Portugal is still a very popular travel destination, which can be easily reached by plane within 3 hours. Many holidaymakers book a hire car for their stay, either to get to know Portugal by making a round trip, or just to be mobile.
Portugal has an extensive and modern road network and, as in almost all European countries, tolls have to be paid for using the motorways. In the past, you could pay your tolls by cash or credit card at the tollbooths. In 2011, with the extension of the toll motorway network, an additional payment system was added: the electronic toll.
The 2017 holiday season is coming to an end, and with it the first summer in Europe without roaming costs for calling and using the mobile Internet within the EU.
The holiday in Portugal is upon you, the flights are booked, the suitcases are packed and now the question arises: How do I charge my smartphone, tablet or notebook during the holiday? Do I need a travel plug or an adaptor to operate electrical appliances?