Live Abroad in Portugal
Portugal is one of the most popular places for expats, but how livable is it?
We took an exploratory trip to see for ourselves because it was at the top of our list for another residency. While it does have a lot going for it in terms of livability for expats, we’ve crossed it off our list for one main reason.
This article evaluates Portugal’s livability based on the crucial factors that matter most when considering a potential new home, such as safety, cost of living, residency options, and taxes.
Porto, Portugal is a city with a history that predates even the Roman Empire and it continues to captivate people from all around the world.
Despite our arrival coinciding with one of the worst rainy seasons in recent memory, we were lucky enough to have a few hours of sun and blue skies to explore the city. We didn’t let the weather stop us!
Porto is extremely popular with tourists and foreign residents but it isn’t perfect. In this article, we share what we love about Porto, as well as some of the downsides, to help you decide if it is a good fit for you.
We finally made it to Portugal! This is the first country on our multi-country tour while we search for a 3rd place to call home after the U.S. and Ecuador.
Portugal is also at the top of the list for a large number of our viewers so it seemed like a great place to start this adventure.
We took a red-eye from Newark New Jersey and arrived at the Porto airport around 9:30 AM.
We knew we would be tired from the overnight flight and the jet lag, so we wanted to spend the first couple of days of our trip recovering by the beach in Matosinhos. It’s located on the western side of the Porto Metro Area and it has a lot going for it.
This isn’t the best time of year for a beach vacation in Portugal, but it was perfect for our first trip to Portugal because this area is a really popular place to live year-round.
In this article, we share the pros and cons to help you decide if Matosinhos should be on your list of places to consider.
I get asked this question a lot: Why Portugal?
Obviously there are a variety of reasons that someone chooses to move somewhere, whether that’s in their own country or abroad.
There are a lot of great options for places to move abroad, but we are extremely happy to currently be in Portugal.
We teamed up with Josh and Kalie from @Expats Everywhere in Porto, Portugal to create TWO must see videos!