Side Trips from Lisbon

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  • 1. Boca do Inferno

    Nature Sight

    The most visited attraction in the area around Cascais is the forbiddingly named Mouth of Hell, one of several natural grottoes in the rugged...Read More

  • 2. Convento de Santa Maria da Arrábida

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    This rather ramshackle 16th-century monastery is built into the hills of the Serra da Arrábida. The glorious views take in the white sandy beaches...Read More

  • 3. Estoril Casino

    Estoril | Casino

    Thought to have inspired the James Bond novel (and subsequent movie) Casino Royale, the glitzy Estoril Casino retains a glamorous allure....Read More

  • 4. José Maria da Fonseca Company


    For a close look at the wine business, seek out the manor house and cellars of the José Maria da Fonseca Company. The intriguing tours talk...Read More

  • 5. Palácio Nacional de Queluz


    This palace was inspired, in part, by the palace at Versailles. The salmon-pink rococo edifice was ordered as a royal summer residence by Dom...Read More

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  • 6. Santini Cascais


    In the heart of old-town Cascais, Santini Cascais has what many people consider to be the country's best Italian-style gelato. Branches have...Read More

  • 7. Espaço Memória dos Exílios


    In a striking 1942 Modernist building, this museum focuses on Estoril's community of aristocratic exiles who fled here from Northern Europe...Read More

  • 8. Igreja de Jesus

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    This 15th-century Church of Jesus, perhaps Portugal's earliest example of Manueline architecture, was built with local marble and later tiled...Read More

  • 9. Museu dos Condes Castro Guimarães


    Visitors to this grand mansion dating back more than a century can get a peek into how local aristocracy once lived while admiring an impressive...Read More

  • 10. Praça da República


    This pretty square is anchored by the 16th-century Palácio de Tavora (Tavora Palace), which is not open to the public but has an interesting...Read More

  • 11. Quinta da Bacalhôa


    The jewel in the crown of this late-16th-century mansion is its box-hedged garden and striking azulejo-lined paths. Visitors can tours the building...Read More

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