Estoril, your host city
West of Lisbon, where the Tagus estuary opens into the ocean, lies the Costa do Estoril, the "Portuguese Riviera". Close enough to the capital to be easily accessible, the towns of Estoril and Cascais boast all the facilities the modern traveller could wish for, in a beautiful natural setting.
With its long tradition of hospitality, the Costa do Estoril is home to some of Portugal's best hotels and restaurants, which are renowned for their freshly caught, beautifully prepared seafood.
How to get there
Lisbon is a short flight away from most European cities and 6/8 hours from North America. Lisbon International Airport (approximately 20 km from Estoril) has daily flights to and from the major cities in the world. In addition to the Portuguese airline TAP, all the major international carriers fly to and from Lisbon.
There are two taxi stands within the perimeter of the airport, one at arrivals, the other at departures. If you decide to take a taxi, we suggest you ask the driver in advance about the fare.
Regular taxis (approximately €50):
The fare on the taxi meter should read €2.35(daytime pick-up) or €2.50 (night time pick-up). Outside the city limits, the fare is calculated from the number of kilometres travelled and the established price per kilometre. Luggage carries a surcharge of €1.60.
Taxi vouchers (day and night fares):
Daytime (6.00am to 9.00pm): The fare is €44.18 Night price (9.00pm to 6.00am) : The fare is €53 Information and Taxi Vouchers are available at the Tourism Information Counter in the atrium of the Arrivals Hall.
Note: An additional 20% is charged for services on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays and for night service from the hours of 21:00 to 06:00.
By Public Transport
There is a direct train from Cais do Sodré Train Station to Estoril City. more information
To get to Cais do Sodré Train Station, take either a taxi or AEROBUS 91 (more information) running every 20 minutes from 7:00 to 23:00.