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10 Best Free Things to Do in Lisbon

The birthplace of Amália Rodrigues and calçada Portuguesa Lisbon is rich in culture, history, and striking views. For the past decade, tourists have started to...

Guide to Starting a Business in Portugal

If you're looking to start a business in Portugal, you are not the only one! The majority of global investors are confident in Portugal,...

9 Top UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Portugal

The oldest country in Europe, Portugal's cultural heritage is vast and there is so much history to explore particularly its World Heritage Sites. Portugal...

How to Get Portuguese Citizenship

Under the Passport Power Rank, Portugal ranks number 3 for being the most powerful passport, along with other countries such as Switzerland and Belgium....

20 Best Beaches in Portugal

With more than 300 days of sun a year and over 1500 kilometers of Atlantic ocean coastline, Portugal has countless golden sand beaches, some...

Sustainable Tourism: 9 Eco-friendly Hotels in Portugal

When you think of sustainability, traveling isn't the first thing that comes to mind, but sustainable tourism is an up-and-coming niche in Portugal's tourism...

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Ginjinha

Undoubtedly one of the most famous Portuguese liquors, known and loved all over Portugal, Ginjinha is starting to gain international notoriety. Ginjinha or just...

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Portugal D2 Visa: Portugal’s Entrepreneur Visa

What is the Portugal D2 Visa? The Portugal D2 Visa allows entrepreneurs, freelancers, and independent service providers to reside in Portugal. The Portuguese government started...
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The Azores, a volcanic archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean, where number one on the World Travel Awards list of “Europe's Leading Adventure Tourism...

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From limpets to meat skewers, Madeira's diverse gastronomy is a staple of Portugal's cultural heritage. While the archipelago is mostly known for its summer...

Guide to the Non-Habitual Resident (NHR) Tax Regime

You would think the incentive to become a resident in Portugal would be the low cost of living and all-around high quality of life,...

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Looking to find nude beaches in Portugal? You'll find more than just beaches. From guesthouses, holiday experiences, and a full-blow community, Portugal's naturism movement...

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Oven-baked, with cream, à Brás, à Gomes de Sá, the options are endless. The Portuguese say that there are 1001 ways to cook cod, also...

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Women’s Rights in Portugal

Women's rights were two words never truly uttered prior to the Carnation Revolution of 1974. The aftermath of the 25 of April and the...

Henry the Navigator

Henrique of Portugal, the Duke of Viseu, and Lord of Covilhã, better known as Prince Henry the Navigator or ‘The Prince of Sagres’ was...

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