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Whether you’re visiting Portugal for a weekend or moving there for good, 'Money Saving Tips for Travel in Portugal – Unlock the Secrets to Getting Great Value for Money' gives you practical advice for maximising your travel funds, whatever your budget.

British expat and award-winning blogger Julie Dawn Fox is your 'outsider on the inside', sharing tips collected during her ten years of living and travelling in Portugal. Updated in February 2017, this practical Portugal travel guide helps you travel smart by:
•showing you how and where to find discounts of up to 70% on accommodation, restaurants and attractions
•helping you avoid that nasty ‘just been ripped-off’ feeling by sharing local customs
•explaining the most cost-effective ways of getting to and from the airport
•telling you how you can save up to 50% on public transport
•giving you information about relevant local and national discount cards
With the money you save by getting the best ‘bang for your buck’, you can treat yourself to something extra special or maybe even extend your stay.
This insider's guide also gives practical information about getting to and from major airports in Portugal, public transport and tourist card.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2461 KB
  • Print Length: 35 pages
  • Publisher: Julie Dawn Fox; 2 edition (19 Jan. 2015)
  • Sold by:  Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SH6AGC6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

We learned some of this the hard way

 on 24 January 2015
By swazijohn
A very easy to digest guide that really does help you find your feet (and save money) quickly when travelling in Portugal, or for those who live here as we now do. It will save you the purchase price many times over.

One very useful guide…

 on 16 February 2015
By Keith Rickaby
There were quite a few tips in here that we didn’t know about on our first visit to Portugal. Others we picked up along the way and the rest will be used on the next visits as we explore more of this fascinating country. The plans are already being made…

An insiders guide for outsiders

 on 17 February 2015
By B Hehir
This is an invaluable book of tips for anyone new to Portugal. Actually it’s useful for frequent visitors also if, for example, you want to travel cheaply by public transport to it’s many and varied historical and tourist sites.Julie seems to have gotten to know the country well and is very familiar with it, but she hasn’t forgotten to include the information that tourists need and appreciate.

This booklet is all you need.

 on 28 January 2015
By mmr
A short pleasantly written guide bursting with practical tips, which will certainly help the uninitiated visitor. My only concern? Too many may decide to come to Portugal.

Essential reading for Portugal

 on 10 February 2015
By Andy Westcott
A really excellent and useful guide by Julie Dawn Fox. Informative and well written. We have found it to be an essential guide when planning our traveling in Portugal, the perfect companion to the “Lonley Planet”.

Excellent read.

 on 24 January 2015
By dave
Superb introduction to travel in portugal with plenty opportunity to save substantial amounts of money and also make your life easier. Highly recommended.

Read Before You Go!

 on 7 April 2015
By Craig Korthase
Common sense and personal experience are thoughtfully shared in this quick-read guide. The section on public transportation is especially helpful as this is the main and most cost-effective way to get around major cities and one would have to research half a dozen sites to uncover the same information. She encourages travelers to use trains and buses for longer-haul trips, such as between Porto and Lisbon, which is really the best way to go. Tips about museums being free on Sundays, needing to pay for what you consume of the couvert that appears unbeckoned on your table and the great deals in the ‘prato do dia’ will save visitors a lot of money. With Julie’s insights and experiences in Portugal, I’d love to see her expand this book and include sections dedicated to some major cities, as that’s where the savings tips can differ and make an additional impact on the budget. We use her blog all the time, where even more info is available.

Common Sense Frugality

 on 25 January 2015
By Frank Teixeira
Being a frequent traveler to Portugal, I was surprised to find info on saving money for things such as hotels, public transport and food for which I was perfectly happy to pay for in the past.

Fantastic and really useful

 on 4 April 2015
By Amazon Customer
I have read this book from cover to cover, brilliant! It’s full of really useful information. It has also got plenty of useful links you can follow to help you to understand more of the legalities,money, etc.

Really useful book

 on 14 June 2015
By Miss N Anderson
A very useful little book that provides realistic suggestions that are obviously based on real-life experience. Recommended reading for anyone considering a holiday in Portugal especially with a family.
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