7 Of The Best Shopping Centers And Malls In Lisbon

Shopping malls in Lisbon offer a blend of avant-garde and trend-setting looks.

Lisbon is the perfect destination for shopping lovers. It’s a city that embraces high fashion and the latest trends while still holding dear to family-run businesses. Shopping centers are great places to find both local and global brands all in one place. These seven shopping malls in Lisbon are scattered around the city, each giving travelers an inside look to local fads and international favorites.


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Armazéns do Chiado

R. do Carmo, 1200-094 Lisboa, Portugal

Located in the heart of Lisbon, Armazéns do Chiado is more than just a shopping center; it’s a blend of historical charm and modern retail. It originally opened in 1894 and was rebuilt after a devastating fire in 1988, before a grandiose reopening in 1999. All the while retaining a classic façade, it houses a wide variety of retail brands. The central location makes it the perfect pitstop while exploring the stylish Chiado neighborhood.

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Av. Eng. Duarte Pacheco, 1070-103 Lisboa, Portugal

One of Lisbon’s oldest malls, Amoreiras Shopping Center, opened in 1985 and is conveniently nestled between Parque Eduardo VII and Parque Florestal de Monsanto. It features over 200 stores, including international brands and a cinema. This emblematic building offers a 360-degree view over Lisbon at the top of the Amoreiras Towers.

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Campo Pequeno Shopping Mall

Av. República, 1000-082 Lisboa, Portugal

Housed within a historic bullring, Campo Pequeno Shopping Mall offers a unique blend of cultural history and trendy fashion. This commercial center has over 80 shops, 20 restaurants, eight movie theaters, and a supermarket. The architectural beauty of the bullring adds a distinctive charm to the shopping experience. Make sure to keep an eye out for its frequent concerts, shows, and events.

Atrium Saldanha

Praça Duque de Saldanha 1, 1050-094 Lisboa, Portugal

A short walk from Campo Pequeno Shopping Mall and Corte Inglés is Atrium Saldanha. The glass façade and open design across its 12 stories, create a welcoming atmosphere for guests. Travelers can browse through its numerous shops, featuring everything from international brands to local boutiques. SEE MORE: Here Are 8 Must-See Museums In Lisbon.

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Centro Vasco da Gama

Av. Dom João II 40, 1990-094 Lisboa, Portugal

A short distance from Oceanário de Lisboa is Centro Vasco da Gama, a sprawling waterfront mall. This center features almost 200 stores, six cinemas, and over 50 dining options to choose from. Don’t miss its rooftop terrace called Babylon 360º, a tribute to the sea voyage that took Vasco da Gama to India in 1498. Live music, stunning views of Tagus River and the bridge shouldn’t be missed.

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Colombo Shopping Centre

Av. Lusíada, 1500-392 Lisboa, Portugal

One of the largest malls in Lisbon is Colombo Shopping Centre. With over 300 retail shops, visitors are guaranteed to find everything they are looking for. There are also 60 restaurants, eight movie theaters, and an IMAX, which is perfect for families with young children. Its extensive range of services and activities makes it a full-day destination for travelers.

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Picoas Plaza

R. Tomás Ribeiro 65, 1050-227 Lisboa, Portugal

Not too far from Amoreiras is Picoas Plaza – a smaller, more intimate shopping center. The modern and outdoor concept is ideal for those seeking a relaxing browsing experience. It’s mostly known for affordable eateries and a wide variety of stores to choose from. Click here to check out the Best-Ever Food Guide: Where To Eat And Drink In Lisbon.

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Natalia Guerra

Contributing Editor

Natalia Guerra was born in Miami and comes from a Cuban background. Aside from her passion for travel writing and culinary arts, she also loves to step out of her comfort zone to live life to the fullest. Her lifestyle is being a digital nomad, working remotely as she travels the world one city at a time. Her favorite country has been Spain for its beautiful architecture and food, which reminds her of her Cuban culture.

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