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Grab your lunch and take it to go. Come to this small square that is well maintained and devoid of the crowds.
Wonderful triangular castle wall, some small shops and museums that I didn’t go in to, and beautiful art sculptures throughout.
The Citadel is a set of fortifications built between 1488 and 1648. Historically a defense structure and a palace for the royals. Today and what you will experience is a complex consisting of the roiginal citadel, a high end hotel, art galleries, restaurant and museum....More
Kings and Queens used this has a vacation Palace now its for the use of the Presidents of Portugal and where Heads o State stay when they come to Portugal . It has an amazing small church and the view is incredible.
Set within the grounds of the old fort, now a lovely hotel, is this restored residence of the President. As we were staying at the hotel it was an easy walk across the courtyard, For others a walk to the historic part. It is well...More
A space beautifully restored as part of the Cidadela properties. Worth a visit to get a glimpse into old world charm. Check ahead of visit if there are functions/events planned as the place might be closed off for visitors then.
Inside a sixteen century fortress and rebuild six years ago, the Cascais Palace is one the best works I saw in Portugal. All details, the furniture, the paints, the views and the church are amazing. Don't miss a guided visit to see the old royal...More