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Briefing About Portugal

Briefing About Portugal

Portugal Gay Information - Lisbon Gay Tours

Portugal is one of the World's Most Ancient Countries, is the Country Lying Along the Atlantic Coast of the Iberian Peninsula in South Western Europe.

General Facts

Gay Marriage
Same-sex ( Gay ) Marriage is legal in Portugal since June 5th , 2010.

Country Name --- Portugal

Area --- 92,389 sq km (36,030 sq mi)

Population --- 10.5 million

Capital City --- Lisbon ( pop 530,000)

Time --- Local time is GMT ( GMT +1 from last Sunday in March to Saturday before last Sunday in October ).

Official Language --- Official language is Portuguese, but English and Spanish is generally spoken and understood.

Communications --- The international access code for Portugal is ( +351 ), there are no area or city codes required, also Portugal is well covered by three GSM mobile phone networks, Internet cafes are available in most towns and resorts.

Electricity --- Electrical current is 220 volts, 50Hz. Round two-pin plugs are used.

Safety Information --- In general, safety is not a problem in Portugal, but our days pick pocketing and petty theft in tourist areas is a rising incidence, reasonable care should be taken.

Driving --- Driving in Portugal sometimes is an adventure special in the big cities, so exercise caution and drive defensively when exploring in a rented car.

Tipping --- Service charges are not usually added to hotel and restaurant bills, otherwise it is customary to leave a 10% tip.

Currency --- Euro €

Religion --- 95% Roman Catholic, 5% Other Religions

Government --- Parliamentary Democrat

President --- Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa

Prime Minister --- Luis Montenegro

Economic Data of Portugal

Major Economic Sectors --- Industry, technology, finance, construction, tourism and agriculture

Main Products Produced --- Agro-livestock, grains, potatoes, tomatoes, olives, olive oil, grapes, sheep, cattle, goats, pigs, poultry, dairy products, fish.

Major Manufactured Products --- Textiles, clothing, footwear, wood, cork, paper, chemicals, auto parts, metals, dairy products, wine.

Major Exported Products --- Agricultural products, food products, oil products, chemicals, plastics and rubber, skins and leather, wood and cork, pulp and paper, textiles, clothing.

Major Economic Partners ( Export ) --- Spain, Germany, France, Angola

Major Economic Partners ( Import ) --- Spain, Germany, Italy, France

Geography of Portugal

Portugal is a coastal nation in south-western Europe, located at the western end of the Iberian Peninsula, bordering Spain ( on its northern and eastern frontiers: a total of 1,214 km (754 mi )).

Portuguese territory also includes a series of archipelagos in the Atlantic Ocean ( the Azores and Madeira ), which are strategic islands along western sea approaches to the Strait of Gibraltar and the Mediterranean Sea.

North: Spain (more specifically Galicia).
East : Spain (more specifically Castile and Leon, Extremadura and Andalusia).
South: Atlantic Ocean (Gulf of Cadiz in particular).
West: Atlantic Ocean.
Mainland Portugal is split in two by its main river, the Tagus.

Controversies between Portugal and Spain

Despite these definitions, Portugal's border with Spain remains an unresolved territorial dispute between the two countries.
Portugal does not recognize the border between Caia and Cuncos River deltas, since the beginning of the 1801 by the occupation of Olivenza by Spain.
This territory, Olivenza though under the Spanish occupation, is to Portugal a dispute, consequently no border is recognized in this area.

Location ---  Portugal is located on the Atlantic coast of this plateau, and crossed by several rivers which have their origin in Spain. Most of these rivers flow from east to west disgorging in the Atlantic; from north to south, the primary rivers are the Minho, Douro, Tagus ( Tejo ) and the Guadiana.

Size --- The continental shelf has an area of 28,000 km2 (11,000 sq mi), although its width is variable from 150 km in the north to 25 km in the south.

Sea / Ocean --- Its strong relief is marked by deep submarine canyons and the continuation of the main rivers, Portuguese government claims plus 200 Nautical Miles of exploitation, As a result of its maritime possessions and coastline, Portugal has the Third Largest Exclusive Economic Zone of the European Union countries (and eleventh in the world ).

Lakes --- No large natural lakes exist in Continental Portugal, where the largest inland water surfaces are dam-originated reservoirs, ( such as the Alqueva reservoir with 250 km2, the largest in Europe ).

Terrain --- Mountainous and hilly north of the Tagus River, rolling plains in south

Natural Resources --- Fish, forests ( cork ), tungsten, iron ore, uranium ore, marble, arable land, hydroelectric power.

Portuguese Flag

Portuguese Flag

5 Blue Shields
They symbolize the Five Moorish Kings defeated by D. Afonso Henriques in the battle of Ourique of July 25th  1139.

