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While the Azores experiences more rain and slightly lower temperatures, Madeira is sunnier and has a very constant temperature all year round. Most of the country's 10 million inhabitants are Roman Catholics.
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Portugal Live Webcams. It makes a big difference as to which countries you compare Portugal to. For example, Portugal would beat any African country hands down.
I think it makes sense to draw comparisons between other European countries because people are often looking at living in Portugal VS Spain, for example.
I also compare it to the other English-speaking and Northern European countries that I know well enough as this is where many Portugalist readers come from.
I do hope to write some articles where I interview people from other parts of the world e. South Africa to get their insights into the differences between life here and their home country.
Hello James, Thanks so much for administering this great blog. I have learned so much from the differant view points from the readers.
We plan to visit for a few months next summer, hopefully the pandemic will be under control by then. We were hoping Portugal could become a new summer home and possibly a new full time place of residency.
We are retired 73 and 68 respectively. In the summer when the heat becomes extreme we travel to the East Coast to the state of New Jersey where we have a condo with again HOA rules.
We have nothing against dogs but their barking is not music to our ears. Dog pooh I guess we can expect but does it have to be in our neighborhood?
At our age we are use to heat and air conditioning. Is this possible? Our condo was built with cinder block and cememt slabs.
Are any apt. We can deal with a lot of he other issues that have been brought up. Language and bureaucracy we can deal with them.
Any help anyone can give to a couple of old folks will be greatly appreciated. Air conditioning is definitely possible. I would also think about heating as well.
I would also think about where you might want to live in Portugal. Thanks — I think I am convinced to not move to Portugal but to partake in extended vacations.
My company is bringing new jobs to the area and want me to move there. Not so sure I can handle it and I do not speak Portuguese.
I think it will be shorter lived time in Portugal. Glad to know the beauty has an ugly side as well. Lots of people love it, though, so do come and try it out.
Hi We are planning to live in Cascais from June My daughter is going to start A levels at that time. At the moment she goes to a private school in Brighton There is any equivalent to A levels In Portugal?
By the way,she is fluent in Portuguese from Brazil. There are several private schools in Portugal that teach the British A Levels rather than the Portuguese curriculum.
Fluency in Portuguese will be a big help to her in many ways, especially integrating into Portuguese life here. Thank you! My partner and I are looking to move to Portugal from NY.
We narrowed it down to Magoito, outskirts of Estremoz or Tavira. Any insight would be hugely grateful. Nadia is a Yoga Teacher and I an entrepreneur.
The long term plan is to form a business around hospitality and Yoga. Short term would be to enjoy during the year as we continue living in the hustle and bustle of the states for another year or so.
Hello, My boyfriend and I are thinking about moving to Portugal, particularly one of the small rural villages bc his family already has a house there.
Can someone verify that for me? Sarah I would do more research about health insurance online before you go to Portugal especially if your boyfriend has a medical condition.
I have only lived in Portugal since November , and using the healthcare system has probably been one of our biggest hurdles, only due to the language barrier.
We are lucky and get reciprocal rights. But we live south of Aveiro, and literally no administrator or receptionist speaks any English around here.
We had to ask our Portuguese teacher to give us the vocabulary just to set up a doctor appointment!
I am too scared to go to the doctor! It is probably much easier in the big cities or Algarve. I personally think it is a total myth that English is widely spoken in Portugal.
In this area, more French is spoken, which is lucky because my husband is fluent. We have been saved twice from total destruction by local bureaucrats purely because of kindly, elderly Gentlemen who happened to have lived in France and were able to come to our rescue when our poor Portuguese and Google translate were not helping!
I am Richie and planning to visit Madeira in hoping to research and see if it can become our chosen expat retirement home.
I have read this entire thread. Having lived in 3 countries and visited about 45 of them, plus married to a Russian, I have experienced a thing or two.
Our goal — live a simpler life — and for us — boring works just fine. Here in the USA, we use a fireplace and propane gas heating plus electric blankets and its cozy enough despite colder and humid night temps.
Next — health care. Can anyone please recommend a preferred private health carrier for those over 55 and 65 that will provide care for diabetic patients?
