What To Buy In Portugal

by Tina on September 30, 2015

in Portugal, Shops, Travel

Valentina Fussell What To Buy-5 Wondering what to buy in Portugal?  There are lots of things that will tempt you. If you are looking for something with a little bit more lasting quality and personality, then this is the list for you!  The best part?  All of the items that could fit in your carry on if necessary, though you may be asked to guzzle the port at security.  Liking the list already?

We scoured the back streets of Lisbon, Cascais, and Porto, walked down tiny alleyways, and discovered that Portugal offers some really amazing ceramics, chocolate, and so much more.

A Vida Portuguesa

Here are some of the things we think you shouldn’t leave Portugal without:

  1. Locally designed and on-site Printed T Shirt from Typographia in Lisbon :: So many great designs for guys and girls!
  2. Graham’s Port wine :: Whether you drink it or not, the tin it comes in is super cool!
  3. Handmade ceramics in Porto :: Simply walk up any of the alleys off of the historical area near the water for a plethora of choices!
  4. Claus Porto Soap :: The spearmint tea is my favorite.  The soaps are moisturizing and smell divine!
  5. Vintage Inspired Fado Postcard :: Perfect for a scrapbook or to write a special note home to a loved one!
  6.  Ceramic Swallow can be found at A Vida Portugesa, a beautiful treasure of a shop in Lisbon!
  7. Antique Tiles :: Pop into antique shops for beautiful antique tiles for your walls or use as a decorative piece in your home.
  8. Locally Made Chocolates at Casa Pereira are quite a treat and the shop is crazy charming!
  9. Handmade Ceramics in Cascais :: There are several shops that have beautiful and handmade ceramics to choose from!
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Rita Leal October 5, 2015 at 7:34 pm

Hi Tina!
Great selection of portuguese items. 🙂
I didn´t knew the brand typographia and really liked it.

Thanks for sharing.


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