Updated November 2, 2022. Where to shop in Lisbon? Here is a guide to 16 of Lisbon’s best malls and shopping options, including shopping centers, outlet malls, galleries, markets, and high streets. You will find local and international brands, and something for all budgets.
Armazéns do Chiado Shopping Mall
Address: Rua do Carmo 2
Metro: Baixa-Chiado station (Blue or green line)
Hours: Weekdays 10 am – 10:30 pm, Weekends and holidays 10 am – 3:30 pm
One of the best and most convenient malls in Lisbon is the six-story Armazéns do Chiado shopping center located in the heart of the old town.
Built in 1848, the “Chiado Warehouses” were rebuilt following a fire that destroyed the building in 1988.
Today this upscale mall has 55 shops. There is a 15 restaurant, food court on the sixth floor which offers non-touristy prices.
The elevator can also be used to move between the Baixa district (downtown) and Bairro Alto (uptown- on the hilltop).
Centro Vasco da Gama
Address: Avenida Dom João II 40
Metro: Oriente Station (Red line)
Hours: 10am – 10:30 pm
Lisbon may be a medieval city, but it also offers plenty of stunning modern architecture.
Take the red line to the Oriente station, which is across the street from the marvelous Vasco da Gama mall.
Both buildings are examples of this modern architecture that you will see in the Parque das Nações neighborhood.
At one end of the mall you have the former grand entrance to Expo 98, and at the other end, a beautiful terrace overlooking the Parque das Nações.
In between, you will find 142 stores and 52 restaurants. Among them: Di Casa, Ericeira Surf and Skate, Levi, Gato Preto Living Spaces, FNAC, Guess, H&M
You might want to schedule shopping here with a visit to the Lisbon Oceanarium nearby.
Address: Praça do Príncipe Real, 26
Metro: Take the Ascensor da Gloria up to Bairro Alto, Restauradores is the closest metro station (Blue line) to the elevator
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Embaixada Shopping – A unique shopping gallery in Lisbon
Hours: Everyday 12pm – 2am
Located across the street from the Príncipe Real Garden in the 19th-century arabesque Ribeira da Cunha mansion, the shopping center has two floors.
Young, local, entrepreneurs have filled it with local designers, home decor, high-end tailors, art galleries, and pop-up shops.
There is also a gin bar and a garden café.
Shops you will find: Castelbel luxury soaps and fragrances, MEAM Portuguese Fashion, Latitid swimwear, D.O.T. clothing for mother and child, Welcome to Art, HLC Jewellery, A Indústria mens’ clothing, Benedita Formosinho womens’ clothing and accessories, Ecolã handcrafted woolen ware, FV Concept Store, Organii Cosmetics, Boa Safra eco home design, Chumeco boots and shoes for men, ISTO (Independent, Superb, Transparent, Organic) Menswear, Atalho Real international steakhouse with Portuguese wines,
Colombo Shopping Center
Address: Avenida Lusíada 1500
Metro: Colegio Militar – Luz (Blue line)
Hours: Weekdays from 10am – 9pm, Weekends 10am – 3:30 pm
Colombo is the largest shopping mall in Portugal and one of the ten largest in Europe.
It is located near Benfica’s Estadio da Luz.
Opened in September 1997, it has 430 shops, a sports complex, 10 cinemas and 65 restaurants. The food court is on the top floor.
The mall also features a garden and a bowling alley.
Campo Pequeno Food Court and Mall
Address: Praça do Campo Pequeno
Metro: Campo Pequeno Station (Yellow line)
Hours: Hours vary, most stores open at 10am and stay open until 10:30
- Pingo Doce – 08h30 to 21h00
- Cinema City – Monday to Friday: 16h00 – 21h00 | Saturday, Sunday and holiday: 15:00 – 21:00
- 100 Montaditos – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- Arigato – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- Fish Bay – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- Portugália Counter – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- Burger King – 11:00 am to 10:30 pm
- Café Buondi – 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
- Café Cantinho dos Prazeres – 08h00 to 21h00
- Carnalentejana – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- Cucina – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm – Closed on Saturdays
- H3 – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- New Fishmonger – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- Pizzeria Dieci – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- Quasi Pronti – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- Red – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- Flavors of the Countryside – 10H00 to 22H30
- Vitamins – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- Wok To Walk – 10:00 am to 10:30 pm
- 5 The SEC – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Get It Right – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Botaminuto – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Car Wash – Monday to Friday – 08h30 to 19h00
- CGD (ATM) – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Bertrand Bookstore – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- MAXPAY – 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
- Stationery Risks and Scribbles – 09h00 to 21h00
- Travel Abreu – 11:00 am to 7:00 pm – ( Weekends – 10:00 am to 1:00 pm)
BEAUTY AND HEALTH
- Alberto Oculista – 10h00 to 21h00 ( Weekends – opens at 9:00 am)
- Bio More – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Caredent – 10:00 am to 8:00 pm – Saturday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm – Sunday: Closed
- Health Care Store – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- MS Hairdressers – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Nails4’Us – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Perfumes and Company – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Pluricosmetics – 09H00 to 21H00
FASHION AND ACCESSORIES
- Albaprint- 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Ana Joalheiros – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Bags Plus – 10h00 to 21h00
- Benetton – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Calzedonia – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm ( Weekends – opens at 9:00 am)
- Clic Clac – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Copitraje – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- It’s prestige – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Intimissimi – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm ( Weekends – opens at 9:00 am)
- L-Point – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Parfois – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Sisley – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Spaccio – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Stone by Stone – 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Tezenis – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm ( Weekends – opens at 9:00 am)
IT, APPLIANCES AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
- Nubia – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Mobi Town – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Popular Radio – 10h00 to 21h00
- Vodafone – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
ANIMALS, FLOWERS, GIFTS AND HOUSE
- Ale-Hop – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Express Import – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
- Ornimundo – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
Campo Pequeno Shopping Mall is located under Lisbon’s Campo Pequeno Bullfighting Arena. You can still watch a bullfight there a few days per month.