My BS is well managed with meds but I am still at risk. Lastly, integrating is not our type priority — we all have learned that having even a handful of friends in life is a great accomplishment — but we are friendly and outgoing and an interesting professional couple.
If integrating is proving difficult for many — what icebreaking tips might be advised to fit into the community? Charitable service?
Recommended networking?? We see interesting things both north and south. Hi we have lived in Madeira for just over a year now..
The higher up in altitude the colder it gets and during the winter months the houses are very cold and huge amounts have damp problems, like serious damp issues…we have lived in east calheta and west machico and are now in funchal..
They came with us from UK and cause a stir wherever we go… Calheta probably has the most Brits outside of funchal, but Santa Cruz and gaula can be very reasonable to buy or rent, although the west is favoured above the east in terms of weather.
Having lived on both sides I really like both. Machico is flat has two great supermarkets and a yellow sandy beach, but we found it damp and cold in winter and we was in a new build, still had mould forming on shoes and clothes in closet everything is about adapting and accepting a brand new lifestyle…but one thing is for sure, once you find your own peace of heaven, you will not be moved!
We moved here two years ago, having lived in South Africa, Cape Town for nearly 30 years. Born in the UK and traveled a lot it is a pleasure to walk the streets and feel totally safe, so relaxed, take life one day at a time, chat a little, drink a coffee, I love the attitude of the locals, what is the rush.
After 40 years of always wanting more, doing things better, faster, saving money, board meetings, flights etc.
I agree there are all the downsides you mention but thats a lot less then most countries I visited and I am glad I live here. Thanks for this wonderful and honest review.
I am thinking about relocating from SA, and at this point, I have been applying for jobs at international companies, based in Portugal.
Do you have any advice that you would like to share. We are looking at moving to Portugal as a family in the near future. I would love to get in touch with you!
Wow Sue, I love your comment! We are considering moving to Portugal from South Africa, a family of four, two sons aged 13 and Would you have any advice for me?
My husband is a photographer and would ideally set up his own business. Any advice? Sorry a big ask, I know! Hi … we just got our passports and thinking of moving after this pandemic is at ease.
I have 2 kids and we are currently in Dubai. How about schools and jobs? Thank you. In terms of schools, there are both Portuguese and international schools and, like everywhere else, they vary in quality.
People come for the lifestyle more than the earning opportunities, which is probably a very different lifestyle to Dubai. The chiropractors I know in this area are all fully booked!
It is hard getting an appointment! These have the money to spend! I hope this is helpful to you. Good luck for the future. Any tips you can offer me?
This information here is really spot on! The insular and mediocrity mentality directly affects the countries economic potential and I have become quite impatient with any of my local acquaintances And friends talking about their low wages.
That said, Porto centre is the perfect scale city for me at this time in my life with good weather, great beauty and a vibrance that feels larger than its size.
People are friendly on the surface more so than Berlin, less so than Bali but hard to know even with their exceptional language skills.
There is a strange obsession with worrying about what other might think which is unusual in my experience for any countries major cities. It feels like Portugal is in its early stages of global interest and how it reacts to this will determine how well everyone does from this new interest.
Personally, I find it all rather exciting. To live I need a roof, water and food. The rest is not necessary.
Perhaps you sense that the clocks there are gradually turning back into astrolabes? You forgot to mention in your bit about cold houses…. I regularly do mold checks…found it in my shoes, on coats, furniture, walls!!
It is something you need to keep on top of, otherwise it spreads. Airborne mould spores are a serious health hazard for various reasons that even casual research will rapidly confirm.
Hello David, I have been here for two years and everything you have pointed out is correct. I have learnt to adapt and keep positive and remember the traffic and pollution in the UK!
I wish the women would be more assertive, as it is still a male dominated society here, in the centre of Portugal, something I fought against in the 70s and 80s in the UK.
Thank you for this post. Why would you want to do that in another country? The reason Portugal is nice is because it is not modern and progressist.
I am moving with my wife and 1-year-old son to Portugal at the end of the year for good. We do have a house by the beach in Lagos.
We joined the Golden Visa program and we decided to move to Portugal for a better healthcare system and free education.
