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4 Karin Street, Ludwigsdorf P.O. Box 443 Windhoek
(+264) 61 25 97 91 (+264) 61 25 97 93
Yes, you can extend your Schengen visa but only in exceptional cases where new facts and special reasons arise after entry in Portugal.
Portugal is very safe overall, with a low crime rate, although some cities have some dangerous areas that tourists should better avoid.
Portugal is famous for its beaches, food and Cristiano Ronaldo but that's just the tip of the iceberg. As a nation, Portugal is one of the oldest countries in Europe with its borders pretty much unchanged since 1297.
There are a couple of things that are frowned at while in Portugal. Pointing at people and things for example is considered very offensive except you have the intention of buying in the case of objects. Getting too drunk is also very offensive in Portugal.
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