Cascais is an old fishermen's village Cascais has become an European Royalty Riviera in the second half of the XX Century. Cascais is now an famous tourist destination for Portuguese and foreigners alike.
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Cascais (Greater Lisbon) one of Europe's most unsung cultural capitals, there is so much to do in Lisbon you might plan for a week, not a mere three days. But in three days you can sample quite a bit of Lisbon's available options, many of which turn out to be museums. There are museums here focused on everything from Lisbon's rich maritime past to decorative Portuguese tiles, and everything in between. Almost everything is made more affordable by the purchase of a Lisboa card, offering free and discounted admissions to dozens of activities including the Metro.