By Time Out Lisbon editors
Posted: Friday June 24 2016
So you've landed in the Portuguese capital, checked in to your accommodation, seen the main sights and now you want to spend some of those hard-earned Euros, but where? Lisbon's shopping is second to none, with everything from quirky little stores selling traditional trinkets right up to more contemporary boutiques and swish stores that stock all the latest fashion, technology and gadgets.
Vintage Portuguese products displayed in a lovely store in the centre of the city that was founded by a former jornalist – that sums up ‘The Portuguese Life’. It stocks wooden toys of the kind that children have long delighted in, traditional local brands of soaps and perfumes from the first half of the 20th century, and elegant crockery of the kind that is still used in Portuguese grandmothers’ homes. There are three branches of the store dotted around town, with lots to choose from.