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Feira da Ladra, Lisbon
Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
Visit Lisbon's legendary flea market, Feira da Ladra, in operation since the 12th century. You could spend a long time exploring the stalls selling second-hand and brand new goods. Other vendors choose to lay out their wares on blankets. Find handmade artisan goods, CDs, books, clothes, stamps, coins, military objects, antiques, and furniture, among many others. Bargaining is sometimes possible, but many vendors have gotten used to tourists spending freely. Be careful of pickpockets in the area and keep your purses closed. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Lisbon holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Feira da Ladra and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Para quem gosta de antiguidade e de se perder entre diversas opções esse é um passeio legal! Muitas barraquinhas com artigos bem interessantes! Pechinche antes de comprar!For those who enjoy seniority and get lost between several options this is a nice ride! Many stalls with interesting articles! Barter before buying!show original
Leuke manier om jezelf een uur of twee bezig te houden. Op deze vlooienmarkt is echt van alles te vinden: van pennen en tennisballen tot verstopte juweeltjes.Nice way to make yourself an hour or two. On this flea market is really everything: of pins and balls to clogged gems.show original
Hay muchas cosas, y muy interesantes algunas y otras no tanto,pero hay de todo. Lo que no me gusto fue ver como se venden los azulejos de los edificios antiguos, aunque es tentador creo que los turist... read more »There are many things, and very interesting some and others not so much, but there is everything. What I didn't like was to see how the tiles of the old buildings are sold, although it is tempting to think that tourists should buy them, in a certain way is to contribute to the looting of heritageshow original
The place is ok. I think is loosing the magic, must of the stuff is just junk, and there is the "new stuff" that looks weird in a place like this. If you know what you want maybe you can find it here, if you are just looking around it can be a little bit frustrating.
will need more than 1 hour to check every vendors, or just 10 mins to gaze for your desired item among all other junks. Most vendors close at 5pm.
Eclectic mix of merchandise offered by an equally eclectic mix of vendors. From handmade crafts, jewelry and clothes to beautifully worn and aged antiques to discarded cell phones and toys. Beautiful views of the city, river and its people.
Good for a walk around and only see or to buy. Lots of interesting things ! Tuesdays and Saturdays ! Best stuff is available early.
Very colourful full of life unmissable (just be aware of pick-pocketing if you travelling on the number 28 tram)!
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