# One of the best things about Lisbon is the possibility to buy this metropolitan pass that, for a month, gives access to all the transports inside the town but also in the suburbs, like Cascais, Sintra, Azambuja and Setúbal.
# I have to admit, I wish I could have stopped and stay over for the night, but as I don’t have much money, I went to Sintra early in the morning and returned late in the evening.
# I started to take the local bus 403 to Praia das Maçãs (‘apple’s beach’, literally translated), a charming village known for its huge sandy beach. And even if the sky was grey and it was cold, I had a pleasant time, taking some moments for myself, watching the surfers and eating some grapes.
# From Praia das Maçãs I took 441 bus to Azenhas do Mar, one of the most iconic villages of the coast: a collection of houses climb the hill in order to have the best view of the Atlantic Ocean.
# Azenhas is smaller than a village but bigger than a country. It has such a soul!… and a few viewpoints to prove it. Besides, there are some natural pools, where it is possible to swim and feel the ocean in total safety.
# From Azenhas I took 441 bus again and stopped in Colares. Colares is this pristine town in the middle of the mountains, in between Sintra and the Atlantic.
# In Colares I had lunch before taking 403 bus again, now on the way to Cascais to discover Cabo da Roca. Have you heard about Cabo da Roca?
# Cabo da Roca is the westernmost point of mainland Europe! Indeed, a remarkable place, full of history. There is a lovely lighthouse and a few walking trails. With a view like this, it is definitely a must go.
# In the next weeks I will share more photos from Praia das Maçãs and Azenhas do Mar, Cabo da Roca and Colares. Meanwhile, feel free to follow me on instagram
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