Join Our Porto Expat Tours!

While we started Expat Empire to help anyone move anywhere and still continue to do that to this day, we’ve found that most of our clients are Americans who want to move to Europe. Within Europe, the top destination so far has been Portugal by a wide margin, and so we have focused more of our efforts on meeting this high demand to move to the country.

Because our founder David is based in Porto, we often receive questions about what it’s really like to live in the city. Many members of our global community have already explored Porto as a potential place to live or have already moved there!

With so much interest in Porto as a destination, we decided to start offering our very own Porto Expat Tour!

Expat Empire Porto Expat Tours with David McNeill - Porto Expat Tour
Expat Empire founder David McNeill in front of the Porto sign

This tour is quite unique and not like a normal sightseeing tour. It’s intended for people who are visiting Porto to see if they’d like to live here as an expat or digital nomad as well as people who recently moved to the city and want to feel more settled.

During this 2.5-hour tour, David will walk with you through some of the most popular expat neighborhoods in Porto so you can get a feel for the areas that you would be most interested in living in. He’ll point out important landmarks and locations along the way to help you get oriented.

You can take a break at a cafe midway through the walk and ask any questions you have about the city or country to David. He will answer all your questions about moving to Portugal and living in Porto while sharing valuable insights and guidance to help you avoid the challenges that come with getting settled in the country!

Please check out our Porto Expat Tour page for more information:

Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to guiding you through Porto!

As the founder of Expat Empire, David McNeill is focused on inspiring people to move abroad and showing them how to do it. David started Expat Empire because he has a genuine passion for living abroad. He left the United States in 2014 and has since lived in Tokyo, Berlin, and Porto.