Welcome to Portugal

Discover some hidden gems of Portugal: hiking around the little fishermen village of Cascais, strolling around in Lisbon… You’ll fall in love with the beauty of this colorful country.

Good to know before traveling to Portugal

Capital: Lisbon

Currency: Euro

Official religion(s): 80% of the population is Roman Catholic, followed by non-religious citizens and other Christians.

Official language(s) and general knowledge of English: Portuguese is the official language. English is widely spoken, however mostly in urban areas.

Power voltage and socket type(s): 230V, plug types F and C.

Most prominent tourist areas: Algarve, Lisbon, Porto

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