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The owner of Alfarrabista José Lopes Gomes Soares has over 40 years of experience in the used, antique and rare books market.
Our space presents itself as both a bookstore and a library, making it the ideal place to get lost in old and new titles of all kinds.
Visitors of our bookstore also find a pleasant outdoor patio which allows the guest to enjoy a moment of reading in a downtown Porto oasis.
Alternatively, if you would like to purchase a copy of this property’s catalog from the comfort of your own home, you may do so through the website provided for this purpose.

Aniplay is a store dedicated to Japanese popular culture with a special focus on the Japanese animation universe.
Founded in 2013, we sell a wide selection of anime, video games, films and series related merchandise.
It also includes a space dedicated to alternative fashion and one for leisure, by using stage and multimedia material.
In this establishment, Aniplay also organizes thematic promotion events such as cosplay contests and quizzes. It also has the support of various cultural associations related to our main areas of focus, thus becoming an important hub for all culture buffs in Japan.

The AP’ARTE Gallery – Contemporary Art opened in March 2010, at Rua Miguel Bombarda, in Porto, one of the most dynamic and creative areas of the city.
It is a project that emerged from the desire to make a bet on the promotion of emerging young people, along with the presentation of renowned artists whose work represents a plastic reference in the contemporary artistic panorama, revealing the current production trends in the languages of painting, sculpture. , photography and multimedia. The AP’ARTE Gallery also has as one of the main objectives by which its action is governed, the accompaniment of the artists it represents in art fairs, biennials and contests.

It is simultaneously a studio, a gallery and a decorative arts store, where customers come for the products and stay on the advice of the artist Amanda Marinho.
At Art & Color by Mimi you can purchase material such as paints, glues, brushes and boxes, among many other solutions for your projects.
In this space there are also Painting and Arts Classes and several workshops, which make Art & Color by Mimi not only a reference point for the most experienced, but also a great place for all those who intend to start in the decorative arts through teachings of those with extensive experience.

Bardo Creative Ground is more than a shop, more than an agency, more than a studio – it is a creative space. The Bardo is, in the same space, a communication agency, a magazine and design shop. The magazines are selected in order to focus mainly on interior design and architecture, and there are also music, business and lifestyle publications, as well as cookbooks. On the lower floor, there is the photography studio, for fashion and product productions. At the entrance, there is the showroom, with some design pieces on display. Preference is given to Portuguese pieces, although those from other countries are not set aside, as long as they meet sustainability requirements.

Mabril Bazaar was founded in 1941 by Júlio Pinto Leite. It started opening on Rua do Bolhão, selling German and national toys. It passed through various locations until it was permanently installed in the 1950s in the present, in one of the most important arteries of the city. Over the years, Mabril Bazaar has given increasing importance to its own creation and original design. It has also evolved in the retail business, giving primacy to children’s design, becoming a reference in the area. Today, the Mabril Bazaar, spread across its four floors for sale to the public, its customers can find a diverse offer of toys, games and fancy dress.

Bazar Paris has existed in Porto for 116 years, a continuing reality from generation to generation by the same family to this day. This store concept brings together a nonexistent versatility nowadays, through experienced and knowledgeable collaborators who assist the customer in their purchase. At the Bazar Paris there are cuddly toys, toys, costumes, dolls, cars, scenery, collectibles and toys of choice. A variety of which results in the satisfaction of the adult child’s imagination. This is the main purpose of this establishment: to satisfy the imagination of customers, enabling them to enter this wonderful world of toys.

Bücherstube is a bookstore primarily dedicated to the dissemination of the German language and culture. A German family started Bücherstube about 25 years ago as a response to the difficulty of obtaining school books for the German School. When this family returned to Germany, two sisters, former students of the German School, acquired the estate and set up the Bücherstube company in its current location. Since then they have been developing their business in various fields, German books, stationery and other products and services, as well as school books for Portuguese schools. In 2016 they opened a similar space in Lisbon, near the German School.

Bücherstube is a bookstore primarily dedicated to the dissemination of the German language and culture. A German family started Bücherstube about 25 years ago as a response to the difficulty of obtaining school books for the German School. When this family returned to Germany, two sisters, former students of the German School, acquired the estate and set up the Bücherstube company in its current location. Since then they have been developing their business in various fields, German books, stationery and other products and services, as well as school books for Portuguese schools. In 2016 they opened a similar space in Lisbon, near the German School.

