Lisbon City Hall

Domingos Parente da Silva, 1874 / José Luís Monteiro, 1900

outros, 1996

Eurico Zimbres


Guided tour made by the author of the architectural project himself or by an invited specialist.

Ezequiel Marinho, Marina Gonçalves e Maria Louro

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Maximum 50 people per visit

No reservation required; first-come, first-served

Photography allowed


It was here that the Portuguese Republic was proclaimed on 5 October 1910, an event that will always be part of the history of this building. The original building, erected at the time of the post-earthquake reconstruction under Pombal, was totally destroyed in a fire in 1863. The current structure was built in the late 19th century, with contributions by diverse Portuguese artists. Another fire, in 1996, destroyed the upper floors, which have been restored in accordance with the original designs. For that restoration project a number of contemporary architects and artists were asked to participate, adding to the building’s acknowledged architectural and artistic value. The visit takes in the archive room, the main staircase and the belle étage with its allegorical representations of the city.



Praça do Município, 1

Directions: Google Maps / Apple Maps

Public Transport

Bus: 15E, 28E, 711, 714, 728, 735, 736, 759, 760, 774, 794

Subway: Rossio (Linha Verde), Baixa-Chiado (Linhas Azul e Verde), Terreiro do Paço (Linha Azul)

Train: Rossio (Linhas de Sintra e da Azambuja), Cais do Sodré (Linha de Cascais)

Boat: Cais do Sodré, Terreiro do Paço