Lisbon Flea Market
Lisbon Flea Market is easily accessible from Santa Apolónia, it is worth spending some time on a Sunday and walk around in the narrow streets.
This open market dates back to the thirteenth century , devoting himself to trade in antiques and second hand objects. The best deal is done early in the morning on Saturdays or Tuesdays. Not to be missed for fans of this type of market .
Feira da Ladra, the Lisbon flea market is literally translated into “ The Thieve’s Market”, a woman thief. It is a local flea market that occupies several streets of Lisbon’s Alfama district at Campo de Santa Clara.
It is believed that Lisbon´s flea market has its roots back to the Middieval Ages (since the 12th century), where traders used to sell their products or stolen goods (as the name suggests). The name itself dates back to the 17th Century.
Do not worry about the name ” Feira da Ladra”. It’s safe!
Lisbon Flea Market, as a good reputation, specialy because of its friendly and relaxed atmosphere. All is perfectly legal and many of the merchants show very interesting old and stylish goods, the name of the place is Campo de Santa Clara (Alfama district).
For decades, two days a week, tourists, collectors, and locals come to sell and buy all kind of things. Antiques, furniture, second-hand objects and clothes, toys, stamps, pictures, coins, books, etc…
Lisbon Flea Market – Feira Da Ladra
Through the “chaos” one can manage to find works of art, vintage items, sunglasses, hearings … Do not be afraid to haggle prices, is part of the game .
Campo de Santa Clara, Alfama, Lisboa
The market is held every Tuesday from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.
How to get there:
Tram 28 or walking up