Portugal Medical Tourism
Portugal Medical Tourism has medical equipment at the cutting edge of technology and highly qualified staff at competitive rates
Portugal is a European country. On the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and south, by Spain to the north and east.
It´s important to note that Portugal is a developed country and has one of the highest quality of life standards in the world.
Portugal Medical Tourism Fame
It's medical facilities offer cutting edge technology and highly qualified doctors, dentists, cosmetic surgeons and healthcare staff. You can get western European treatment standards at rates that are lower than most other European medical travel destinations.
This peaceful and globalized country is a wonderful option for medical care. State of the art facilities and it´s worldwide fame as a must-see tourist destination are the perfect combination for your health needs.
Portuguese is the official language. Mirandese is also recognized as a co-official regional language in the north-east. It retains fewer than 5,000 speakers in Portugal.
Portugal has a warm and sunny climate, with mild winters. Summer temperatures can top 30°C-47ºC. In the northwest weather is milder and damper. Every year 2000mm of rain can fall.
Portugal’s high season runs from mid-June to mid-September, when temperatures across the country average around 27°C.
During winter (November to March) the rains arrive, falling most heavily in the north and most lightly in the south.
Since January 2002 Portugal has used the euro.
Airlines Servicing this Destination
Euro Atlantic Airways
PGA Portugalia Airlines
TAP Air Portugal
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
SAS Scandinavian Airlines
Country Code: +351
International Call Prefix: 00
Emergency Telephone Numbers
National Emergency Number: 112
PT – Portugal Telecom: 118 (National Directory Enquiries)
Cruz Vermelha Portuguesa / Portuguese Red Cross: 21 391 39 33
21 940 49 90 (Emergency)
21 771 40 00 (Hospital)
CTT- Post Office: 707 26 26 26