Airbnb cascais

airbnb cascais

Where to stay in Cascais?

Cascais Pentax Studio is an elegant and cozy space, recently renovated and located close to the beautiful village of Cascais, at a 15 minute walk distance to the center, placed in a quiet neighborhood. With a double bed and a sofa bed, it is ideal for up to 2 adults and one child.

Where is Cascais located in Portugal?

Cascais is a lovely city located in Greater Lisbon on the Portuguese Riviera. It has rich beginnings, starting with Luis I of Portugal, who made the town the location of his summer home. This move attracted other rich aristocrats and prompted them to do the same, including royalty from other nations.

How do I get to Cascais from Lisbon Airport?

Lisbon (LIS) is the closest international airport, with car hire and taxis readily available for the 40-minute drive to Cascais. The airport is connected by rail to Cais do Sodré station, from which trains to Cascais take 40 minutes.

Why choose the Cascais garden house?

Cascais Amazing GardenHouse With Shared PlungePool The Garden House is a cosy and secluded studio apartment for two people that overlooks our lush garden and is the ideal choice for a peaceful and relaxing getaway.

How much is a train ticket from Lisbon Airport to Cascais?

How much is a train ticket from Lisbon airport to Cascais? There is no train that travels from the airport to Cascais. First, you will have to get to Cais do Sodre station and take the urban train from there. Regular train tickets cost 2.20€ per person.

How to get to Cascais from the airport?

With good connections, you can be in Cascais in less than 90 minutes. Yet another option is taking a taxi from the airport to Cais do Sodré and then the train. The taxi fare should be between 10 and 15 euros, depending on traffic and time of day (it’s more expensive at night).

How long does the Aerobus take to get to Cascais?

The Aerobus Line 1 operates the route from the airport to the train station every 20 minutes and the travel time is around 45 minutes. The urban trains that head to Cascais depart every 15-20 minutes and the journey takes approximately 40 minutes.

Where is Cascais Portugal?

Cascais is a charming and traditional fishing town, which is situated on a coastline of beautiful sandy beaches. Cascais is the most popular holiday destination of the Lisbon region, and is also an enjoyable day trip from Lisbon, offering grand 19th-century villas, fascinating museums and an abundance of Portuguese charm.

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