You’ll find a little bit of everything in Lisbon’s shops
Shopping in Lisbon is a pleasurable and diversified experience. It’s possible to buy anything, ranging from traditional shops to large shopping centres, and from Portuguese brands to international brands.
In certain locations, the shopping experience is much more than the product itself. In the centre of Lisbon, you’ll find different spaces tailored to a wide array of tastes, and if you don’t know what you’re looking for, simply follow our suggestions. If you’d like to begin with traditional shops, there’s nothing better than a trip to the Baixa zone, with its unique shops which in certain cases have remained unaltered for decades. You’ll find picturesque, age-old shops that conserve and preserve elements of Pombaline architecture and some of which that house several ruins dating back to previous occupations. As you walk up to the Chiado zone you’ll find a more glamorous and diversified range of shops, including delightful design shops and bookshops, with a specific range of products that it’s hard to find anywhere else. In the Avenida da Liberdade, you’ll find the top international brands, in particular fashion labels, thus guaranteeing the diversity and quality of a major European capital.
In the Bairro Alto neighbourhood, there’s a wide range of alternative shops including clothes shops owned by national stylists, several second-hand clothes shops, and also interior decoration and design shops and music stores. In Santos, you’ll find a high number of large design shops, offering an alternative vision of interior decoration and objects. Nearby, you can buy fresh produce and flowers in the unforgettable Ribeira Market - one of the city’s ex-libris monuments - where your senses are sure to be awakened. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, you’ll also have the opportunity to visit the city’s most important “flea market” - the famous Feira da Ladra, - where in addition to a wide array of interesting trinkets, you can find some genuine collectors’ items.
The region’s shopping centres are also unique. The city has some of Europe’s largest and most diversified shopping centres. Even outside Lisbon itself, you’ll find excellent shopping centres where you can make purchases and buy presents to take home.
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