Frequent question: Can I buy alcohol in Portugal?

In Portugal, it’s not hard to find alcohol as you can buy it pretty much anywhere – in restaurants, bars, supermarkets, etc.

Where can I buy liquor in Portugal?

liquor store Lisbon, Portugal

  • Whisky & Co. 0.7 mi. $$$ Beer, Wine & Spirits. …
  • A Ginjinha. 1.6 mi. $ Beer, Wine & Spirits. …
  • Napoleão. 0.4 mi. Souvenir Shops, Beer, Wine & Spirits, Wineries. …
  • Empor Spirits & Wine – Garrafeira. 0.6 mi. …
  • Garrafeira Nacional. 1.8 mi. …
  • Namaste. 0.9 mi. …
  • Garrafeira Nacional. 2.0 mi. …
  • Loja Açores. 0.5 mi.

Do they check ID in Portugal?

By law, you have to carry photo ID when in Portugal but won’t want to risk losing your precious passport so leave that in your hotel safe and keep a photocopy with you or carry some form of photographic ID like a driving licence.

Is Portugal a dry country?

Despite not being on the Mediterranean, Portugal has what is termed a Mediterranean climate: warm (sometimes very hot), dry and sunny summers and cooler, wetter winters. … Surprisingly, perhaps, Portugal’s record high of 47.4C (117.3F) is the second highest in Europe, beaten only by Greece.

Can you drink alcohol on the street in Portugal?

Since 2015, you cannot drink alcoholic drinks in public between 2 am and 8 am, excluding certain specific areas and events (eg music festivals). Outside that period of time, you still cannot drink in public if you are a minor or are visibly inebriated.

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Is alcohol cheap in Portugal?

A bottle of mid-range wine costs around 2.00 EUR to 5.00 EUR at the store (locals usually enjoy cheaper ones – for about 1.50 EUR). And the average price of local brand liquor at the market is about 13.00 EUR.

Can I travel to Portugal with my ID card?

EU nationals: When travelling from one border-free Schengen country to another by car, you are not required to show a passport or national ID card. However, transport providers like airlines, train operators and ferry companies will require you to show your passport or ID card to prove your identity.

What do they drink in Portugal?

10 Typical Drinks from Portugal

  • VINHO VERDE. While including wine on this list would be way too obvious, vinho verde is a different story. …
  • GINJA. …
  • Licor Beirão. …
  • Porto Tonic. …
  • Madeira Wine. …
  • Poncha. …
  • Aguardente de Medronho. …
  • Licor de Amêndoa Amarga.

Does it get cold in Portugal?

The depth of winter in Portugal can be unpleasantly cold. … Temperatures at night can get down to 2 degrees C (36 degrees F). Making up for this, though, are mild daytime temperatures that can climb as high as 20 degrees C (68 degrees F).

What is the best month to go to Portugal?

The best time to visit Portugal is in spring (March-May), when the country is in bloom and waking after the winter. You could also go in fall (between September and October) when the sun is still shining, the weather is warm, and many of the crowds have dispersed.

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