As a novelty in 2020, and for great pleasure of automotive lovers, the event will be split into two distinct weekends, thus allowing them to attend both moments – Elegance Contest and Estoril Racecourse Competitions.
On the 10th and 11th of October, the 2020 edition of Estoril Classics at the Racecourse (“Autódromo”) will be marked by the partnership with Peter Auto, the leading organizer of classic-car competitions, such as Le Mans and Spa Classic, which will bring the best starting grids in the world and high emotions to the Estoril Racecourse!
Over 350 historical competition cars, among F1, Group C and Prototypes, as well as a set of unique competition motorcycles will be competing on the 10th and 11th of October, in a comprehensive program of 14 races.
On the 9th (Friday), the most adventurous will be able to watch the Historic Portugal Rally, which will take place on the first day evening, on the mountains of Sintra.
On the weekend of 3 and 4 of October, the spotlights will be focused on the VIII Concours d’Elegance, at the Gardens of Casino Estoril. There will be 50 highly prestigious cars competing for the Best of Show award, to be decided by an international jury of specialists
Located on the Lisbon Coast, Cascais enjoys a perfect location, just a stone’s throw from the capital and its international airport and other mandatory sites such as Sintra (World Heritage), Ericeira (World Surfing Reserve) and Mafra (Versailles).
With its mild climate all year round, the Portuguese Riviera (as the region is known) offers a surprising variety of landscapes and attractions, combining a wide range of offers in a unique destination.
From pure leisure to business, golf, sun, sea and water sports, it simply has it all and offers a new definition of the concepts of eco and tourist activity.
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The fastest way is by the highway (A5) from Lisbon and the trip is approximately 30 minutes.
The other way is by the road along the coast (Marginal). This trip provides a first experience with the beauty of the region.
If you come from the north of Portugal, take the A1 motorway to Lisbon, and then the A5 to Cascais.
If you come from the south of Portugal, take the A2 to Lisbon, then the A5 to Cascais.
If you opt for public transport, the best option is to use the various alternatives at your disposal to Cais do Sodré station, and then take the train to Cascais.
Alternatively, if you arrive in Lisbon by plane. You can take the Aero Bus shuttle from Lisbon Airport, with daily departures every 20 minutes and direct connection to the two airport terminals.
Airport – Cais do Sodré: 7:00 a.m – 11:20 p.m
Cais do Sodré – Airport: 7:40 a.m – 11:00 p.m