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  1. All About Portugal
    Accessibility in Portugal
    While planning your trip, you will be able to find information and advice here about access, assistance and accessible transport during your journey and stay in Portugal. Before you travel, we suggest you obtain detailed information about the (...)

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    About Portugal
    With its mild climate, 3000 hours of sunshine per year and 850 kms of splendid beaches bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, Portugal is the perfect holiday destination all year round.This is a country that has the oldest borders in Europe, with an (...)

  3. All About Portugal
    By car
    Portugal has a good road network composed of Motorways (AE), Main Trunk Routes (IP), Complementary Trunk Routes (IC), Main (National) Roads (EN) and Secondary (Municipal) Roads.There are two types of motorways:– the traditional motorways with toll (...)

  4. All About Portugal
    Portugal has a good road network made up of motorways (Autoestradas – AE), main routes (Itinerários Principais - IP), complementary roads (Itinerários Complementares - IC), national roads (Estradas nacionais - EN) and municipal roads (Estradas (...)

  5. All About Portugal
    Vehicles drive on the right in Portugal. Unless otherwise indicated, vehicles coming from the right have priority in squares and at intersections. At junctions with roundabouts, vehicles already on the roundabout have right of way.Road signs comply (...)

  6. All About Portugal
    Hotel AccommodationThe vast supply of hotel establishments available all around the country provides tourists with accommodation, either with or without the provision of meals and other accessory services, according to the following (...)

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    Entry of pets
    Entry into Portugal of cats and dogs from other EU Member StatesIt is necessary to present a passport issued by a vet who has been accredited by the respective competent authority, which must: - contain indication of the owner’s name and address;- (...)

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    Tax free - VAT Reimbursement
    Visitors to Portugal who are not resident in any of the European Union member states can be reimbursed for the VAT (Value Added Tax) paid on purchases that they have made in Portugal and are being transported in their personal luggage. Only private (...)

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    Entry formalities
    Citizens of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland need only an identity card to enter Portugal.In addition to their identity card, minors must also present authorisation from their parents to travel.For visits of less (...)

  10. All About Portugal
    AirPortugal’s excellent geographical position makes it a stopover point for many foreign airlines at airports all over the country:Lisbon - Portela Airport - Phone: 218 413 500 Oporto - Dr. Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport - Phone: 229 432 400Faro (...)


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