Is it safe, are schools and healthcare free, will I find a job easily telecommunication graduate? Healthcare is also free or mostly free and schools are free as well.
Hi Ali, luso person here, portugal is a safe country but you have to take certain things into account. One of the things you need is to be respectful, just as long as you are respectful people will probably be respectfull to you.
Another is dont try to speak spanish with us. Trying to speak a native language of a country that is foreign to you while there is a sign of respect.
So you can try to use any of those two and everything will be alright. Not a comment but a question, if moving to Portugal, do you have to go back to the country you came from every six months?
No, not unusually. Very interesting and true comments. You can learn if you mix a lot with Portuguese and use what you learn otherwise it is difficult.
He married a Romanian and now speaks it perfectly but he uses it with their friends, family and congregation. Yes it is a Latin language so it then helps him understand a little Portuguese, as my husband can understand a few words of Romanian.
Weather much better all year round in Madeira than mainland Portugal. However it costs more to travel back and forth here and the airport can sometimes have problems with landing due to the weather, wind!
Not the image I would portray of the Portuguese. Bureaucracy is an uncontrolled madhouse. Justice is non-existent and a quick buck is the order of the day…especially if its a few thousand bucks.
Concrete houses are bound to have toxic black algae…our health centre has it…which is harmful to Children, the Elderly and those with breathing difficulties.
Good health care is an absolute myth. Fourteen months wait for a diabetes regular check-up. Poor quality medical advice is the norm, because education and training is abysmal.
Professionals are anything but professionals, and again, poorly educated. Or the country could evolve quickly and catch up with the rest of Western Europe which it has fallen years behind?
But I do believe that with more skilled and globally experienced people moving here, we will see a vast improvement in the coming decades and with the local propensity for languages, there might develop a broadened economy and higher standards of practice and openness.
So true, but there are also some positive sides as well. Most people do not want to speak about it though being afraid of something….
You move there with an Anglo mentality, why? I am not English. Alexandre Soares de Santos, the second wealthiest businessman in grubby-minded Portugal was absolutely accurate..
He employed tens of thousands of your-fellows so he might be the odd man out in understanding how socio malperforming, behaviourally disordered thick-wits perform in reality.
Keep your silly erroneous performance hidden. You look and sound like a pratt…never wrong and too stupid to understand just how stupid you are.
Adopt local culture? I care very much for decent honest people. Hi Lionel, taking the wax off the new car shine is the way I would characterize your post.
And, much thanks for sharing that perspective, warts and all. I am American and lived in Germany and UK for 7 years total. My wife is Russian.
I will retire on pensions — she will continue to work remotely. Integration is not our chief concern as we are independent types and self-reliant.
We also go along to get along. Not looking to change things other than as it pertains to our own standards of lifestyle and enjoying being happy for each day as it unfolds.
Your comments about healthcare, particularly diabetic care, are concerning. Holding a discussion, or better, with someone with social awareness and intelligent application would indeed be a most welcome change.
However, I have reservations about exposing my wife and I to the dangers of declaring my contact and location, in any public place. When we applied for a resident permit, we found no help on the internet, nor any of the supposed local governmental help centres.
Having devoted three hours minimum, on three separate occasions, to achieve nothing, plagued by a crowd of loud critics and vociferous complainants, broken dangerous seating, broken refreshment machines and bureaucratic neglect, I wrote a letter to the irresponsible manager, with a copy to questionably motivated Costa the Prime Monster.
I have been subsequently accused of throwing chairs and assaulting the four liars who intimidated my wife and I when we asked for non racial assistance, and asked why we were being denied our lawful rights.
The poisonous attitude of self righteousness was of singular importance to these despicable conspirators, who made a fabricated complaint to the police.
Human Rights, freedom of speech and personal expression, are being denied with Court support or ignorance, in an increasing manner.
The Law is being openly abused to satisfy the Pathological needs of inadequate bureaucrats who seem to have a tested formula to pervert by lying , cheating and conspiracy.
Out of something like complaints made by ordinary folk, against bureaucrats the year before last, less than a quarter were investigated. Pursuit is the reality of their involvement.
Bureaucrats win…fair minded people lose. Behavioural and personality disorders are of alarming proportion. Both are diagnosed symptoms of mental illness.
