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At Portuguese Porto Market you will find the best in the country, in a space that brings together some of the most typical products of each district - wines, handicrafts, honey and olive oils, are just a few - from north to south of the country, and has space for the typical tavern where wine is drunk in the malga and there are cheese and cold meat boards, codfish balls, bifanas and pies to starve. In addition to the commercial component, ensured by artisans and authentic Portuguese brands, run by national or Portuguese-speaking entrepreneurs, the market also explores the cultural aspect through free events of Fado, concertina, folklore or Alentejo singing.

Jewelery, handicrafts, preserves, oils, jams

Monday to Saturday: 10:00-19:00, Sunday: closed


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