5  Small Blue Shields
The points in the corners represent the Five Wounds of Christ.
It is said that the Battle of Ourique, Jesus Christ crucified appeared to D. Afonso Henriques, and said:
" With this sign you will conquer "
Counting the wounds and sores from duplicating the edge of the medium makes the sum of 30, representing the 30 silver pieces Judas received for betraying Christ.

7 Castles
Symbolize the fortified cities D. Afonso Henriques conquered from the Moors.

Armillary Sphere
Represents the world that Portuguese Navigators Discovered in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and the people with whom they exchanged ideas and trade.

It symbolizes Hope.

It symbolizes the Courage and Blood of the Portuguese Killed in Combat.

The flag of Portugal is officially called the National Flag.
There are also other names by which known:

Flag of Quinas
Red-green Flag

Authors of the Republican Flag:

Columbano Bordallo Pinheiro
Joao Chagas  Abel Botelho

Portugal Travel Questions

Portugal Gay Travel Questions

Our Goal is to offer the best LGBTQ+Tourism Services at the Best Price.

Q : When we get to Lisbon Airport or Lisbon harbor, will Lisbon Gay Tours waiting for us?
Yes. Our staff will be waiting for you to welcome you and take you to the hotel you be staying at or straight to a Tour.

Q : I´m not gay but I´m interested in traveling with you, Is that possible?
Of course, Lisbon Gay Tours is specialized in tourism for People, if you are not Gay you are a Person, we do Tours for persons, be Gay or Not it doesn’t matter, we all are Gay in the company but outside nobody have to know what we are.

Q : What happens if the flight is delayed? Will the transfer wait for me or not ?
We will wait for you, no doubt at all.

Q : Do the Tours include a gay guide that speaks other languages ?
Yes the Tours include Driver/Guides who, at least, speak English, Spanish and Portuguese. For other languages you have to pay a extra for a guide.

Q : How can I get in touch with you ?
Use our E-mail ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ), Phone (+ 351 964 559 634 ) or our contact form and we will reply in 24hurs, if not ? please sent a email to SOS email ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).

Q : How can I pay ?
You can pay cahs to the driver/guide

Q : Can I use my credit card to pay for my trips ?
Sorry no, we just accept cash or bank Transfers.

Q : Can I arrange my own personalized gay package, choosing the services I want plus some suggested hotels ?
Yes you can, is your Holidays and must be perfect for your pleasure.

Q : I wish a hotel in Lisbon or Around Lisbon ?
Just ask we will recommend minimum 4 Hotels.

Q : If I choose a Tour all over Portugal, do you do it ?
Yes we also offer optional packages to travel all around Portugal and Spain.

Q : I still have some doubts.
Please do not hesitate to ask. 

 Common questions - Groups - International Tours

Can prices change?

The prices on this website were calculated based on the tariffs and exchange rates in force at the time. Any change in exchange rates or fuel costs, port fees, airport fees, fuel, as well as transport costs of any nature, may be subject to adjustment.

I have made a reservation, can I cancel it? What are the cancellation costs?

Withdrawals are subject to the following penalties, as stipulated:

(1) Up to 21 days before: the deposit amount;

(2) From 20 to 8 days before: 50% of the trip cost;

(3) Less than 8 days before: 100% of the trip cost

These conditions may vary according to what is stipulated by the operator. You should always reconfirm with the agency or request clarification. Please note that there are non-refundable rates and cancellations are not permitted.

What are the rules for transporting liquids?

 You are only allowed to carry small amounts of liquids in your hand luggage. These liquids must be in individual packaging with a maximum capacity of 100 ml each. These packages must be placed in a transparent plastic bag, with a hermetic seal, with a maximum capacity of one liter per passenger.

What are the rules at the airport at the moment?

To facilitate the detection of liquids, you must:

         Present all liquids transported at the time of security control and x-ray, for verification.

        Take off your coat and/or overcoat. These will be checked separately as you undergo the x-ray.

        Remove laptops and other electrical devices from your carry-on luggage. These will be checked separately as you undergo the x-ray.

        Liquids are considered:

        Water and other drinks, soups and syrups

        Creams, lotions and oils



        Gel, including hair and shower gel

        Contents of pressure packaging, including shaving foam, other foams and deodorants, Pastes, including toothpaste

        Solid liquid mixtures


        Any other substances of similar consistency

What documentation do I need to travel?

