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Weekly | MARKET | Feira da Ladra | FREE

Feira da Ladra Campo de Santa Clara, Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal

Feira da Ladra (which translates as "flea market,"  but "ladra" also means "thief" in English) is still the biggest new- and used-goods market in Lisbon and all of Portugal, happening every Tuesday and Saturday from around 9h to around 18h, although the quality and the prices aren't what they used to be. Nonetheless, you'll find […]

Free

Bi-weekly | MARKET | Antiques and Crafts | Belém | FREE

Jardim Vasco da Gama in Belem Garden Vasco da Gama, R. Vieira Portuense, 1300 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal

This Belem market (Feira de Antiguidades e Velharias de Belem) takes place on the first and third Sunday every month, and is a better-organized and smaller version of the chaotic Feira da Ladra. It's definitely more middle class. There's an abundance of antiques, used books, watches, and cameras, ceramics old and new, and even furniture, […]

Free

MONTHLY | Market | CCB Market | Belém | FREE

Centro Cultural de Belém Praça do Império, 1449-003 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal

This artisanal market of food, clothes, and trinkets takes place the first Sunday of every month from 10h to 19h in the summer months and to 18h in the winter months on the outdoor terrace of the architecturally stunning — if you're into modern architecture, that is —  Centro Cultural de Belem. This is the […]

FREE

FREE MUSEUM ENTRANCE | MAAT | Belém

MAAT (Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia) Av. Brasília, 1300-598 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal

MAAT (Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia) is typically 9€ but is free on the first Sunday of every month. From 1o-19h

to Feb. 4 – DANCE PERFORMANCE FEST | dança não dança | Praça de Espanha | FREE-10€

Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian Av. de Berna 45 A, Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal

Gulbenkian is hosting an ambitious program dedicated to the history of dance performance in Portugal and encompassing some of the biggest and most beloved names in the genre (we're looking at you, Olga Roriz!). It's a bit of everything, not just actual performances, and the performances themselves aren't always as straightforward as regular consumers of […]

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