Lisbon Sales: Souvenir Shopping near the Cruise Port



In Lisbon, shopping near the cruise port affords those passengers enjoying a shore excursion – or any visitor within the vicinity of the Santa Apolónia cruise terminal – ideal opportunities to purchase souvenirs of their time in the Portuguese capital. There are several stores and boutiques and even an art gallery sited within easy walking distance of Lisbon’s main cruise terminal. One of these is Amar Lisboa, a wonderfully attractive store selling colourful artisan wares with a designer flourish. Nearby Bababodo specializes in handmade ethnic jewellery and women’s fashion. A visit to Portugal wouldn’t be complete without tasting some wine, and at Tábuas you can sample a range of wines before buying a bottle or two of your favourite label. You don’t have to walk too far from the terminal building to visit Deli Delux. Here you’ll find a fantastic range of wines and gourmet food products to eat in or take away. The quirky-sounding Menina Sardinha also sells wines along with jam, honey and gourmet olive oil. Similarly, at Tesouros de Portugal the emphasis is on regional fare and handicraft. It also doubles up as a bar and, at night, a restaurant. Walking west from the terminal as you approach the downtown district, lookout for Silva & Feijó, a handicraft store that’s been trading for nearly 100 years. It’s all here and more, including some wonderful cork products. If you’re in port on a Tuesday or Saturday, make sure you experience Feira da Ladra, the self-styled “Thieve’s Market”. You’ll probably find a kitchen sink among the antique bric-a-brac. For last-minute souvenir hunting, try Aromas & Handicraft. Otherwise for the more discerning, you have the Lisbon Art Gallery. 

 

 


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Celebrated Portuguese artists Abel Grade runs his own gallery where he exhibits and sells works based on his award-winning hand-painted ceramic tiles, all of which are also available as individually produced digitally recreated paintings. Using...  Read More


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A pop-in shop specialising in African and Portuguese handicraft, this modest store is easy on the eye and the pocket. The little African trinkets for sale are a delight, and make wonderful decorative pieces. The aromas drifting around the shop...  Read More




The chaotic, jumble-sale atmosphere of Lisbon's largest and liveliest flea market is just part of its appeal. But the real draw is that you can snap up a genuine antique if you've an eagle eye, and a bargain at that if you're prepared to haggle....  Read More




Located near the Baixa (downtown) district of Lisbon, a leisurely half-hour walk from Santa Apolonia, this wonderful handicrafts store is a veritable Aladdin's cave, crammed full of artisan goodies and deli-style foodstuffs. It's housed in a...  Read More


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The "Treasures of Portugal", as the name translates, not only works as a gift store, it's a tapas and wine bar too. This interesting hospitality combination means you can browse for a souvenir while sampling some of the best wines in Portugal,...  Read More


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A contemporary styled gourmet delicatessen stocked full of traditional Portuguese delicacies, Menina Sardinha literally means "Sardine Girl" but it's also a term of endearment ¬and refers to a young with a freckly face. Sardines are among the...  Read More


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Situated right next door to Santa Apolonia cruise terminal, this snazzy gourmet delicatessen is the nearest retail outlet for any passenger wishing to purchase an authentic souvenir of Portugal. The product of choice here is wine. There are...  Read More


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Promoted as a port wine tavern, this rustic bar in fact has over 70 different Portuguese reds and whites to choose from, outstanding labels from around the country – and they are all for sale! As well as functioning as a wine bar, Tábuas...  Read More


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Beautiful jewellery handcrafted to traditional ethnic designs is the hallmark of this colourful and offbeat boutique. Drawing on the artisanal culture and heritage of places like Thailand, Nepal and India, Bababobo showcases a collection of...  Read More


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The "Got the T-shirt" gag is a running joke in the souvenir industry but at this colourful and quirky handicraft store you really can bag a lovely memento of your visit. Portuguese designer Vera Gama makes the T-shirts on sale here as well as...  Read More


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Meet Paul Bernhardt

Paul Bernhardt cut his teeth as a press photographer in England before leaving the UK to settle in Portugal, where he has lived for over a decade, and where he started to focus on more...  More About Paul
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