The Portuguese football team, the European champions in title, will stay in Budapest during the Euro2020.
The Portuguese squad are scheduled to arrive in Budapest on June 11, five days before their first Euro2020 group stage game, with opponents yet to be determined to leave the play-off sides.
The Portuguese team, led by Fernando Santos, will play two matches in the Hungarian capital, the first with an opponent to be determined on June 16, and the second with world champion France on June 24.
In between, Portugal will travel to Munich, where they play Germany on June 20.
The finals will take place from 12 June to 12 July in 12 cities in 12 countries, starting at the Olympic Stadium in Rome and final at the Wembley Stadium in London, which will host the semi-finals and the Final.