Cabo da roca sintra

cabo da roca sintra

How do I get from Cabo da Roca to Sintra?

Cabo da Roca can be reached by bus 403 from Sintra or Cascais. It departs every 30 minutes from both towns, and is reached in just over 20 minutes from Cascais and in about 35-to-40 minutes from Sintra. For complete details, see the bus 403 guide .

How to get from Rossio to Cabo da Roca?

The trains run every 30 minutes, starting from Rossio Station. The journey takes about 40 minutes and a round-trip ticket costs €4.50. Once you get to Sintra Train Station, you’ll have to take bus number 403 to Cabo da Roca. The bus station is right near the train station.

How long is the bus ride from Avenida desao to Cabo da Roca?

The line 403 bus from Avenida DeSao Cambournac N1 to Cabo da Roca takes 43 min including transfers and departs hourly. Where do I catch the Sintra to Cabo da Roca bus from?

Where to stay in Cabo da Roca?

Most visitors to Cabo da Roca stay in Lisbon, Sintra, or Cascais, but for an extra-special experience, you should consider staying at this breathtaking guesthouse in the rural outskirts of Sintra. It’s just a 5-minute drive (or 30-minute walk) from the cape, and offers beautiful sunset and sea views.

How do I get from Avenida desao to Cabo da Roca?

Scott URB operates a bus from Avenida DeSao Cambournac N1 to Cabo da Roca hourly. Tickets cost €2 and the journey takes 43 min. Want to know more about travelling around the world?

How far is Cabo da Roca from Sintra?

Its located about 45 minutes from Lisbon, 30 minutes from Sintra, and 25 minutes from Cascais. There is plenty of free parking at Cabo da Roca. Finally, public bus 403 stops at Cabo da Roca on its route between Sintra and Cascais.

What is Cabo da Roca like to visit?

Cabo da Roca is actually part of the Sintra park system and a lot of longer trails in the area pass through Cabo da Roca. Since its part of Sintra, everything is well maintained and very clean!

How to get from Lisbon to Cape Roca?

The transport network in Portugal is very well developed, so you can get from Lisbon to Cape Roca at almost any time of the day. There are two most popular routes. The journey must begin at the Cais de Sodre station in Lisbon, where the railway station of the same name is located.

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