Indian Embassy in Lisbon, Portugal and Portuguese Embassy in India are the output of Indo-Portuguese bilateral relations which were established during the interim Prime Ministership of Jawaharlal Nehru in 1949. However, Indian Embassy in Lisbon, Portugal and Portuguese Embassy in India were closed in 1953 and 1955 respectively. The relations between Embassy of India and Embassy of Portugal were restored after the re-establishment of the democratic government in 1974. After that many agreements in the field of Trade, Economic, and Industrial & Technical Cooperation were signed in between the Embassy of India and Embassy of Portugal to strengthen the diplomatic relations. Both Embassy of India and Embassy of Portugal are also promoting the culture and tourism of their own countries and have signed many bilateral cultural agreements.
Embassy of India, Portugal
Rua Pero da Covilha 16,
Restelo, 1400 Lisbon,
Public dealing hours for the Consular Section are from 09.30AM to 12.00PM, from Monday to Friday.
Telephonic enquiries for passport related services can be made between 16.00 hrs - 17.00 hrs on all working days.
Applicants are advised to check whether the Embassy is working on a particualr day. An appropriate notice is put up in the Embassy premise about the forthcoming holidays.