About Cascais, Portugal
At the end of one of the suburban train lines out of Lisbon, Portugal lies Cascais. They are connected by an inexpensive and regular train service. Lisbon is the most exciting capital of Europe combining culture, attractions and energy and is less than 20 minutes from Cascais.
This once tiny fishing village has grown in the last century to become the elegant beach town that it is today. Despite its proximity to Lisbon, and having swelled enormously in size, the centre of Costa do Sol, still retains much of the charm of its past and indeed its present. To learn more about Cascais as a destination, click here.About Portugal
With its mild climate, 3,000 hours of sunshine per year and 850 kms of splendid beaches bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, Portugal is a great and easy place to visit all year round – for business or pleasure. This is a country that has the oldest borders in Europe, with an exceptional range of different landscapes just a short distance away, lots of leisure activities and a unique cultural heritage. Situated in the extreme south-west of Europe, just a few hours from any of the other European capitals, Portugal attracts visitors from all over the world. For more information, visit the Portugal Visitor’s Bureau online here.
Getting to Portugal
Getting to Portugal is easy! You can fly, drive or take a train to Portugal depending on where you are traveling from. Lisbon, Portugal is the closest airport to Cascais. All major airlines fly into Lisbon from around the world. Click here to learn more about the Lisbon airport.