Portugal has been perceived as a “safe haven” in Europe during and post the quarantine constrictions, having a relatively low infection and death rates due to the new coronavirus.
The past few weeks in lockdown are generally improving the air quality globally, and Portugal is no exception, with levels lower than seen in decades.
The ancient Ribeira with its little colorful houses composes the city’s postcard, along with the bridge. This is the main landscape that comes to mind when imagining this vibrant city that has a lot more to discover.
Due to this time of uncertainty, investors are starting to think more long-term, not only in a profitability perspective but in the possibility of acquiring a property in a country to relocate to when retiring.
Easter ends a time of reflection and marks the beginning of a new era of prosperity. Read more about how we celebrate Easter in Portugal.
The Algarve Municipalities Association announced last week several decisions aiming to help fight the Coronavirus outbreak repercussions in the region’s economy.
Portugal was put on the map and under the spotlight as one of the most sought-after countries to live and work in.
2019 was a great year for Portugal in terms of international recognition. Last year, Portugal was elected, for the third consecutive year, the World’s Leading Destination for 2019 at the World Travel Awards.
When you acquire properties far from the country you live in, sometimes it’s difficult to manage them all. In this post we show you what you can do to ease these tasks.
During 2019, the number of British tourists in Portugal even increased, with the UK representing the highest number of visitors in the country. New numbers from Statistics Portugal show that between 2013 and 2019 the number of British visitors in Portugal increased continuously, with their …