How many city does Portugal have?

There are currently over 151 cities in Portugal.

What is the name of a city in Portugal?

List

City Municipality District or autonomous region
Lisbon Lisbon Lisbon
Lixa Felgueiras Porto
Loulé Loulé Faro
Loures Loures Lisbon

How many major cities are in Portugal?

Portugal has 0 cities with more than a million people, 8 cities with between 100,000 and 1 million people, and 210 cities with between 10,000 and 100,000 people. The largest city in Portugal is Lisbon, with a population of 517,802 people.

Population.

Name 2021 Population
Lisbon 517,802
Porto 249,633
Amadora 178,858
Braga 121,394

What are the two main cities in Portugal?

Portugal – 10 Largest Cities

Name Population
1 Lisbon , Lisbon 517,802
2 Porto , Porto 249,633
3 Amadora , Lisbon 178,858
4 Braga , Braga 121,394

How many states is in Portugal?

The Districts of Portugal (Portuguese: Distritos de Portugal), are the most important first-level administrative subdivisions of continental Portugal. Currently, mainland Portugal is divided into 18 districts.

Districts of Portugal.

District
Number 18
Populations 127,018–2,135,992
Areas 2,255–10,225 km²
Government Appointed administration

What is the best city to live in Portugal?

Top 10 places to live in Portugal

  • Algarve. The Algarve has long been a favourite among Brits. …
  • Lisbon. …
  • Cascais. …
  • Silver Coast. …
  • Coimbra. …
  • Oporto. …
  • Chaves. …
  • The Azores.
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What is Portugal’s biggest export?

The major export commodities of Portugal are clothing and footwear (11.6%), motor vehicles (9.1%), and textiles (6.9%). Other exports include electrical distributing equipment (4.1%), paper products (3.2%), and refined petroleum products (1.9%).

Are there states in Portugal?

Portugal is divided in Provinces, Autonomous Provinces and Overseas Provinces. There are 11 provinces in mainland Portugal. Each one has an executive body, Civil Governor and Provincial Board (junta de província) and a deliberative elected assembly, Provincial Council (conselho provincia).

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