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    El Corte Inglés: Dept store shopping Corte Inglés

    by gwened Written May 16, 2015

    The best department store in Spain now well planted in Portugal;this is my favorite and Lisbon has two.
    open Monday to Thursdays from 10h00 to 22h00, Fridays and Saturdays from 10h00 to 23h30, Sundays and holidays from 10h00 to 20h00. Closed Jan 1, May 1, and Dec 25.

    You have the store laidout as such
    7 floor restaurant, tavern cafeteria and cultural center
    6 floor , linen, mattresses, furniture , lighting, framing deco home
    5 floor electro domestic appliances ,kitchen and bath furniture, kitchen and table accessories gifts, handicrafts
    4 floor children clothing, babies, accessories and shoes for kids , softies hobbies
    3 floor young fashion for men and women, sporting goods cycling office and tennis, sports shoes.
    2 floor men's fashion, jewelry, accessories lingerie for men,shoes, and travel agency ,insurance and services office, mens hairdresser and Bar.
    1 floor women's fashion, pre mother clothing, lingerie for women, leather, hairdresser for women, shoes, tea room, and personal shopper.
    ground floor (street level) electronic, computers, perfums, accessories, cosmetics, optician, jewelry, telecom, photo services, video games , store telecor,, and kids games
    semi cellars has supermarket gourmet club , take out food, buffet pizzeria, bakery pastry shop, ice cream and smokers room etc.
    floor -1 records, film, books paper accessories, newspapers, magazines, health room, pharmacy lottery sale etc
    floor -2 Monceau flower shop, plants and flowers, hardware, and parking.
    floor -3 domestic animals veterinary pharmacy, auto and moto supplies and parking
    floor -4 ticket office, laundrymat, keys and shoe repairs , fidelity cards office and parking

    What to buy: as above you can buy almost everything. I usually do clothing, dvd,cd, books luggage, and shoes/clothings

    What to pay: good prices for a mall shopping center one stop shopping

    El Corte  Ingl��s
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    Ribeira Nova covered market: covered market in Lisbon

    by gwened Written Sep 13, 2014

    One of the highlights of any visit to a city in europe is to go to their market stalls whether outdoors or indoors. We love to do this even if not always shop ::) the ambiance and the closenest of the people is real.

    No exception in lovely Lisbon at the market at Ribeira Nova, here you can buy all kinds of local food items, flowers and wines etc. Moorish style here since 1882.

    It is a large farmer’s market located in the heart of downtown Lisbon. The market located behind the Cais do Sodré train station. The stalls of the market are covered by a huge roof. Many of the local restaurants by their food here. If you get there early enough in the morning you can watch the food arriving by various means of transport. Wonderful indeed.

    Market: open daily 05h to 14h and it is closed on Sundays. The map location is at Avenida 24 de Julho .

    The area gathers about 30 restaurants , providing around 750 seats. Where now you have some of the best restaurants and chefs of Lisbon represented. The idea is simple: you grab the food and drinks from one or several restaurants of your choice (not necessarily the same as your family and friends), and go sit in the food court where you’ll be able to interact with everyone there. Indeed sublime.

    Finally, on Sunday mornings there is a Collectors fair from 9h to 14h, like coins and stamps. The 2nd floor of the market has also been converted into a touristy ‘cultural’ center. It sells locally produced items such as port and honey, and handicrafts.!!! Yes ::)

    a pity the city tourism don't much on it or nothing, so went outiside to show it.

    What to buy: just go to eat, and if in town long enough buy your foods here, local, fresh, the best especially the fish lol!!!

    What to pay: best prices in town and fresh.

    market at Ribeiro Nova
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    tivoli forum: tivoli forum

    by gwened Written May 29, 2014

    this is a small chic shopping on ave da libertade whre you find Paul Smith clothing and it has an excellent food court of several choices that I use for lunch.

    The shopping is for those seeking the best and brand name, I happened to like Paul Smith.

    The food court is an excellent value and several choices from burgers to pizza to sushi!

    What to buy: mens and womens clothing, paul Smith or DKNY
    also the food court is an excellent value

    What to pay: prices for brand name are good; the food court is an excellent value

    Tivoli Forum entrance on Libertade
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    Pingo Doce: Good for cheap water.

    by leics Updated Apr 19, 2014

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    There's a useful supermarket inside Cais do Sodre station and, on my secon visit, I found another branch tucked away near Rossio station.

    I found buying water there was much cheaper than elsewhere. I imagine the same applies to all Lisbon supermarkets, but the two Pingo Doce branches are the only supermarkets I've spotted in the city centre.

