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One rainy day, we stopped by this shop on the advice of our travel agent. While the items are souvenirs and not true art or objects you might find in a Portuguese high-end housewares store, it's a lovely place, full of nice stuff at decent...More
While the queue for the bookshop up the road wound three and more deep past the front, we took shelter in here. Plenty of dark wood panelling shelving tables and displays - a remote hint towards liberty in London. A lot of upmarket kids pedal...More
Apart from the traditional craft the actual shop itself is beautiful. An old building that is definitely worth spending a while having a good look around . The gifts range from traditional to modern and ,sure,they're not all Portuguese but most are good quality and...More
This group of stores really have great Portuguese products for souvenirs. You will find something there for everyone, and all of it has that throw-back vintage feel. There is another store in Lisbon. You will not only enjoy it yourself and find many goodies, you...More
"A VIDA PORTUGUESA" is a great store to visit and linger in it, browsing through the various old style typical portuguese products, as well as modern products and gourmet offer! It is a delightful experience! The difficult part is resisting the buying surge! The store...More
The space of this shop is in a beautiful old building on multiple floors. The shop itself is well laid out with a lot of bright lights and beautiful, interesting pieces are displayed on long tables in the middle of the room and against the...More
Step into A Vida Portuguesa and take a look at the industrial interior, which is a more practical example of the Art Nouveau architecture. You can buy many curious Art Nouveau items and typical Portuguese stuff.