Explore the rich culture while visiting the many attractions Cascais is replete with. These cultural attractions are suitable for all ages and can prove to make your trip to Cascais a fruitful one. Be it historic monuments or cultural performances, cultural attractions somehow steal the show of the other attractions and things to do in Cascais.
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If you are looking to take a break from fast paced Lisbon, you will find sanctuary in the Cascais Old Town.
The area has a mad rush of tourists annually but mercifully lacks the overwhelming crowds and cacophony that are so characteristic of such places. The beautiful laid back atmosphere of the town is absolutely endearing. Visitors will find the ...
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Avenida Rei Umberto II de Itália, 2750-327 Cascais, Portugal
08:30 am - 05:45 pm
The Marechal Carmona was previously known as Gandarinha Park and has been a space for leisure and recreation since the 16th century. It was a favourite with the local and foreign nobility and today harbours the lavish 17th century mansion Museu Condes de Castro Guimaraes.
The expansive lawns are lined with beautiful plants, flower beds, large trees...
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Avenida Rei Humberto II de Itália Parque Marechal Camona, 2750-319 Cascais, Portugal
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Built in 1900, the Museu Condes de Castro Guimaraes is a place of fantasy. Palace of the Counts of Castro Guimaraes houses the museum and public library as was the wish of the owner, Count Manuel de Castro Guimaraes. In 1931, the place was opened to the general public. It has a sizeable collection of paintings, furniture, jewellery, ceramic work an...
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Avenida da Republica 300, 2750-475 Cascais, Portugal
10:00 am - 06:00 pm
This museum was opened in 2009 to exhibit the works of artist Paula Rego, a Portuguese painter. She has donated about 600 works to the building, including paintings, drawings and engravings. Her work was always highly related to contemporary issues, and this is reflected in the design of the building that houses the museum – itself an archite...