Culture in Lisbon
EGEAC is responsible for managing some of the city’s most famous cultural spaces and for organizing Festas de Lisboa and other renowned events.
Breaking the silence for 25 years
In 1995, Lisbon City Council set up a state-owned company known by the acronym EBAHL, whose objective was to revitalise historic neighbourhoods, rehabilitating facilities and developing cultural projects. In 2003, EBAHL changed its name to EGEAC and expanded its activities across the whole city. With a growing number of venues and spaces, EGEAC promotes access to diverse and high-quality cultural services and assets, providing a multidisciplinary, comprehensive, inclusive and democratic programme.About EGEAC About EGEAC