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What’s on in Portugal

The Expats Portugal What’s On Calendar is now live. Stay up to date with all Expats Portugal and partner’s events – whether online or in-person.

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All Saints Day

All Saints’ Day is generally celebrated on 1st November as a commemoration day for all Christian saints. It may also be known as All Hallows' Day, Solemnity of All Saints, Hallowmas, or Feast of Saints.

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National Horse Fair

Golega Golegã

Witness the National Horse Fair in November in Golegã, a region where the equestrian tradition is deeply rooted. This is one of the country's most typical fairs, attracting thousands of

Restoration of Independence

This national holiday in Portugal is always celebrated on December 1st and marks the reinstatement of sovereignty after the period of Spanish rule between 1580 and 1640.

Immaculate Conception Day

On December 8th, many countries including Argentina, Austria, Chile, Colombia, Italy, Malta, Portugal and Spain celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception with a public holiday. It is a day that celebrates

Christmas Day

Whilst the holiday has a strong grounding in the story of the birth of Jesus, many of the traditions we associate with Christmas have evolved from pre-Christian beliefs and certainly,

New Year’s Day

New Year's Day was originally observed on March 15th in the old Roman Calendar. When January and February were added during one of the many attempts to clean up the

Good Friday

The most important events in Christianity are the death and later resurrection of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God, and whose life and teachings are the

Easter Sunday

Easter Sunday is the most important date in the Christian church. In the bible, it is the day when Mary Magdalene found that an empty tomb in the cave in

Freedom Day

Freedom Day on April 25th is a national holiday in Portugal, with official commemorations. It celebrates the 1974 Revolution that ended the dictatorship and started a democracy. It also commemorates

Labour Day

The first May Day celebrations focused on workers took place on May 1st 1890 after its proclamation by the first international congress of socialist parties in Europe on July 14th

Corpus Christi

The Feast of Corpus Christi ("Fronleichnam" in German) is a Catholic festival celebrated on the second Thursday after Whitsun. Corpus Christi means the Body of Christ and refers to the elements of the Eucharist

Portugal Day

Portugal Day, officially known as Dia de Camões, de Portugal e das Comunidades Portuguesas ('Day of Camões, Portugal, and the Portuguese Communities'), commemorates the death of Luís de Camões on

Assumption Day

The holiday is celebrated annually on August 15th. The Feast of the Assumption of Mary is a very important day in the Catholic religion - it is even called the 'Easter of

Republic Day

In Portugal it is known as "Implantation of the Republic". It commemorates the establishment of a republican form of government in 1910 when the monarchy, the House of Braganca, that

Good Friday

The most important events in Christianity are the death and later resurrection of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God, and whose life and teachings are the

Easter Sunday

Easter Sunday is the most important date in the Christian church. In the bible, it is the day when Mary Magdalene found that an empty tomb in the cave in

Corpus Christi

The Feast of Corpus Christi ("Fronleichnam" in German) is a Catholic festival celebrated on the second Thursday after Whitsun. Corpus Christi means the Body of Christ and refers to the elements of the Eucharist

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