2013 in Uncategorized |

Most of our visitors arrive to Cascais coming from Lisbon airport. Frequently they arrive here by taxi, which is a bit expensive! Simply because they are not sure about the public transportation in the region… To get to Cascais from any part of Lisbon it is easy, you simply have to get to Cais do Sodré train station. If you arrive by plane, you catch the red line of Lisbon Metro in Airport station, then you change for the green line in Alameda station, this line will take you to Cais do Sodré train station. There you have trains to Cascais every 20 minutes. The Cascais train station is right in the center of the town and most of Hotels are accessible with a short walk. Most of transport services are near the train station. If you want to rent a scooter we are 200 m away from train station near Jardim Visconde da Luz. Scooters are the simply and funniest way to discover all the...

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The Sun is here to stay.

Posted by on Apr 25, 2013 in Uncategorized |

Finally the Sun arrived to Portugal. Unlike last two weeks this is not a shy one. The invitation to a long evening outside is strong. Cascais is ready for a great season! Visit us! Enjoy the beach in the morning, have a fantastic Ice cream in Santini. Later you may have a beer in Largo de Camões. If your stomach is calling, you may have a Sushi in Sushissimo, a good restaurant to stay and relax for the night with lounge music and friendly people. The next morning we suggest a bicycle ride to Guincho, amazing views! Unforgettable bike path. After Lunch, If you fell strong enough, you can rent a scooter and go to Sintra: A meeting with History and all the beautiful castles. If you want to explore more, you can rent a scooter in the morning and drive to Lisbon along the “Marginal”, one of the most beautiful roads in Europe! The sea stretches till Lisbon and finally you meet the river “Tejo”. In your way you will experience the smell, the noises, the liberty of driving a scooter and stop where you want to. Explore the most hidden places of Lisbon in the old town. And when the night approaches you can return for your quiet drink in one of the many bars in...

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