Where to shop?

If you are looking to shop during your free time in Lisbon, there are a few different options.

Chiado used to be the home to very exclusive and traditional stores, but is now a place where you can mainly find international brands like Mango, Zara and H&M. This is the biggest shopping district in Lisbon and it’s perfect if you are looking get some nice deals while still getting to know Lisbon better.

Lisbon’s Downtown – Baixa – is a mixture of touristy stores, old-fashioned souvenir shops, international brands and traditional boutiques. If you go down the main pedestrian street in Lisbon (Rua Augusta) you will find anything from “Made in China” shops to authentic boutiques.

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Chiado

Princípe Real and Bairro Alto are the Lisbon areas best known among the hippest crowds. Here you can find galleries, independent boutiques and design shops that will surely make shopping in the city a unique experience.

Avenida da Liberdade is Portugal’s most luxurious street – this scenic boulevard is home to major luxury brands like Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Dior.

Besides the main shopping districts, there are also a few shops that you can’t miss if you want to have a full cultural experience in Lisbon.

Although it may look like any other, Bertrand in Chiado is the oldest bookstore in the world. Here, you can find any kind of book you like, as well as English versions of the most famous Portuguese authors, like Fernando Pessoa and José Saramago.

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Feira da Ladra (Thief Fair) has its origin in the XIII Century, making it the oldest fair in Lisbon. The fair takes place on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and there you can find vintage pieces, artisans work, old clothes, furniture, books, vinyl records, old cameras, tiles, antiques and so on.

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A Outra Face da Lua is the most famous vintage shop in Lisbon. Here is where you can find old and vintage items for men and women, like clothes, accessories, purses, bags and shoes.

At A Vida Portuguesa (The Portuguese Life) you can find different items that you wouldn’t be able to find at a traditional souvenir shop. This shop is located in Chiado and it brought back old Portuguese brands and items that will make the perfect souvenir.

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