The beach is a 30-minute drive from Lisbon, but if you don’t have a car or are on a budget, you can take a train from the Cais do Sodré station in Lisbon to the Cascais stop, about 30 minutes away. Once in Cascais, take one of the two buses from the nearby Cascais Villa shopping mall, another 25 minutes.
How far is Lisbon from a beach?
Lisbon is about 15 miles from the sea. There is no point whatever in renting a car for a stay in Lisbon as the trains, metro, trams and buses are very cheap and efficient. There is very heavy traffic and nowhere much to park. The nearest beaches near Carcavelos are a 20 minute train ride costing 1.85 Euros each way.
How many days do you need in Lisbon?
So, how many days to explore Lisbon? We always recommend that it takes three days to fully explore Lisbon. This is sufficient to visit all of the characterful districts, experience the nightlife and join a couple of unique activities.
What is the best part of Lisbon to stay in?
Avenida da Liberdade or Chiado are the best areas to stay in Lisbon for a short stay that revolves around posh shops, luxury accommodation and easy access to the main sights. Chiado and Principe Real is the best part of Lisbon to stay for interesting little squares, quirky eateries and cute shops.
Is Lisbon expensive?
Lisbon is one of the least expensive capital cities in Europe to visit, and when compared to other major global cities, Lisbon provides exceptional value for money. … This value does not include accommodation (around €70-150 per room per night), flights or highly expensive gimmicky tours.
Which is nicer Estoril or Cascais?
We personally prefer Cascais to Estoril. There are many more sights and activities in Cascais, and the best beaches are easily accessible from both towns. Cascais makes for a great destination for a holiday; please click here to read our suggested guide for a one week holiday to Cascais.
Is there sharks in Portugal?
Portugal is ranked third among EU Member States for catches of sharks (consisting of mainly blue sharks followed by rays, makos, and deepwater species). Oceanic sharks are increasingly targeted by Portuguese fishermen and reportedly make up more than 80% of the catch from the Portugal’s surface longline fleet.
What’s better Porto or Lisbon?
Lisbon is bigger, it’s a large city. There’s more to see in Lisbon rather in Porto but, on the other hand, the Douro view in Porto is unique. People in Porto are friendlier, also. I would say, if you like big cosmopolitan cities, go to Lisbon.
Does Lisbon have Uber?
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