Lisbon is double winner at the Oscars of tourism.


Portugal is the country that best welcomes and was considered one of the best destinations worldwide for foreign residents. 


Portugal is the country with the best quality of life according with the ranking prepared by InterNations (2018) and became, in the latest edition of the international study, the country that best hosts the expatriates. 


"Almost all foreign residents who live in the country (94%) assess positively the attitude of the local population with regard to expatriates," it reads in the annual survey "Expat Insider", pointing the "warm reception" as one of the reasons for "more than one-third of expatriates in Portugal (36%) feel at home almost immediately". 


The connection to domestic residents appears to be one of the factors that led Portugal to the top, with the vast majority of foreign residents (79%) seeing the Portuguese as welcoming and more than half (53%) to consider the Portuguese extrovert people. 


The sense of community and sharing — "29% of expatriates living in Portugal have as friends local residents (as opposed to 19% in the rest of the world)", expresses the InterNations — seems to have a major influence on the adaptation of new residents to the country, which after half a year by Portuguese lands "began to feel at home in the new country of residence" (53%), while the global average is only 41%.


National hospitality is recognised across borders and the fact that the country is trending can give some extra points, but only a great combination of elements can lead to results like this. 


Nearly half of those who move to Portugal (47%) consider living in the country forever. 


A privileged climate, mild Mediterranean with mild winters: Lisbon, the capital, has more than 220 days of sunshine a year; the Algarve, over 300.


A National Health System of recognized value, classified 12th place in 2017 by the World Health Organization, and compatible with the counterparts of the European Union (through the European Health Card).


An Atlantic Country of cities, of light, of beaches, landscapes, heritage. A country of variety and hidden secrets… Alentejo, Madeira, Azores, Douro, Minho. Paradise for golfers, sun and sea lovers as well as enthusiasts of great gastronomy.


A country of people who enjoy hospitality, and that "speak languages".


This is what distinguishes us from others and makes Portugal the place with the highest quality of life.


- WELCOME HOME.

Portugal is not only safe but it is also beautiful! 


"The best refuge for retired people in Europe" according to the International Living Magazine (January 2018).


Considering criteria such as the cost and quality of life, shopping and real estate investing, lease values, benefits and discounts, residence visas, social inclusion, entertainment, health care and the development of the country, as well as the weather.


Portugal won 17 prizes awarded by the World Travel Awards (December 2018). 


Portugal is the "best destination in the world" (again) and Lisbon the "best City Destination" and "Best City Break Destination" worldwide. 

Lisbon is double winner at the Oscars of tourism.


Portugal is the country that best welcomes and was considered one of the best destinations worldwide for foreign residents. 


Portugal is the country with the best quality of life according with the ranking prepared by InterNations (2018) and became, in the latest edition of the international study, the country that best hosts the expatriates. 


"Almost all foreign residents who live in the country (94%) assess positively the attitude of the local population with regard to expatriates," it reads in the annual survey "Expat Insider", pointing the "warm reception" as one of the reasons for "more than one-third of expatriates in Portugal (36%) feel at home almost immediately". 


The connection to domestic residents appears to be one of the factors that led Portugal to the top, with the vast majority of foreign residents (79%) seeing the Portuguese as welcoming and more than half (53%) to consider the Portuguese extrovert people. 


The sense of community and sharing — "29% of expatriates living in Portugal have as friends local residents (as opposed to 19% in the rest of the world)", expresses the InterNations — seems to have a major influence on the adaptation of new residents to the country, which after half a year by Portuguese lands "began to feel at home in the new country of residence" (53%), while the global average is only 41%.


National hospitality is recognised across borders and the fact that the country is trending can give some extra points, but only a great combination of elements can lead to results like this. 


Nearly half of those who move to Portugal (47%) consider living in the country forever. 


A privileged climate, mild Mediterranean with mild winters: Lisbon, the capital, has more than 220 days of sunshine a year; the Algarve, over 300.


A National Health System of recognized value, classified 12th place in 2017 by the World Health Organization, and compatible with the counterparts of the European Union (through the European Health Card).


An Atlantic Country of cities, of light, of beaches, landscapes, heritage. A country of variety and hidden secrets… Alentejo, Madeira, Azores, Douro, Minho. Paradise for golfers, sun and sea lovers as well as enthusiasts of great gastronomy.


A country of people who enjoy hospitality, and that "speak languages".


This is what distinguishes us from others and makes Portugal the place with the highest quality of life.


- WELCOME HOME.

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