    Small bottles were 10 euro cents each in 2009, but in 2014 cost 32 cents....but that is still well below the prices charged in newsagents, on stalls etc.

    Buying large bottle and refilling your smaller one as necessary would be even cheaper (and greener).

    Pingo Doce also stocks sandwiches, fruit, pastries, wine, beer,the makings for picnic lunches etc etc. The one at Cais do Sodre in particular is a really useful place to know about if you are travelling to or from the coast, and the one near Rossio is perfectly sited for picking a Sintra picnic.

    Pingo Doce
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    ViniPortugal: Wine Tasting

    by solopes Updated Dec 17, 2013

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    Right in the centre of Lisbon, under the arches of Praça do Comercio, one organization including most of the local associations and producers have a shop where you can get all the information needed to buy Portuguese wines, and even taste them.

    It's a good stop.

    Lisbon - Portugal
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    Pingo Doce: Handy supermarket chain in Lisbon

    by WardrobeMK Written May 13, 2013

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    The Pingo Doce supermarket chain is handy for everyday bits and pieces (and for buying yummy food and drink to take back home of course!) in Lisbon.

    (For UK residents = similar to Tesco/Sainsburys)

    To find the nearest one go to this page

    http://www.pingodoce.pt/pt/lojas-pingo-doce

    In the drop down menu choose

    "Lojas"
    "Todas" (and if looking for a bigger version either "Super", "Mega" or "Hiper")
    and under "Todos" choose "Lisboa"

    Use your hotels postcode to find the nearest one - enter it where says "Código Postal"

    Personally I've used the one in Saldanha on Rua Tomas Ribeiro

    https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=Rua+Tom%A1s+Ribeiro,+Lisboa+Region,+Portugal&hl=en&ie=UTF8&ll=38.731699,-9.149176&spn=0.002067,0.010321&sll=38.731715,-9.14835&sspn=0.004586,0.010321&oq=rua+thomas+ribeiro+lisboa&hnear=Rua+Tom%A1s+Ribeiro,+Lisboa,+Portugal&t=m&z=17&layer=c&cbll=38.731695,-9.149177&panoid=t6breHpWNKnQ0TDpQDxokQ&cbp=11,252.84,,0,-0.09

    and the one inside the Campo Pequeno shopping center http://www.campopequeno.com

    https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=Campo+Pequeno,+Lisboa,+Portugal&hl=en&ll=38.742335,-9.146698&spn=0.004134,0.020642&sll=38.731766,-9.149358&sspn=0.004586,0.010321&oq=campo++Lisboa++Portugal&hnear=Campo+Pequeno,+Lisbon,+Portugal&t=m&z=16&layer=c&cbll=38.742328,-9.146702&panoid=-pd1y_qFi1UPZd8i6yvn2A&cbp=11,84.01,,0,-5.15

    Well stocked, loads of fresh produce, great drink selection

    What to buy: Port of course and Pastel de nata, the yummy custard tarts http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pastel_de_nata

    What to pay: Average supermarket prices

    Pinco Doce supermarket
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    Tapetes de Arraiolos: Arraiolos carpets of Portugal

    by SOLODANCER Written Sep 15, 2011

    One's initial and instinctive thought is usually that of a surprise, 'what, Portugal produces its own carpets?' Indeed, surprisingly enough, the country does make carpets; and they're unique and good ones too. Okay, few of us would bother to buy a big item as a carpet to carry home but for those who will not hesitate to spend away, a unique Arraiolos carpet would be a special purchase and a worthy investment no doubt.

    Tho the industry has so much dwindled and scaled down so since its heyday in the time of the Moors during the 14th century when Portugal and Lisbon especially was populated by the invading people from North Africa. And through this occupation of the country that this particular craft was derived from actually which had its origins from Persia. Nowadays, the Arraiolos carpet-making is small-scale compared to the massive carpet industries of Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey and industries centered in muslim Asia...and is based exclusively in its name-sake town of Arraiolos which is north of Evora.

    Like the Persian rugs, the Arraiolos carpet involves a technique that is a form of long-armed cross-stitch which the Portuguese calls 'bordado mourisco'. The patterns vary from animal to floral and other abstract motifs, all based on Islamic interpretation. But these days the designs have evolved under so many including highly modern forms. These carpets have always been used as both wallhangings as well as floorcoverings. Some fantastic ancient ones can be seen at the Museu de Arte Antiga in the Lapa district of Lisbon.

