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Tram 28: The colours of Lisbon

Lisbon's famous Tram 28 provides an overview of the city that's a whirlwind of colour, whilst staying relatively cool once you're inside. Be prepared to queue even if you pick it up from where it starts at Praça Martim Moniz - every tourist in Lisbon has the same idea - but once you're on, it's worth it, especially if you're lucky enough to grab a seat.

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Late summer breaks: Estoril & Caiscais, Portugal

The resorts of Estoril and Caiscais in are about a 40 minute train journey out of Lisbon. The route takes you along the coast, becoming more and more scenic as you approach the end of the line. It's postcard perfect - think pastel pink and yellow coloured villas on hills and dramatic, rocky coastlines, sunlight sparkling on the water and the sound of the waves hitting the rocks.

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