|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$1.08|
|Milk (1 liter)||$1.22|
|Taxi 1hour Waiting||$77.29|
|1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff||$0.11|
|1 Pair of men leather shoes||$115.25|
|Chicken breasts at the market||$5.83|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre||$1 129.94|
|Gasoline (1 liter)||$2.25|
Travel to Cascais, a gorgeous coastal town only 20 miles away from Portugal's capital city of Lisbon. Most people come to Cascais for a beach paradise vacation, but there are also a variety of activities to enjoy, such as museums to explore, golfing, water sports and fine dining and nightlife.
Boca de Infermo (also known as the 'mouth of hell,') is a cool formation to check out while enjoying the coast of Cascais. It's actually waves that jut through a small hole in a rock formation, with water bursting and jutting its way through the opposite side. It's highly recommended to go when the waves are rough or at high tide, to see the full effect. It's also a great place to go to have coffee, a light meal and enjoy the fantastic scenery.
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Tip: You've come for sand, sea and surf and you'll definitely get that in Cascais! There are some wonderful beaches to check out, and Flighthub has got the scoop on all of the best beaches. Beach of Guincho is heralded as a 'paradise' for beach lovers: clean, full of waves that's perfect for surfing and lots of close by cafes, restaurants and places to take a look at the extraordinary view. Praia da Rainha is nestled in between some gorgeous cliff areas, with beautiful bright blue water, perfect for swimming, walking, or renting a beach chair and umbrella and getting a bite to eat. Praia da Conceicao is another nice beach area in the center of town, a small beach with beautiful waters, views, and the perfect place to sunbathe, swim, walk and relax. Note: This beach tends to get quite crowded, so bear this in mind. Tamariz Beach is another extremely popular beach, and is handicapped accessible, with awesome umbrellas and beach chairs to rent as well a sea water swimming pool to take a dip in.
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Tip: Another 'must' on your 'to do' list in Cascais is the Museu Condes de Casto Guimaraes, a former mansion turned museum. The mansion was actually built in the 1800's by a wealthy Irishman who later suffered from the luck of the Irish, having to sell it to the Count of Casto, whose beautiful decorations are still present for your viewing pleasure. It's got gorgeous tiles, paintings, artwork, silver and some gorgeous gardens on the grounds. This is a great place to visit-as entrance is free and there are guided tours every half hour. Stunning views await you from this mansion/museum, and do make sure you make time to check out the garden.
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