Dolce Cascais Guest House - Location and Directions
Dolce Cascais Guest House is easily accessible via motorway or train. Located in a quiet residential area is the perfect place to stay and discover all the secrets of Cascais and surrounding areas.
How to get here - Directions
Address: Rua Joaquim Ereira nr. 1114 Bairro do Rosário 2750-390 Cascais
GPS: 38º 42’ 22.44”N 9º 26’ 10.64 W
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By Public Transit
From the airport take Aerobus or subway to Cais do Sodré, at Cais do Sodré head to the train station and take the train to Cascais. You should exit at the last stop - Cascais.
From the train station take bus Nr 404 directly to the Guest house. A taxi costs around 5€.
Around the Guest House What you will find
5 minutes walk
To traditional Portuguese restaurants some with take away service, supermarket with free of charge delivery, bakery, hairdresser, laundry, pharmacy, medical clinic and small shopping centre with international newsstand.
20 minutes walk
To Cascais centre, a fisherman’s village with small beaches, different restaurants with international or traditional Portuguese cuisine, bars, discos, shops, marina, cultural centre, churches and museums, the railway station, and more much more.
5 minutes drive / 15 minutes bus or bike
To Guincho where you can challenge the waves in a surf board or simply spend the day getting a tan, Guincho is the most famous and glamorous beach of Cascais.
To Quinta da Marinha or Oitavos Dune Golf Course.
To Bicuda or Quinta da Marinha Horse Riding Centre.
To Quinta da Marinha Racket Club Health Centre and Spa.
10 minutes drive, bus or train.
To Estoril once the residence of kings and still the most sophisticated town on the coast with the famous Tamariz beach, the Congress Centre, the Race Track and the largest Casino in Europe.
25 minutes drive or bus
To Sintra, World Heritage by UNESCO, where you can spend a relaxing day discovering the beauties of the forest or the history of the palaces and castle.
30 minutes drive or bus
To Lisbon, where tradition and history walk side by side with modern architecture, style and life.
After a fantastic sea view train ride you will arrive to the city centre, the old quarters or the magnificent Belem area with the most beautiful Portuguese monuments. If you are travelling with children visits to the Oceanarium, the Zoo or the Planetarium are simply a must as well as a ride on the famous old trams up and down the city hills.
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