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

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. 



23 Sep

On Thursday 23 September, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sophie Wilmès will co-chair a high-level event with European Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič on the impact of COVID-19 on children. This event is organised in the margins of the UN General Assembly, in cooperation with Niger and the NGO Save the Children.

23 Sep

Belgium will deliver 153,900 vaccines to Uganda. These vaccines will contribute to stepping up the vaccination campaign for teachers and reopening schools to more than 10 million pupils and students. With this, Belgium is responding to the Ugandan government's request to receive COVID-19 vaccines.

22 Sep

On Wednesday September 22, Minister of Development Cooperation and Urban Policy Meryame Kitir visited the port of Beirut, severely damaged by explosions in August 2020. This was the first visit of a Belgian minister since the explosion in Beirut. She had the opportunity to pay her respects and lay a wreath at the memorial dedicated to the victims, along with members of the family of a Belgian-Lebanese victim. With this gesture, Minister Kitir wished to express her condolences and solidarity with the families of the victims of this tragic event.

22 Sep

Belgium strongly condemns the coup attempt in Omdurman and reiterates its full support for the people of Sudan and their transitional government. It calls for the respect of the Juba Peace Agreements, signed on 31 August 2020. 

20 Sep

The 76th session of the UN General Assembly will open in New York on 20 September, under the theme "Building Resilience through hope to recover from COVID-19, rebuild sustainably, respond to the needs of the planet, respect the rights of people, and revitalise the United Nations."