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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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  • General Supermarket: Real fresh milk in Portugeuse supermarkets

    by JacNon Written May 7, 2014

    It wasn't the shop, it was being able to have nice English tea wish fresh milk. I'm so terribly English. Tea bags are another story, take as many as you can manage, Five Euro was the cheapest I saw them for sale, and it was a tiny box of 40 bags.

    I was amazed that most of the fruit looked off, in this particular shop. Perhaps it was just poor management.

    What to buy: I love their local cheese in the north, it is sweet and delicious. Buy it at Lidl, its half the price.

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    PortugalHeart: E-Crafts

    by solopes Updated Dec 17, 2013

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    Some friends decided to create a shop online for Portuguese crafts. They have in mind to choose the best in several materials that it is made in our region (Leiria District) and, if succeeded, enlarge the idea to the whole country.

    It's a nice site, and, even if you don't want to buy, it's a good place to look at some examples of top quality in Portuguese handicrafts.

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    Selected souvenir shops: Nativity scene sets, not the traditional ones

    by berenices Updated Jul 4, 2010

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    What to buy: Close to the Christmas season, the Christian world is swamped with nativity scenes of all types and sizes, from the cheap cardboard version, plastic ones, wooden ones, to glass, ceramic or some other more expensive material like porcelain. Often they show the usual characters, Joseph, Mary and the baby Jesus, the three kings, the shepherds, the lowly animals all in somber awe, looking very solemn, the set projecting a holy and religious atmosphere.

    On my trips around Portugal, I've seen a unique and very interesting twist to this otherwise heavy theme -- this time projecting an artistic comic humour, without any dour note in it. This was an approach started by one artist (don't remember the name) using clay, with figures very much evoking the rough hardy life of the main characters, rustic and rural. But the main thing is the distortion of the shapes, and the expression on their faces -- ironically making these characters more realistic (which i so much more prefer than the perfect angelic faces as they are usually portrayed), life like, and very loveable. The creativity and skill that these figures show is fascinating, and only limited by the imagination of the artist -- Joseph can be balding, Mary can have short hair, the kings can be short, the baby Jesus can have a knot of hair standing on end, the animals can be wide eyed.

    These sets are not sold in all souvenir shops (certainly not the hole in the wall ones found in Rua Augusta, or those Chinese or Indian-owned ones selling more of the low end stuff). In the touristic center of Lisbon, I have seen them in the bigger, and older shops. They cost anywhere upwards of 50 euros, depending on the size and complexity, and can easily cost around 150 for the bigger ones. No two sets are the same, as far as I know, each is uniquely designed. Most of these are sets that you place on a flat surface, but others are for hanging on walls. These things are keepers, and are a very good souvenir of something truly Portuguese in craft and design. Also perfect as gifts.

    What to pay: At least 50 euros (small figures) to anywhere around 150 euros for more complex sets

    A small set A hanging set
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    Municipal Market, Cascais

    by hopang Updated May 8, 2009

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    Wide range of items are available at Municipal Market in Cascais especially clothings and textiles, shoes, leather products such as travelling bags, belts and handbags, toys, household goods, CDs, DVDs and souvenirs.

    What to buy: Souvenitrs can be purchased quite cheaply from the Municipal Markets in Cascais.

    What to pay: Reasonable price, it has to be said.

    Municipal Market
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    Lisboa - Rua Augusta

    by ant1606 Written Sep 19, 2006

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    It might not be the best shopping area for prices and selection, but Rua Augusta seems to be the preferred "strip" for locals and visitors who want to stroll around. This busy pedestrian street connects Praça Dom Pedro IV, also nicknamed Rossio, and Praça do Comercio. Here are some elegant stores but also a good number of bars and a few simple restaurants. The mosaic typical "calçada Portuguesa" pavement combines black and white stones to form nice patterns.

    Lisboa - Rua Augusta
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    Port Wine

    by ant1606 Updated Sep 18, 2006

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    Any trip to Portugal should include Port wine tasting. This fluid is made from grapes growing in the vineyards of the Douro valley, the river being the natural waterway to move the raw material downstream to the estuary city of Porto. On the opposite bank of the Ribeira district are most of the major brand wineries and tours are organized for sampling and shopping.
    Rather than here, I believe better prices can be found at specialty liquor stores carrying Port wine of any kind and aging.

    Port Wine store
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    All over the country: Pottery and Tiles

    by TinKan Updated Nov 20, 2005

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    Portugal is famous for its pottery and fine tile work. You can find many different types of tiles and different types of handcrafted pottery from the south to the north of the country. Each area has its own specialty and each is unique.

