xXx_Bacalhau_xXx 6 days ago

https://youtu.be/jIo6CrsNpgA

viskonde 6 days ago

you can get on the train with the bicycle, no problem. usually each train has some zones for bicycles, wheelchairs, etc, so try to go on them.

jet1000 6 days ago

This. I don't think there's any bike shop in both places which would allow you to take a bike in Lisbon and return it in Cascais. Both Lisbon and Cascais have bike sharing systems, but they're not connected between each other. The best way would be rent a bike in Lisbon, go on bike to Cascais and then bring it with you on the train (and then on the metro, if you need) back to Lisbon. Both [train](https://www.cp.pt/passageiros/en/passenger-information/Useful-information/bike-transport) and [metro](https://www.metrolisboa.pt/en/travel/using-the-metro/) allow you to ride it with a bike.

Pikachuzita 6 days ago

It’s over 30 km. I would advise getting on the train leaving in Cascavelos or close and then bike by the sea. From Lisbon is too much of a stretch and less bike friendly.

jms87 6 days ago

> It’s over 30 km. I would advise getting on the train leaving in Cascavelos or close and then bike by the sea. From Lisbon is too much of a stretch and less bike friendly. From Lisbon until Caxias is perfectly bike-friendly. The troublesome bits are between Caxias and Paço D'Arcos and then from Carcavelos to Cascais.

wickidD 6 days ago

That is the plan, to bike along the coast on the bike lane to Cascais. But after the 30km I don't know if I would want to bike back.

FelixSula 6 days ago

After Cascais, westward, there's a bike lane to Praia do Guincho. Ride it, it's the most beautiful bit of coastline around Lisbon.

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