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Feira da Ladra, Lisbon
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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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  • This is kind of a flea market, with all sort of things. You can buy from a pan to toys or clothes. it's an open air market so i guess on rainy days there is no market. 
  • Maybe, in the days of Fernando Pessoa, this fair has been good. He is currently a mess. There are several exhibitors who put several items of a dubious origin uninteresting. Even the "antique" items are not very attractive. Out that, unfortunately, is nothing but a sense of security. At any moment, I imagined it would be robbed. The most interesting is to note the old buildings in the region, following the example of the Capitol and move on in the neighborhood. Do not recommend this fair.
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  • Nothing special or noteworthy with regard to other markets except its great dimension. Only go if you spare time.
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  • To be found on the streets behind the National Pantheon on every Tuesday and Saturday, from dawn to dusk numerous sellers and buyers trending goods for the money. It is the largest and oldest market in Portugal that sells household items used and new. Antiques and hand-made merchandise are being selling at places. Something for everyone!
  • We have been there on Saturday. Atmosphere is fantastic, very crowded, full of people selling any kind of stuff. You can easily spend half day walking through this amazing place.
  • Beautiful local market, on Saturday and Tuesdays. Make sure to come early as they start leaving from 1PM. Worth the visit.
  • Nothing you cannot find in other similar markets (e.g. El rastro in Madrid), a bit small but nice. I'd recommend visiting it if you are around or very close (e.g. In the mausoleum) but not to go there specificly for this
  • Great place to mooch about. Good mix of tat, junk and new. The market cafe has the best food and drink, but plenty of cafes to chose from.