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A Fábrica dos Chapéus

This hat atelier sells an extensive collection of headwear for men and women from high quality, exclusive pieces to the more casual, practical variety of berets and caps.

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A Vida Portuguesa-Lisbon

The original outpost of this national chain is tucked inside a beautiful historical building adorned with gorgeous Portuguese tiles, but as of May 2024 they are moving to new premises. You’ll find all sorts of made-in-Portugal goodies, from chocolates to beer to wine to soaps to lotions. In other words, it’s the only place you’ll need when it’s time to go souvenir shopping.

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AC Antiguidades (Antonio Costas Antiguidades)

The antiques shop of Antonio Costas draws loyal buyers from all over the world who trust his eye for beautiful furniture, art and decorative objects.

Alexandra Moura

Local designer Alexandra Moura launched her brand in 2002 and has been releasing beloved cutting-edge fashions ever since.
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Alves/Gonçalves

Two of Portugal’s top style visionaries have come together to create Alves/Goncalves, a fashion house of exquisite design. With splashes of bright colors and the use of luxe materials like silks and plush wools, the duo of designers have created flowy, sophisticated pieces for women.

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Antiguidades Antonio Trindade

This antiques shop sells wonderful paintings, objects and textiles that evoke the rich trading history of the city.

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Ayres Bespoke Tailor

Ayres Gonçalo cut his teeth on Savile Row as well as with tailors in New York and Hong Kong before returning to his home country to open a bespoke operation in downtown Porto. His small atelier encourages shoppers to peruse selections of fine fabrics from England and Italy that can be used to create suits and shirts. Clients come from all over Europe and some from South America. By appointment only.

Benamôr 1925

This pleasingly aesthetic brand with its retro packaging and gorgeous colors (the jacaranda line gets top marks for sense of place, as Lisbon in May is all about the jacaranda trees) offers affordable skincare with years of know-how. Started in 1925, it was a favorite of the last queen of Portugal, after whom the Rose Amélie line is named. Shops are a relatively recent chapter in its existence but a real pleasure to visit, especially this large one at Campo das Cebolas.

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Cantê

The motto behind this popular bathing suit brand is “Somewhere It’s Always Summer,” and the swimsuits here certainly echo that saying with joyful motifs, vibrant colors and creative cuts for women and children. All of the products are made in the Lisbon atelier.

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Casa do Passadiço

This stunning showroom features the style of internationally known interior designers Catarina Rosas and her daughters, Claudia and Catarina Soares Pereira.
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Casa dos Tapetes de Arraiolos

For those who want to purchase a legendary Portuguese needlework rug from Arraiolos, this shop is the official source.
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Cerâmicas Na Linha

This welcoming Chiado shop sells plates, bowls, planters and other ceramic wares by the kilogra.
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Chi Coraçao

The 100% wool designs created by Chi Coraçao are all completely handcrafted and made in Portugal.
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Claus Porto

Known internationally as much for its eye-catching Belle Époque packaging as for its delicious fragrances, Claus Porto has been an institution in Portugal since its launch in 1887. Still a reference in the world of perfume, it has commissioned new scents from noses like Lyn Harris (behind the Miller Harris line) and has boosted its men’s range with a contemporary take on its original Musgo Real in the black edition (bergamot, lemon, vetiver) and blue, Atlantic Ocean inspired, Alto Mar. Don’t miss the uplifting, citrusy, Banho range. There are several locations in town, but this one—inside a former pharmacy in Chiado—has a barbershop downstairs where men can also book a wet shave.

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Comur

Comur in Lisbon sells 24 varieties of canned Portuguese fish, from sardines to tuna to octopus, all in colorful tins.
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Interior View - Cork & Co, Portugal

Cork & Co.

Portugal is the world's leading cork producer, and there are plenty of local designers and artisans who craft accessories and furniture out of the stuff. At Cork & Co. in Bairro Alto, you’ll find laptop cases, swivel chairs, jewelry and even clothes made out of cork.

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Costa Nova

Simple but very stylish stone homeware is the trademark of this eco-friendly, Portuguese brand Costa Nova. Alongside large tableware range, it also sells linens, glassware and even dog bowls.

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d'Orey Tiles

Just next to Palacio Chiado, the d'Orey tile shop in Lisbon specializes in antique tiles.
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El Corte Ingles

This Spanish department store chain’s basement-level gourmet shop is great for stocking up on fine Portuguese wines, cheeses and other perishables. You will be tempted to dig in before they can be packed away as gifts.

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Embaixada

A grand, 19th-century Moorish style palace in the glamorous Principe Real section of Lisbon is home to one of the city’s coolest shopping emporiums. The palatial building that has housed an embassy (hence its name) hosts a variety of shops in what used to be rooms, plus a bar/restaurant in the interior courtyard. From baby clothes to bikinis to leather goods, products featured in the myriad stores tend to be made and designed in Portugal.

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Fabrica Sant'anna

The Fabrica Sant’Anna tile factory is based in Belem but the store is located across the street from Palacio do Chiado. Offering everything from loose tiles to serving dishes, both antique and modern, the shop is a treasure trove of the perfect Portuguese souvenirs.

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Interior View - Fashion Clinic-Lisbon (Men's), Portugal

Fashion Clinic-Lisbon (Men's)

This trendy boutique has multiple locations in Portugal stocks some of the biggest names in fashion like supple leather accessories from Saint Laurent.
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Fashion Clinic-Lisbon (Women's)

This trendy boutique has multiple locations in Portugal stocks some of the biggest names in fashion from sky-high heels by Jimmy Choo to patterned trousers by Kenzo.
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FRESS

The foundation of philanthropist Ricardo Ribeiro do Espírito Santa Silva preserves 18 traditional crafts in its workshops.
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Goodies Boutique

From artisanal and small batch makers, the gourmet food stuffs at Goodies are special and not likely to be found anywhere back at home.
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Lachoix Studio

This brand arrived with aplomb on the cobbles of Lisbon with its gorgeous suede loafers in every color of the rainbow, mules in gold and sandals in leopard-print pink. Impressively, they are not just easy on the eye, but well made and very durable, winning Lachoix a loyal clientele.

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Leitão and Irmão

This renowned jewelry house has been designing in Portugal for almost 200 years and was proclaimed the crown jeweler by King Luis I in 1887.

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