Moving to live in Portugal: what is involved and key factors
Sep 24, 2021 General
Portugal offers high standards in quality of life. Reduced living costs, security, cleanliness, great food and the friendly approach of the Portuguese people are the main reasons why foreigners are choosing Portugal to live, during and after the Covid-19 pandemic. After deciding to move and live in Portugal or buying a second home, you need to spend some time learning about what is involved. But first things first: you’ll need to find a home.
How to buy a property in Portugal?
Sep 22, 2021 Legislation
When you find your dream property in Portugal, what should you expect and should you prepare for the purchase of your property? The first step should be clarifying the aspects of the purchase, regarding the price and what’s included in the deal, as well as require all legal documents to proceed from the vendor. Before buying a property in Portugal, each grantor needs to have a Portuguese fiscal number which is a tax identification number issued by the Portuguese tax authorities. If you’re married, your spouse also needs to issue that number whichever is the assets condition. Also note that this number will always identify you as a tax payer.
Portugal best for road trips
Aug 25, 2021 General
Thinking of a staycation in Portugal this year, then a road trip should be on the cards as Portugal takes the top spot in Europe.
Algarve best golf destination in Portugal
Aug 25, 2021 Sports
The Algarve region has once again come out on top as the best golfing destination in Portugal according to a Holidu that has ranked the country according to where you can find the best golf courses and the quality that they present for both professionals and novices in different regions.
Portugal is the third safest country in the world
May 30, 2019 General
According to the Global Peace Index, released during June 2019, it places Portugal in third place among the safest countries in the world, followed by Austria, Denmark and Canada, while Germany is in 22nd place and Spain in 32nd place. in the first place is only Iceland and New Zealand. In 2013, Portugal ranked 18th among 163 countries. According to the 13th annual Global Peace Index (GPI) report prepared by the Institute for Economy and Peace in Sydney, Australia, Europe remains the most peaceful region in the world, with a slight improvement, and the Middle East region and North Africa is still the least peaceful.