Adolpho Lisboa Municipal Market, Manaus
(3.9/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web)
Modeled after the famous Les Halles Market in Paris, Adolpho Lisboa Municipal Market is the city’s main marketplace and one of its most recognizable landmarks. Founded in 1882, this market is also the city’s oldest. Today the structure stands as a reminder of the city’s past wealth, amassed by the region’s rubber barons of the 19th century. These local businessmen appreciated European art and culture, and often invested in building projects that copied famous structures of Paris and London. At this location you can purchase local fruit, vegetables, and fresh fish. Make a short stop at this historical site to learn about the city’s long history, or drop in for a quick bite at one of the area’s popular restaurants. Add Adolpho Lisboa Municipal Market and other attractions to your Manaus trip itinerary using our Manaus itinerary planner.
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  • I would have appreciated the typical fruits and then the cuisine popular in addition to David's fish. But the place is little airy, tight and narrow corridors so that the local professionals harass tourists lost in the corridors. It is noticed that local consumers have the mãnha to enter, collect and leave. But the tourist who wants to meet, is lost because everything is messy and chaotic. The part of the fish is the worst part: I was under the impression left with fish guts in her hair and scales in the dress. Flies and heat complete the adventure. Too bad ... do not recommend.
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  • The range of products of the region impressed but disappointed if you drive out there thinking they will eat tacacá or eat a fish of the region at the time. There's so much variety of fish like I thought it would have.
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  • The market is an example of local culture. Gastronomicas options, shopping for typical products, opportunity to talk to the local people. Bought soaps made from regional products, oils and herbs.
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  • Uma Obra de Arte
  • The freshwater fish market with greater diversity so far! And I visited many markets of the world.
  • Lots of stuff here. Worth a look
  • bonito
  • Deveria ser mais limpo