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Lisbon has some of the largest shopping malls in Europe. "Armazens do Chiado" is the most central, "Colombo" is the largest, and "Amoreiras" is the oldest. They all house well-known international retailers and fast and not-so-fast food restaurants. They're ideal for some shopping on a rainy day in the city, but if you are looking for traditional markets, head to Mercado da Ribeira (for fresh fruit, vegetables, fish, or simply a colorful atmosphere and a very popular food hall), and the flea market Feira da Ladra in Alfama.

AMOREIRAS
Av. Eng. Duarte Pacheco, Uptown - (www.amoreiras.com)
The city's oldest mall, in eye-catching post-modern towers, housing international chains and a good food court.

ARMAZENS DO CHIADO
Rua do Carmo, 2, Chiado , Metro station: Baixa-Chiado - (www.armazensdochiado.com)
Popular with the city's youth, drawn to FNAC (gadgets, music and books) and other international shops. The top floor is dedicated to cafés and fast-food restaurants with fine city views.

ATRIUM SALDANHA
Saldanha Square, Uptown, Metro station: Saldanha
Several shops and a large food court, with some excellent options for light meals.

CENTRO VASCO DA GAMA
Parque das Nações, Metro station: Oriente - (www.centrovascodagama.pt)
Popular shopping center, decorated with an ocean theme, with water running over the transparent roof. The stores are conveniently clustered by genre, and there is a 10-screen cinema and various fast-food outlets with outdoor seating and views.

COLOMBO
Av. Colegio Militar, Uptown, Metro station: Colegio Militar-Luz - (www.colombo.pt)
One of the largest malls in Europe, this shopping and leisure complex also houses dozens of restaurants and a multiplex cinema.

EL CORTE INGLES
Av. Antonio Augusto Aguiar, 31, Uptown, Metro station: São Sebastião - (www.elcorteingles.pt)
The Spanish department store opened its largest branch in Lisbon. Spreading over nine floors, it includes a supermarket, a gourmet shop, cafés, restaurants (including several on the top floor, with outdoor terraces), a 14-screen cinema, brand-name fashion, sports goods, household goods, electronics, books, etc.




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