The mall, though, offers more than 80 stores, 8 movie screens, 20 restaurants, and a supermarket.
Amoreiras Shopping Mall
Address: Avenida Duarte Pacheco
Metro: Ten-minute walk from Rato station (Yellow line), or take buses 711, 723, 748, 753, 202, 713, 758
Hours: 10am – 8pm
Amoreiras Shopping Center offers 200 stores, 50 restaurants, and seven movie screens. Open since the 1980s, it is the oldest of the malls in Lisbon.
The coolest thing about this shopping center is the viewpoint on the top floor of the Amoreiras Towers. The Amoreiras 360° view is one of the highest points in the city.
Access to the viewpoint is located on the second floor next to the AREA store.
Ages16 and up pay five euros per ticket for the viewpoint.
Senior citizens pay three euros.
Children under five are free.
Children 6 to 16 years are three euros.
Family passes for four people are 14 euros.
Avenida da Liberdade
Avenida da Liberdade lies just northwest of Rossio Square.
It is one of the nicest boulevards in Lisbon for a walk.
It is served by the Restauradores, Avenida, and Marquês de Pombal metro stations.
The nearly mile-long strip is home to theaters, old mansions, and Lisbon’s most elegant hotels. This street also offers lots of options for high-end shopping:
You will find:
- Luis Onofre
- Terzihan Jewellers
- Tony Miranda
- Roca Lisboa Gallery
- Amour Glamour
- Daniela Birg Jewellery
- Ermenegildo Zegna
- Maximo Dutti
- Max Mara
- Olhar de Prata
- Dolce and Gabbana
- Luis Vuitton
- Michael Kors
Address: Avenida da Liberdade 180
Metro: Avenida metro station (Blue line)
Hours: 10am – 9pm
Tivoli Forum opened across the street from the Avenida metro station in 1999.
In this unique, open-air luxury shopping center you will find the only food court on Avenida da Liberdade. You will also find the following brands:
- Machado Joalheiro (Jewellery)
- Fashion Clinic
- Andre Opticas
- Oui Mais Non
- Delta Cafes
- Riscos e Rabiscos
El Corte Inglés
Address: Avenida António Augusto de Aguiar 31
Metro: São Sebastião station (On the blue line. The red line ends at this station as well.)
Hours: Monday to Saturday 10am – 9pm, Sundays and holidays 10am – 8pm
El Corte Inglés is a Spanish department store that has everything!
It is the largest department store chain in Europe.
The Lisbon store is six floors.
They carry designer brands such as Carolina Herrera, Hugo Boss, Escada, Ralph Lauren, Burberry, Jaeger-LeCoultre, TAG Heuer, Loewe, Michael Kors, Longchamp, Bimba & Lola, Bvlgari, Versace, Pasquale Bruni, Gucci, Dior, Chanel, La Prairie, Lancôme,
Freeport Outlet Mall across the river
Address: Avenida Euro 2004, Alcochete
Metro: The Freeport Outlet Shuttle picks up at Marquês de Pombal metro station (Blue line). It costs 10 euros.
Hours: Weekdays 10am – 9pm, Weekends 10am – 3:30 pm, Restaurants weekdays noon – 10pm, Weekends noon – 4:30pm
Across the river in Alcochete, there are more than 100 stores offering discounts of 70% or more:
- Adolf Dominguez
- Ana Sousa
- Bimba & Lola
- Blue Kids
- Boggi Milano
- Watch Boutique
- Calvin Klein
- Calvin Klein Underwear
- Calzedonia – Intimissimi
- Cañas & Tapas
- Carolina Herrera
- Charanga District
- Eco Car Wash
- Elisabeth Vine by Carven
- Elisabeta Francci
- Ericeira Surf and Skate
- House Space
- Farmácia Alcochete
- Giovanni Galli
- Hackett london
- Portuguese Burger Shop by Farnel
- Home & Cook
- Karl Lagerfeld
- Lacoste Popup
- La Fée Maraboutée
- Le Creuse
- Levi’s Pop Up
- Lion of Porches
- Liu Jo
- Merrell/ New Era
- Mike Davis
- Mr. Blue
- New Balance
- The Bag
- The Farnel
- Onitsuka Tiger
- Opticalia Premium
- Pepe Jeans
- Perfumes & Company
- Pierre Cardin
- Polo Ralph LaurenPortela Cafes
- Pull & Bear
- Purificación Garcia
- Fifth Essence
- Rolling Luggage
- Flavors with Soul
- Selfish with a Twist
- Suits Inc.
