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I don't know if they manage to make money, but it's very creative, odd and even funny. They sell sardine stylised cans like souvenirs for 7 euros. If you're at Rossio Square (Praça Rossio), you might stop for a minute and maybe take a picture...More
This store knows how to market sardines! Bring your husband, boyfriend, father, grandpa -- yes, it is a guy-thing for sure, and purchase the 10 Euro tin sardines even though they are only .64 euro at Pingo Doce. Why? Because these are the types of...More
Whilst waking through the square, we stumbled upon this amazing shop. When walking in a member of staff came up to us and informed us about how the shop works.
There are thousands of tins of sardines, each labelled with a year, ranging just over...More
I was so impressed by this place, they sell sardines from one hundred years ago! They can be transported in hand luggage and they are unforgettable. I visited three times during my holiday and I can't wait to come again!!
My wife and I recently visited Lisbon, Portugal for the start of our two week 30th Anniversary Adventure.The O Mundo Fantastico da Sardinha Portuguesa Sardine Store is an amazing sight....More cans of Sardines than I have ever seen..
They have all types of Sardines packed...More
Although I think €7 for a tin of sardines is expensive, I am so glad that we went to visit this store. It is something different and unusual and it provides a nice gift or souvenir from your trip to Lisbon.
A disgrace to my city, a shop that looks like a bad taste disneyworld has invaded Lisbon. To top it all this shop sells overpriced canned sardines with pretty images to tourists...ridiculous. If you are visiting Lisbon please shop at real portuguese shops, not at...More
A pending candidate to become a World Heritage Site, Lisbon's downtown (the "Baixa Pombalina", or simply "Baixa") is a perfect example of anti-earthquake construction, having been rebuilt following the 1755 earthquake by the famous Marquês de Pombal (hence its name). Its offer is vast: restaurants and cafes in Rossio and Restauradores, outlets and shops in the Áurea, Augusta, Prata and other famous streets, the
imponent Praça do Comércio and its Arch, the luxury shops along the Avenida da Liberdade, this is the beating heart of the city center. The Baixa also grants easy access to trains leading to Sintra, the trams that go around the Castle hill, old neighborhoods or even take you to Belém, and Lisbon's traditional restaurants and cafes. Considering a visit to the Fashion and Design Museum (free entrance) and don't forget to try the famous liquor, "ginjinha"!