The capital of Portugal is full of potential. Full of life, this characteristic Portuguese town is one of the best cities to be on the look out. Combined with Portuguese culture the vintage culture is in its full potential right now. Come along!
Lisbon flea market. A must see when you’re in town. This beautiful open air market is one of the best markets. Here you can buy ordinary stuff from the sellers, from things that belonged to their grandmother to real objects that represent the Portuguese people at its best. Located in São Vicente de Fora on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 6 am to 1 pm.
MUDE – Lisbon’s Museum of Fashion and Design. This contemporary arts facility is often known as MUDE. – Fun fact: mude means change in Portuguese. – Being MUDE is actually one of the key aspects of this museum. The curators of this arts facility are dedicated to vintage apparel and design classics. The collection comprises furniture and industrial pieces from the 1930s to the present day as well as clothing, footwear, and accessories from the same period.
Trust the Tram 28 to take you sightseeing through the city. This is one of the most charming ways of getting to know the fascinating city of Lisbon. Through this historic tram, starting in Bairro Alto this vintage carriage wander through the shopping districts of Baixa and Chiado before passing the churches and castles of the Alfama and Graça neighborhoods.
A Outra Face da Lua (the other side of the moon )is a gem that can’t be missed in this beautiful town. Located in the middle of Lisboa’s commerce district, this very vintage shop is full of 50s dresses, 70s skirts, among others. This cute vintage shop has several have blow-out sales throughout the year. Oh, and did I mention that they also have tea and cakes? Wonderful.
Discoteca Amália (Amália’s Disco) is a record shop on Rua do Ouro. Inspired by the fado icon Amália Rodrigues, this vintage shop specializes in fado music.
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