Portugal’s shopping scene is rooted in history and displays some of Europe’s most creative designs. In Lisbon, shoppers can find both locally made, artisanal wares as well as sleek, cutting-edge fashions and furnishings. The city has many neighborhoods, but the majority of Indagare's favorite shops are concentrated in the historic quarter of Bairro Alto, with a few in old-world Alfama and elegant Baixa.
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Alfama is the oldest district in Lisbon, with narrow cobblestoned streets, preserved architecture and fado bars where traditional Portuguese music ("fado") is played. Here, local artisans create handmade products, like beautiful wools in a variety of designs.
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Bairro Alto is the most popular shopping area in the city, with myriad shops that range from concept stores to Portuguese handicraft ateliers.
Baixa is the elegant central district with wide streets arranged in a grid-like pattern. Here, there are some lovely boutiques that offer products made in Portugal, such as linens, clothing and homewares.
Outside of the main neighborhoods of Lisbon lie some hidden gems, such as the LX Factory, a series of restored factories that now house cool shops and trendy restaurants.
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