Things to know about the Portuguese Republic

Portugal Flag Portugal officially called the Portuguese Republic. It is a country located mostly in southwestern Europe. Portugal is the state of mainland Europe. It has bordered to the north and east by Spain, to the west and south by the Atlantic Ocean. Albufeira, Aveiro, Braga, Coimbra, Faro, Lisbon are the famous cities of the country.

Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa is the president of the country. Antonia costa is the prime minister of the country. Euro used as currency and capital of the state is Lisbon. According to the estimate of 2019, the total population of Portugal is 10,254,000. The total area of the country is 92,226 sq km.


Portugal is the warmest region of the European nation. Portugal, midpoints yearly temperature faces are about 15°C in the north and 18°C in the south. Spring and summer months are typically bright, and temperature most extreme are exceptionally high during July and August. Somewhere its ranges go up to 35°C in the inside of the nation. Winter and autumn are commonly breezy and blustery.


Portuguese is the official language of Portugal. Portuguese is one of the significant words and ranked on the sixth number in the world. It is the language with the most considerable amount of speakers in South America. Portuguese is one of a Romance Language. English also spoke by many tourists area.

Tourist Attractions

Portugal’s charm is most famous for the wilderness of the Azores islands, the golden beaches of the Algarve, the cobbled streets of Lisbon and Porto, the vineyards of Douro Valley, where traditional culture meets cosmopolitan restaurants and bars.

Lisbon Settled among seven slopes. This tremendously walkable city offers an alternative option for many capitals; Tourists enjoy an energetic nightlife scene, lively exhibition halls, and festive markets. Lisbon gives a lot of choices to consume off a couple of obligatory glasses of Porto, a liberal serving of bacalhau, and days of pastéis de Nata.

Albufeira has lots of beaches; It has different types of beaches to choose from, Albufeira delights them all. The essential points here are the coast in Portugal’s southern Algarve region; vantage point showcases sparkling, breathtaking multi-hued cliffs, white houses with Moorish flair, and old fortress remnants.

After Lisbon, Porto, The old town is the second-largest metropolis in Portugal. Another name of Porto is Oporto. It has a significant industrial appearance. It centred at Ribeira. The local port