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Centro Colombo, Lisbon

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  • Loved the Ambiance and the shopping spirit in Portugal at this location. The bargains are available...everywhere and you have eating choices: al a carte or balcony seatings with views. 
  • Great Mall, maybe too big. The subway arrives just below the place so it's really nice when it rains. A positive point; space bowling/cinema / games, it really busy.
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  • Ideal to do when it rains. Very large mall with some double signs. A supermarket downstairs, and a top floor dedicated to the restaurants. Do for shopping fans, many signs.
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  • Best Mall in Lisbon area. Modern building, lots of shops / restaurants. Adjacent to subway and Benfica football ground.
  • Amazing shopping center with a lot of different stores. You can also find places to sit down that serve coffee and desert. Easy subway access.
  • lot's of shops, nearby Estádio da Luz!
  • Possibly the most famous and overused shopping centre in Lisbon, I wouldn't recomend it to tourists as you can get a much more pleasent shopping experience downtown (baixa pombalina). Although you do see tourists taking pictures and selfies at the main entrance (god knows why would you would want selfies of a shopping mall) However, if you absolutely positively need to buy a lot of stuff quickly and easily, or you want a cinema, then this is a place (I would still try the mall at Baixa do Chiado or the Vasco da Gama mall first, better locations). Accessibility-wise is fine, bus (avoid!) And tube (Metro) is there, albeit it's nothing the other two shopping malls I mentioned above don't have as well, so again, just visit those instead. Colombo is not very pleasently located, and it's quite prone to have the portuguese version of chavs and dodgy looking teenagers. Really, go to the other 2...
  • This huge shopping centre is next to the 'Estadio da Luz', the Benfica football stadium. We went there on a match day so it was really crowded, not sure if that's always the case. The shopping centre had a big variety of shops and restaurants. There is also a supermarket in the mall.