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Markets & Fairs

Markets & Fairs

Lisbon’s fairs all have completely different atmospheres, sellers and buyers. From fairs selling traditional handicrafts to the most recent urban arts and crafts, vintage objects and organic produce markets, there are fairs and markets in Lisbon to suit every taste. The best known is the flea market, the Feira da Ladra, which stores memories through the ages of a departed past. There are also countless small markets, such as the Feira das Almas or the market at LX Factory, which are more urban oriented and enjoyable to discover.
And don’t forget to visit the organic markets in the city where you can find the best produce of certified and sometimes even designated origin, with natural products and original flavours.


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A unique and multicultural market in the Anjos neighbourhood of Lisbon, one of the most traditional areas of the city. You’ll find a lot of original stuff to buy.


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Every Saturday, in the garden of Campo Pequeno, you’ll find stalls full of the authentic, certified and organic flavours of Lisbon – and Portugal.


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Urban handicrafts meet residential neighbourhood in this Lisbon market, where it’s worth spending some time. Discover a different bairro from those in the tourist guides.


Fairs and Markets of Príncipe Real
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Take full benefit of this street market in one of the most select neighbourhoods of Lisbon and find unique and vintage objects at knock-down prices.


Feira da Ladra (Flea Market)
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Discover treasures at Lisbon’s most iconic market, the Feira da Ladra, or flea market, where there’s always something original, kitsch or vintage to be found.


Feira de Alfarrabistas (Antique Book Fair)
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Take the chance to buy a book and spend the next hour in a pavement café watching the time and people pass by at the best human observatory in Lisbon: Chiado.


Feira na Avenida (Fair in the Avenue)
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Find traditional and auteur handicrafts, antiques, design objects, antique books and collector’s items, alongside organic and gourmet food producers that will delight you.


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The FeirAlegria shows all the new trends and creations in urban handicrafts and design, besides having products and entertainment specifically for kids.


Mercado de Fusão (Feira do Martim Moniz) (Fusion Market)
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In one of the areas of Lisbon with most foreign communities, the Fusion Market brings the planet closer together via a journey through its typical flavours.


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Climb up to Graça, with the help of the no. 28, for the Feira de Artesanato Urbano da Graça every last weekend of the month, the extra push you need to face the slopes.