Farmers markets in Lisbon

Top Farmers Markets in Lisbon, Portugal

Farmers Markets in Lisbon

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  • Simen
    Copenhagen, Denmark1,448 contributions
    This is a perfekt place for a Break - short or long - daytime or evening. Lots Of people and lots Of great food for everyone.
    Written September 14, 2022
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  • Sharon H
    Las Vegas, NV2,079 contributions
    After sightseeing in Belem until late afternoon, we sere starving when we got off the tram at Praca de Figueira (via Rossio Square). The food gods blessed us with Mercado Da Baixa! We stumbled into what looked like a large circus tent in the middle of the square and, to our delight, we were surrounded by food stalls with everything from cheeses and meats to fresh breads, to fruits and nuts to fruit juices and Sangria to amazing pastries, and much more. We shared a picnic table (checkered table cloth and all) with friendly Lisbon locals and pigged out on ham & cheese on fresh focaccia, marinated olives, fresh cherries, Sangria, and Belem-style pastries. We loved it so much that we ate there two more times during our 3-day stay in Lisbon.
    Written March 24, 2020
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  • Howard H
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada56 contributions
    This is much more of a local shopping market than a touristic spot. What is may lack in convenience and creature comforts, it has fantastic food at reasonable prices. Some highlights are: The market bakery, which gets baked in every morning from all over Portugal, cannot be missed. In a small space the incredibly friendly owner will share knowledge of the sweet and savory treats that go beyond what you'll find in most places. Close by is a deli that features the amazing black-footed pig in an array of insanely tasty offerings. There cheese selection is not to be missed!
    Written March 21, 2020
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