For over a decade, Martinhal has nurtured and supported talented Portuguese artists, providing them with a platform to showcase their work.
The 15-minute city concept is one in which residents can fulfil all of their daily necessities within a 15-minute walk or cycle from their home. Living, working, commerce, healthcare, education, and entertainment comprise the six essential functions according to the theory’s author, Carlos Moreno, a French-Colombian scientist.
Spurred on by the pandemic, more people are choosing to embrace a location-independent, technology-enabled lifestyle that allows them to travel and work remotely around the world
Having spent over four and a half years leading operations at Martinhal Cascais, Seema will take up the role of Resident Manager of Martinhal Residences
The Atlantic Hub has been active in Portugal for 5 years now and focuses on helping with the internationalisation of Brazilian companies
This playlist brings together some interesting webinars on what makes Portugal so attractive to live, work and invest
Mário Patrício, President of Park of Nations parish council talks about continued aspirations and priorities for the area
José Avillez talks about eating out in Lisbon and Cantinho do Avillez restaurant in Park of Nations
Your Portugal Golden Visa questions answered
Interview of Chitra Stern with Carl Munson from Expats Portugal Find out about the entrepreneurial journey of the Sterns in Portugal and about their new projects in Lisbon.
Martinhal Residences is the latest development in the trendy “Park of Nations” Lisbon, or “Expo” – called so because the World Expo in 1998 happened here. Construction is set to be completed by mid-2022 with more than 66% of units already sold to over 90 buyers from 20 nationalities around the world.
The Principe Real/ Chiado/ Baixa area is the trendiest tourism area in Lisbon – but residential living is a different matter. The Park of Nations (or Parque Expo/ Parque das Nações), on the other hand, is still in the heart of Lisbon but is perfect for empty-nesters who are seeking green and sporty living right by the river Tagus where they have easy access to city-life by walking everywhere and yet within easy car access to trendy touristic spots.
On Wednesday, 5 May at 3pm Lisbon/ WEST/ BST time join Chitra Stern (CEO of Martinhal Resorts & United Lisbon International School), Geoffrey Graham (Senior Partner EDGE Lawyers and Miguel Fontes (Executive Director StartUp Lisbon), moderated by Kitty Jones to discuss the different ways to move to Lisbon, the lifestyle, the start-up scene, business set up and the lowdown on international schools and healthcare in the city.
Knight Frank has highlighted how prime real-estate will fare in 20 major cities all over the world Lisbon came out as one of 4 cities
The government acted quickly and decisively, while many of its citizens have respected the government’s decision to shutdown Portugal’s response is suddenly being seen by