    It's good if one is interested to travel to Alentejo and make a purchase directly from the remaining families that do make them still right in Arraiolos. If not, when one doesn't have the time to explore in Arraiolos itself this great craft still being produced by hand among a few village women, the main shop to visit in Lisbon for them is the Tapetes de Arraiolos located at corner of Rua Imprensa Nacional and Escola Politecnica in the hilly neighborhood of Bairro Alto. They have a wide selection of Arraiolos and will pack and ship but also will take orders of particular design of your own.

    Be warned tho that none of these carpets are cheap which is the case for all quality-made carpets anyhow.

    Arraiolos carpets
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    Market at Castelo Sao Jorge: Market at Sao Jorge

    by Roadquill Updated Jan 27, 2011

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    In and around the grounds at Castelo Sao Jorge are a myriad of booths where you can buy all sorts of items, sort of as vendors would have sold items by the castle 200 years ago.

    What to buy: Clothing items, souvenirs

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    Androm: Big gothic shop

    by Turska Written Mar 21, 2010

    Lots of gothic clothes in small and very hot shop.It was allmost hard to breath here.How do they work here!
    I didn´t buy anything,because they seemed to have everything only about size s or xs.. The staff wasn´t very helpful and the shop was hard to find open.We walked by every day,but it was open only twice.The openeing times didn´t match the truth.
    If it wouldn´t been so hot inside (it wasn´t outside more than +25 or so),I might have spend little more time here.
    Interesting shop,too bad for the prices and bad air.

    What to buy: Lots of mini-shirts for example-for a goth/rock/heavy-people.Laso lots of jackets.I allmost bought a jacket,but we flew by Ryanair,and I had no room in my back!

    What to pay: Less than in Finnish similar shops.Hard to tell exact prices,they vary.

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    BD-mania: For men who never grow old ;)

    by Turska Written Mar 21, 2010

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    Comics,t-shirts,action figures,manga,anime..Figures from comics,movies made of comics..
    I don´t know I should ask my husband to write this-I know only it was so HOT inside there,that I don´t understan how they can work here!And I´m hardly ever saying it´s too hot!

    What to buy: Check the first text.

    What to pay: ?

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    Dark doll: So lovely coupple selling gothic clothes

    by Turska Written Mar 21, 2010

    I think some of you are waiting me to write about gothic clothes shops.So here´s the best we found in Lisbon!
    They have lots of clothes made by the wife otf the coupple,and very nice bags made by their friend.Also many kinds of accesories.

    And the coupple was so friendly and lovely-we felt so wellcome,that it was a shame we didn´t find so much to buy!(too low budget,wrong sizes..) but we´d definetly go back,if we will visit Lisbon one day again!!I did buy handmade hairpins and my husband did buy a t-shirt.

    What to buy: Their own collection,designed by the wife of that coupple!

    What to pay: For a gothic-shop,we think it was cheap.Remembering that they had so much hand made also!

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    Ourivesaria Aliança: Going back in time

    by pieter_jan_v Written Dec 15, 2009

    The best thing of shopping in Lisbon is that you encounter some very original store exteriors and interiors. Ourivesaria Aliança is one of the best examples. The woodcarving on the front is amazing.

    The shop is a Louis XV-style jewelry and watch shop.

    Ourivesaria Alian��a
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    Disco Lecção: Vinyl Records: Disco Lecção

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Nov 29, 2009

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    Disco Lecção is a small shop in Lisbon's Bairro Alto, almost at the top of the stairs coming from Praça Dom Pedro IV.

    The collection is well sorted and there are some hidden gems.

    Unfortunally in the album section, many re-released albums are mixed with original issues.

    It's a vinyl only shop and that makes it very interesting to collectors.

    What to buy: Records!

    What to pay: Prices at the high end.

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    Crew Hassan: Second Hand Books & Records: Crew Hassan

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Aug 3, 2009

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    Crew Hassan is a collective shop with second hand merchandise, like clothing, books and music (records included).

    There's also a barber shop in one corner of the space and the Santa Cruz Tattoo club.

    Business hours;
    Mo-Fr: Noon - 10PM
    Sa: 2PM - 10PM

    What to pay: Relative low prices.

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    Vinil Experience: Vinyl Records; Vinil Experience

    by pieter_jan_v Written Aug 3, 2009

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    Vinil Experience is a 2 room shop, hidden at the 2nd floor at Rua de Loreto.

    A strange shop, because there is a cast loaded with album, but locked for the visitors.

    For the rest there are some nice items, but the total quantity of the merchandise is not that big.

    What to buy: Records!

    Vinil Experience Vinil Experience and its owner Vinil Experience - Albums Vinil Experience - Interior Vinil Experience - Albums
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