Campo Pequeno Food Court and Shopping Mall
Type: Department Stores, Malls, Museum Stores, Shopping Centers, Shopping Districts
Certainly one of the more unusual destinations to shop, the subterranean food court and mall at Campo Pequeno lies under the city's bullring, a Lisbon landmark and an architectural gem that dates back... Read More
Certainly one of the more unusual destinations to shop, the subterranean food court and mall at Campo Pequeno lies under the city's bullring, a Lisbon landmark and an architectural gem that dates back to 1892. Built in a Moorish style and characterized by the onion-top cupolas crowning its four towers, the eye-catching building is also a concert venue, replete with retractable ceiling, that can accommodate 9,000 spectators. Hidden away is a supermarket, an attractive mall lined with shops and boutiques, and several restaurants serving anything from sushi and pasta to burgers and crepes. An unusual feature is a museum dedicated to the history of Campo Pequeno's bullring and Portuguese bullfighting. A multiplex cinema screens the latest Hollywood blockbusters in their original language. There's also parking space for 1,200 vehicles.
- Shopping Malls and Centers: "During the summer's bullfighting season parking is almost impossible and the mall can get seriously claustrophobic."
- Best for Shopping Malls and Centers Because: Despite the obvious link with bullfighting, which many people have issues with, Campo Pequeno is worth exploring simply for its history and harmonious design.