Since 2009, Candelabro has been defined as a café, a library and a bookstore. While having a coffee, a glass of wine or a cocktail you can enjoy some of the books available for sale. In fact, being a café, it keeps its book activity active, publishing literary works and buying and selling books, photographs, maps, postcards and other documents. It is a space characterized by a unique and cozy atmosphere with quality ambient music, ideal for a night of conversation with friends. Weather permitting, you can enjoy our pleasant and iconic terrace. It also develops various cultural and artistic activities, which you can follow along with your agenda.

Circo de Ideias is a publishing house, bookstore and architecture gallery. Located in the Bouça district, Circo de Ideias was founded in 2008 as a non-profit cultural association, with the aim of promoting the dissemination and study of architecture. The passion for books, for publishing, for curating, for architectural publications in particular, led the two architects, owners of this space, to edit books where there is a deliberate confrontation between the text, the image and the object. Their books are thought and edited by themselves to the limit, in a curatorial work whose result is the book itself. They have already edited books based on the work of Rem Koolhaas and Siza Vieira, for example.

Circus Network was born in 2012 as an informal cultural organisation, evolving in 2015 to become a creative agency, art gallery, shop and co-work space. It is dedicated to urban art, illustration, music and design. Located in the heart of the city of Porto, in the so-called “Bairro das Artes”, its main goal is to promote Portuguese talent, seeking closer relationships between artists, entities and the surrounding community. The programme of Circus Network includes exhibitions by national and international artists, group exhibitions, the organisation of wall paintings, artist residencies, workshops and the promotion of urban art as an emerging artistic expression.

Located near Casa da Música, Confetti Parade is a very interesting shop where you will find everything you may need to mask yourself. Be it Halloween or Carnival, you find various types of costumes. There are queens of hearts, ninjas, pirates, princesses, cowboys, unicorns, movie and series characters, hippies, firemen and pandas. In addition you will also find make-up, wigs and various accessories that will assist you in the transformation process. And don’t worry because here you can buy family-friendly disguises from parents to children. Confetti Parade is available to respond to your most demanding requests.

Embaixada do Porto is a multipurpose space in downtown Porto that privileges the analog. It has been in existence since 2013 and its mission is to be the go-to for lovers of photography, music and retro and vintage style. Downstairs you will find a store dedicated to analog and instant photography and music: Polaroids, photographic rolls, turntables, vinyls. On the first floor, with ripped windows over the square and Carmo Church, is the Embaixada’s Bar, which is a café during the day and a bar at night. There are different styles of music every day of the week, and you can drink a mojito or piña colada, or eat a salad or a Nutella pancake. On Saturdays there are Photography Workshops.

Espiga presents itself as a cultural space inserted in the Bombarda Shopping Center. This is a place where anything can happen: dance, travel presentations, weddings and festivals.
Espiga, which means “Space of Imagination, Taste and Arts”, is a constantly changing space that is intended to be dynamic, cultural and with good snacks. The creation of Espiga was a result of a collective team brainstorming, that eventually ended up with the creation of this unique store.
Espiga has a gallery, a travel bookstore and, over time and due to its expansion needs, opened a store – Bazar do Espiga.

Fado na Baixa provides moments of Portuguese culture, with the production and unique performances of Fado de Coimbra and Fado de Lisboa, of high technical and artistic quality. In their small auditorium, live music performances are brought to life that enable those who visit not only to listen but also to know the history and essence of Fado. In a prime location, on a street overlooking the Douro River and the historic Ribeira area, Fado na Baixa occupies the first floors of a charming 18th century building and welcomes you in a sober, warm and intimate atmosphere. You can also purchase articles related to Fado.

To put it in its own words, Flying Tiger doesn’t just create products to be beautiful, it creates products that people need and amazing products they didn’t know existed. But they are, in fact, beautiful. Flying Tiger is a brand known for its eye-catching design and for offering in its stores over 1500 limited edition products and collections every two weeks. Flying Tiger stores are never the same and always look radiant and different. In them you will always find something that arouses your desire and / or did not know you needed, at very competitive prices. All of this, with the assurance that your products are manufactured in compliance with ethical, social and environmental standards.

Placed in a building from the XIX century, since 2004, in the heart of downtown, Galeria Atelier Geraldes da Silva offers the community a space to sell and support the promotion of art, culture and intervention. Develops its activity with the collaboration of a network with other entities, training with an occupational perspective, organizing events and non-profit presentations. It also gives voice and excels in promoting well-known artists or those in the early stages of their careers.
It has already featured numerous individual and collective exhibitions, photography competitions, artistic residencies, performances, installations and occupational workshops, just to mention a few of all the initiatives.

