Lisbon – Portugal
It’s not so hard to imagine Cascais as a seaside painting. Do you know the kind: a scene of fisherman skiffs bobbing about on a harbor with a whitewashed lighthouse and rustic houses in the background? And when you walk around Cascais, it feels that idyllic, too. The town once favored as a retreat for Portuguese royals has maintained a certain old-world charm that is particularly hard to come by these days. Many of the best things to do in Cascais don’t involve doing much at all, and it’s the slow pace of life that makes this place great. Let yourself be inspired by our recommendations www.visitcascais.com.