Strolling through Portugal can also be synonymous of shopping. After all, the city that has become one of the main ones in Europe in recent years offers many options not only for unique brands but also unforgettable places.
We have to start with the flea market (Feira da Ladra), one of the oldest in Europe. Here you will find all kinds of second-hand products, sold by anyone. It is a unique and very fun experience, where you can leave with signed, cheap and vintage purchases!
Campo de Ourique market
Living the authenticity of this market with all the quality that gourmet cuisine has to offer, is the concept that the Campo de Ourique market brings to us. If you plan a visit to this market, you can expect to feel it all - from the smells of the food being made to feeling of the freshness of the food. Everything in a pleasant, modern and design place. You can order the products to take home or eat on the spot. The choice is yours.
Considered among the ten most luxurious streets in the world, Avenida da Liberdade is a must, even if you're not planning to shop. You can visit this avenue even if you are just going for a nice walk as it's one of main Lisbon's tourist attractions! You will find stores of brands such as Louis Vuitton, Carolina Herrera and Prada.
It´s the biggest shopping center in Lisbon, with more than 340 stores and 50 restaurants. Inside, you will find the streets and squares well marked that have names alluding to the Discoveries! For sure, you will not get lost.
You can also do more than just shop there, from going to the movies or bowling, the options are plently to guarantee a well spend afternoon.
Armazéns do Chiado
It is the heart of Lisbon and, although the ascents and descents are the biggest enemies of those who walk full of bags, all roads lead to it. Chiado not only continues to be one of the major tourist attractions, with shops, restaurants, cafes, but it is also a large open-air shopping center in the city.
We hope that you enjoyed our little guide for a day that will guarantee a lot of shopping as well as a way of discovering what Lisbon has to offer.