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Lisbon: The thieves market

Written by 9 April 2010 One Comment

Feira da Ladra, or thieves market in English, is the oldest and biggest flea market in Lisbon. This is the place to go to recover your stolen mobile, practice your bargain skills or find some incredibly cheap vintage clothes. My greatest scoop was a 70s leather jacket for 10 euros.

Since I normally live in Berlin, I’m used to a great selection of flea markets, but I find this one particularly authentic. The sellers are ranging from old women selling of their old clothes to men who look like they’ve been taken out of a mafia movie. Be prepared to search through huge piles of clothes/trash and find yourself staring at disturbingly weird items before you find your treasure!

ladra1 Lisbon: The thieves market

ladra2 Lisbon: The thieves market

The market takes place every Tuesday and Saturday, and the best buys you’ll get before 12:00. Take tram 28 to Campo da Sta. Clara.

Happy shopping!

kathrinetravelettes150 Lisbon: The thieves market Kathrine Opshaug Bakke, editor at Travelettes from 2009 to 2013, wrote this post. Originating from Norway, she has been living in Berlin, Lisbon, and Stockholm the past 6 years.

She loves cities with imperfect facades, photography, traveling by bike, vintage hunting, and everything that comes with cheese. Follow her visual diary at anchoredpaperplane.com.

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  • A.M.B. said:

    Those hair combs?! I WAAAAAAAAAANT!!!

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