Minors, when traveling unaccompanied by their parents, or their representatives, must present authorization from their parents or the absentee, an authorization that requires notarization, mentioning the name and number of the respective identification document of the person responsible for the minor during the trip. The person traveling must obtain the necessary documentation to undertake the trip, including a valid passport with at least 6 months of validity after the date of visiting the last country on the itinerary, respective visas when necessary and comply with the health formalities in force in the countries to visit. Citizens of other countries must verify the need for a visa at their respective consulates or embassies.

I will travel with a minor. What should I do?

National legislation, more precisely article 23 of D.L. 138/2006, of 26 July, stipulates that national minors, when not accompanied by someone exercising parental authority, can only leave national territory by displaying an authorization for that purpose. . In both cases, this authorization must be contained in a written document, dated and with the legally certified signature of the person exercising parental authority, also granting powers of monitoring by duly identified third parties.

What health care should I take into account?

Depending on the destination, it is advisable to take medication for any pain or fever, allergies or insect bites, among others.

If you take a specific medication, make sure you take enough of it, as it may not be available where you are visiting. If you need to purchase it on your trip, take the prescription and the part of the packaging that identifies the active substance, to facilitate substitution when the brand you use is not available. It is recommended that you have a prescription from your doctor in legible writing to legally prove that you need the medicine.


They are necessary for some countries, with the risk of infection being much higher in children and pregnant women. Vaccinations must be done some time in advance, as some require an initial dose followed by a booster. Some vaccines cannot be administered at the same time as others.

Before confirming your reservation, find out about the mandatory vaccinations for your travel destination:

Portugal Gay Marriage

Historical Curiosities: There are records of same-sex marriages dating back to the 1st century of the Roman Empire

Currently, the countries where Same-Sex Marriage is legal throughout their territory are:

The Netherlands was the First Country in the World to allow same-sex marriages, April 1, 2001

Portugal was the Eighth country in the world to carry out civil marriages between people of the same sex throughout its national territory since June 5, 2010.

The countries that currently fully allow same-sex marriage are:

South Africa …… 30 November 2006
Andorra …… 17 February 2023
Germany …… 20 June 2017
Argentina …… 22 July 2010
Australia …… 8 December 2017
Austria …… 1 January 2019
Belgium …… June 1, 2003
Brazil …… 14 May 2013
Canada …… 20 July 2005
Chile …… March 10, 2022
Colombia …… 28 April 2016
Costa Rica …… 8 August 2018
Cuba …… September 27, 2022
Denmark …… 15 June 2012
United States …… 26 June 2015
Spain …… 3 July 2005
Slovenia …… 4 October 2022
Ecuador …… 12 June 2019
Finland …… 28 November 2014
France …… 29 May 2013
Netherlands …… April 1, 2001
Iceland …… 27 June 2010
Ireland …… 23 May 2015
Luxembourg …… 18 June 2014
Malta …… 1 July 2017
Mexico …… October 26, 2022
Norway …… 1 January 2009
New Zealand …… 19 August 2013
Portugal …… 5 June 2010
Sweden …… 1 May 2009
Switzerland …… 26 September 2021
United Kingdom …… 17 July 2013
Taiwan …… 24 May 2019
Uruguay …… 5 August 2013

Countries That Allow Civil Unions But Do Not Allow Marriage

Croatia …… Cyprus …… Czech Republic …… Estonia …… Greece …… Hungary …… Israel …… Italy …… Liechtenstein …… Monaco …… Montenegro …… San Marino

Unfortunately, 72 countries where homosexuality is prohibited and considered a “crime” and worse, in 13th of them, with the Death Penalty, half of these countries are in Africa:

Afghanistan …… Saudi Arabia …… Algeria …… Antigua …… Barbuda …… Bangladesh …… Barbados …… Bhutan …… Brunei …… Burundi …… Cameroon …… Qatar …… Chad …… Singapore …… Comoros …… Dominica …… Egypt …… Eritrea …… Ethiopia …… Gambia …… Ghana …… Grenada …… Guinea …… Guyana …… Yemen …… Cook Islands …… Solomon Islands …… Iran …… Jamaica …… Kiribati …… Kuwait …… Lebanon …… Liberia …… Libya …… Malawi …… Malaysia …… Maldives …… Mauritania …… Mauritius …… Morocco …… Myanmar …… Namibia …… Nigeria …… Occupied Palestinian Territory (Gaza Strip) …… Oman …… Pakistan …… Papua New Guinea …… Kenya …… Saint Kitts and Nevis …… Saint Lucia …… Saint Vincent …… The Grenadines …… Samoa …… Senegal …… Sierra Leone …… Syria …… Somalia …… Sri Lanka …… Swaziland …… Sudan …… South Sudan …… Tanzania …… Togo …… Tonga …… Tunisia …… Turkmenistan …… Tuvalu …… Uganda …… Uzbekistan …… Zambia …… Zimbabwe

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