Female Couch Surfing in Portugal

Juliana

Juliana

Trofa

Can host for:

2 days

About me

My name is Juliana. I’m rider, so I’m passionate about riding my motorcycle. I love traveling and I love new adventures. My dream it’s to go on a ride all over the world with no limit of nothing just live in each place, living their culture as if it was my own.

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Nikki

Nikki

Lisbon

Can host for:

2 days

About me

I’m an active Capricorn lady and very sociable. I love walks along the boardwalk, good food and good wine, pool time and sightseeing in general. I am passionate about visiting new places. I have travelled quite a lot but hope to visit more new places this year!

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Telma

Telma

Amadora

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hey, I'm Telma, born and raised in sunny Portugal. Professionally, I work in IT for a UK consultancy, where I manage projects and lead multicultural teams. Outside of work, I'm passionate about salsa dancing, climbing, and aero acrobatics. I also enjoy cycling around the city whenever I can. On weekends, I love immersing myself in outdoor activities—I feel most alive surrounded by nature. In quieter moments, you'll find me absorbed in books, exploring museums, and expressing my creativity through arts and crafts. I'm also a fan of movies and series. Traveling is a huge passion of mine, as it allows me to explore diverse cultures and landscapes. Always ready for new adventures and eager to connect with like-minded people to share experiences!

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Luciana

Luciana

Aveiro

Can host for:

3 days

About me

I'm brazilian living my Eramus experience in Aveiro, Portugal, until August. I study languages and Marketing, but my interests are very diversified. I love traveling, meeting people, learn a new language and ways of thinking. On my free time I love to do petsitting/housesitting, and outdoor activities ! But i'm not against go to bar and enjoying a nice talk and tasting a good wine 🍷💕 If you come to Aveiro while I'm still here, it will be my pleasure show the city and give nice tips !

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Ana

Ana

Ermesinde

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hi! I am Ana. I am a tax consultant and I work fully remote. I share my apartment with two cats. Kind regards

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Norika

Norika

Lisbon

Can host for:

3 days

About me

I’m software engineer/digital nomad!

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Noga

Noga

Portugal

Can host for:

3 days

About me

I moved recently to the area of Ericeira to join a housing cooperative. I love dancing, cooking, nature and growing as a human in love and compassion. Im an activist in social and environmental change, mediator in NVC method and facilitator in the area of community building.

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Sara

Sara

Portugal

Can host for:

5 days

About me

Hey!, My name is Sara and I live in Portugal

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Ziyada

Ziyada

Porto

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hi! My name is Ziyada! I have been living in Porto for almost 2 years. I use couchsurfing and I have a lot of reviews there. I can show you my account.

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Becky

Becky

About Me

**I won’t be back in Lisbon until mid-August due to travels =) Hi everyone! My name is Becky and I am originally from the U.S. and have spent the past seven years in Europe, last five in Lisbon, Portugal =) I am a graduate student and a neurodivergent teacher. I really enjoy travelling and doing nature-like activities like cycling, hiking, camping, etc.! I also love to dance =) I am also a very passionate individual in regards to human rights and the environment ✌🏽💜😊 I hope to meet some of you and create wonderful memories ~~

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Leonor

Leonor

About Me

Hi! I'm Leonor and I'm from Barcelos. I've won the Discover EU pass and I'll be interrailing between August and September :)

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Is Portugal safe to travel?

4.8 /5

Based on 39 experiences

Kelsey-Jayne

Kelsey-Jayne

New Zealand

Solo travel experience

Felt safe! Beautiful and clean, great local music in Lisboa! Loved la costa de Caprica and stay in the Hostel Natural Mystic. The people are really friendly and there are great tours on at most of the hostels. Recommend staying in the city centre if you’re more interested in night life as there’s 400 bars in one area! But if you like the beach the coast is better then just taxi into town if you want.

