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Entre Tanto Indoor Market is a commercial gallery located in the XVIII century Castilho Palace. The name is a play on words, which conveys a warm welcome and alludes to the diversity offered by the almost 40 independent retailers in the categories...more
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Rua da Escola Politecnica 42, Lisbon 1250-102, Portugal
In one of the nicest streets to shop is this Entre Tanto. In this space we found a lot of different entrepreneurs with
their business, most of them with Portuguese products. Like eyewear, beautiful cork items (good for gifting), wines, clothing and much more. Worth...More
The way the stores are located in this building, is pretty cool. But it's not really my thing, but that's my opinion. The stores are so small I felt quit awkward walking into them. I regret that I did not take a look at the...More
Firstly, don't go expecting a farmer's market type of deal. These are nice restaurants for the most part putting out quick and tasty food. Perfect for a lunch or snack, we've been a couple of times for a burger and pastry - but it isn't...More
This is fun spot with many stores selling gifts that are locally made. It’s fun to look around even if you don’t intend on buying anything. Most of the stores are small, and we did not see many of these products elsewhere in Lisbon.
If you're looking for truly local (and some international) souvenirs, this is one place to check out. They have small boutiques with products that are home-grown and not mass-produced. The sales personnel know a lot about the products they sell so you get a more...More
Nice place for shopping local brands, from designer sunglasses to interior decorations... there was a café but nobody was there so I couldn't get anything...
It's a good option but not really inspiring... the staff from the shops never say anything, even "Hi"... weird..
Ribieria Market .. Lisbon
To top off our recent visit to Lisbon we spent an evening at the Riberia Market..
How could it get any better than this.. , Miguel Lafan , Piri Piri chicken, Azul, , Monte mar’s mussels, razor clams, Sea Me ,...More