‘Feira da Ladra’ in Alfama at Campo de Santa Clara , is Lisbons legendary flea market. Feira da Ladra means more or less ‘market of thieves’. You should take this quite literally and keep an eye on your belongings.
If you are looking for buying ‘opportunities’, or things that fell of a lorry, make sure you go there early, cause like on all flea markets, the good stuff is sold first.
Don’t be afraid to negotiate the price. It’s part of the game and if you don’t you’ll pay far too much. The market is held every Tuesday and Saturday, from dawn to dusk.
This nice Portuguese lady speaks French and English. Good stuff!
Alberto Gourgel (with white cap), designer.
In English: ’this one is Ronaldo’s and this one is Eusebio’s.
Maybe Portugal’s famous soccer star and sexy sportsman Cristiano Ronaldo has swapped his hotpants here for something more erotical than Armani’s underwear
March 2010. Michael Jackson’s bestselling album of all time, ‘Thriller’. Price 50 euro, but you can always try to negotiate.
Feira da Ladra and the nearby National Pantheon in which important Portugese personalities are buried, like f.e. Amalia Rodrigues, the famous fado singer.