Vasco da Gama Shopping Center, Lisbon

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With 170 stores, the ultra-modern Vasco da Gama Shopping Center sells clothes, electronics, household items, plants, perfume, books, and travel goods. Overlooking the Tejo River, the mall also features 33 restaurants, six cinema screens, a health club, parks, fountains, ponds, and an aquarium. Take a leisurely walk through four stories of the site and browse international brand stores and boutiques, including Zara, H&M, Nike, Levis, Massimo Dutti, Stradivarius, Cortefiel, and Lacoste, among many. Check out Swarovski jewels, buy funny gifts and toys, or get your hair done. Inspirock's itinerary builder makes planning a Lisbon trip simple and quick.
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  • Characteristic air port area Mall place inside a futuristic structure of good taste with a variety of shops, also signed by offering products of excellent quality. Also offers catering and leisure spots. If you're in the area worth visiting.
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  • The Vasco da Gama Shopping Center is part of the complex of Parque das Nações, which is very wide and beautiful. If you have time it is worth visiting. He is huge with many shops we know and others with specific products from Portugal. The food court is huge with prices to suit all budgets. Not to be missed is the ice cream in the shape of a flower. To get here just take the metro red line and get off at the station. Use the Live ticket, valid for 2 days Trip.
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  • Vasco da Gama is a mall very close to the airport, so it is a mall that is always full, and you have a little time is an interesting Mall to buy those things that are missing, but did not indicate to shop higher for that really is always full, there's not as many offers as for example at the Mall Columbus, which besides being much bigger always have great deals! I also want to highlight that Vasco da Gama and very beautiful, and has a good food court, for me it is worth the visit.
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  • Named after one of the world's biggest explorer. It has a lot of light. It has almost everystore as the biggest cc in the country. The roof has an amazing place to eat and some real restaurants to eat. The elevator has an interesting ambience. The celling at the last floor is interesting. It also bankrupt small businesses in the city :(.
  • Really nice place with lot's of options on food, shopping or seating areas only to stay, relax and enjoy the view. The lifts have some special video with entertainment about tge level. Staff friendly and generally everything is well maintained and cleaned around the areas. Near to the train station that connect with metro and rail services.
  • This is a HUGE mall. There are so many levels and stores and restaurants. It's very clean and nice and when I was there had many pretty holiday decorations. The Continente grocery store on the bottom level was very large.
  • Huge (multi level) shopping mall featuring some high end international retailers, there is a cinema with multiple movie theatres, food court, opticians, pharmacy, grocery stores. It is equipped with digital direction systems in every level. Opens daily from 9 am until midnight. Located across the road from Oriente station and also close to the sea.
  • It's simply a mall. But please don't get me wrong, it's a good one. But the best is the location near a train and subway stations.

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