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Portugal has it all: historic cities, world-renown cuisine, natural landscapes and some of the world's most spectacular beaches – here are 10 of the best places to visit in Portugal.
Here is an overview of tourism and arts and culture in Portugal, from Unesco World Heritage sites to dinosaur footprints.
A look at the top Portuguese foods, including a popular dessert that goes by the name of 'nun’s belly'.
Helpful advice for frequent expat travellers who want to keep their healthy eating habits while travelling on an airplane and stay away from some less than appetising plane food.
The French flatter; the Brits are crass. So says a social anthropologist in this review on cross-cultural flirting techniques in Europe.
You can easily work abroad, volunteer, or meet new people in a diversity of interests – dogs, entrepreneurs, knitting, mothers, soccer, teachers, theatre, technology, translators and more.
Here's an introduction to Expatica's Lifestyle section for Portugal.
Travel writer Rick Steves urges you to get out of town -- and discover Europe's natural beauty.
If you're living and dating abroad, "Get out of your comfort zone and challenge your beliefs," says Expatica’s dating expert Jean-Baptiste Trannoy.
From mountain biking in Switzerland to surfing in Munich: Rick Steves shows that Europe has plenty of thrills and chills to satisfy the adventure traveler.
Travel guru Rick Steves recommends waking up early with the locals to enjoy what other tourists miss.
There are many excellent opportunities to get in involved in expat groups in Portugal. Part One of our guide lists Expat, Political/Commerce, Cultural, and Sporting/Theatre groups.
Grab a Guinness and meet other expats at your local Irish pub!
Don't know your asana from your elbow? Here's a short introduction to yoga, plus a listing of yoga centres in Portugal.
Christmas trees and mangers are now in homes, squares, and streets all over Europe. But they are more than just decorations — there is a rich history behind them.