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Finding the Best Hotels in Central Cascais, Lisbon With Hotels.com

Few cities can be as lucky as Lisbon. Not only does it have wonderful architecture and attractions of its own, but it is surrounded by sublime coastline and fantastic resorts like Cascais. At Hotels.com, we have partnered with the finest hotels in Central Cascais, Lisbon. If you are looking for a coastal break with great beaches, but you want to be close to the museums and galleries of Lisbon, this is the best place to stay. Find a seafront hotel with the facilities you need by checking out our hotel listings. Read reviews by customers, see photographs of sample rooms and compare location maps to find somewhere overlooking the sea. It's easy to find somewhere idyllic in Central Cascais, but book early to enjoy big discounts with our partners.

What's Central Cascais Like?

Cascais was once the Summer home of the Portuguese Royal Family, which gives you an impression of how luxurious the resort must have been. Nowadays, it remains elegant and prosperous, and there is plenty of beautiful architecture to see. Modern Cascais is a thriving seaside resort, with a great city beach and excellent access to the sights of central Lisbon. Historical attractions in the area include the Palácio de Conde de Castro Guimarães with a fascinating collection of ancient manuscripts. See the Boca de Inferno rock formation by the coast, head inland to the palaces and castles of Sintra or venture up the Silver Coast to catch some superb surfing conditions. There is the casino in Estoril (and the famous motor racing circuit), while Lisbon's major attractions are a few minutes away by train.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Lisbon

Cascais is a very easy going, relaxed resort town where the people are well used to making visitors from across the world feel at home. We recommend learning some Portuguese phrases to use in the bars and restaurants, but the locals will usually know enough English to get to know them. Dress like a local by touring the classy boutiques of Central Cascais, and eat like them too by trying out the regions famous seafood dishes. From healthy sopa de peixe (fish soup) to the city's beloved pastel de nata (custard tarts) you can easily assemble a picnic to enjoy by the coast. The beaches are the center of life around hotels in Central Cascais, Lisbon, so explore the possibilities for board and wetsuit hire, or charter a fishing boat during your stay. To enjoy it all to the full, book the right hotel with Hotels.com today.

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