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Ana Von Holst
Ana Von Holst
February 13, 2019
The town is situated on a beautiful coastline and is perfect for a day trip. Nice beaches, interesting museums and a pretty town centre.
May 08, 2018
Walk from Estoril to Cascais by the beach and then go explore some of the streets like "Rua Direita" and the bay of Cascais...
April 24, 2018
Town by the coast with lots of restaurants and nearby beaches
November 23, 2017
The finest resort town of the Lisbon coastline and makes for an enjoyable destination for a day trip. Cascais is set along a beautiful coastline of sandy beaches, grand mansions, fascinating museums and attractive parks. From Cais do Sodré, get the train and Cascais will be the last station after…
June 05, 2017
Cascais region is definitely one of country’s best areas to visit whether due to its rich history or its natural beauty, or the amazing climate throughout the year. You can get lost in the tiled streets and experience the wonders of Portuguese famous gastronomy and hospitality. You’ll find plenty of…

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“There are not many places left like this in Lisbon anymore. Gávea do Mar is a remnant from Lisbon´s past: an old style “Cervejaria” (Portuguese Beer House), with large stone arches inside and a high ceiling. The food, the owner and the waiters have been the same for decades, almost exactly with the same menu and special atmosphere. A memory of old Lisbon: traditional, warm, unpretentious.”
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“The Liverpool bar is blatant proof of the past of the “cais do sodré ” area until about 8 years ago: various strip clubs for sailors, old-school bohemians and traditional restaurants. There are no strip clubs anymore, and the crowd has become younger and hip. But the owners and decoration remain the same, with the mirrors, laser lights and intimate corners. The music remains 80's pop and Glam rock as always. Definitely a local charm.”
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“For the most adventurous guests, this small typical restaurant has all the ingredients of bohemian, informal, traditional Lisbon. The owner, Zé, has been here for more than 20 years and has almost exclusively local clients. Wonderful, home-made food done by Angolan cook Ana. Open only at lunch-time. ”
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“The owner Manel is a charismatic figure of Bairro Alto. Actually, people travel from all over the country to try the “Feijoada de Javali” (wild boar stew) in this typical local restaurant. Here, unlike the majority of the restaurants in Lisbon where the best option is grilled fish, they specialize in food from the interior countryside of Portugal where the food is heavier and puts together more complex aromas. Ask for the wine list: its one of the best in town!”
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“Beautiful architecture and gardens, exhibitions. Lalique Private Glass Collection”
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