One of the popular places, which attracts thousands of tourists to Portugal is Cape Roca (Cabo da Roca) – the extreme point of Europe. The limitless expanse of the Atlantic ocean, beautiful vegetation, rocks, towering 140 metres above the sea level. Cabo da Roca is the place you need to visit at least once in your life. Here you will want to stop and stand still on the edge of the abyss and endlessly watch the dark blue waves crashing on the coastal rocks. If desired, You can obtain a certificate stating that You were at “the end of the world”. Next, the tour continues along the Atlantic ocean coast to the resort towns Cascais and Estoril. Today, these cities are the centres of entertainment and night recreation for young people with a large number of discos and nightclubs. In Estoril is the largest casino in Europe and one of the racing tracks of “Formula1”. The Portuguese Riviera contains the plenty of historical places. In Cascais is opened to the public the Museum-library of the count Castro Guimarães, storing a large collection of books, paintings and sculptures. And at the Maritime Museum You can learn about the history of this ancient town and about the local traditions of fishing. Even the coast of Cascais is famous for its unusual natural wonder, dubbed the “hell throat”. For centuries, the natural ocean water washed away the rocks and this resulted in the intricate grottos and caves.