In the late 60’s, the São Mamede Gallery opened its doors in Lisbon, in a Pombaline building, almost in front of the Attorney General’s Office and the São Mamede Church. He has always dedicated himself exclusively to Portuguese modernism and the contemporary movement, with occasional exhibitions by foreign artists. She has had an intense and quality artistic activity, supported by “classic” artists who have always been linked to the Gallery (such as Areal, Cesariny, Cruzeiro Seixas or Julio) but also, and above all, by new artists. In 2005 it expanded to the city of Porto, today being in the central nerve of the city’s art, near the Soares dos Reis Museum and in the heart of Porto’s art galleries.

Since 1993, the spaces of Galeria Fernando Santos, located at Miguel Bombarda Street, are dedicated exclusively to contemporary art.
This gallery is associated with several Portuguese artists who present their work in these spaces, with exhibitions throughout the year. This gallery also publishes books related to the work of some of the artists it agency.
Galeria Fernando Santos has as its main mission the support and dissemination of new Portuguese artists, as well as the promotion of its artists in renowned institutions and through major exhibitions.

Since 1993, the spaces of Galeria Fernando Santos, located at Miguel Bombarda Street, are dedicated exclusively to contemporary art.
This gallery is associated with several Portuguese artists who present their work in these spaces, with exhibitions throughout the year. This gallery also publishes books related to the work of some of the artists it agency.
Galeria Fernando Santos has as its main mission the support and dissemination of new Portuguese artists, as well as the promotion of its artists in renowned institutions and through major exhibitions.

At Imprensa Nacional Casa da Moeda store there is a concern to offer the public, in a pleasant and functional space, the company’s goods and services, with the support of a team of qualified professionals. The stores have three functional areas: a bookseller space for sale of the INCM editorial catalog and the company’s Official Publications, along with works by related publishers; a numismatic area, where commemorative coins, medals and artistic objects are available, and a public service area, where the forms and forms that the company produces for the public administration, citizens and businesses are sold.

Despite the astonishing success of television, computers, the Internet, and a whole new media paraphernalia, the charm of the text printed in a book continues to appeal to many aficionados, both for its charisma and its potential for collecting.
In-Libris promotes the book in its many facets, using the pleasure of working as an excuse.
In our establishment we sell old books in our bookstore valence, but also art and bookbinding editions, making this space a must-see for all who look at the book as a special object.

Index is a bookstore whose specialty is children’s literature. It stands out for its colorful decoration and the enormous diversity and quality of children’s books, educational games and toys with original designs. Its walls are creatively decorated, notably the hand-painted papier-mache animal figures from the “A Zoo in My Wall,” project, an original idea by Index’s owner who has already crossed borders. Each of these pieces is unique and unrepeatable and has the potential to turn walls into windows for dream and fantasy. At Index you will find unique gifts that stimulate the creativity and imagination of children and adults.

Kuri Kuri opened its doors at the end of November 2009 at Rua do Rosário, having been the first store in Porto exclusively dedicated to selling Japanese items.
After a month’s stay in Japan in 2005, Ana Cancela wanted to open a store with focus on a single culture and Japan appeared to be the most desirable to explore for this marketing licensee.
Kuri Kuri (meaning “how loving” in Japanese) sells everything from plaited rice straw sandals to Maneki Neko, the prosperity cats, to objects such as origami costume jewelry from Portuguese artisans who cross ancient art. Accompanied by the modern design.

In this open studio, the client/visitor will be able to observe, purchase and create together with the Painter Hugo do Lago in his creative space. Hugo do Lago is an artist who studied at Camberwell College of Arts London, UWE Bristol and has a degree in Painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts of Porto. After a few years abroad, he decided to return to his city and open, in 2017, an Art space in Porto which offers the best of his experience and shows the best of the city. Here you can buy original works created by yourself (Watercolours – Acrylic on canvas – Drawing), custom-made frames or participate in daily workshops, at varied schedules, of Painting, Water colouring and Drawing.

Latina is one of the most emblematic bookstores in Porto. It was founded in 1942 by Henrique Perdigão and is known for its façade, highlighting the bust of Luis de Camões. It was the first company in Portugal to create a literary contest, right in the year of its inauguration. The winner of the contest was Prof. José Hermano Saraiva who competed with the work “Vento vindo dos montes” using the pseudonym Simplicimus. Now part of the Leya group, Latina continues to offer its customers a wide range of books. Throughout its three floors you will find all the latest Portuguese and foreign literature, as well as technical, school, children’s and artistic books and travel guides.

