Lisbon to Cascais train

Sep 8th, 2015, 03:15 AM
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Lisbon to Cascais train

I plan to take the train from Lisbon to Cascais. We have been before to Cascais on a tour and loved it.
Our ship docks at Santa Apolonia, can we take the train direct from there or should we walk to Cais de Sodre. The lists you can go from both but local knowledge would be appreciated.
I believe you can buy a ticket in a machine or at a kiosk, but it has to be validated?
Any suggestions please...
Morton is offline  
Sep 8th, 2015, 05:39 AM
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There are no direct/indirect services from Sta. Apolonia to Cais de Sodre/Cascais. is WRONG repeat WRONG!!!!!

The Linha de Cascais only operates from Cais de Sodre.

Get the Carris Bus Route 728 from Sta Apolonia to Cais de Sodre.

I almost tickets from the ticket machines do need to be validated at the validators before entering the platform.
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Sep 8th, 2015, 07:56 AM
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Riding train(s) from Santa Apolonia to Cascais even if possible, is not practical.
The walking distance between Santa Apolonia and Cais do Sodre is about 1.5 miles. I'd say 30 minutes walking. The alternative to surface bus referred above is undergroung metro (2 stations to Baixa-Chiado and one from B-C to Cais do Sodré and then surface train to Cascais.
2nd alternative is a taxi (plenty in Santa Apolonia). The metro ticket costs 1.40 euros/person + physical ticket (reusable) about .30 cents/person. The taxi should be certainly below 5 euros (up to 4 passengers).
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