Foreign tourism to Portugal has best first quarter ever | Reuters

“The number of foreign tourists visiting Portugal surpassed 2.8 million from January through March, making it the best first quarter on record despite high global inflation and interest rates,” Reuters writes, citing data from the National Statistics Institute.

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