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Portugal is located in Western Europe and has a population of 10.7 million people. Portugal is an eclectic destination which until recently has been largely eclipsed as a tourist destination by its neighbours to the east. With medieval villages and castles scattered along the sun-kissed coastline, lush vineyards and bustling urban centres, Portugal is a wonderful destination. The official language is Portuguese, although English is widely spoken in business communities.

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Best time to travel

Portugal has a relatively warm climate with mild winters and short summers in the northwest, long winters and hot summers in the northeast, and warm summers in the south. The high season runs from mid-June to mid-September, and it can get quite hot in August. The spring is a great time to visit if you want to skip the crowds.

Money and costs

The national currency of Portugal is the Euro (EUR, symbol €). Find up-to-date exchange rates and conversion through a currency conversion tool.


Nationals from the USA, Canada, UK and Australia do not require tourist visas for stays of up to 90 days.

Getting there

The main airports for entry to Portugal are located in Lisbon, Faro and Porto. The national airline is TAP Air Portugal and flight times are approximately 2½ hours from London and 7 hours from New York.

Dialling codes

To call Portugal, the country dialling code is +351.

Useful links

Find more in-depth information on Portugal at:

Lonely Planet -​portugal

Portugal Embassy in the USA -

Portugal Embassy in the UK -

NHS health information on Portugal -​nhsengland/​healthcareportugal/​Pages/​healthcareportugal.aspx

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Page last updated: Friday, 2nd September 2011