Hello, lisbon

Lisbon's unique mixture of tradition and modernity, of small town and metropolis, captivates visitors from near and far. Excellent shopping, ornate architecture, late and safe nightlife, as well as restaurants with some of Europe’s best seafood are just a few of the reasons to visit this magnificent European capital.


The Shopping to Visit

Clothing rack

Fátima Lopes

Fátima Lopes is one of Portugal’s most successful designers, whose clothes are famed for their in-your-face sexiness. Her shop is also a workshop and a bar, with late hours.

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El Corte Inglés

Lisbon’s only true department store is Spanish, but the Portuguese put aside their suspicions of their larger neighbour here. The range of goods is quite varied, with international brands and a number of Portuguese designers, together with the store’s own low-price lines. There is a large food hall and gourmet shop downstairs, restaurants and cinemas — and direct access to the Underground.

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Man making ceramics

Fábrica Sant'Anna

One of the numerous good pottery shops in Lisbon, it has a longstanding tradition that dates back to the 18th century. Nowadays they produce various copies of old ceramics, but you can also ask for a custom piece and have it delivered to your home. Take the guided tour!

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a shopping street of Baixa Neighbourhood from above

Baixa Neighbourhood

The city’s old centre, Baixa, retains its identity as a traditional shopping district, where you walk on the streets (some of them traffic-free) lined with traditional seafood restaurants and souvenir shops.

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Woman with shopping bags

Centro Colombo

Centro Colombo is in fact one of the largest malls in Europe. Here you can find more than 60 restaurants, a cinema, fitness clubs and much more. Lot's of visitors come to this mall for the IMAX theatre, too.

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Centro Amoreiras

Amoreiras Shopping Centre dates back to 1985 and is today one of Lisbon's most icons shopping spots right in the city centre. This is the perfect place to pick up the latest fashion trends at upscale shops, relax at the food court or catch the latest film.

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