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A trip to Lisbon is not complete without a visit to one of its famous open-air markets, including one of the most popular called Feira da Ladra or "Thieves Market," which offers a little bit of everything.
This market was open on a Saturday morning ... A long uphill walk to the famous church ... A large open air market ... Traders selling a few secondhand items to larger stores ... good live music ... Go with a purpose and be prepared...More
Keeping in mind that a flea market is comprised of 99.9999% trash, we found Lisbon’s “Thieves Market” to be a very enjoyable experience. Aside from the usual flea market souvenirs, there are the odd artistic and architectural treasures to be found. Some of the regular...More
On our last full day in Lisbon we started our day here looking for gifts and souvenirs and were pleasantly surprised at the variety of items on offer. Under the blooming jacaranda trees some of the venders lay their goods out on large tarps, piles...More
Serves a purpose if you’re looking for something to do on a Saturday or Tuesday but don’t expect to be blown away. Essentially a large garage sale. I’m sure there are a few diamonds in the rough but good luck looking through the multitude of...More
The Feira da Ladra Flea Market is about more than the search for the best bargain in town. Bargain hunting is a large part of the thrill of visiting.
Their are many goods for sale. Linens, Doilies, Clothing, Bags, Books, Dishes, Collectibles, Media, Tiles, and...More
We went on a Saturday. Also open on Tuesdays. Busy but not bad at 10 am. By 1:00 packed. We bought earrings, purses, wallets, street art, photos, other jewelry. All sorts of treasure. Go! Have coffee and pastries or breakfast/lunch at top of hill at...More
The Feira da Ladro is a century old antique market in Lisbon
selling most second hand goods,antiques,vintage clothing,household items and handicrafts.
Open on Tuesdays and Saturdays with the shops grouped in stalls and goods spread out on the pavement, the market comes alive in the...More
We heard about this street market and it is only open on Tuesdays and Saturdays. We decided to walk to it.
The market is not that far from the castle and is a up a hill.
It covers a couple of streets and consists of...More
You can be thankful that most common travel guides don't mention Graça and São Vicente that often. Part of Lisbon's historic center and "Old Town", they feel like independent villages in the capital's center, and more untouched than Alfama. Amazing views, restaurants and parks, as well as important monuments like the S. Vicente Church and the National Pantheon, make this a spectacular option for those looking for a more
tranquil walk-around in the center of Lisbon. Graça has been the choice of many younger people over the past years, both nationals and expats, given the cozy feeling of the neighborhood and its hidden secrets.