Europe's happiest residents live in the cities of Copenhagen (Denmark) and Stockholm (Sweden) according to the European Commission's latest study, "Report on Quality of Life in European Cities 2020", which analyses residents' perceptions of different aspects of their personal lives; such as satisfac
Every year, the British magazine Time Out publishes its ranking of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world, a ranking that usually focuses on good places "to eat and have fun, with art and culture, atmosphere and personality".
If you're looking to move to a car-friendly country, then Portugal could be the place for you. From data recorded until the end of 2018, and before the COVID-19 pandemic in the country, it can be concluded that the Portuguese are among the Europeans who use cars most to travel.
The cost of living in Lisbon decreased in 2020. The Portuguese capital fell 11 places in the "Cost of Living 2020" ranking, by the consultancy firm Mercer, and is now the 106th most expensive city in the world to live in for expats out of a total of 209 major cities.
The natural beauty of the Azores without a doubt takes everyone’s breath away. And not only that; they stand out as the first region in Portugal and the only island group in the world to be certified as a sustainable tourist destination.
Elected for the third time as the best tourist destination in the world. This is the most recent achievement for Portugal, which went to the Royal Opera House of Muscat, the capital of Oman, to collect several awards in the World Travel Awards which are considered the "Oscars of Tourism".
Portugal ranks 18th in the Social Progress Index 2019, having risen six places compared to last year's ranking. It is ahead of countries such as the USA, Belgium and Austria and stands out in the categories Personal Rights (2nd position) and Inclusion (10th position).