December 30, 2022
December 30, 2022

New Year is the time that gives you a chance to look back upon the things that you have missed taking chances and gives you an opportunity to be better than before. So, in a simple word, the main exciting thing about New Year is New year resolution. Also, it’s all about celebration and visiting. So, visiting Portugal to enjoy New Year can be the ace kick-start to the brand new day of the year. You will see Portugal better than ever on this day. So, you can mark your calendar to visit Portugal and celebrate the most amusing New Year in Portugal.

The cities of Portugal is fully ready and excited to welcome the new day for New Year with different events and parties. If you’re in one of the cities of Portugal and you want to greet everyone with their language and wondering how to say happy new year in Portugal, say the words ‘feliz Ano Novo’ which is happy New Year in Portuguese and you’ll get back the same with a warm smile which means happy new year to you too in English. The fun and celebration are at its peak and is worth watching during Portugal New Years Eve in the cities.

New Year of Portugal is as refreshing as the cool breeze on the coast. However, the temperature of inline is better than on the coast. The overall temperature of Portugal can be predicted from Lisbon which is in an average of 15°c in December. However, the temperature drops down in the evening so make sure to stay warm. You will see the streets of Portugal all lighted up in decorative lights, hustle, and bustle of people to buy presents for their near and dear ones. There is no need for you to set a reminder for New Year’s Eve because the atmospheric air of Portugal filled with good vibes of it is itself a reminder.

Happy New Year 2023 !

Atlanticorp Venture Capital FUnd

VGlobal Partners Vietnam, Member of Vglobal Capital

December 29, 2022

Portugal is perhaps best known for having plenty of sun-soaked days and its stunning collection of beaches in places like the Algarve.

There is something magical about the simple pleasure of walking across Portuguese houses decorated with azulejos. And in their culinary, some plates will make you look forward to lunch the moment that you’ve finished breakfast.

From the buzzy cities of Lisbon and Porto to the hilly oasis of the Douro Valley, Portugal is crammed full of gastronomical delights wherever you turn. Portugal is brimming with gastronomical delights. To get your tastebuds tingling, here are three reasons why you should plan plenty of time for your meals on your next holiday.

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December 28, 2022

Atlanticorp, a Venture Capital Fund, regulated by Portuguese Securities Market Commission (CMVM), is investing in Real Estate projects, mostly Hotels, Condo-Hotels and high-quality Residences in prime locations.

December 27, 2022

Residence permit holder is implicitly entitled to:

  • Family reunification
  • Education and study
  • Undertaking remunerated employment
  • Pursuing activities as a self-employed Professional
  • Professional guidance, training, improvement and redeveloping
  • Health care
  • Access to the law and justice

* Extract from SEF ‘Official Portugal Government web site

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December 24, 2022

I am proud to have contributed since 1993 to fulfill the dream of more than 10,000 families as an Accredited Intermediary of renowned institutions.  To all of you, I wish you a happy Christmas and Never give up your Dreams …

Michel Verdy


VGlobal Partners, VGlobal Partners Vietnam

Chairman of Vglobal Capital

December 23, 2022
December 23, 2022

Christmas is the most celebrated holiday in Portugal, one that has become more cultural than religious. Christmas traditions in Portugal have been for many decades set in stone and passed on, while in recent years, many have had to adapt some for convenience and affordability.

The Portuguese celebrate Christmas on December 24 and 25, with Christmas eve being the main celebration. On January 6, another celebration is quite common to bring about the end of the Christmas season. Let’s take a look at the Christmas traditions in Portugal!

Christmas Eve in Portugal

While in other countries Christmas day is the most important celebration, this isn’t the case in Portugal. Christmas eve on December 24th is the main day of celebration. Families get together to enjoy dinner and celebrate until late.

Gatherings tend to start between 6 and 7 pm. While dinner is only served later, between 8 and 9 pm, for a few hours, families enjoy their time together, drinking wine and enjoying some starters.

For Christmas eve dinner in Portugal, the star of the show tends to be bacalhau or salted cod. During the “Consoada” Portuguese families tend to enjoy cod baked in the oven with potatoes, boiled egg, and cabbage. Cod is usually also served as a starter ingredient in pasteis de bacalhau, battered codfish fritters.

Some families enjoy cod as a main dish in another dish. The Portuguese say that there are 1001 ways to cook cod. Another Christmas eve dish with this ingredient is Bacalhau a Gomes de Sa, where the cod is cooked with potatoes, onions, and layered with a hard-boiled egg.

However, the price of cod has been increasing exponentially, where today most cannot afford a whole cod. Therefore, many will opt for another Christmas eve dinner that is more affordable.

Any left over cod is put away for the next day and made into “roupa velha”, translated into “old clothes”. This is a mix of cod, potatoes, Portuguese cabbage, and boiled egg that is delicious.

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Presents are traditionally open at midnight. Even small kids will often stay awake until this time to open presents. There is often a delegated Christmas present giver that will stand by the Christmas tree and give out everyone’s presents.

However, for the more religious, midnight is for the Missa do Galo. This is a mass celebrated on Christmas eve that starts at midnight. Catholics head to their local church for this important mass. They will later open presents or do so beforehand.

Families will then spend time together for a few more hours after opening presents and then head to their respective homes. Christmas eve can actually end pretty late for many families, at like 1 or 2 am.

Merry Christmas

Atlanticorp Venture Capital Fund & VGlobal Partners Vietnam, Marketing Agent of Atlanticorp in Vietnam



December 22, 2022
December 22, 2022

Talking about celebrating Christmas in Portugal, then be assured that it will be the best time of your life. You will experience a lot here and the entire country gets drenched in the festive mood. Every corner of the country gets lit up and the beauty of the city gets doubled. A lot of many shows are organized along with Santa giving people gifts at certain places. If you are planning your trip anywhere in December, make sure you meet the festival of Christmas in Portugal.

Merry Christmas

Atlanticorp Venture Capital Fund & VGlobal Partners Vietnam, Marketing Agent of Atlanticorp in Vietnam

December 21, 2022
December 21, 2022

Porto in Christmas becomes a very interesting getaway: on top of the city’s highlights that make it special the whole year (medieval walls, gleaming Baroque churches, and picturesque viewpoints), the city is bustling with a festive spirit, Christmas markets and a fair amount of illuminated buildings in the downtown area.

Merry Christmas

Atlanticorp Venture Capital Fund & VGlobal Partners Vietnam, Marketing Agent of Atlanticorp in Vietnam

December 20, 2022
December 20, 2022
  • Visit decorated places like Praca do Comercio, Arco da Rua Augusta, and more
  • Get spellbound by the charming holiday atmosphere in the picturesque streets
  • Explore the oldest Christmas markets and try some authentic handmade products
  • Hear interesting the stories of the myths and legends from your guide

Get into the Christmas spirit by taking a tour through the beautiful city of Lisbon on a tuk-tuk. You will see the iconic Praca do Comercio, Arco da Rua Augusta, and more.

Ride through the beautifully decorated Avenida Liberdade and explore the popular Christmas tree at the Praca do Comercio. Your guide will tell you stories of the Christmas spells, and the Christmas legends of the city. 

Pass by the streets draped in Christmas lights, and feel spellbound by the magical atmosphere during the festive time. Along the way, you will also learn the history and culture of Lisbon.

Experience the stunning and realistic nativity scene of Lisbon. Fill your heart with joy and experience the magic of the city during the festive season.

Merry Christmas
Atlanticorp Venture Capital Fund & VGlobal Partners Vietnam, Marketing Agent of Atlanticorp in Vietnam