5 New Shops in Lisbon For Your Gifts

Whether it’s a Christmas present or a souvenir at any time of the year, here are five recently-opened shops in Lisbon where you’ll always find something special for yourself or someone else:

Voa, Lisboa

VOA
Address:Rua Nova do Almada, 96 (Chiado)
It’s new and it’s one of Chiado’s most beautiful shops. It offers products for the home (from the bedroom to the living room), as well as flowers and gourmet products, almost all made in Portugal. It’s all found on two floors, with a small café area upstairs for a warm cup of tea.

TOM TOM SHOP II
Address: Rua do Norte, 20-22 (Bairro Alto)
For years, Tom Tom Shop has been where everyone knows they’ll find the most fun and original gifts in the city. Now, in addition to the first (bigger) shop on Rua de O Século (number 4A), there is a second (smaller) one also in Bairro Alto, on Rua do Norte. There you’ll find the same humorous gifts and household items in a wide range of prices.

CAPITÃO LISBOA
Address: Rua de São Nicolau, 43 (Baixa)
Similar to Tom Tom Shop, this recently-opened shop downtown is all about fun gifts. Some more useful than others, but all irresistible if you like funny and pop-culture-related objects.

Ultra

ULTRA
Address: Calçada do Correio Velho, 7 (Alfama)
This concep store/bar is found by St. Anthony Church and the cathedral. It opens at noon until the evening, presenting design items, jewelry, fashions and accessories at prices said to range from just 5 to 200 euros. The goal of the owners was to offer a selection of products that’s hard to find anywhere else, as well as provide a space to return often, not only to check out what’s new but also to have a drink and a snack.

MUU/LOJA DO CHIADO
Address: Rua da Misericórdia, 100 (Chiado)
Former shop Muu is now also known as “Loja do Chiado.” In addition to the exclusive, specialty cowhide handbags and accessories made in Portugal that have always been available here, there are now two other Portuguese brands — Catarina Martins footwear and TM Collection fashions.

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