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Casa Carlucci Gardens

On Saturday, July 18th, Embassy Lisbon launched a virtual tour of the Casa Carlucci Gardens (located at the U.S. Ambassador’s residence) guided by Ambassador and Mrs. Glass, as part of the city of Lisbon Jardins Abertos (Open Gardens) festival.  Jardins Abertos, a collaborative effort with the Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, brings together professionals working in ...
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Health Alert – Travel Restrictions for U.S. Tourists to Portugal

Non-essential (tourist) travel by U.S. citizens is still prohibited in Portugal. Only Portugal or Schengen/EU residents, visa holders, or essential travel (such as health/medical, study, professional, compelling family emergencies or on humanitarian reasons) are permitted. U.S. citizens should contact the nearest Portuguese Embassy, Consulate, or the Portuguese Immigration Authorities (SEF) before making travel plans. Visit ...
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43rd United States – Portugal Standing Bilateral Commission Joint Statement

STANDING BILATERAL COMMISSION Washington, D.C., Lisbon, Azores July 15, 2020 JOINT STATEMENT The 43rd Session of the United States-Portugal Standing Bilateral Commission (SBC) met July 15 in Washington, D.C., Lisbon, and the Azores, both in-person and virtually, to discuss cooperation on key bilateral issues. The United States and Portugal took note of the negative global ...
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