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nazare to tomar

by debo123 Online Now Jul 17, 2003 at 7:57 PM

Are there buses to tomar from nazare and what is there to do in tomar?

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    Re: nazare to tomar

    by leffe3 Online Now Jul 17, 2003 at 9:13 PM

    Don't know about transport for Nazare, buit plenty to do in Tomar. Sit by the river drinking coffee and watch the world go by (or eat lunch, dinner whatever), walk along the banks of said river, meander through the alleyways and back streets of the old town, visit the compact but delightful cathedral and ornate town square, walk uphill (not an easy walk, not a difficult one) to the old castle and ruined monastery overlooking the town. Its a delight - 2 -3 days of taking it easy, or could 'do it' in a day. Enjoy Keith

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    Re: nazare to tomar

    by rp6686 Online Now Jul 18, 2003 at 7:13 AM

    Hi! Tomar ====== http://www.tomar.com.pt/ http://tomar.com.sapo.pt/ portugal-info.net/costaprata... manorhouses.com/unesco/whtom... letsgo.com/WEUR/18-Portugal-... Nazaré ====== http://www.cm-nazare.pt/nazare.htm http://www.mediazoom.com/prata/ http://www.angelfire.com/wv/nazare/ revistaiberica.com/Rutas_y_d... (This webpage has detailed information on going to Nazaré by car and tips on visiting [by car] nearby towns) letsgo.com/WEUR/18-Portugal-... ------------------------------ [Information from Let's Go 2003: Western Europe]: Rodoviária Tejo buses (Phone number +351 249 312 738) leave from Av. Combatentes Grande Guerra, by the train station, for: Coimbra (2½hr., 7am, €8.25); Leiria (1hr.; M-F 7:15am and 5:45pm, Sa 7am; €3-6); Lisbon (2hr., 4 per day 9:15am-6pm, €6); Porto (4hr., 7am, €10.50); and Santarém (1hr., 9:15am and 6pm, €6). Nazaré is accessible by bus (Phone number: +351 262 551 172). Buses run to: Coimbra (2hr., 5 per day 6:25am-7:25pm, €7); Lisbon (2hr., 8 per day 6:50am-8pm, €6.50); Porto (3½hr., 5 per day 6:25am-7:25pm, €11); and Tomar (1½hr. 3 per day 7am-5pm, €4.50). Cheers! RP

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    Re: Re: nazare to tomar

    by rp6686 Online Now Jul 18, 2003 at 7:18 AM

    Hello again. ATTENTION: ========== In the Let's Go 2003 information the first block of text is relative to Tomar. I think it is not clear. [Information from Let's Go 2003: Western Europe]: TOMAR IN TOMAR, Rodoviária Tejo buses (Phone number +351 249 312 738) leave from Av. Combatentes Grande Guerra, by the train station, for: Coimbra (2½hr., 7am, €8.25); Leiria (1hr.; M-F 7:15am and 5:45pm, Sa 7am; €3-6); Lisbon (2hr., 4 per day 9:15am-6pm, €6); Porto (4hr., 7am, €10.50); and Santarém (1hr., 9:15am and 6pm, €6). NAZARÉ Nazaré is accessible by bus (Phone number: +351 262 551 172). Buses run to: Coimbra (2hr., 5 per day 6:25am-7:25pm, €7); Lisbon (2hr., 8 per day 6:50am-8pm, €6.50); Porto (3½hr., 5 per day 6:25am-7:25pm, €11); and Tomar (1½hr. 3 per day 7am-5pm, €4.50). Cheers. RP

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  • Re: Re: nazare to tomar

    by anubis1 Online Now Jul 18, 2003 at 11:28 AM

    The Templar castle is a delight. Hardly any tourists. Nobody selling anything. I couldn't even get a book on Tomar. It's a not to miss place. Arthur

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