Climb up to Graça, with the help of the no. 28, for the Feira de Artesanato Urbano da Graça every last weekend of the month, the extra push you need to face the slopes.
It’s impossible to visit Lisbon and not go to Graça. The no. 28 tram helps, the view is the reward and, every last weekend of the month, the Feira de Artesanato Urbano da Graça gives the extra push you need to face the ups and downs of this typical part of Lisbon. You’ll find jewellery, fashion, ceramics, photos, illustrations and lots of other artistic objects which share an urban quality rather than a traditional one. Largo da Graça fills up with stalls full of original, inventive and different products that can be excellent souvenirs to remember Portugal by.