We have been implementing Erasmus+ projects in Portugal for many years. We guarantee our clients the best work places for project implementation, as well as accommodation and catering and diverse cultural program. We are responsible for the entire logistics of a given project.
After many years of living in this country, we are seeing a continuous increase in food and real estate prices. Unfortunately, it is inadequate to earnings. The minimum salary of around 600€ has increased around 150€ in 10 years.
The starting point for MA Projects cooperation with foreign partners (including MBC Portugal) was our need to find a partner organization to implement Erasmus+ and POWER projects with.
How real is it in Portugal nowadays... Unfortunately, the climate is changing all over the world, here too. It is a fact that the Sun is not missing neither in winter nor in summer, but the difference of temperatures is even worse.
Lisbon, the westernmost European capital, is located on the seven hills at the mouth of the Tagus River. This makes that the capital of Portugal has a unique character and is very picturesque.
It's February 2021. One year after consecutive (now 11) states of emergency have been imposed. It is mainly about staying at home, but there are also absurd situations, such as closing beaches or banning people from sitting on benches in public places...
As a company, I have met with Erasmus programs on various levels. We have sometimes organized study trips as well as incentive trips for adults. There were also trainings and conferences...
Julian's Diet - is a tribute to the Portuguese Mediterranean diet, ancient knowledge, kitchen secrets, people working in the countryside and those who prepare and serve authentic meals, seasoned with our history and our essence to bring our future to life.
The impressive coastline of a small country like Portugal makes a real impression - the continental part reaches a length of 830 km. Beaches created for surfing can be found almost anywhere...
Sometimes it happens that during travelling we don’t have enough time to see everything we would like. Below I would like to show you my proposal of places to see in Porto during one day.
Although Portugal is a small country, moving around is not the easiest. We have many options: buses, trains, barges/ferries, trams and of course cars (own, rented or shared). I will try to bring the subject closer to the interested.