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This & That

We love Branca Lagarto and Natacha Tavares Pinto’s narrow, light-filled shop for unique, accessible Portuguese design pieces. The walls...

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Silva & Feijoo

This legendary kitchen and gourmet shop is worth visiting for the facade alone—practically untouched since the store opened almost...

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Fashion Clinic

One of Portugal’s only department stores, Fashion Clinic has floor space devoted to all the major designers (Stella McCartney,...

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Loja Real

This adorable shop in Príncipe Real is a go-to for European (and often handmade) kids’ brands, featuring everything from...

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39a

What we love about 39a is that it’s much more shop-able than your average concept store. Owner Raquel Prates...

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Solar

This shop is decorated from floor to ceiling in stunning, intricate, and mostly blue-and-white antique tiles from every era...

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Embaixada

One of Lisbon’s most impressive developments, Embaixada is a series of shops that form a gallery inside a neo-Moorish...

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A Vida Portuguesa

This shop sells mostly classic Portuguese products—from kitchenware to toiletries, to stationery, to… detergent and floor wax (in colorful...

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Feira Da Ladra

Lisbon’s big open air flea market, which has been taking place since the 12th century, now assembles every Tuesday...

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Pacific Standard Books

Hands-down one of the city’s coolest bookshops, Pacific Standard Books is located in a loft space in Belltown. Here,...