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Making Friends and Building a Networking in Portugal

Making friends and building a community is an important part of adapting to a new place, and Portugal is no exception.

As an expatriate, digital nomad or a new resident in Portugal, you may feel overwhelmed or lonely at first. However, with a little effort and patience, you can quickly make connections and create a supportive network of friends.

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The first step to growth your network in Portugal is to put yourself out there.

Take advantage of opportunities to meet new people, such as volunteering for local organizations, attending cultural events, or joining social clubs or sports teams.

Portugal is known for its relaxed, friendly, and welcoming culture, so don’t be afraid to strike up a conversation with someone new.

  • Another great way to meet people is to join a language exchange group or take Portuguese classes. This is a great opportunity to practice your language skills while getting to know local people and learning more about Portuguese culture.
  • Take advantage of online resources, such as social media, forums, and online communities dedicated to expatriates in Portugal. These platforms can provide valuable information, support, and a sense of connection with others who are also adjusting to life in a new place.
  • Additionally, volunteering for local charities or participating in community events is another way to make friends and build a sense of community. Portugal has a rich history and a vibrant cultural scene, so there are plenty of opportunities to get involved and meet new people.
  • For business opportunities, Easy Relocate works with Build Up LaBs. An incubator that aims to support and immerse you in the heart of Portuguese entrepreneurship by providing you with advice and contacts. By joining this incubator, you will be directly immersed in the network of young Portuguese entrepreneurs.

Finally, consider reaching out to organizations, such as the French Club or the British Club, for expatriates in Portugal.

These organizations often host events, social gatherings, and cultural activities, which provide a great opportunity to meet other expatriates and form new relationships.

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In conclusion,

making friends and building a community in Portugal requires effort and patience, but it is well worth the investment.

Whether you are an expatriate or a new resident, you will find that the Portuguese people are warm and welcoming, and that there are many opportunities to meet new people, learn about the local culture, and build a supportive network of friends.

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