Is there a good way to get from Cascais to Hard Rock Cafe in Lisbon by train/ bus?
Is cascais a safe place for a young family? Are schools good?
Is the Solar Dom Carlos hotel still open. None of the booking sites show any vacancy no matter what date I puut in and the hotel is not answering emails?
Is there a bus from estoril to the hippodrome in Cascais?
How far is the hippodrome from the train station in Cascais?
We would like to visit this restaurante in November 2014. When are the Fado evenings? Weekdays or weekends? Is it necessary to book? How expensive is it?
I last visited Cascais in 1960, what has changed in the last 53 years? and what has stayed the same?
What can we expect for weather when we visit during the last week in October? Is it typically rainy at that time of year? Cool or warm?
What are the travel options for getting to Sintra from Cascais...travelling party has 4 adults and 2 children under 4
I am looking for a public swimming pool to use in Cascais area or near , Monte Estoril, Estoril, preforably Cascais.
I am pregnant and need to keep myself fit! they say swimming is the best.
If anyone know of any public pools, or even gym swimming classes that specilise in pregnancy would be majorly helpful!!!
Where can I go to buy a pedestal fan to use during my stay in Cascais?
Hello, I would like to go to Portugal in September 1-15. I am planning to stay in Lisboa or Cascais. I was wondering what is the weather like in Cascais during the first two weeks in September? Is it warm enough for swimming and sunbathing?
Is there a bus to Casa da Guia from the town center?
Does anybody know if the free bikes are available tomorrow (09.04.2012) at cascais? If so, which hours? Or what would be the telephone number to call and ask about that? Thanks in advance!
I am looking for a Photo booth or Photo machine in the Cascais area where I can have my photo taken for a passport. Can anyone help ?
My family would like to vacation in June. 2 adults & 15yr old son; we were looking for sightseeing and beach and this seems like a good choice. Should we stay in Lisbon and take the train or the opposite? What can we expect to pay for food tours ect? Are the beaches suitable for boogie boarding? We can travel any time June, July or August; is one month better than the other. Any info would be appreciated. Thank you
My wife and I are planning a trip to Cascais for a couple of days as part of a trip to Portugal in September. I am trying to book a hotel in the area that will meet all of our needs. Particularly, could anyone recommend a hotel that is firmly situated close to the beach, but is also walking distance from a nice selection of restaurants? One hotel that I was looking at which looks quite nice is Hotel Cascais Miragem. The reviews are quite favourable, and I was just wondering if anyone in this group had any experiences there?
Also, would it be possible to use Cascais as a base for Lisbon? If we enjoy the feel of Cascais, I’m thinking it might be nice to come back there in the evenings if we decide to make one or two daytrips to Lisbon. I’m just wondering if anyone else has tried this plan? Thanks in advance.
i have 3 children 22, 18 and 16: Would be firat time in Cascai.Is there enough night life to keep the two older ones happy? If they´re happy so will I be!
Can anyone help me with bus or train connections and times to get from Lisbon airport to Cascais. I like to have my route bur/train numbers and times all written down before i travel. Would be great if anyone knows these please, so i know what to look for and where to go when i arrive later this month!
I was curious what life in Cascais might be like for a Japanese-American family (elderly mother, young grandson)?
Are the people in this area quite tolerant, without any 'fringe groups' who may be condescending/hostile towards those of a different ethnic group? I've learned that while the majority of people are usually open-minded, it only takes a small group (e.g. xenophobes/skinheads) to ruin it.
I've read that there are many tourists and a large ex-pat population here, so it sounds like a fairly relaxed, cosmopolitan area, but any thoughts/personal observations would be appreciated.
I'd also appreciate any general observations on what life in Cascais is like for retirees.
Hi-I am going to Cascais for just a few days next month, flying in to Lisbon.
As time is short was hoping there was a direct airport bus but some forums say this is not running? Would it be best to pre book a transfer or get a taxi at the airport and about how much should I expect to pay?
Is it easy to get a train from cascais to porto?
I'm looking for an apartment within walking distance of the town centre in Cascais that sleeps four with access to a pool.
I'm looking at £1000 / Euros 1100 for 2weeks - is this possible?
Any help or recomendations welcome
travelling with friends to Portugal/Cascais in July and looking for cheaper accomodation, hostel or something similar for few days...any idea or recommendation for concrete hotel/hostel, maybe from your own experience??
thanks lot for help in advance
Where to park a car for 4 days/nights in Cascais? Are there any safe underground parkings in the area? How much is it? Well, the parking may be locked/closed at night - I am not going to use my car during my stay in Cascais.
Next Wednesday my wife Urszula (matcrazy0) and I start fantastic trip (I can't wait :-) from Poland to Euromeet in Cascais. Surely, as always, we will travel by car. We are going to visit northern Spain and Portugal on the way there and back (+ maybe Bordeaux, Biarritz and generally Burgundy in France). It's 3400 km one way! Unfortunatelly our centrally located hotel in Cascais (Pergola House) doesn't guarantee any parking place. Hmm... two weeks ago I parked my car overnight in northern France on a public paid parking and I (and 7 other cars) had flat tires in the morning. That's why I ask (being warned of car burglaries as well) and I worry about it.
Greetings and hugs,
The Euromeet is approaching and I can only say "woohoo!" - at the same time it's a little scary for me, as a newbie not knowing what to expect. And this is the first solo trip I'm doing where I'm not staying at somebody's place...so I have some (dumb) questions:
- I read the Euromeet page regularly. I assume the CP tickets aren't valid on Carris buses or trams and to use those we have to buy bus/tram tickets, right? Or is there a card/ticket valid on both?
- Are there fountains with drinkable water like in Rome, or where could I refill a bottle if I bring one with me?
- Not exactly related to Cascais, but when I arrive at Cais do Sodré, how do I go to the Hard Rock Café Lisbon (Avenida da Liberdade, 2)? I collect t-shirts and would like to buy them on my private time (I don't wanna carry more stuff than I have to on the Lisbon tour :P)
I was on the train site looking for how to get from Porto to Cascais. Could someone please "translate". This is one of the better connections (less transfers) - there are four transfers, two in Alcantara alone. (see below).
- Is this correct?
- Are those places where the train is tranferring *safe* for a woman alone?
- Is the scenery from Porto worth taking the train, or should I just fly to Lisbon and catch something into Cascais?
9h47 Porto - Campanha
2h35 €39,50 €27,50
U 12h27 Oriente
TC 12h51 Alcantara-Terra
U 13h15 Alcantara-Mar
U 13h37 Oeiras
Some time ago I wrote atip about the big park where the Museu Condes de Castro Guimaraes is located. I am not sure about the name of this park. Is this Parque Municipal da Gandarinha, or Parque Marechal Carmona?
do they allow mobility scooters on train from lisburn to estoril (the one i have
is about the smallest you can get)
What options do I have for getting to Alcabideche from Cascais. Is there a bus? I noticed that there are only 6 km or so between Cascais and Alcabideche...is it easy and cheap by taxi?