It was in the distant year of 1912 that the centenary Livraria Académica, located at Rua Martires da Liberdade, opened its doors. Specializing in Portuguese-language authors, her wide selection covers a number of other important topics such as science, technical books and history.
With prices for various possibilities, the Livraria Académica is a landmark in the city, receiving for many decades, always with the knowledge only possible by years of experience, a legion of lovers of literature, who will be lost in this historic space and will find inevitably, among their vast offerings, some book that appeals to them, whether they are rarities or options at very inviting prices.

Livaria Almedina (bookstore) was established in Porto in the early 80’s, at the suggestion of its clients who had studied in Coimbra and recognized this bookstore as a mandatory space for the purchase of their books.
Located at Rua de Ceuta, in the middle of a historic Porto bookstore district, Almedina serves a wide audience, from professionals interested in legal, technical and scientific books to lovers of literature in general.
It is therefore a bookstore specialized in the legal and technical book, while offering its consumers the latest novelties of fiction and non-fiction and even books for the little ones.

Bertrand is now the name of the oldest and largest bookstore chain in Portugal, with over 50 stores across the country and an online bookstore.
Bertrand is one of the leading booksellers in Portugal, offering the most current books on the market, bestsellers, as well as world-renowned titles and a variety of books that challenge readers of different tastes and ages. Here you can also find national and international magazines of various themes.
The complicity and respect for the reader and the efficient service make Bertrand an unavoidable name in the bookstores of the city.

This bookstore dates back to the founding of the well-known “Livraria Asa” in 1967, adopting the current name in the year 2000.
José Alves bookstore has been establishing itself as a repository of excellence in the specialized technical books market, namely in the sectors of Economics, Management, Informatics, Biological Sciences, Architecture and Engineering.
Mostly geared towards Higher Education in Portugal, with equal emphasis on the Business and Professional segment, this establishment is a point of reference for all those looking for specific books, which you will surely find in this space.

One of the oldest bookstores in the country and one of the most coveted bookstores in the world, Lello is an important landmark of the city of Porto and a must-see for tourists visiting the city. Opened in 1906, the building boasts a neo-Gothic façade, standing out from the surrounding urban landscape. Inside, bookcases and ceilings are copiously worked out, with special mention being made of the extraordinary staircase leading to the first floor and the large stained glass window that bears the monogram with the Decus in labore Bookstore border. In 2016, the façade and the stained glass were carefully restored and restored to their original look and brightness.

Livraria Lumière first opened to the public in 2001 at the Lumière Galleries before moving to its current facilities. Here you will find a wide range of new and used books, with a particular emphasis on Portuguese literature, philosophy and theater. In addition to buying and selling used books, you can also use Livraria Lumière to buy and sell other objects such as vinyl records, postcards, maps and other curiosities. It is a must-visit place for any literature lover who will not fail to find rarities and good opportunities among the numerous titles available in this bookstore.

Moreira da Costa bookstore was founded in 1902 and is one of the oldest literary bookstores in the country. It is currently owned by a founder’s grandchild and has a collection of old and rare books. It is a historic Porto shop, having received important literary gatherings in the first half of the 20th century. It has an archive of books since the seventeenth century with great emphasis on French books in the area of theology and architecture, among others, featuring a representative collection of the writer Camilo Castelo Branco. Its semicircular interior architecture gives it a unique look while remaining true to the original design.

Livraria Nunes was born in 1970. Augusto Faustino Nunes was his first bookstore, a generous man with a deep knowledge of ancient books. After his death in 2005, his son, Jorge Nunes, decided to continue his father’s work in running his bookstore. Get lost in the sheer amount of books from all areas of the Nunes bookstore. Read, browse, and regardless of whether you’re a bibliophile or not, you’ll always find something that piques your interest at a good price. It also works as a stationery and bazaar, where you can find various types of toy games, puzzles and teaching materials. It is therefore the place to buy a gift.

Loja 112 is a project dedicated to the commercialization of articles for motorcyclists and fans of the memorabilia related to the world of wheels, from helmet to complement, wasp miniatures, gift, walking cars, decorative plates, motorized thermometers, tricycles, pedal cars, transport cars, waterproof jackets, among others. The desire for a nostalgia lover is dedicated to people who share a common taste for motorcycles, antique objects and the vintage concept. Getting in here may not be an emergency, but when you see signs of your youthful markings or toys from other times, you may need help hiding the excitement.