It is unrecognised and untreated. Crude pathological denial of any fault or error is of epidemic proportion.
This is a sick nation being wrecked by sick people with sick administration and sick sociopathic practices. Undoubtedly jealous racist conspiracy by our accountant and his good friend, a senior tax official.
I have the papers ready to send to the Court of Human Rights, when their conditional target date arrives.
Three very wealthy friends have withdrawn their interest in investing in Portugal. I recommend any similarly motivated person to look elsewhere.
We have lived on Crete, and foolishly returned to our building project in Portugal. The Court in Strasbourg have alternative ideas of right and wrong.
Justice, Reason, Fairness? Not a snowballs chance in Portugal! Theft, Corruption, Intellectual Bankruptcy? Every day occurrences in Portugal!
Children are taught corruption, deception, lying and cheating. Teachers have to be reappointed annually for four years before then can apply for a permanent post.
Headteachers exploit this vulnerability to coerce unrealistic assessments of student achievement.
Children know all about this trickery, teachers despise the practice. That is a basic element of an education system that sets the foundation for the future of Portugal.
I was employed in the UK to investigate, assess and recommend how Courts might prescribe treatment for convicted criminals.
I know much about liars, cheats, connivers, thieves sociopathic affliction and Mental Disorder. Given your past engagement with another domestic justice system, you will be aware that findings of the ECHR can be at quite a high level of generality; that ei qui affirmat, non ei qui negat incumbit probatio; that in EU HR law each state party to the HR Convention is allowed a significant degree of allowance for local conditions; and that in order to obtain an award of financial recompense you may need first to pursue proceedings within a system in which you have manifestly lost confidence, and to exhaust your appellate rights there.
If your Portuguese experiences have been as wholly negative as you assert, I wish you well in your campaign. But you may need sound advice and representation on the legal questions and also to have your opinions on the national psyche validated or contradicted by a highly qualified social psychologist.
Or else to have the good judgement to cut your losses and restart in a society you find more congenial. I would say Portuguese is the easiest Romance language for an English-speaker to acquire; the hardest is Romanian.
Which came first? Also, did you learn Romanian as well? Many also speak Spanish fluently, and this is apparently because they get a lot of Spanish TV there.
Hello Portugalist. You seem to have hit all the downsides right on their heads. Well done. I think one thing people have to keep in mind is that moving to Portugal or Italy requires a huge amount of patience.
Yes, definitely! In addition I would like to comment that the mass tourism that we face now is destroying several aspects of the Portuguese traditional life.
The restaurants in Lisbon downtown have become tourist traps with bad food and high prices. The Portuguese handycrafts are a joke compared with other countries and reflect a lack of culture and imagination which can be found also in the arts and cuisine.
The country is corrupt, incompetent, and the constant changing of laws drive you crazy. I just had a dutch carpenter come to see me looking for a job.
He said as he was 50 now, he wanted a more to take it more easy now and have a more relaxed kind of life! He has 2 kids ,8 and 12 years old and a wife.
What a dream! Sorry to burst your bubble! Kids international school? Forget it! Cars, you have to have one here , petrol, rent ,very expensive!
Only singles have a chance! Rent a place:- 2 bedroom simple app. Plus costs! Do the maths! Unless you can go into real estate, which a hell of a lot of expats try and fail at!
You better have a plan of self employment or bring a million! Be warned yes, Portugal is the best place to live in Europe, but there is a high price to pay for this privilege!
Good luck, hope to meet you soon! Thanks for the dose of reality. The growing problems of industrial strength tourism seems like a global disease rather than economic development.
May I ask what part of the country you live in? What can you tell me about living there and working as a chiropractor quiropraxista in say, Porto!?
Probably the same as in Brazil. You have may be a better chance in the town of Braga near Porto, and where about thirty five thousands Brazilians live.
How can i rich in Portugal , I like to go and stay in Portugal foreber in life. I really love to leave in Portugal.
There is no such a thing, go study in a field that you ike and get ready to work hard. Thank you so much for this info. My Brazilian friends are encouraging me to consider Lisbon.
