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Why Porto for expats?

Ask experienced expats! An old, romantic city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Porto has experienced considerable regeneration in recent years, with a major uplift in business and tourism aided by an efficient public transportation system and low-cost airlines making the city more attractive and accessible to expats and visitors.

What is Porto known for?

The town that gave the country (and port wine) its very name, Porto is Portugal’s second-largest metropolis after Lisbon. Sometimes called Oporto, its an age-old city that has one foot firmly in the industrial present.

Who is the city councillor for Porto for talent?

Jobs and Skills in the Local Economy. Porto For Talent , Ricardo Valente, City Councillor for Economy, Tourism and Commerce and City Councillor for European Funds, City of Porto Jobs and Skills in the Local Econmomy.

What is the main outcome of the Cities Forum?

Following lively and fruitful discussion, the main outcome of this edition of CITIES Forum was that cities could be an inspiration when responding to the major current and future challenges. They are living labs for policy, innovation, creativity and progress.

Is it cheaper to live in Porto Portugal?

Cost of living in Porto. The cost of living in Porto is the second most expensive city in Portugal after Lisbon and has been on the increase in recent years. That means it’s slightly cheaper to live in Porto than in Lisbon. The average salary in Porto is about €800 per month (after taxes) which generally means most people live on a tight budget.

Is there an expat community in Porto Portugal?

Porto expat community There are a host of Porto expat communities on Facebook where they share their experiences of what it’s like to live in Porto and give tips on various important topics for expats moving to Porto. You can join this group to learn from them or connect with other expats in Porto.

Why living in Porto is all the fashion?

Here are the other reasons why living in Porto is all the fashion. Porto was European Culture Capital in 2001, which set the tone for a rise in cultural offer. Today, many years later, Porto breathes culture. The ‘classics’ of Porto culture such as the Casa da Música, the Serralves Museum and the Coliseum have events on all the time.

What to do in Porto?

Today, many years later, Porto breathes culture. The ‘classics’ of Porto culture such as the Casa da Música, the Serralves Museum and the Coliseum have events on all the time. But you can also visit the galleries in Miguel Bombarda Street, the café-concerts, plays, festivals and a myriad of events for all tastes.

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