Stationery with a huge variety of products available from national and international press, through traditional stationery (pencils, pens, cardboards, etc.), fashion accessories, tobacco and postcards for all dates and occasions. The right place to buy the last minute gift for a birthday party or special event, as you can find every little everything here: a teddy bear, a piece of jewelry, a Moleskine notebook or some artistic merchandise allusive to David Bowie, Frida Kahlo and Amy Winehouse. At Christmas, you can admire the original Christmas tree built from newspapers and magazines.

MbM Photography is a registered trademark which aims at making Porto and the Douro region known through images by the photographer and artist João Carlos Pimentel Alves, who developed an innovative and creative Author’s Project through image transfer. It is based on the following: the photographs are taken by the Author and then inserted, by him, in varied supports – ceramics and canvases, among others – always promoting Porto and the Douro. You can also buy canvas, paintings, tiles, mugs, magnets, pins, keyrings, postcards, prints, bookmarks, t-shirts, sweatshirts, bags, also making personalisation of these products with photos of customers and photographic works.

Entering Mercado 48 is very likely to be welcomed by his pet, the dog Bala, protagonist of many of his publications on social networks. This is a peculiarity that lets you guess the relaxed atmosphere of this store. Here you will find truly original and creative products, many of them handcrafted and with innovative, vintage and contemporary designs. Namely, objects of art and decoration, luggage, backpacks, wallets, design t-shirts alluding to Porto, to artists or with comic messages and even bicycles made entirely of wood. Here you will surely discover an original souvenir or gift.

Museu das Marionetas is an author museum, centered on the work of João Paulo Seara Cardoso (1956-2010), director and artistic director of the Porto Puppet Theater. This is a memory space and future, in constant update. The opening of the Museum in 2013 marked the 25th anniversary of the Company. Puppets, props and emblematic objects used in the Company’s shows, as well as some of its stories, are exhibited and shared here. Museu das Marionetas also has a shop where various objects are available for sale, such as the puppets, brochures, catalogs and merchandising of the museum itself.

Netoys was founded in 1974 and is dedicated to providing unique moments capable of creating joy and happiness in children and adults. In this sense they developed partnerships, namely with the well-known brand Lego, which has stimulated the creativity of multiple generations of children. It also specializes in modeling, being the main focus rail modeling, offering exclusive solutions, made possible by its partnership with LusoToys. It also features a comprehensive catalog of various types of toys such as cuddly toys, games or educational toys. It is your desire, mission and vision to continue to provide present and future moments of pure individual or collective fun.

Nici is a multinational company founded in Germany in 1986. Its founders created and produced by hand plush characters, animals essentially, which by their quality, loving style and creativity stood out clearly from the rest of the market. It was in this way that they propelled the birth of a global brand, recognized for its high quality and its very own character.
Nowadays, the brand sells a wide range of modern accessories framed in the latest fashion trends, including handbags, wallets, bags, stationery, crockery, all respecting the love for the NICI name and a life marked by well-being and enthusiasm.

In this shop, the main vocation is to disclose the work of small creators, essentially Portuguese. Their mentors, a couple who loves to “build dreams”, have tried to pull into this space those who, like them, share the same vision. The project is inserted in a multifunctional space of interaction between that which the creators like and the taste of other people who, like them, appreciate “quality, design, simplicity, creativity”. Besides its brands, 100% Portugal and Mum Who Loves to Sew, you can find other authors who are environmentally conscious and make handmade pieces. There is a great bet on illustration, but also on ceramics, author costume jewellery, and decoration, among others.

OpenBox’s fundamental objective is to develop activities focused on integrated personal development. Art therapy is a central pillar of activities designed with a broad audience in mind, from children to the elderly, with intervention also targeting the needy. It aims to create synergies between like-minded entities in order to develop complete, comprehensive and in-depth programs that contribute to the personal growth and enrichment of all participants, regardless of age, race, religion, social background, gender or sexual orientation. Our activities include painting, photography, design, theater, video and creative writing, among others.

Oporto Magic is a national leader in the sale of illusionism articles, having been founded in 2007 by the illusionist João Miranda, with the mission of offering the best products for illusionism, at a very competitive price and with a high satisfaction service, supported by a knowledgeable and qualified service. Nowadays they have hundreds of exclusive products and more than 3000 amateur and professional magicians, who trust in the quality of our products. They intend to develop long term collaboration with all customers, listening and understanding their goals and needs in order to jointly develop and offer products and services that satisfy them.

