Embassy of Belgium in Portugal

Belgium in Portugal

Welcome to our website 

 For information on COVID-19 and travel opportunities between Belgium and Portugal during the pandemic, click here.

Until further notice, in order to make contact with consular services it is necessary to make an appointment in order to avoid that several people at once stay in the reception room.

If you would like to book an appointment*, please call +351 213 170 510.

*Please take into account that the Portuguese hygiene measures remain in force, including social distance, the mask, etc. ). The mask is mandatory on public roads, since October 27 (if it is not possible to keep social distance ).

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Bem-vindo ao nosso site

Para obter informações sobre a COVID-19 e as possibilidades de viajar entre a Bélgica e Portugal durante a pandemia, clique aqui.

Até nova ordem, para entrar em contacto com os serviços consulares é necessário marcar uma entrevista a fim de evitar que várias pessoas de cada vez se encontrem na sala de recepção.

Se desejar marcar uma consulta*, ligue para o número +351 213 170 510.

*Tenha em conta que as medidas higiénicas portuguesas se mantêm em vigor, como a distância social, o uso de máscara.... ). O uso de máscara é obrigatória na via pública desde 27 de Outubro (se não for possível manter a distância social).

 

 

         

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Information and photos of our events & participation in official events can be found under Newsroom

 

Are you a Belgian who has recently moved to Portugal and would like to register with the Embassy in Lisbon? Did you lose your passport while you were travelling through Portugal as a tourist? Do you need to request a visa in order to travel to Belgium? Then you’ve come to the right address.

This website will keep you up to date on consular matters that are specifically applicable to Belgians in Portugal, current events in Belgian foreign policy and other useful information or events.
 

Beware of pick pockets

Lisbon is a safe city, you'll only have to be careful with the pick pockets operating in crowded tourist areas, and especially on the tram routes. But also beware of people selling drugs (some even sell bay leafs instead of hash) in the downtown area. 

 

News

30 Jul

July 30 marks the International Day against Human Trafficking, a global phenomenon that concerns every country in the world, including Belgium. Human trafficking can take many forms, such as sexual or economic exploitation, and even involve the sale of organs. However, it always bereaves victims of their human dignity and places them in unbearable, humiliating and degrading situations.

30 Jul

At the Global Education Summit on July 28 and 29 in London, with the theme "Raise your hand," Minister of Development Cooperation and Major Cities Policy Meryame Kitir announced a Belgian contribution to the 2021-2025 work plan of Global Partnership for Education. GPE is an international fund that promotes universal access to education for both girls and boys and is currently active in some 90 countries.

22 Jul

Belgium has decided to provide emergency assistance to Tunisia, following a request transmitted by this country through the European Mechanism of Civil Protection, in the context of the fight against COVID-19. Tunisia is currently facing a serious deterioration of its health situation and a sharp increase in hospitalizations. The country has informed its European partners of specific needs to help it cope with this situation, including in terms of vaccines. The vaccination rate remains very low in the country and the authorities are trying to accelerate the vaccination campaign.

12 Jul

Belgium has decided to provide emergency assistance to Namibia, following a request transmitted by this country through the European Mechanism for Civil Protection, in the context of the fight against COVID-19. In recent weeks, Namibia has been facing a serious deterioration of its health situation and an increase in hospitalizations. This situation is leading to an important need for protective equipment.

01 Jul

In 1995, an ambitious agreement was reached on twelve domains for action to promote the rights of women and girls - the "Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action". Since then, many initiatives and concrete policy measures have been taken to implement the Platform for Action. Over the years, Belgium has been actively working, both domestically and internationally, to promote gender equality.