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Portugal, one of the easiest countries to build friendships.

The Portuguese people themselves are kind, well-mannered, inclusive and compassionate, and will do everything to help you. Portugal is also one of the safest countries in the world to live in. You will find it is easy to make new acquaintances, as people are trusting and understand the importance of feeling welcome and supported in a new country.

While it is not essential to learn the Portuguese language to live here, it does help you understand the country, and better experience on how kind and gentle people are.

The friendliness of Portugal has been measured! A survey has been conducted by InterNations, an online community that brings together foreign residents across five continents and this year received the response of 18,000 people of 178 nationalities living in 187 countries or territories of one country. Portugal ranked tenth when it comes to countries where it is easier to meet new people and create friendships! Nearly two-thirds of expatriates (64%) find it easy to make local friends in the country (up from 45% globally) and 75% say making new friends overall is easy (up from 57% of global data).

You will also find quite early on, that Portugal is a country that offers many different possibilities for the most varied interests and hobbies! You can join groups and classes for walks and trekking, surf and paddle board classes, tile painting, book readings, and cultural walks around every city. If you are a foodie, there are endless options to join like-minded people in tours to discover more about wine or sweets or learn how to cook one of the typical Portuguese dishes you are bound to fall in love with. There is something for everyone!


Move to Portugal, knowing you will always have great friends here!

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