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Lisbon's largest fish, fruit and vegetable market dates back to the late 19th century, and for over a century traded farmers' wares and traditional handicraft. It closed briefly to undergo... Read More
Lisbon's largest fish, fruit and vegetable market dates back to the late 19th century, and for over a century traded farmers' wares and traditional handicraft. It closed briefly to undergo refurbishment that saw one of its vast galleries transformed into a smart and contemporary food hall. Around 35 kiosks have been incorporated into the largely iron framework, most of them providing an amazing variety of cuisine that's served hole-in-the-wall style so that diners can sit and eat at pinewood tables set in the middle of the market. Some of Lisbon's best-known restaurants have a presence along with shops such as Garrafeira Nacional, which only sells Portuguese wines, and A Vida Portuguesa, known for its range of quirky artisan goods made in Portugal. The original market next door still functions and is also a great place to buy flowers.
Avenida 24 de Julho