Fortaleza do Guincho

Address: Estrada do Guincho, Cascais, Estremadura, 2750-642, Portugal | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Estrada do Guincho, Cascais, is near Boca do Inferno, Casino Estoril, Tamariz Beach, and Museo do Mar (Museum of the Sea).
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    Travel Blogs from Cascais

    Starlog Friday....I mean Star Blog...

    A travel blog entry by buckgw on May 15, 2015

    6 comments, 8 photos

    ... Rafael was there to collect us after we raced thru customs and immigration. Maybe that's not quite right, he immigration guys scanned my passport 4 times and lots of head shaking before he stamped it....v odd. But bags were there in 2 minutes and we were in our way in ten.

    We are staying just out of Lisbon in a place called Cascais at a Pousada....thanks Marvin it is fabulous, has 6 art galleries in the ...

    Lagos + Lisbon, Portugal

    A travel blog entry by missburns on Aug 03, 2014

    13 photos

    ... after all the sightseeing so we decided to indulge in one of Lisbon's world famous Portuguese tarts. The line for the bakery was massive, but the tart was well worth the wait! Tomorrow morning Melissa, Shivaun and I fly out to Barcelona, Spain - our very last destination! Adeus por agora, Miss Burns. If you want to find out more about the Age of Discovery, follow the link below: sance/age_of_exploration_and_discovery. ...

    First stop, Lisboa

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jul 27, 2014

    199 photos

    ... to any other city we'd seen. In some aspects it reminded us a lot of certain places in Asia and then there was kind of French influence in some areas as well. One thing we did notice and became more and more impressed with was the pavement. Tiny little cobblestones paved down every street. Even the back streets where no one goes. So much work involved and can imagine they would become super slippery in the rain. They most definitely give the city its point of ...

    Meeting the Narui's

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... 16th century, 30 meter, 4-story, limestone Torre de Belém (Tower of Saint Vincent) , boat harbor, a bridge in the distance, that looks like the Golden Gate Bridge, and the Monument to the Discoveries (Padrão dos Descobrimentos).

    Everything was bathed in the photogenic light of late afternoon. A cooling breeze came off the water.

    The Monument to the Discoveries was an unexpected treat. Depicted on ...

    Dia um - Cobbled fuck

    A travel blog entry by packedbags on Mar 06, 2014

    3 photos

    ... cobbled streets with limited and challenging parking options. Beco dos Invalidos 67: This is the address of our beautiful little apartment overlooking Portuguese style tiled houses and cobbled streets. Ketan gave us a brief overview of the property and Cascais in general. The only thing on both our minds right now was to grab some chow. Link to rent this property - Apartment ...