Fábrica Sant'Anna


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Fábrica Sant'Anna

One of the numerous good pottery shops in Lisbon, it has a longstanding tradition that dates back to the 18th century. Nowadays they produce various copies of old ceramics, but you can also ask for a custom piece and have it delivered to your home. Take the guided tour!


A lot of the shopping in Lisbon is now housed in enormous shopping centres such as Colombo and Amoreiras, or in smaller gallerias. The city’s old centre, Baixa, retains its identity as a traditional shopping district, where you walk on the streets (some of them traffic-free) and drop into the shops. Go in for cork designs, gourmet food, crafts, soaps, shoes and if your wallet allows, gold. Chiado is close to Baixa, and has the reputation of being the city’s finest shopping district. Chiado successfully manages to combine the gallery model with open shopping, combining the best of both worlds.