People living locally in Portuguese cities and towns from the far north to the Algarve region in the south are giving advice and tips to tourists and potential residents on a unique website constructed by CrowdsourcedExlorer.com.
From 04.00am this morning, October 4th 2021, the rules for people arriving into the UK from Portugal have changed.
People simply love to travel. Traveling is something that broadens your horizons and makes you understand other cultures and nations. We are usually captivated by big historical cities which are usually too expensive, and they do not meet our expectations.
A new study names Portugal as one of the mostLGBTQ+ friendly countries, with Lisbon and Porto ranking first and second place respectively in the top 10 most LGBTQ+ friendly vacation destinations in the world.
Portugal has been taking serious action over traffic safety in the past decade. As a result, it is today among the countries that have lowered death rates in traffic accidents the most in the EU.
A few weeks back a small group of expats in the Algarve sat chatting. The subject of driving to the UK came up. Someone mentioned that a few months back, whilst Spain was on the UK's red list and Portugal was green, Brittany Ferries had considered sailing directly to Porto, rather than the current routes to Bilbao/Santander.
Fiesta time comes to an end. The appropriate protocols having been adhered to, I was filled up with more paint stripper in the guise of wine. I was sure it would take the enamel off my teeth.
Drivers with hopes of road-tripping through Europe later this year will have to trade in their GB car sticker or magnet for a new ‘UK’ version. The current sticker used on the back of vehicles will no longer be valid from September 28th 2021, the United Nations (UN) has outlined. Instead, motorists will have to replace it with a UK sticker to drive on foreign roads.