Whether driving a car, riding a bike or using public transport, you’ll need to get around the towns and countryside of Portugal. Here’s the information you need regarding the legalities and practicalities of doing just that.
Portugal has a good infrastructure of road, rail and air transport, although it remains relatively isolated compared with other western European countries with few rail or bus routes going outside of the country.
How to make sure you stay on the right side of the law when you’re driving in Portugal.
Find out about bringing a vehicle into the country, with information about import taxes and duties.
All about air, rail, road and water transportation options into, around and out of Portugal.
Is your foreign licence valid in Portugal? Find out if you’re legal to drive and if you can exchange your licence.
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