We’re back on the blog! Sorry about our absence. But our world the last two weeks have been very hectic & exhausting but fantastic. Exhausting because we have been drowning in work finishing our guest kitchen, re-decorating rooms, making our garden ready for the season and taking care of our guests – we have been fully booked 🙂 [caption id="attachment_39209" align="alignright" width="359"] Dinner in our garden for 42 people with Cozinha Urbana’s BBQ followed by DJ and dancing in the lounge worked fantastic..[/caption] The biggest project was our friends 25th Wedding Anniversary which they celebrated here at Tings with 42 friends. The first time in many years that we have been surrounded by so many friends for almost a week. So there has been a lot of catching up and as always a lot af talk about our – in many people’ eyes – radical decision of leaving our comfortable life in Copenhagen which have inspired us to this post.
Lisbon can be a very affordable city, but due to its popularity, prices have been increasing. In fact, Lisboa can now be more expensive for tourists than Madrid, Budapest, and Athens. Living in Lisbon as an expat is not as affordable as it once was. However, that depends on how travel or life savvy you are. If you do your research, you can still enjoy great value in Lisbon. Let me give you an idea of how much things cost in Lisbon: Check out Blanca Valbuenas’ guide here: Lisbon Prices: A guide to how much you’ll pay for things in Lisbon
NOTE: Prices and fees on Blanca\Valbuena may need an update – depending on the time you read them, And all information may not be 100% accurate. Like prices for Legal services where the fees may be correct BUT some of them are unnecessary. Like NIF for an NRH residency – this takes you 30 minutes to register online and cost you nothing.]]>
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