Cascais travel guide

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You're Going to Love Cascais

Cascais is a pretty beach resort on the Estoril coast, close to Lisbon. It is one of the oldest tourist resorts in Portugal and was once the summer residence of the Portuguese royal family. The town attracts a younger crowd from Lisbon along with a large expat community of workers, resulting in an enjoyably cosmopolitan atmosphere.

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What to do in Cascais

When to Visit Cascais

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Cascais is on the Atlantic coast and can get a little chilly and wet in the winter. Summer is peak season, when the town comes alive.

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How to Get to Cascais

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Where to Stay in Cascais

The Salty Pelican is set in a traditional old house near the beach and has dorm rooms from around EUR40. For a little more luxury, try Grande Real Villa Italia, with double rooms from EUR150.

Popular Neighborhoods in Cascais

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How to Get Around Cascais

The Cost of Living in Cascais

Shopping Streets

Cascais Villa is a small mall in the center of town with food and fashion outlets. Cascais Shopping is a larger mall outside the town center at Alcabideche. It has fashion brands such as Zara and Massimo Dutti.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk in Cascais will cost EUR.80 and a loaf of bread EUR1.05.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
$8.88
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$84.78
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
$2.00
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
$1.28

Where to Eat in Cascais

You will find lots of cafes along the seafront selling Portuguese classics such as sardines from around EUR7.50. For more sophisticated seafood, try Restaurante O Pescador on Rua das Flores, where specialties like the salted cod dish bacalhau will cost around EUR25.