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Irish flag Embassy of Ireland in Lisbon

AddressAvenida da Liberdade No 200, 4th Floor
1250-147 Lisboa (Lisbon)
Portugal
Phonelocal: (021) 330.8200
international: +351.21.330.8200
Faxlocal: (021) 397.7363
international: +351.21.397.7363
EmailLisbonembassy@dfa.ie
Web sitehttp://www.embassyofireland.pt

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Shelly McDonagh
Mon, 4 Aug 2014 12:36 EDT
Getting Married In Portugal
Hello. My Fiancee who is Polish and I who am Irish want to get married in Algarve Portugal,Does one of us have to be a resident in Portugal for 30 days or is there someway we can go around it? We have a 4year old son also. So it is difficult for one of us to go to Portugal for 30 days. Thank you
cindyduggan
Fri, 25 Jul 2014 05:00 EDT
IRISH BE AWARE IN CABANAS TAVIRA
HI L HAVE JUST COME BACK EARLY FROM MY HOLIDAYS IN CABANAS STAYING IN THE COSTA CABANAS APARTMENTS
THIS WAS OUR SECOND VISIT, FIRST MORNING WE ARRIVED WE WERE BROKEN INTO AS MY KIDS SLEPT WITH THERE ELDERLY AUNT,L WENT TO GET BREAD AND MILK AT 7.15 ARR BACK AT 8,15 TO FIND ALL MY MONEY WAS TAKEN 1500 EURO THEY LEFT THE PASSPORTS, WE SPOKE WITH POLICE WHO TOLD US WE WOULD HAVE TO MAKE A COMPLAINT,AND THE COMPLAINT WOULD COST 30 AS WELL AS PAYING FOR A TAXI TO GET THERE,WE WERE LUCKY THEY LEFT OUR PASSPORTS, BUT TO THINK PEOPLE WERE ASLEEP WHILE THIS HAPPENED,WE SPOKE WITH AN UNDERCOVER COP WHO TOLD US CRIME IS A MAJOR FACTOR THERE IN CABANAS AT THE MOMENT, PLEASE BE AWARE
frank clohosey
Sat, 21 Sep 2013 10:43 EDT
All Ireland Hurling Final - Replay
Is there somewhere in Lisbon that shows RTE GAA matches ? Replay is on 28th Sep.
Sue
Fri, 3 May 2013 05:12 EDT
Register
In Ireland we have a Tomms Directory which tells you the name of the owners of properties in Ireland. Is there a similar book or register in Portugal to find out the owners of properties in Albufeira. A reply would be very much appreciated.

Regards
David Pickering
Fri, 15 Feb 2013 19:11 EST
Too much information
People that have posted on this page have released sensitive information pertaining to them - phone numbers etc .. is it possible to delete those posts to further protect the privacy of posters and to discourage people from releasing such info .. furthermore, why are you not answering your posts!?
Elena Dodita
Tue, 9 Oct 2012 09:29 EDT
visa for my brother
Hi, how can I apply for a short visit visa for my brother in law and his wife that reside in Portugal but both hold a Moldovian citizenship? I am Irish by naturalization.
Every advise is highly appreciated.

Thank you.

Elena
Embassy of Ireland Lisbon
Wed, 27 Jun 2012 10:29 EDT
IMPORTANT-Change of address
Your site is providing out of date information. The Embassy of Ireland in Lisbon is located since Sept. 2010 on: Avenida da Liberdade, nº. 200-4th Floor
Ph. +351213308200.
Grateful if you can update your site accordingly.

Embassy of Ireland Lisbon
Denis
Wed, 20 Jun 2012 07:35 EDT
Where are you?
Your page states you are here.Rua da Imprensa a Estrela 1-4
1200-684 Lisbon
Portugal. The Irish dept. of foreign affairs states you are here. Embassy of Ireland
Avenida da Liberdade No 200, 4th Floor.
Which is it?
John Lovett
Tue, 19 Jun 2012 10:49 EDT
Your opening hours
It's 115.15 p.m. on Tuesday 19/June 2012..and NOBODY is picking up yhr phone...are you shortstaffed or have the TROIKA taken aaway your 2nd line...or is the embassy shut down or on holiday...
Thank You John (Sean) Lovett

tel: 911 558 402

also available for next half houe at 21 849 4454...these are Portuguese numbers

R.S.V. P. that's why we pay our taxes
Diana FitzGerald
Mon, 4 Jun 2012 22:03 EDT
Getting married in Portugal!!
My fiancee who is Irish and I who am French want to get married in Portugal. Would it be possible to have the civil marriage in the embassy prior to the religious wedding?

Please letme know. Thank you,

Diana FitzGerald

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