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Cost of Living in Lisbon: The Breakdown

Lisbon's cost of living has risen in the past few years, particularly when it comes to rental costs. More and more property owners are now renting their properties short-term through sites like Airbnb instead...
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The Best Co-Working Spaces in Porto

Porto is fast becoming a hub for startups, digital nomads, remote workers, and all other types of freelancers, and there are some seriously great co-working spaces in the city centre and in nearby Matosinhos.Although Porto is...
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The Hipster Guide to The Algarve

Traditionally, the Algarve stirs up connotations of coastal resorts, orange-growing farms, and Northern European expats. Although there have always been a few trendy restaurants, bars, and hotels, the Algarve has never really been cool...
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The Hipster Guide to Porto

Everyone goes to Lisbon. It's the capital, it's bigger, and that's where the majority of the flights go to. Well, not everyone. Hipsters, of course, go to Portugal's second city: Porto.Porto is an equally,...
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9 Lisbon Markets You Have to Visit

From fruit and vegetable markets to craft markets to flea markets, Lisbon really does have some great markets. So, whether you're looking to pick up some fish for dinner, a handmade gift for someone's birthday,...
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The Gay Travel Guide to Lisbon

Portugal, and particularly Lisbon, has always been a fairly gay-friendly destination, but it's rarely featured as one of the "must visit" destinations. All that has begun to change, however, particularly since Portugal hosted the...