- Sunglasses Hut
- The Body Shop
- Tommy Hilfiger
- Under Armour
- Under Blue
- United Colors of Benetton
- Urban Tobacconists
- Weeel Frozen Yogurt
Address: Rua de Rodrigues de Faria 103
Metro: Buses 712, 713, 714, 727, 742, 751, 756 or 773 all go to Alcantara-Terra. Tram 15 or 18, get off at Santo Amaro.
For more information: Read my Is the LX Factory worth visiting? – lisbontravelideas.com
Hours: Open late, but many stores close on Sunday.
The LX Factory is part shopping center, part art center, and part cultural center.
It currently occupies 23,000 m² of former industrial space in the Alcântara neighborhood.
Among the multimedia art installations you will find 31 stores,19 restaurants, and various offices and workshops.
Warehouses and factories have been re-purposed into retail spaces and artists’ workshops. For example, Ler Devagar, the Read Slowly Bookstore, occupies an old print shop.
You can sip a coffee or a cocktail as you read a book next to the old printing press in one of the world’s most unique bookstores.
- Barrio Arte
- B…! Concept Store
- Bergue & Co.
- Boa Safra
- Etnik Store
- Hillary June
- India that wears you
- June – Home accessories by the brand store
- June Piso 2
- M. Oculista LX
- Mag Kiosk
- More than wine
- Muito Muito
- Organii 2
- Petit Love
- Punto das Artes
- Print Factory
- Poor Cal
- Rutz / Walk In Cork
- Think orange
- Wish concept store
- Barber Factory
- Cowork Lisboa
- Fica Oficina Criativa
- Fábrica L
- Fábrica XL
- Ines Franco Atelier
- Kiss The Cook
- Ler Devagar
- LX Massagens
- Madame Dusso
- Portaria LXF
- Queen Arts of Tattoo Piso 2
- Queen Arts Tattoo
- Studio 3.1
- The Dorm
- We Hate Tourists
Feira da Ladra
Address: Campo de Santa Clara, 38° 42′ 55.21” N | 9° 7′ 34.19” W
Metro: No metro, possibly take bus 737 up to the Castle on a Tuesday or Saturday, and then walk downhill to Campo de Santa Clara
For more information: See my article Feira da Ladra – Lisbon’s 750-year-old flea market
Hours: Tuesday 9 am until 6pm, Saturday 9am – 3:30, Two days per week only
Located at Campo de Santa Clara near the National Pantheon
This flea market known as the Thieves Market comes to life on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
It might be a good idea to avoid buying azulejo tiles at the flea market, because you don’t know if they were bought from a craftsman, or if they were removed from a historic site. Azulejos are now protected by the Portuguese government,
Time Out Market / Mercado da Ribeira
Address: Avenida 24 de Julho
Metro: Cais do Sodré station (Green line)
Hours: Weekdays 10am – 10:30pm, Weekends 10am-3:30pm
With more than 26 restaurants, 8 bars, and a dozen shops, you can find lots of culinary souvenirs at this beautiful market, including wine, canned fish, chocolate, and other items for your pantry or kitchen.
In the other half of the building, you’ll find the Mercado da Ribeira, which is Lisbon’s oldest and the last fish market. There is also a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Address: Praça Duque de Saldanha 1
Metro: Saldanha Station (Red or yellow line)
Hours: 8:30am – 10:30pm
Atrium Saldanha opened in 2008 in the heart of Lisbon’s business and financial district. It has 75 shops and 25 restaurants. There is a very popular food court on the first floor. The mall only takes up three floors of the building. The rest is office space.
Strada Outlet Mall
Address: Casal do Troca, Estr. da Paiã, 2675 Odivelas,
Hours: Weekdays 10am – 9pm, Weekends 10am – 3:30pm
The Strada Outlet Mall is ten minutes outside of Lisbon, on the CRIL highway / IC17 that links Lisbon to the nearest towns and suburbs. There are 155 stores including Lefties, C&A, Nike, Mango, Fifty Factory, Acabehome, Fitness Hut, Loja do Cidadão, Lacoste, Benetton, Guess, Samsonite, Sacoor, Mango, Perfumes & Companhia, Lion of Porches, Parfois, Timberland, and Vista Alegre
Address: Rua Tomás Ribeiro 65
Metro: Picoas station (Yellow line)
Hours: Monday to Friday – 10.00am to 8.00pm. Closed on weekends.
This mall opened in 2008. It has over 37 shops on two floors. Lots of options for food, including an outdoor garden where you can eat. Picoas Plaza is only two blocks from the Atrium Saldanha Mall.
Don’t forget the local craftsmen!
Don’t just load up on top international brands while you are shopping in Lisbon! Check out some of these centuries-old, family-run shops and craftsmen that make Lisbon unique! Lisbon’s historical family-owned stores and craftsmen sell the best souvenirs
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