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Things to know about Portuguese people

Portuguese people: 10 interesting facts

When moving to a new country, whether to study on Erasmus, retire or even with a family, one of the first questions asked is about the people, in this case, the people of Portugal. What are Portuguese people like? What are the Portuguese known for? Are Portuguese people welcoming?
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The best places to retire in Portugal in 2021

Portugal is often referred to as one of the best countries in the world to retire to. This so called 'golden age' is the time to enjoy a hard earned life of leisure and leave the world of work behind, and with this in mind, we're going to check out the best places to retire in Portugal.
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2020 NHR changes in Portugal

Besides plans to end golden visas in Lisbon and Porto, the ruling Socialist Party in Portugal has introduced an amendment to this year's state budget which will levy a 10% income tax (known in Portuguese as IRS) on the foreign revenue of foreign pensioners who move to Portugal.
We love the Portuguese, but sometimes they sure are funny...

10 weird things Portuguese people do

If you’ve already lived in Portugal for a while, you’ll know what we mean. If you’re getting ready to go there, be warned about what you might find – Portuguese people are really lovely but have some strange customs. Here, we run down the 10 strangest habits of the Portuguese.
Retirees in Portugal

How to collect your pension in Portugal

Retirement age is finally here, and you have big plans – moving to Portugal. And we salute you for your wise decision. With 3000 hours of sunshine per year, some of Europe’s most stunning beaches, beautiful cities and friendly people, Portugal sounds like the right choice.
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