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- This is a gem in Lisbon that can be enjoyed equally by the art aficionados and anyone with a keen eye and a modicum of intellectual curiosity!
At €10 it is also a great bargain!
The collection is amazing! One of the great things is it is not so large you are overwhelmed. The size of the Museum as well as the display of the pieces makes it easy to see a vast area of world history and culture. If you appreciate “nice” things you’ll love this place.
Don’t skip this thinking “I’ve been to the Louvre or another well known place”. This distills multiple buildings and floors into an easy to absorb and appreciate feast!
Get there….Written 26 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I am not a mall person, but i ended up here 3x during my weeks stay.
The food court alone is a reason to go, never have i seen the lunch hour taken so seriously, deliciously or wallet friendly. When a steak, fries and salad fresh made is the same price as Mcdonalds, taco bell or pizza hut, also available, you have a budget foodies dream.
There is also a HUGE contente, one of the major supermarkets, that is essentiality a wal-mart in this location. Toys, cloths, major liquor section, prepared food and 2 bakeries. I had an apartment and shopped for the week here.
Shopping wise, the usual primark, toys r us, book and electronic stores. Connected to the train its a good way to spend 2-3 hours on a rainy dayWritten 18 December 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Good shopping mall with three levels next to Oriente station. There’s also a food court with good meal options. I went shoppingWritten 18 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
We chose to visit this market as we wanted to enjoy a local Portuguese market.
The market has got 2 parts, one part which is opened until noon and where from you can purchase all kinds of fruits, vegetables, meat and flowers. And another part where you can find a lot of mini-restaurants with a variety of food which you can take away or eat there. The prices here are accesible for everyone and the dishes cover all tastes, wheather it’s drinks or food, both local & international: cocktails, freshes, smoothies, pastries, appetisers, all sorts of meet and sea fruits cooked or grilled.
We arrived at noon when the market was very crowded. We were glad to find here the restaurants of few famous chefs from Lisbon decorated with Michelin stars like Vincent Farges, Marlene Vieira, Henrique Sá Pessoa and Miguel Castro e Silva and, although we haven’t had the complex experience of a Michelin stars restaurant, we had the chance to enjoy a dish from all of them.Written 6 November 2022
- This market in my opinion is not worth the killer of a uphill and I know Lisbon is built on 7 hills trek!!
It’s a good ten minutes from Santa apolonia metro station walking all uphill to be greeted with in my opinion stalls full of tat and very expensive too save your money and buy from the tourist shops in the main town.
It reminds me of car boot sales and the saviour is taking pictures of the beautiful pantheon on the walk up.
Still I’ve struck it off my list for Lisbon and glad for that!!Written 29 October 2022
- We were here for the 360 degree panoramic view but had a brief look around but didn't do any shopping. It's a modern well maintained shopping centre with high end stores and a few eateries. Not really for me but if you are after some retail therapy then this might be up your street.Written 17 July 2022
- quite cleverly hidden in plane site an ok selection of shops slightly up a hill be care full when walking up slope as path can be slippy because of the type of stone usedWritten 9 October 2022
- Widely regarded as one of the best museums in all of Portugal, this museum is actually 2 buildings in an 18.5 acre park, easily accessible via the blue (azul) Metro line (Sao Sebastio stop). The Founder’s Collection includes works by Rembrandt, Rubens, Renoir, Monet, Degas, Manet, van Ruisdael, Cassatt and Gainsborough. The Modern Collection is considered to be the most complete collection of modern Portuguese art in the world. Admission is 10 euros, 50% reduction for ages 65+ (better than the discount offered by the Lisbon Card). The museum offers free WiFi and you can download and use a free guide to the collections on the Gulbenkian Museum App (free). Tip: Admission is free on Sundays from 2pm on.Written 22 February 2020
- After sightseeing in Belem until late afternoon, we sere starving when we got off the tram at Praca de Figueira (via Rossio Square). The food gods blessed us with Mercado Da Baixa! We stumbled into what looked like a large circus tent in the middle of the square and, to our delight, we were surrounded by food stalls with everything from cheeses and meats to fresh breads, to fruits and nuts to fruit juices and Sangria to amazing pastries, and much more. We shared a picnic table (checkered table cloth and all) with friendly Lisbon locals and pigged out on ham & cheese on fresh focaccia, marinated olives, fresh cherries, Sangria, and Belem-style pastries. We loved it so much that we ate there two more times during our 3-day stay in Lisbon.Written 24 March 2020
- Visited this market last sunday..easy to get to on red airport metro line, and get off at bela vista. Very large market with 100s of stalls. A very local market. Would need 2 to 3 hours to get around. All selling the simular stuff like house hold, fruit and veg, runners, shoes, clothes, handbags, and very nice underware. Great food stalls there too. Lots to choose from. We had kids with us aged 11 and 14. It was a bit too much for them in the crowds and they felt scared a lot. Lots of people pushing and shouting which is normal and ok for adults but can be a bit much for kids. Great experience and great for bargans. I loved it because i love the buzz of a market!Written 31 October 2019
- very popular flea market, busy, some junk of course but some good stalls/shops, especially the ceramics, plenty of cafes around tooWritten 20 May 2022
- This set of works by Sebastião Salgado is an amazing opportunity for us to better understand how we are damaging our own planet.
It is an incredible opportunity to see beautiful photographs and learn more about places we didn´t even imagine to exist.Written 16 June 2015
- Our favorite shop we went to in Lisbon. Beyond unique pieces at reasonable prices and the shop itself is gorgeous.Written 28 December 2019
- A lovely art studio, mostly with ceramics from Deolinda, a local artist who still paints her tiles by hand, but with a few paintings by another artist. Deolinda's ceramics feature a range of designs, from 3D marine life (perfect for a bathroom) to more traditional designs, and a variety of sardines. There's a nice range of prices as well as styles, so you can find gifts for nearly anybody. She packs them beautifully.
Deolinda is passionate about maintaining art tiles as part of a long-standing Portuguese heritage and full of information on that subject as well as art in general.
Strongly recommended if you enjoy art or want to get gifts that reflect authentic traditions.
To find the store, when you get off the bus or tram, go down the stairs. It took me an embarrassingly long time to figure that out and remember that in Lisbon, "down" and "up" are often directions as might as right, left, and straight ahead.Written 28 November 2022
- Interesting market with the usual wares - produce, flowers, meat, fish, etc. Fun to walk through, but the fish smell was a little bit strong.Written 12 January 2023
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