Moving to Portugal
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Removals to Portugal

Removals to Portugal: Options for relocating to Portugal


What's the best way to relocate your belongings, furniture and car? This expat guide on removals to Portugal explains the pros and cons of each option for relocating to Portugal.

Internet in Portugal

Setting up internet in Portugal


Getting connected to internet in Portugal is often a priority after you move to Portugal. Read how to get internet access in Portugal.

Portuguese driver's licence

How to get a driver's licence in Portugal


If you're living in Portugal as a resident, you may need to exchange your driving licence for a Portuguese driver's licence.

Television in Portugal

Setting up television in Portugal


Get signed up to Portugal TV with this guide to television in Portugal, including a list of Portuguese television channels and a guide on how to get English TV in Portugal.

Portugal country code

Call Portugal: Phones, mobiles and Portugal country code


A guide on how to call Portugal, Portugal's country code and how to connect to telephone and mobile providers in Portugal.

The common challenges of expat repatriation


Thinking about going home? We have put together a handy list of three challenges every expat encounters when repatriating abroad and how to overcome them.

Guide to relocating overseas: Important things to consider

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Moving your life overseas is no easy task but considering several factors before relocating — like finances, property and healthcare among others — certainly takes off the pressure from your impending move.

Tip for settling in a new country for expats

Top tips for settling into your new country as an expat


Despite an initial settling-in process, expats say they are loving life in their adopted countries and are there to stay, reveals new research from AXA PPP International.

Moving finances abroad

A checklist for moving your finances abroad


Before moving abroad, make sure your finances, pension plan, housing payments, tax arrangements and investments are carefully organised for the big move, too.

culture shock

Culture shock and how to deal with it


Culture shock is a common experience for many who move abroad, even between European countries. How can you deal with the shock of integrating into a new culture?

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