Feira da Ladra Flea Market: Every Tuesday and Saturday


Lisbon’s renowned Feira da Ladra has a rich history that can be dated all the way back to the 12th century! The iconic flea market is held every Saturday and Tuesday, at Campo de Santa Clara Square, adjacent to the National Pantheon, and is frequented by both locals and tourists.

Here you can find unique bargains and curiosities, a diverse array of hand-made artisan goods, CDs, books, clothing, coins, military memorabilia, antiques, and furniture. With a wide range of vendors catering to every budget, you’re sure to stumble upon that special find or unexpected steal. Even if you don’t end up buying anything it’s still pretty cool to experience a slice of Portuguese history.

Feira da Ladra quite literally translates to “Market of Thieves”, but many believe it was actually named after the ladro bug found in antique furniture. So don’t worry, the vendors are pretty legit, but as with most flea markets, the authenticity of antiques comes down to your own judgement.

Entry is free. The market opens around 8 am, with vendors packing up at around 5 pm, but you may notice that some vendors have already left by 2 pm. So, make sure you get there early as the good stuff tends to get sold quickly. Also, don’t be shy to negotiate a price; you don’t want to pay too much!

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