Lisbon's most famous flea market is "Feira da Ladra", which has its origin already in the 17th century, the time when it was first mentioned.

Held every Saturday and Tuesday, from dawn to the early afternoon, locals and visitors flock to the Campo de Santa Clara square (next to the National Pantheon) to hunt for bargains and curiosities at Lisbon's most entertaining flea market. There's something for every budget: Hand-made artisan goods, CD's, books, clothes, coins, military objects, antiques and furniture are all on display here, so the occasional bargain is still possible.



Feira da Ladra, Campo de Santa Clara, Lisbon, Portugal

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