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Prominent for its rich cuisine, wine and medieval architecture, Porto is an ideal destination for expatriates who are looking forward to work, study or retire in Portugal.

Thanks to its dynamic economy, Porto has attracted many local companies which provide professional opportunities to expatriates. If you are searching for quality living in a warm climate and welcoming environment, why not turn to Porto?

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Gail at Large

6 months ago

Gail at Large is a 15-year old blog with a focus on Portugal, Portuguese culture, expat life, and travel. Based in Porto since late 2013 and previously in Toronto and Vancouver, with expat stops in the USA, Scotland, and Australia.

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Conversations with Hank

4 years ago

conversationswithhank.com is a Micro -Sitcom about a family of three living in the north of Portugal: A midwestern American Artist, a Portuguese Scientist and a six year old. The site is in English with a peppering of (translated) Portuguese. Living in Portugal since 2010 this family will have you laughing your way through new conversations posted Monday-Friday. Popover and giggle your way through their expat experience!

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July’s blog of the month: The Fashion Matters

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July’s blog of the month: The Fashion Matters

Hadas first left her home country, Israel, to study fashion business in New York. Ever since, she has visited more than 25 countries and has lived as an expat in France and England where she pursued a Master’s degree and is currently planning to get married. Hadas is a genuinely creative person, whose passion for exploring the ...

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