The "Mouth of Hell" is a fitting name for a wonder that entails crashing waves on cliffs overlooking the Atlantic. It's quite a hike by foot from Old Town Cascais and the train station to get here (approximately 25-30 minutes so pack some water if it's summertime), but simply head west along the coastline from the city center until you hit civilization again and these cliffs are on your left. Climb your way to the cliffs' edge and dangle your feet while enjoying the fresh air available nowhere else in Lisbon. A good half hour is more than sufficient to soak in the sights, but well worth the long walk.
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