Where city dwellers will find a home, Porto strikes the perfect balance between tradition and contemporary flair. One minute you could be admiring the city’s oldest museum and enjoying lunch in an old-school tavern, the next, dining at alfresco cafes and wandering through alleyways lined with street art. When you buy property in Portugal’s second largest city, you benefit from the its great transport infrastructure, allowing ease of movement between Porto’s best loved attractions and hidden gems.

The highlights of buying property in Porto

Recognised as Portugal’s second city, Porto is a cultural mecca, being one of the oldest urban centres in Europe, as well as Portugal’s namesake. 

Situated on the northern coast of Portugal, Porto’s climate benefits from mild winters and pleasantly sunny summers. 

Porto boasts an extensive public transportation system. The best way to get around the city is using the metro, by tram or on foot since the city is extremely well connected.

Rugged and charming, Porto offers a fantastic cultural hub filled with an array of things to do. From port wine tastings to live music and art museums, you’re never more than a stroll away from the best that the city has to offer.

The Non-Habitual Residency (NHR) regime offers foreign residents and investors reduced tax rates for 10 years. There are a number of requirements that need to be met, but you could be eligible to receive qualifying income tax free.

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