Simple Map of Portugal

Portugal is one of he Schengen countries. Therefore as a visitor you are welcomed for no more than 3 months at a time, according th e US State Department. Both Portugal and Denmark made the final cut. Both are Schengen. So I will need a third place to visit, outside of Schengen, that allows me to vacation in Western Europe, in the countries of most interest to me, as a tourist for up to and beyond 3 months. This is a look at what countries currently are part of the Schengen community.

Getting Around Portugal.

From the US State Department:
"PORTUGAL - (Includes travel to the Azores and Madeira Islands.) *Passport required. Visa not required for visit up to 90 days. (**90-day period begins when entering Schengen countries). For travel with pets and other information, consult the Embassy of Portugal, 2310 Tracy Place, NW, Washington, DC 20008 (202/332-3007) or the nearest Consulate: CA (415/346-3400), MA (617/536-8740 and 508/997-6151), NJ (973/643-4200), NY (212/221-3165), or RI (401/272-2003). Internet: www.portugalemb.org "

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