Shopping centers and malls, Lisbon
Colombo Shopping Centre is a huge mall in Benfica area, the biggest and most diverse in Lisbon...
Use the subway and head to “Colégio Militar” station... Than you find a real shopping temple... Colombo...
If you use a car you pay the parking and spend sometime nearby because of car congestion...
What to buy: About anything you wish, all anchor stores, services, franchising and food-chains make their presence...
What to pay: Avoid buying: large furniture, jewels or art pieces, they can be found cheaper if you look in the right places out of big malls...
Address: Avenue (Avenida Lusíada)
Directions: Subway station (Colégio Militar) or freeway (Segunda Circular) near Benfica stadium...
I didn't realize that Portugal had an El Corte Ingles (it's a Spanish store), but there is a great one in northern Lisbon near the Gulbenkian Museum.
The store has everything from food courts, to gift shops, to clothes, music, books, groceries, etc., etc. . . .
You should also check El Corte Ingles before buying tourist trinkets and souvenirs. Often you'll find better deals here than you would in the smaller shops in the city.
Address: Avenue Antonio Augusto De Aguiar, 31
Directions: Metro: Sebastião
Complete shopping centre, uniquely situated near Estádio da Luz.
Monday to Sunday from 10:00-00:00.
What to pay: Lisbon is a very expensive town.
And after € introduction some shops increased prices...a lot!..Take the calculator of the wallet...and start using it!
Address: Avenida Lusíada 1500 Lisboa
Directions: Easily accessible by car and public transport. Distances: centre at 5 minutes by car.
One of the monuments along the shopping area Liberdade Av.
Liberdade Av is THE place to go for shopping retail outlets, and good restaurants!
It is really nice looking modern place with a lot of nice things to buy. But prices are so terrible high, that I decided to buy what I need in Lithuania ;-) But it is nice to visit.
Centro comercial Colombo is the biggest shopping center in Portugal, it has more than 420 shops, 60 restaurants, 10 cinemas, health center...
It is open from 10-24hr.
What to buy: everything
Address: Av. Lus?ada, 1500-392 Lisboa
Directions: By metro: Take the blue line -Linha Azul / Esta??o Col?gio Militar
Only 250 shops, a food court and a cinema.
This mall is smallezr than Colombo and built before.
Open : 10AM to 12PM
Address: Avenida Duarte Pacheco
Directions: Metro : Marques de Pombal (10 min walk)
A large Spanish departments store. Expensive as all the departments stores.
Open : 10AM to 10PM (Mon to Sat)
Address: 31 Avenida Antonio Augusto de Aguiar
Directions: Metro : Sao Sebastiao
Nice and (usually) cheap supermarket where you can find lots of things.
Useful to backpackers and independent travellers on a budget.
Directions: Go to "Olivais" subway station. Exit the station and look for a shopping center called "Olivais Shopping". Pingo Doce is on the lower floor.
this shopping mall is located in the Expo98 area in Parque das Nacoes. by subway take the red line until Oriente.
Another view of the shopping mall. you can see hte terrace where the tables in the restaurant aread stand.