6 Bedroom House in Cascais
6 Bedroom House in Cascais is a spectacular mansion in Cascais inserted in a plot of 1.395 m².
This 6 Bedroom House in Cascais is 1km away from the beach, 1km from the city and 35km from the airport.
6 Bedroom House in Cascais Details
- 3 Floors
- Also 6 Bedrooms
- 3 Living Rooms
- Also a Games Room
- Also 2 Fireplaces
- Large social and laser areas
- Also a Swimming Pool
- Changing rooms
- Also a Sauna
- Laundry Room
- Also Double glazed windows
- Also Garage Parking
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Also Central Heating
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Lisbon is the capital city of Portugal and also blends traditional heritage and a buzzing nightlife.
The city also has a wide choice of activities and tourist attractions which will appeal to all ages.
Lisbon is good for a long weekend away. Close to Lisbon there is also a coastline of beaches. Lisbon has many shopping centres and monuments for all ages to enjoy
Lisbon is a host to several museums, monuments, gardens and vantage points.
Therefore everything is in a very short distance and easy to reach.
Regardless of what you’re looking for there is a lot to discover around Lisbon.
El Corte Inglés across from this Apartment 1 Bed Lisbon
El Corte Inglés is a shopping centre which does not have a lot of different shops. In the Centre all the products are exposed together.
The shopping mall also offers 10 different floors.
Each floor of the mall is dedicated to a different kind of product.
Therefore you can also find all kind of clothes, books, shoes, cosmetics and electronics.
Jardim Amália Rodrigues
The Jardim Amália Rodrigues in Lisbon opened in 1996.
It also has a large amphitheatre facing the valley of Avenida da Liberdade.
There is also a circular lake and a restaurant with a terrace.
In the garden you will also find two statues. One statue is by the Colombian sculptor Fernando Botero, and the other by the Portuguese Lagoa Henriques.
The entrance to the garden is also free for everyone.
Eduardo VII Park
Eduardo VII Park is the largest park in the centre of Lisbon.
The park also offers hedges and nice walkways.
Here you will find the hothouse with the its exotic plants.
Also the greenhouse which is filled with tropical plants.
In the greenhouse you will also find ponds, and endless varieties of palms and also some cactus.
Lisbon metro is the fastest way to travel around the city.
There are four metro lines which cover a total of 46 km and have 55 metro stations.
The first service of the day is at 6:30 am and the last service of the night is at 1:00 am. Some minor stations close at 9:30 pm.
There is a departure every 6-12 minutes.
The metro is the best way to travel from Lisbon airport to the city centre. It is also the best way to travel throughout Lisbon.
Tickets for the metro can be purchased at a ticket machine.
The ticket machines also provide instructions in multiple languages.
The machines operate in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.
Walking in Lisbon
Walking is one of the best ways to experience the old quarters.
Several viewpoints offer stunning views over the city.
The old trams are also a good way to tour the city.
Lisbon’s trams are part of the public cities public transport network.
The trams cover the areas of the city where there is no access to the metro.
Along with the main public transport routes there is a selection of tourist tram tours.
There are five tram routes with 58 trams.
These trams operate across a combined distance of 48 km.
Many people assume that Lisbon’s trams are just for tourists.
Locals still use them today and are their main transport throughout the city.
Tuk Tuk Tours
A tuk tuk tour is a great way of seeing the city with kids without it being boring for them.
Santos / 24 Julho / Docks
Santos, Avenida 24 de Julho and the Docks were formerly Lisbon’s port area.
The area is where there used to be old warehouses, but changed in the 1990’s.
The docs are now know for its pop and mainstream music.
Here you will also find some of the best restaurants, bars and discos.
All the riverfront bars and restaurants overlook the small marina.
Lisbon Food Tours
Experience Lisbon with your own private guide.
Your host will take you to ten of the best spots to try authentic Portuguese food.
You will also have two traditional drinks.
Along your journey you will experience Portuguese cheese, pastel de bacalhau, pasteis de nata, and much more.
Other tours you can take include by foot, minivan or segway,
Lisbon for Families
Lisbon is a great destination for families with children.
The city has a lot of sights and activities suitable for children of all ages.
These attractions include a zoo, aquarium, the trams, and a series of museums.
This child-sized city is the best way to keep the kids busy on a rainy day in Lisbon.
Young visitors can play at being grownups and try out occupations.
Children will be able to be a grown up for a day and have play money to shop with
A day trip to Lisbon’s zoo will offer you big cats, primates, a reptile house, and dolphin shows.
You can also see the park by riding on the zoo’s miniature train.
Families can pedal, skate, and scoot along the riverfront.
Here you can rent Go-karts, bikes, in-line skates, and skateboards to ride the riverfront bike lane.
The Adventure Park is in the Jamor sports complex in Cruz Quebrada.
The obstacle course features rope bridges strung between trees and end with a 200-metre slide.
The Hippo trip is a city tour that then plunges into the waters of the Tagus.
The vehicle is also a boat that enters the water to the sound of 2001: a Space Odyssey.
Lisbon’s largest climbing centre is down by the river.
The wall is 400 square metres and is a paradise for keen climbers of all ages
Children’s Sailing Trip
On this tour kids can be the captain of the boat.
Children can also sit behind the wheel cruising the Tagus river.
You can also relax and spend time with your family on this private sailing experience.
James Bond Tour
Spies once used Lisbon as their playground.
“The spy who loved me” movie was filmed in Lisbon.
This private tour is all about Jame Bond and spies throughout time.
The Ocean Pool is filled with water from the sea and is split into two sections.
One area is for kids and the other for adults with four diving boards.
There are sun loungers, changing rooms, umbrellas and a bar serving light meals.
There is parking and a fantastic view of the marina and the Tagus.
The Ocean pool is good if you just want to swim during your holidays in Lisbon.
Kids Treasure Hunt
On this treasure hunt you follow the clues, answer riddles, and keep your kids entertained while touring the city.
Go Car Tours
These Small yellow cars are equipped with an advanced technological system and GPS.
The cars allow a tour around the city and offers historical, cultural and landscape information in audio.
With over 100 trampolines, Bounce is a safe environment.
Users of all ages can either jump free in the Free Jump arena or climb the rock walls
Pop Cereal is the first place in Lisbon dedicated only to breakfast cereals.
A good choice for breakfast, afternoon snacks or even desserts.
At Pop Cereal you can combine the cereals with other cereals as well as with sweets.
There are more than 100 different cereals to choose from.
Can you solve the puzzles and find the clues to escape the room within 60 minutes?
Escape rooms are a great group-based activity for a wet day.
Lisbon Escape rooms are a 60-minute challenge
A water sport should be at the top of your list of things to do in Lisbon.
Surf, or kite surf is most popular in Lisbon
Your local teacher will take you to the best beaches and introduce you to any of these sports safely.
If you’re already experienced have a great time surfing some of the best waves in Europe.
There are a few public parking garages in Lisbon open 24/7.
Prices vary according to the zone, but in central Lisbon you have a €10-15 maximum flat fee per day.
Public toilets in Lisbon are few and far between.
Train, metro and bus stations generally have public toilets.
You can also enter a cafe or bar.
If you just want to use the washroom order a coffee or water.