open air markets, Sintra

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Sao Pedro's square, Sintra

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    by Turska
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    by Turska
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    open air markets: Lots of cheap staff

    by Turska Written Mar 16, 2010

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    Lots of clothes (my husband bought short-pants,witch tored out at first wash :D
    I´m not sure what would be a good thing to buy here.Nothing is very good quality.Maybe beatch-clothes?Maybe you will find something nice-who knows.
    Lively market is held in the suburb of São Pedro on the second and fourth Sundays of each month.
    Markets are fun to visit anyway-at least we think so.

    What to buy: Can´t say.Maybe some antics?If you are lucky.

    What to pay: very little

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    Fair of Sao Pedro: Fair of Sao Pedro

    by johnsakura Written Jan 30, 2004

    This Market dates back to the time of the Christian Reconquest. In the time of Dona Maria I it was subjected to municipal regulations and is the most characteristic event of the kind in the Borough of Sintra, owing to the quality and diversity of the products transacted.

    What to buy: everything, from clothes, shoes, fresh produce, local food, cookies, chickens, etc...

    What to pay: least expensive than the normal.

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