Lisbon is the capital and largest city of Portugal. Considered a "world city" according to the 2010 ranking of the Network for the Study of Globalization and world cities, Lisbon is also the capital of the district of Lisbon, Greater Lisbon and the Lisbon Metropolitan Area.
End of 2013, the municipality count a population of 1,000,022 inhabitants, distributed over an area of 83.7 km ². The Lisbon Metropolitan Area (Greater Lisbon) has a population légèrements than 2.8 million people, or about 20% of the Portuguese population, making it the 11th European agglomeration importance. It is the richest city in Portugal, with a GDP per capita higher than the average GDP of the European Union.
Located at the mouth of the Tagus, the city is divided into 53 parishes (parishes or districts). It is bordered by the municipalities of Loures and Odivelas north west Oeiras, Amadora northwest and the Tagus estuary southeast.