    What to buy: Make sure you purchase a plate or two that are made by locals and not imported. There are many great artist in Portugal and their work is wonderful.

    Pottery of Portugal
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    Anywhere: Fresh Foods

    by mrshlomi Written Jun 5, 2005

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    The markets are fantastic places to shop, ask at the hotel when the Gypsy Market in Quarteria runs, it was quite an experience and the fresh produce was fantastic, probably the best I have ever tasted. Be wary of the eggs though, its hard to find unfertilized eggs, which came as quite a supprise to us. For about 1 euro we bought a kilo of fresh strawberries, its fantastic!

    What to pay: Generally cheap, make sure to buy lots of oranges.

    The Quarteria Market

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    Contemporary handicraft-Oficina da Terra-Evora: Contemporary handicraft-Oficina da Terra-Evora

    by johnsakura Written May 28, 2005

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    This shop is on of the most special places in Evora concerning you have a unique regional handicraft with a great contemporary taste. All this ceramics are made and painted by young artists Tiago Cabeca and Magda Ventura.

    Prizes these artists have won:

    National Contemporary Handicrafts 1st Prize, 2001-2003
    Roll of honor on contemporary handicrafts FIA2003
    1.st Prize FIA 2002 Contemporary Handicrafts
    Nathional Roll of Honor contemporary crafts 2003/2005
    1.st prize St.John Crafts – Évora
    Mais Alentejo Prizes 2004
    National Contemporary Handicrafts 1st Prize, FIA 2001
    Contemporary Handicrafts 1st Prize, FIA 2000
    1st Place on Roll of Honour FIA 2000
    2nd Prize - Evoramonte Euro Convention

    What to buy: You can visit their atelier/shop/gallery and actually see how Tiago shapes the clay to give life to these amazing characters of many kinds.
    You can buy all sorts of clay sculptures hand painted. Great choice great price for something unique.

    What to pay: well it depends of the piece, but remember this are unique pieces so the price is a bit higher of the other local handicraft made in series thousands looking the same that you will find all over Evora. this is why i find this special and you will have somthing artisticaly made also

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    Contemporary handicraft-Oficina da Terra-Evora: Contemporary handicraft-Oficina da Terra-Evora

    by johnsakura Written May 28, 2005

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    This shop is on of the most special places in Evora concerning you have a unique regional handicraft with a great contemporary taste. All this ceramics are made and painted by young artists Tiago Cabeca and Magda Ventura.

    Prizes these artists have won:

    National Contemporary Handicrafts 1st Prize, 2001-2003
    Roll of honor on contemporary handicrafts FIA2003
    1.st Prize FIA 2002 Contemporary Handicrafts
    Nathional Roll of Honor contemporary crafts 2003/2005
    1.st prize St.John Crafts – Évora
    Mais Alentejo Prizes 2004
    National Contemporary Handicrafts 1st Prize, FIA 2001
    Contemporary Handicrafts 1st Prize, FIA 2000
    1st Place on Roll of Honour FIA 2000
    2nd Prize - Evoramonte Euro Convention

    What to buy: You can visit their atelier/shop/gallery and actually see how Tiago shapes the clay to give life to these amazing characters of many kinds.
    You can buy all sorts of clay sculptures hand painted. Great choice great price for something unique.

    What to pay: well it depends of the piece, but remember this are unique pieces so the price is a bit higher of the other local handicraft made in series thousands looking the same that you will find all over Evora. this is why i find this special and you will have somthing artisticaly made also

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    Portuguese Handworks: Made to Order

    by grandmaR Written May 18, 2005

    I had read Emily Kimbrough's book about touring in Portugual, and I was anxious to see the things she wrote about. I even bought a rug (pictured) from the same lady that she did.

    What to buy: I went to the apartment of the lady mentioned in the book, and picked the design and size that I wanted. Then there were yarn samples so I picked out the colors that I wanted. They wove the rug and sent it to me.

    I don't have the address or name of the place, and I'm pretty sure that it no longer exists.

    Rug in 2004 that I bought in 1964
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    Various: Something Useful

    by grandmaR Written Mar 19, 2005

    I bought the hat (which says Portugual) and the shorts and top (which has a scene embroidered on the front with a chain as part of it) in Portugual. I found that clothes which could be worn were a better buy than things that sat around like pottery roosters, although I bought those things too.

    Children's clothes are less fashion/trendy than clothing for adults. Little kids can get away with wearing things that would look funny on adults - on children the same things look charming.

    Daughter in Portuguese Outfit
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