Central Cascais House

Cascais, Lisboa, PT
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  • 1
    0.24 mi

    Casa das Histórias Paula Rego

    Avenida da República 300, 2750-475 Cascais, Portugal
    0.24 mi from Central Cascais House
    2 reviews

    Venham visitar o agora MUSEU PAULA REGO

  • 2
    0.44 mi

    Boca do Inferno

    Parque Municipal de Gandarinha
    0.44 mi from Central Cascais House
    4 reviews

    huge waves, a must see!

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 3
    0.54 mi

    Marina de Cascais

    Casa de São Bernardo, Cascais, Portugal
    0.54 mi from Central Cascais House
    2 reviews
    Popular withOutdoor
  • 4
    3.6 mi

    Bar do Guincho

    Malveira da Serra, Estrada do Abano 547, 2755-144 Guincho, Portugal
    3.6 mi from Central Cascais House
    6 reviews

    One of the most beautiful beaches in Lisbon! But you can also see lots of beautiful beaches in Cascais!

    Popular withAdventureGreenOutdoor
  • 5
    1.57 mi

    Casino Estoril

    Av. Dr. Stanley Ho, 2765-190 Estoril, Portugal
    1.57 mi from Central Cascais House
    2 reviews

    Very nice

  • 6
    4.88 mi

    Angel's Surf School

    Estrada da Marginal N.6, Lisbon, Portugal
    4.88 mi from Central Cascais House
    2 reviews

    The guys at this surf school are sooo nice and the beach here is beautiful. Definitely worth checking out. Ask for Steve

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  • 7
    1.42 mi

    Praia do Tamariz

    1.42 mi from Central Cascais House
    2 reviews
    Popular withOutdoor
  • 8
    3.18 mi

    Castelo de Nossa Senhora de Fátima

    Parede, Lisbon
    3.18 mi from Central Cascais House
    1 review

    This house was built in the 1920's and is said to be cursed, bringing death and bad luck to its inhabitants. There are several reports of unexplained flickering lights and ghostly little girls playing on the rocks and walls. The curse seems to have been lifted, since the present owners are alive and happy.

    Popular withHistory
  • 9
    4.92 mi

    Angel's Surf School

    4.92 mi from Central Cascais House
    1 review

    Carcavelos is a great place to learn how to surf and Angel's Surf School is the place to go. For a very reasonable price you can take a private or group surf lesson. The surf lesson consisted of putting on a wetsuit, a warm up run and stretch, learning how to stand up on the board on the beach, and ...

  • 10
    2.9 mi


    2.9 mi from Central Cascais House
    1 review

    Guincho beach is excellent for surfing because it has the biggest waves and wind

  • 11
    11.93 mi

    Pastéis De Belém

    R. de Belém 84
    11.93 mi from Central Cascais House
    69 reviews

    Just like beignets in New Orleans or churros in Spain, the custard filled pastries at Pastéis De Belém are culinary icons of Lisbon. They are so delicious that you want to have more (and wouldn’t mind standing in line). You can eat them inside with a cup of coffee or you can get them “to go”.

    Popular withFoodiesLocalFamilies
  • 12
    15.54 mi

    Praça do Comercio

    Freguesia de S. Nicolau, Lisbon 1100 Portugal
    15.54 mi from Central Cascais House
    49 reviews

    The Praca do Comercio became Lisbon, Portugal's commercial square after the Great Earthquake of 1755 completely destroyed Lisbon. It served as the Royal residence before the quake, and after the quake it becmae the centertpoint of commerce in Lisbon housing the bureacracy involving custom duties and commerce.

    Popular withBackpackersLocalHistory
  • 13
    15.72 mi

    São Jorge Castle

    Rua de Santa Cruz, 1100-129 Lisbon, Portugal
    15.72 mi from Central Cascais House
    48 reviews

    Great view of the city. Not a bad walk up or down if you are able bodied. SF hills are much harder but this one looks worse when you are in the city center. There is a nice cafe where you can sit outdoors and soak in the view of the city as well. Must do when in Lisbon. Get ...

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  • 14
    6.42 mi

    Palace of Pena

    2710 Sintra, Portugal
    6.42 mi from Central Cascais House
    40 reviews

    One would never guess this palace was once a monastery. It was the royal family's residence until the rise of the republic, and it was--is--massive with a capital m. Sure, there are larger palaces, but that hardly diminishes the landmark's grandeur, such as that of the queen's chambers (occupying much of the second floor). Every room here has a beautiful ...

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  • 15
    13.1 mi

    Torre de Belem

    Avenida da Índia, Lisbon 1300 Portugal
    13.1 mi from Central Cascais House
    37 reviews

    Its on every tourist Guide as a place to go to. Me as resident wouldn't think of it as a "must see", but I keep on going there for a walk by the river side. Its really a relaxing place to go to.

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  • 16
    18.42 mi

    Oceanário de Lisboa

    Esplanada Dom Carlos I
    18.42 mi from Central Cascais House
    30 reviews

    The main large central tank is beautiful with all types of creatures in there. There are lots and lots of viewing areas and in some places the glass is double height which gives a stunning effect. There are 4 areas for the different oceans with otters, penguins and different fish found in different parts of the worlds oceans.

    Popular withFamiliesLocalOutdoor
  • 17
    15.46 mi

    Elevador Santa Justa

    R. Augusta 251, Lisboa, Portugal
    15.46 mi from Central Cascais House
    43 reviews

    A century old elevator with a beautiful iron made structure. On the top floor there are amazing views over the city.If you want to save some euros, you might access from Carmo square, next to the Archeological museum, gives you free access to the top floor!

    Popular withLocalHistoryFamilies
  • 18
    11.72 mi

    Mosteiro dos Jerónimos

    Praça do Imperio, Lisbon 1400-206 Portugal
    11.72 mi from Central Cascais House
    34 reviews

    I love the area around the building and the building itself! It's an amazing artwork, look at all the details and sculptures of the facade! Gorgeous!

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  • 19
    15.19 mi

    Bairro Alto

    Praça Luís de Camões 2, 1200-243 Lisbon, Portugal
    15.19 mi from Central Cascais House
    28 reviews

    It's a fun half day trip to laze around the city. The cable cars are pretty fun especially if you take them up to near the Castle.

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  • 20
    15.72 mi

    Castelo de S. Jorge

    1100-129 Lisboa, Portugal
    15.72 mi from Central Cascais House
    30 reviews

    These citadel ruins are visible from most anywhere in the Baixa and Chiado districts. The castle isn't so much a residence, but a stronghold with great views of both the city and the shoreline. The archaeological museum within the complex contains artifacts of daily life - plates, jugs, tiles, personal effects. A daytime visit is ideal for truly studying the ...

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