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Scotturb Bus 403 [http://www.scotturb.com/verao2010/403.htm] which travels regularly between [[Sintra]] and [[Cascais]] stops at Cabo da Roca. It takes 35 minutes from Sintra, 25 minutes from Cascais.
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Scotturb Bus 403 [http://www.scotturb.com/inverno2010/403.htm] which travels regularly between [[Sintra]] and [[Cascais]] stops at Cabo da Roca. It takes 35 minutes from Sintra, 25 minutes from Cascais.
  
 
Train service [[Cascais]] to/from [[Lisboa]] (Cais do Sodré train station).
 
Train service [[Cascais]] to/from [[Lisboa]] (Cais do Sodré train station).

Revision as of 09:47, 22 May 2011

Cabo da Roca is a cape at the western coast of Portugal in the Lisbon Region. It is the westernmost point of the European continent.

Contents

Regions

Lisbon/Estoril coasts.

Cities

Lisbon, Queluz, Almada, Cascais, Sintra.

Other destinations

Sintra, Mafra, Colares, Praia das Maçãs, Praia Grande, Azenhas do Mar.

Understand

Get in

By bus

Scotturb Bus 403 [1] which travels regularly between Sintra and Cascais stops at Cabo da Roca. It takes 35 minutes from Sintra, 25 minutes from Cascais.

Train service Cascais to/from Lisboa (Cais do Sodré train station).

Train service Sintra to/from Lisboa (Entrecampos train station).

CP [2] (Railways)

Get around

See

Tagus (Tejo) river/Mar da Palha.

Itineraries

Do

If you feel like spending you can get a certificate of your presence at the westernmost point of Europe.

Eat

Drink

Stay safe

Get out

You can go from here towards Sintra or Cascais or dare towards Mafra.

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