Alojamento Local tourist let
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Tourist lets, known in Portugal as "Alojamento Local (AL)", have been one of the major victims of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Staying in tourist accommodation or simply going to a restaurant: such activities previously required no second thought but suddenly became impossible due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Portugal and across much of Europe.
When we choose a holiday destination we immediately think of where we will be staying. A hotel may seem like the obvious option, but these days there are many more alternatives.
Living in an apartment block isn’t always easy, especially these days when permanent residents and tourists mix in the same building. Strange faces walking around can sometimes scare people and the condo in general may want to start controlling who enters and exits the building.
This enormous property for sale in Faro, Portugal is really four properties in one. On the 11-hectare grounds, there is one main house and 3 separate guesthouses, as well as a large studio and an open-air theatre.
If there was ever a time when Setúbal was called "ugly" or "dirty", idealista/news can now affirm that this area on the South Bank of the Tagus is no longer so. Setúbal has become a city which is attracting large numbers of investors from Portugal and abroad.
This excellent villa with 3 floors in Agualva-Cacém in the hottest area of Portugal for real estate right now, Sintra, would make for the ideal investment with high profitability.
Portugal’s tourist accommodation business is booming, with short-term tourist lets becoming ever more profitable and popular. This sector is known in Portugal as Alojamento Local (AL) and the fees property owners pay to booking websites are now exempt from taxes.
Around three hundred people accepted the challenge thrown down by Massimo Forte and Gonçalo Nascimento Rodrigues, specialists and independent consultants in mediation and real estate investments, to think about the "Out of the Box" market (referring to the real estate and financial sector opinion bl
Portugal is in fashion and is increasingly becoming a holiday destination of choice.
Not only is Porto in fashion, it's on the radar. Whose radar? That of investors and international markets.