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Everything is known about this place - most western part of Europe as continent.
Just few tips
- when you look on google maps how to get there using public transport - there isn’t a way - but there is! go to Sintra via train...More
It takes only 40 minutes by train from Lisbon. From Sintra station, take a bus No. 403. On the way to Cabo da Roca, I could visit Castelo dos Mouros and Palacio Nacional da Pena. Castelo dos Mouros is a huge fortress. There are many...More
Amazing views! Yes too many people! But that's the point of life. Try to share the view and the experience with everyone!
Tip: use the regional train 24-hour train/bus for 15 euro from Lisbon to go to Sintra-Cabo da Roca - Cascais the back to...More
Cabo da ROCA is located in the municipality of Sintra, it is part of the Sintra mountain range and is the most westerly landmark of Europe. It overlooks the windy and rugged coastline of the Atlantic Ocean. You get a great view of the ocean...More
Beautiful views, but crazy busy with tourists armed with selfie-sticks. Difficult to get your own 15 seconds by the marker for a photo without getting a total stranger in there also. Parking lot also jam packed with lots of tour buses.
We enjoyed seeing Cabo da Roca. The views were great and there weren't too many people. There were so many people lining up to get a picture with the monument that I asked if we could get a picture without anyone in it. They understood...More
A must-see for those traveling Lisbon and the erea
Its a short visit, for most people 30 minutes will be enough
There is a mailbox where you can send postcards from the end of the world,
But you should bring your own stamps and postcards,...More