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Portuguese design, art and much more

Portuguese design, art and much more

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Praça do Príncipe Real, 26
Príncipe Real
+351 965 309 154, website
Mon – Wed, 12h – 24h; Thu – Sat, 12h – 2h; Sun, 12h – 24h

Shopping inside a badass Palace (Ribeiro da Cunha) ain’t a bad idea, especially when the experience can lead you from clothing and accessories to home decor and an art gallery. Most of the products sold here are locally crafted in Portugal, so if you’re looking for something special, you might not want to miss this 23-store mall in Príncipe Real. Sit back and relax with a cup of coffee overlooking the botanic gardens in the back at Le Jardin, grab a bite at Atalho Real under an umbrella, or pick up a hand-painted tile backsplash at Artes & Etc. See what locally produced outdoor gear you didn’t know you needed at Urze, look at some fine art at Art’Embassy, or, you know, just walk around in a palace and take a photo on the stairs.


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