What is health care like in Portugal? I think France is particularly good for healthcare, if I remember correctly. While Portugal may not have as a good healthcare as France, there are other benefits over France like a cheaper cost of living, lower taxes, English being more widely spoken, etc.
Like most countries Northern Portugal is Rainier and averages about 5 degrees cooler in temperature. We chose to buy a home in the western Algarve area of Lagos.
Almost everyone speaks English, the locals are very friendly and helpful, the real estate market is still a lot less expensive than the U.
You can still purchase a 3 bedroom home 5 minutes from the beautiful beaches for about k. Freshest fish and heritage style vegetables, plus they are masters at bread making.
Healthcare is about 14 in the world compared to the U S. Are you a dentist by chance and naturally want to protect your scheme?
I live in Kazakhstan now and fix my teeth in the Czech Republic, which has top quality dentists. Portugal is a nice country, but Portuguese dentists are a disaster and very selfish crooked, low quality, disrespectful to customer time and absolutely unreliable.
I did not mean to insult the entire country. Portugal is a nice country. For someone like myself age 67 where would you recommend I live that is affordable for me.
I have no pension only cash Euro , and this has to last me for the rest of my life, assuming I will live another 15 years.
Should I buy or rent a property, do the have any affordable one bedroom apartments? There are lots of places in Portugal that you could retire in, but they all have their pros and cons.
For beach locations, there are also plenty of other locations outside of Lisbon like the Algarve and Silver Coast that are worth considering.
Hopefully, the information on Portugalist will give you some inspiration for the personal side of that choice but, for the financial questions, I really recommend speaking to a professional in this field.
No matter who says what, do not part with your money. I would like to rent a very small studio or 1 bedroom apartment in a nice, somewhat quiet community… and recommendations???
Lisbon is beautiful but these two things should be addressed. I moved to a Latin American country 20 years ago and started a business there. Same issues daily hassles and little inconveniences and frustrations you mention.
It can be done successfully with perseverance. And if you really want it. Before you know it you are years into your business, and still dealing with the frustrating and confounding little daily hassles.
Of everything, in the end it was integrating that was the biggest challenge, because of the language barrier. Yes, I think integration is the hardest part.
If you can make friends, you can learn to deal with things like bureaucracy, expensive utilities, and everything else. Very useful stuff — thank you.
I am contemplating semi-retirement in rural South West Alentejo with my horses, dogs, cats and geese. Any advice on single, middle aged women living on an edge of village environment?
The other challenge will be finding ways to integrate. In the cities and the Algarve, there are usually plenty of meetups and social groups but you may struggle to find them in a village.
Hi, great site, thank you for that! I notice that most of the places that I am able to search for long term rental housing are always about short-term vacationers.
Any suggestions where I can find real estate further out of the city in some of the neighboring cities? Perhaps a webpage or newspaper that would show locals trying to rent a home?
Thanks again for your help! Take a look at this article. We are planning to re-locate to Portugal in about 2 years. On the other hand though, as older people I do see learning a new language as really good exercise for the grey matter: I am still wanting to know if there are agencies that help people with their re-settling needs?
Hope you can help. As for the language, I would recommend starting before you get to Portugal. You might as well hit the ground running rather than starting from scratch when you get here.
Not sure if anyone here can help but we are moving to Portugal and bring all our belonging via ocean. I have done extensive research as far as rules and regulations on what to bring or not to Portugal and visited all sources.
The most updated information is here and I learn that Import to Portugal is not that complicated. I am wondering if anyone here knows a good Customs Broker in Lisbon who can help with clearing our container and transporting it to our door?
Your help will be greatly appreciated! Hopefully someone will have an answer to this. Uau, you really got the whole picture. I lived in Portugal för 40 years and when it was time to decide the future of my kids, I chose to leave the country.
Before considering anywhere, how many of you though: how can I contribute to make that place better?
To make people happier? To reduce the disparity of wages? Gender pay gap? To warm people dying on the streets because of the winter?
Not mentioning the terrifying bureaucracy everything is on paper and via post. Let unite to make the community better!
Now keep in mind: we make the place good or bad for ourselves, we are responsible for that, not the Portuguese population, Portuguese government, companies, etc.
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