Pros: -Great airport for connections to Africa and South America. -Has some really beautiful views. -Great fruit and fish. -Native Portuguese people are generally friendly and helpful. -Wonderful moderate climate (better than Spain) Cons: -The dirtiest major city I've seen in Europe. Filthy buildings and dog crap everywhere. -Unsafe - most other women I spoke to said they feel unsafe walking alone here (being leered at, whistled at and followed by the mostly immigrant men is a common occurrenc
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I have been living in Porto since September. Portugal is currently in a hard covid lockdown so Porto is not at its best. But in better times the city is amazing. Beautiful, right near the beach, with excellent air and rail connectivity. English is widely spoken and the accommodations for visitors are diverse and excellent. Restaurants are also diverse and excellent. Prices for those used to northern Europe or USA will seem low. December, January are very rainy and can get cold, down to nearly 0
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Funchal is a city in Madeira, Portugal. The capital of the Autonomous Region of Madeira, the city is located on the northwest coast of the island, about 10 km (6.2 mi) northwest of the island capital of Funchal. It has a population of 101,208, making it the 2nd largest city in the country and the main Portuguese port on the Atlantic Ocean.
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Ericeira will be the Canggu of Europe, I think. It's the surf capital of Europe, so it has the surfers. It has the hipster cafes with nice coffee, although they are quite tiny and need to be bigger. It has amazing restaurants, especially sea food but also typical hipster food. It has the same type of people you'll see in Canggu and Bali. Right now there's a coworking space called Salt but it's small, cramped and insufficient. What Ericeira needs is a big moder well designed coworking spac
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One of the cheapest cities in Portugal to live, since it's basically an university town. It's definitely a gem, with not so many distractions and perfect to get the work done. Coimbra has all the qualities of Portugal cities such as food, wine, safety, cultural events etc, everything quite low-cost oriented, specially accomodation -- you can find really good deals way cheaper than Lisbon or Porto. It's a bit tourist but not a trap. Great green spaces to relax, however it's a hill city and climb
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Spent 2 years living in Ponta Delgada, one of the loveliest locations I've lived in up to now. The island of Sao Miguel is stunning, and its warm, friendly people, fantastic gastronomy, English speaking (due to influence from the US in the islands) population, its low VAT (lower than in the Mainland) and cheap (comparing to Lisbon) cost of living make Ponta Delgada a city which is like no other
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We are an Italian couple (recently moved to Portimao a few months ago). We love the Praia da Rocha area (it has a resemblance to Miami but in a small way). Spectacular beaches, warm water, low cost of living. highly recommended.
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