AC Lisboa Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Rua Largo de Andaluz 13B, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1050-121, Portugal
Exe Lisboa Parque
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flea market

by butterflybaby

I would like to know if it is possible to participate in Feira da Ladra or any flea market. I am moving and I have many clothes, shoes and accessories that I would like to sell.
Could you please tell me what should I do to be able to be part of such a market and what are the rules.

Thank you very much for your time

Sandy Zureik

Re: flea market


Don't take this as final word but Sandy, if I'm not mistaken the Feira da Ladra in Lisbon (all day Tuesdays and Saturdays)is open to anyone and everyone wanting to sell their wares in the open camp for this purpose.

And in all these years of going, have never ever seen any of the open-air merchants wearing any tag to validate the legality of their being there. But to be sure, you should check perhaps with the Tourist Office just the same.

The Feira da Ladra is one of those astonishing human phenomenon thriving forever it seems in Lisbon and is great to experience and I make sure I go to it to re-experience it each time I'm in this fabulous city.

Good luck.

Re: flea market

by butterflybaby

Thank you so much for your replay.
Just one more thing , by the tourist office, do you mean any of the offices in lisbon, is there one in particular ??

Thank you again

Re: flea market


You can stop by at the main Tourist Office (if you'll happen to be in the old city center) situated across Praca dos Restauradores at the end of Avenida da Liberdade. The offices are housed in the elegant Palacio da Foz right next to the funicular Elevador da Gloria which plys between the Baixa (lower town) and Bairro Alto.

The tourist office also maintains several kiosks all over the city to service and answer questions from the public, try the one in the pedestrianized Rua Augusta - located somewhere right in the middle of the street - walking towards the direction of the riverfront.

Do this way ahead of time, just in case you'd be surprised if indeed one needs to pay a fee to spread your merchandise and sell at Feira da Ladra.

As for the flea market itself, be sure to get there at the crack of dawn if you expect to find a space/corner for your stuff.

Have fun.

Travel Tips for Lisbon

Good Posture

by grandmaR

When we visited Lisbon in 1964, particularly in the fish market area, we saw many women carrying their baskets of goods on their heads. It wasn't just the fishwives that carried things on their heads - there were also fruits and vegetables and other things as well. They had a padded ring type thing to cushion their heads. And very good posture!!! I tried doing it myself when I got home, and it is a good way to carry things as it is balanced (you don't have a heavy thing in one hand).

Travel Guide

by Bwana_Brown

About 2 months before we left Canada for Portugal, I bought a DK Eyewitness Travel Guide book (for about US$30) in order to get some background information on this new (to me) country. After looking at Fodors and Lonely Planet as well, I picked DK because it is totally loaded with colour photographs, maps and helpful hints. It really made a huge difference to us to be able to see the various attractions and read the detailed descriptions of each one.

The book even has various suggested tour routes with all the relevent details, such as the Serra de Sintra drive or even one near Evora to see ancient cromlechs! For Lisbon, it also provided us with detailed street maps of the different sections of the city as well as another entire chapter on the delights in the area immediately surrounding Lisbon. There are sections describing the time-line of Portugal's history, its various rulers down through the ages, local food customs and a whole wealth of information!

It's useful restaurant phrases and a small Portugese/English phrase section all came in very handy! To get maximum enjoyment out of your trip, I strongly suggest that you get a guide book of any description to give you some understanding of the culture and attractions of the country that you are visiting!

Cristo Rei, modeled on the...

by DanaK

Cristo Rei, modeled on the famous Cristo Redendor in Rio de Janeiro. You can see the monument from many veiwpoints in the city. But if you wanna see the monument closer take a ferry to the Outra Banda (the other bank), then a bus or taxi to the monument. A lift takes you up to 82m to the top of the pedestal.... Me? saw it from the distance... ;)

Dia de Portugal

by mikey_e

One of Portugal’s most beloved national figures, and by far its most famous poet, was Luís de Camões. The author of Os Lusíades, the country’s national epic, Camões was responsible, much like the author of the Chanson de Roland in France, for casting the nation’s history into poetic greatness. During his life (16th century), Camões traveled to the East in the footsteps of the Portuguese explorer Vasco de Gama, and it is thus no surprise that his great work Os Lusíades narrates the history of Portuguese discoveries and the challenges faced by Vasco de Gama and other explorers in rounding the Cape of Good Hope. Camões is also credited with fixing the Portuguese language and providing a basis on which Golden Era literature could flourish. For this reason, 10 June is now celebrated as Camões Day, the Day of the Portuguese Language. This is a national holiday and there are obviously celebrations throughout the city (everything is also pretty much closed). It’s also a day of reflection on the importance of the language and its place in the world.

When we are introduced...

by Fonseca2002

When we are introduced to new people, is usual to give two kisses in the chicks... Between men and women or between women...

Dont find it rude but you can be faster and stretch your hand first, lol... We will get the message...


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Address: Rua Largo de Andaluz 13B, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1050-121, Portugal