Chega keeps getting more and more support as it promises to clean up Portugal, which doesn’t sound ominous at all, right?
Florijn de Graaf has dedicated his life to engineering self-sufficient communities that combine traditional techniques with modern technology, and he’s bringing his expertise to Portugal.
Portugal’s far-right party gains support ahead of March election — and marches in Largo de Camões in Lisbon
“Portugal’s far-right Chega party jumped to 21% of voting intentions in a new opinion poll” after jumping 6%, according to Reuters. Previously: Portugal’s far-right Chega to seek government role to
You think Brazil is the only place to Carnival in Portuguese? Think again. Portugal’s got a lot going on that’s worth checking out.
Feb. 3 Lisbon neo-nazi march organizers say they’re coming to Martim Moniz and Mouraria despite failing to get authorization | SIC Notícias
For those of you new to Lisbon, Martim Moniz and Mouraria are two neighborhoods where Lisboetas go to shop for all things Chinese, from cookware to groceries, eat food from
The OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA 2022) shows Portuguese 15-year-olds scoring around the OECD average in math, reading, and science — but well above average for various aspects of well-being and happiness.
Before he resigned as prime minister amid a corruption scandal in November, Antonio Costa said Portugal’s non-habitual resident tax regime — which offers foreign residents a lucrative flat 20% tax on
The most popular girl’s name in Portugal remains Maria, and it’s again Francisco for boys.
A brainstorming session during the pandemic led to the creation of an artist collective and residency program in Portugal’s countryside, with a serious footprint in Lisbon.