Posted: July 13, 2024
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María

María

Spain

Group travel experience

Interrail pass of Portugal. We traveled as 3 girls; two were 17 and one was 18. **First city: Porto** We got there at night using public transportation, which is not difficult to understand. We stayed in a centric hostel that was AMAZING and not very expensive: Lost Inn Porto. We had a quick dinner and went out to a club for tourists in Galerias de Paris, a street with a lot of little clubs. The next day we did a “free” tour in the evening about the mysterious secrets of Porto. It was interesting and the guide was quite nice, but I don't know if I’d do that again. I think I would prefer to spend the sunset watching it from the typical mirador across the Don Luis bridge. That night we went partying at Eskada, a Portuguese club. We took a cab and we felt safe. Even though the Portuguese guys were very direct and kind of “touchy,” we didn’t feel offended or unsafe and had a very good time. We took another cab at 6 am, and again everything was alright. **Second city: Lisbon** We took two trains to get there, and everything was nice and correct. We stayed in a hostel that was also very good, but I can’t find it right now, maybe it’s closed. The city felt safe during the day, and at night one friend and I decided to party. It’s true that some older boys approached us in the street, but it didn’t feel aggressive or uncomfortable. It was easy to get out of the situation, haha. We met very nice girls who shared a cab with us to Mome club. Again, the boys were a little touchy but nothing more. The next day we used the public transport and it was nice and very understandable. **Third city: Lagos** We stayed in an apartment in the center, which was very nice. The beaches were nice and not too crowded. The nightlife was chiller as the clubs closed around 2 am. However, boys do approach you, but again not aggressively, and we did have some drunk men catcalling us, but not offensively. **Fourth city: Olhao, near Faro** We stayed at Pension Bicuar. It was nice, but there was a problem with our last day of reservation and we had to book an apartment at the last minute. The first night we partied at the famous Albufeira strip (40 minutes away from Olhao). We got there by cab. I must warn you that there are a lot of drunk people, mostly English and German. They may approach you, or in my case even follow you, but we didn’t experience anything that felt scary. There are a lot of clubs with English music, but at 2 am when these started to close, we discovered Disco Club that closes around 6 am, with very good Spanish music. I totally recommend you go there. The next morning back in Olhao we took a ferry to the island of Armona. You can buy the tickets there the same day, and they were pretty affordable (more or less they cost 4€ round trip). It was amazing; people there are so nice, and the beaches are long. We went the next day too. I TOTALLY RECOMMEND IT. That night we went partying in Faro, and that city had the worst nightlife of all. There were a lot of cocktail bars but only one big club, and it was not very good. I wouldn’t recommend partying in Faro that much, but it did feel safe. Overall, we felt very safe being 3 girls traveling alone for the first time. Portugal is safe, and the boys are direct and a bit touchy (That’s my experience), but that’s all. I would say most of them are really nice and respectful. I loved my trip, totally recommend it even if you travel alone.

Posted: June 9, 2024
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Upcoming visitors to Portugal

Doğa

Doğa

About Me

My name is Doğa, I am 24 and I currently live in Malaga, Spain. Here, I work as a volunteer for children and people with disabilities. I am an English teacher from Turkey. In my free time I try to travel and explore Spain and other countries around. Unfortunately, I cannot host people because I share the house with 4 other volunteers and our association doesn’t let us host people in the house. But of course, I am available for hangouts!

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Doğa

Doğa

About Me

My name is Doğa, I am 24 and I currently live in Malaga, Spain. Here, I work as a volunteer for children and people with disabilities. I am an English teacher from Turkey. In my free time I try to travel and explore Spain and other countries around. Unfortunately, I cannot host people because I share the house with 4 other volunteers and our association doesn’t let us host people in the house. But of course, I am available for hangouts!

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Is Portugal worth visiting?

Overall rating

4.8 /5

based on 39 experiences

Couple travel experience

I find that Portugal is a magnificent country between the Algarve and Lisbon! It's beautiful, there's the sea, now I can't wait to go to Porto. I'm already looking forward to returning to this country and visiting new places.

Posted: July 4, 2024
Things to do: 5/5Food: 3/5Budget-friendly: 3/5Safety: 5/5
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Maria

Maria

Thailand

Solo travel experience

Portugal is a beautiful country. However, a guy grabbed my breast on a street in Lisbon ... I was in shocked that it occurred in the capital in a popular st. However, the people are lovely. I particularly liked the old ladies as they will give me advice and share their stories with me. Coffee is very strong and pastries are delicious!

Posted: June 4, 2024
Things to do: 5/5Food: 4/5Budget-friendly: 4/5Safety: 4/5
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Couch surfing in Portugal