Take advantage of the incredible shopping scene in Portugal’s capital while you’re attending Web Summit. From high-end fashion to bohemian threads, and major shopping centres to boutique stores, Lisbon has it all.

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A city made for style

Embaixada Concept Store

Embaixada offers a unique shopping experience. Housed in a converted palace in the Príncipe Real district, near Lisbon’s botanical gardens, this ‘concept store’ deals in artisanal gifts, exclusive fashion, and unusual art.


Embaixada also has an eatery and bar in its central courtyard. Gin Lovers Bar & Restaurant offers more than 60 brands of Gin.

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Vasco da Gama

Located next to Parque das Nações and the Oceanário aquarium, and right beside the Web Summit venue, Vasco da Gama is another shopper’s paradise.


One of the city’s largest malls, it contains more than 120 stores, 33 restaurants and cafés, and a six-screen cinema. Vasco da Gama shopping centre is served by the Oriente metro station.

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Feira da Ladra flea market

Feira da Ladra houses old junk and priceless finds in equal measure. The flea market – Lisbon’s oldest – runs every Tuesday and Saturday morning. Feira da Ladra market also offers plenty of food and drink options nearby, so you can kick back and relax after a hard morning’s bargain hunting.

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Amoreiras shopping

Amoreiras was the city’s first big shopping centre. Built in the 1980s, Amoreiras has very much kept with the times while maintaining its historic reputation in Lisbon. It has all your shopping needs, from clothing to electronics to dining. It even has a cinema.

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Rua do Carmo

Rua do Carmo, Lisbon tourist route, normally busy pedestrian way, connects Rosario Square in downtown Lisbon to Chiago, Santa Justa elevator

A stone’s throw from the must-see Santa Justa lift, Rua do Carmo is the city’s most well-known high street.


Home to major brands such as Apple, Massimo Dutti and Nike, Rua do Carmo also offers French boutique stores, dozens of cafés and restaurants, and a century-old bookshop.

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Colombo shopping

Colombo is the biggest shopping centre in the Iberian Peninsula, featuring more than 340 stores in total.


This includes shopping outlets from every major brand, around 60 restaurants, and a nine-screen cinema (including an IMAX). Colombo shopping centre is easily accessible by metro.

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We look forward to seeing you in Lisbon

Web Summit is returning to Lisbon this November and we can’t wait to meet you.

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