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Geography and Climate in Cascais

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Cascais is a port in Portugal, located on the Atlantic Ocean and is the center of the municipality. The population of Cascais is approximately 190 thousand people, the total area of the city is 99 km & sup2;. The easiest way to get to the city is with a transfer in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. The 25 km distance separating Lisbon from Cascais can be covered by electric train, bus or rented car.

Cascais has a temperate maritime climate. The"high" season lasts two months - July and August, at which time the air temperature rarely drops below 28 ° C, which attracts many tourists and vacationers to Cascais. The ocean temperature in summer fluctuates around 20 ° C, the rest of the year the water is quite cool, however, swimming is possible from May to October. The coldest months are December and January, when the air can cool down to 13-14 ° C. The time zone for Cascais is UTC + 1 in summer and UTC + 0 in winter.

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