Volontariato in Portogallo
Volontariato in Portogallo


Fai volontariato in Portogallo con Soluzioni di volontariato per ottenere una serie di progetti di volontariato all'estero da 1 a 12 settimane, tra cui sostegno ai giovani, cura della fauna selvatica e degli animali e gestione dei rifiuti alimentari. I progetti si trovano a Porto e Miranda de Corvo.



Portogallo - I fatti in breve

Date di inizio : Tutto l'anno

Durata : 1-12 Weeks

Posizione del programma : Porto

Età minima : 18 years+

Certificato : Offerto dopo il completamento del programma


A prima vista

Valuta utilizzata : Euro

Lingua : Portuguese

Viaggia nei fine settimana a: explore Torre de Belém, walk down the streets of Alfama District or conquer the bulwarks of St George’s Castle

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Fai volontariato in Portogallo con Soluzioni di volontariato e scegli tra programmi di volontariato convenienti tra cui Gestione dei rifiuti alimentari, Programma di sostegno ai giovani, Conservazione dei ricci, Pattugliamento di cavalli e Progetto di conservazione ambientale. I programmi di volontariato in Portogallo si trovano a Porto, la seconda città più grande del Portogallo.Non importa se sei uno studente delle scuole superiori/universitari o un viaggiatore per un anno sabbatico alla ricerca di un'esperienza lavorativa significativa all'estero, i progetti ti aiuteranno sicuramente a imparare cose nuove e potrai contribuire attivamente a fare la differenza.

Punti salienti:

  • Progetti con sede a Porto e dintorni, la seconda città più grande del Portogallo
  • Significative opportunità di volontariato tutto l'anno da 1 a 12 settimane
  • Progetti di volontariato a basso costo comprensivi di vitto e alloggio
  • Vivi in un ostello nel centro di Porto con l'opzione di upgrade di una camera privata
  • Parti per Lisbona o esplora molte parti diverse del Portogallo nel fine settimana

Best Volunteer Opportunities in Portugal

Tracey - Volunteer in Youth Support Program in Porto, Portugal
"I have had an amazing time here in Porto! I have worked with the after school kids group and a youth group to help make chocolate for an affiliate charitable foundation.I am getting so much out of it, and I think the staff there are also happy with me and my enthusiasm ! I couldn’t have picked a volunteer trip more perfectly suited to my skill set."

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Weekend Travel Options

There's so much to do in Portugal, that you might just fall short of time during your volunteering journey! Well, you can surely make your own checklist and plan what all you wish to explore. If you are in Lisbon, wonder at the Torre de Belém and go for a Tram 28 ride crossing the hair-pin alleys of Escolas Gerais. You can head off to the little Alfama District and explore the tile-fronted chapels. And not to miss out, packed with al fresco cafes and international restaurants, the Bairro Alto is also the Lisbon's top nightlife spot.

If you are in Porto, you must go for a wine tour and savor your taste-buds. Visit the museums or just chill on the beachside for a relaxing weekend.

SintraSintraIf you want to explore around, then pick the fairytale town of Sintra first because it feels full of mystery with its castles, palaces, and mighty estates among the trees and a quick 45-minute train ride away from Lisbon. The glistening Pena Palace is atop the hill while the old wall of another Moorish castle is a great spot to look at the valley that will be below you and the Quinta da Regaleira gardens are a remarkable place to explore. 

Cascais – This place has the laid-back vibe of a soothing seaside town which is only 45 minutes from Lisbon and the perfect escape on a hot summer day. Its old city center is embellished with patterned black and white stones like in Lisbon, and its streets are lined with boutiques and restaurants. You can go further from here by renting bikes to Boca do Inferno and Casa de Santa Maria.

Braga – It is an old chap of a city near Porto, brimming with modernity and spiritual and historical surroundings. Overall, it is a youthful center with students from nearby universities to meet, socialize and share ideas, while you can enjoy seeing the famous Bom Jesus Sanctuary and the country’s oldest from a distance.

AveiroAveiro Nicknamed as the ‘Venice of Portugal’, Aveiro is actually a lot quieter than Venice and even more colorful. Some of Aveiro’s signature features are the painted boats and the vibrant buildings. It’s actually very easy to reach Aveiro from Porto, either via a drive, train or even a bus.

Guimarães – It is where Portugal’s origins began. Guimarães castle is was home to Portugal’s first king, and home to many more medieval structures. Because of the colorful streets, ancient churches and various natural landmarks, you will feel like you’re taking a walk from the history of Portugal to its present.

If you have anything else in your bucket list or planning to go & explore any of the above-mentioned places, you can simply get in touch with our Travel Experts, who can guide you better in planning your weekend tours. Drop us a mail at [email protected] mentioning your choice of weekend adventures, and we shall cater your needs.

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