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Private Tour: Lisbon Walking Tour
"Meet your guide in central Lisbon and set off on your private walking tour of this fascinating city.Stop first in Rossio Square (Praça do Rossio) Lisbon’s main meeting place since the Middle Ages. Gaze at the fountains and buildings and admire the 19th-century black and white wave-shaped mosaics that cover the square.Walk to Restauradores Square (Praça dos Restauradores) where a 98-foot (30-meter) high obelisk commemorates Portugal’s independence from Spain in 1640. Here take in the art deco Eden Theatre building 18th-century Foz Palace and Liberdade Avenue the 19th-century boulevard that is Lisbon’s main lifeblood.Also
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Lisbon City Tour
"In the comfort of an Air Condition Veichell and in the company of a nice guide meet and discover the city of 7 hills and all its typical quarters passing of course in many of the traditional ways of the classic trams enjoy the ancient medieval quarters and 18th century Lisbon - rebuild after 1755 earthquake.From Bairro Alto to Alfama from Chiado to Downtown from Estrela to Lapa everyone find the history of Lisbon and the main part of its monuments: St. Jorge's Castle Sé de Alfama Carmo Church Parliament
From EUR39.00
Lisbon Combo: Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with Four Routes Including Tram
"Get four views of Lisbon with one ticket! As you travel the four routes – by open-top bus minibus and tram – see Lisbon by hopping on and off as much as you’d like. Tagus Tour:Ride the open-top bus along the Tagus River and hop off to visit the Square of the Fig Tree (Praça da Figueira) the majestic Rossio Square (Praça de D. Pedro IV) and the busy Restauradores Square (Praça dos Restauradores). Continue your tour to Avenida da Liberdade and Marquess of Pombal Square (Praça do Marquês de Pombal). And like a cherry on your cake a monumental Belém area.Olisipo Tour:This route in an open-top bus stops at the Oceanarium which houses 16000 birds
From EUR26.00

Shopping centers and malls Tips (56)

Shopping centers and malls: Colombo

Colombo is a huge mall built on an American pattern.
There are :
- 400 shops, mainly focused on clothes, shoes and sportware
- a supermarket Continente
- a cinema
- 50 restaurants from the fast food to the gastronomic one
- a food court.

What to buy Everything.
But no outlet stores.

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May 14, 2004

Corte Ingles: Who knew they were here too?

We were going to the farmer's market, but it rained so much in the night that it was a bunch of mud holes. However, my last full day for that trip wasn't a total bore. José, Joaquina, and I went to what had to be the world's largest store, the Corte Ingles. I thought they were only in Spain, only this was bigger than any one of those I had seen in downtown Madrid- even that big one in Las Rozas. I mean it had a toy store, a souvenir shop, even a Benetton! There must be a Benetton in hell!

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Apr 22, 2004

Continente: Hipermarket

Nice and (usually) cheap hipermarket where you can find plenty of things.
Useful to backpackers and independent travellers on a budget.

It's open mondays to saturdays from 09h to midnight and sundays from 09h to 13h.

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Jan 08, 2004

Shopping centers and malls: Shopping maniacs - Colombo it's you santuary!!

If you want a shopping center which as almost everything you can't miss "Colombo".
It's one of the biggest malls in Europe.
Almost every international fashion store is there.

What to buy Clothes, furniture, cosmetics, toys, books, cds, dvds, software, candles, shoes, ... and also restaurants, snack-bars, cinemas, fun area, etc.

What to pay You have prices for all tastes!!

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Nov 13, 2003
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Shopping centers and malls: Colombo Shopping Mall

The biggest shopping mall of the Iberian Peninsula, with more then 420 shops. Many times quantity doesn't mean quality, but Colombo has both!

It includes about 60 restaurants, 10 movie theaters, an health club and a covered amusement park.

It is open everyday from 10am to 12pm.

What to buy Everything you can imagine.

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Oct 01, 2003

Shopping centers and malls: Centro Comercial Vasco da Gama

This shopping mall is in the Expo zone. During the exposition it was one of the entries.

This mall is quite pleasant, with a maritime theme. Notice the water running in the glass ceilings, you can frequently spot seagulls there looking down to people!

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Sep 11, 2003

Shopping centers and malls: Centro Comercial Amoreiras

I like this one in particular because i'm use to it. It's smaller than the other ones I talk about in my previous tips, so easier to get yourself an orientation for shopping, without loosing your north direction. :)
This one has nice clothes and shoes stores.

Jun 20, 2003

Shopping centers and malls: Centro Comercial Colombo

Another Cathedral to spend money!!!
This one is one of the biggest in Europe - if not the biggest. Virtually Hundreds of stores with everything you can think of. If you're a shopping addict like me, expect to spend a day or so here, buyng, buyng buyng :)))
You will see your money runing out of your pocket easy LOL

Jun 20, 2003
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"Keeweechic's Lisbon"
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"My home town"
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"Lisbon, Portugal"
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Shopping centers and malls: Centro Comercial Vasco da Gama

Well, I use to do all my shopping in malls. I spend here a ggreat part of my time as well as my money...of course!!! :)
Forget all tourist shoping most of the people use to do - "I love Lisbon" tshirts, Port wine botles , etc etc.
Expect to do serious shopping, great fashion brands there :)

What to buy Everything except classic touristic garbage - like t shirts, lisbon aquarelle, etc

What to pay Malls are expensive than street comerce stores

Jun 20, 2003

Colombo Shopping Centre...: Huge mall in 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...

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May 13, 2003

El Corte Ingles: They've got it all

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.

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Mar 27, 2003

Centro Comercial Colombo: The big one!

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!

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Dec 06, 2002

Things to Do Near Lisbon

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Castelo de São Jorge

Since its Moorish beginnings, the Castelo de Sao Jorge has taken a beating, but it has not really seen much action. The castle was built by the Moors, but taken in a rare success during the Second...
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Igreja de São Vicente de Fora

High up in the Alfalma district, you'll find the Igreja de São Vicente de Fora. The monastery is dedicated to Lisbon's patron saint, Saint Vincent, whose relics were brought here from the Algarve in...
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Feira da Ladra - Thieves Market

Lisbon's flea market is called locally the Feira da Ladra or "Thieves’ Market" (in the original Portuguese, it is a woman thief!). A market of this type is thought to have been in place in Lisbon...
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Casa do Alentejo

Right on the busiest, most touristic street in downtown Lisbon called Ruas Portas de San Antao, just above Rossio square, the same street lined by restaurants with those big fish tanks and glass...
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Teatro Nacional D. Maria II

Built in 1846 upon the ruins of a former palace used by Inquisition, the national theatre D. Maria II suffered a strong fire in 1964 saving only the walls. Being the most emblematic building in...
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Sé de Lisboa Cathedral - Igreja de Santa Maria Maior

Like many cathedrals in Portugal the one in Lisbon is much more functional than florid. It feels more like a fortress than the ornate architecture of Notre Dame or St Paul's. It also has a New World...
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