It was once a bakery, but today, if you open the door, you will come across a store dedicated to design and national crafts, and also a co-work space. Opposite the S. Bento da Vitória Monastery, the space welcomes everywhere a large collection of ceramics, illustration of European artists who live in Porto and art by European artists, books, photos, mugs, cloth bags or any other type. objects, on walls, on the floor or on top of old doors. You can find baskets with burel on the inside, Studio Flash humor on postcards made by Belgian artists, or porcelain lucky cookies that hide messages. But these are just a few examples.

Since 2010, the publisher Tcharan has been working on the publication of illustrated albums, particularly for children and young people. The publisher is dedicated to publishing picture albums, activity books, audiobooks and occasionally special editions.
What sets Tcharan apart is the literary and graphic identity embedded in its books, with covers based on high quality illustration and graphic design. Along with the publisher, there is the Papa -Books bookstore, located in the Miguel Bombarda area, where the book covers are highlighted and are themselves the target of exhibition.

It already has 16 years in the market and is the only bookstore in the country specializing in poetry and theater. Valter Hugo Mãe called it a “gourmet bookstore” and, in fact, Poetry is a way of being that bets on its own editions as well as on the poetic arts of several Portuguese authors, English literature, Brazilian poetry and small publishers, representing also some of the most important Portuguese and foreign publishers. “Poetry heals, theater is life,” is the epigraph of this independent bookstore, where love for a cause is a source of perseverance. More than a bookstore, Poetria aims to be a “meeting point, for the exchange of information between people and books and for the dissemination of poetry and theater.”

If you like puzzles, mysteries and a good challenge, Porto Exit Games brings you innovative challenges. For 60 minutes you and your friends will be locked in rooms. You will be transported to new realities, being the stars of a stimulating game where the main challenge is to escape in time. Here there are three possible challenges: one where the group has to answer questions to save Port wine; another one, about the history of the city in 2147; and the scariest, full of suspense and with the greatest degree of difficulty, where the idea is to save a child who is crying. The rooms are prepared for pairs or groups of up to ten courageous elements. There is also the option of appointment for companies, for team building purposes.

Preenche Vazios (‘filling voids’) is a tiling workshop where the client can order custom panels, with patterns and phrases to his/her liking, as well as merchandising. It was born with the intention of filling the empty spaces on the façades of houses and buildings in the cities. The project intends to draw attention to the small details that surround us daily, and surprise passers-by with something they were not used to seeing during their journey, assigning small messages from Portuguese poets. Much more than an artistic intervention, the project intends to draw attention to the need to preserve the Portuguese tile heritage which has suffered a progressive loss of tiles in recent years.

Sala 117 is a gallery and platform for the dissemination of contemporary artistic practices. At a cross between different languages, media and processes, the gallery is increasingly dedicated to supporting and promoting the work of emerging artists. Founded in 2016 in the city of Porto, its program includes exhibitions and curatorial projects of the artists represented, as well as research and dissemination of young Portuguese and international artists. It has a business hour when it is open to the public, but, if necessary, also makes attendance according to appointment.

After inheriting her father-in-law’s business, Tabacaria Aviz’s current manager, Maria José Viriato, took advantage of her experience and decided to implement some changes. It started by offering other types of articles and products, besides the usual publications, and extended its opening hours. At this time, in addition to its normal opening hours during the week, it is also open from 10 pm to 4 am on weekends. This differentiating time opened the tobacconist to a new audience. In addition to a place where people will buy their newspapers and magazines and tobacco, they have started to serve another type of audience that uses the tobacco shop almost as a convenience store.

Ton-up Garage is a brand dedicated to building your next bike. It was created in 2010 by Daniel and Pedro, two passionate about the engines and who decided to put the passion into action, customizing vehicles and promoting the retro lifestyle, bringing to this day the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. 20th century. Making wishes come true, Ton-up listens to customer designs and applies the aesthetics of these decades to the concept, combined with the quality of contemporary products. Ultimately, we materialize our customers’ imagination by offering their own imagination and ingenuity in vehicle production as a bonus. We also sell clothing, helmets and other accessories.

UfaLufa opened in 2016 and owes its name to the frantic and mind-boggling rhythm of mothers and children, who never stop quiet. Here you can find products dedicated to the children’s universe, especially brands that do not have mass distribution. The owners of the store, both mothers, try to combine the design of the pieces with its didactic side, while also considering a good price-quality relation. The store is divided in 2 areas: one with clothes for babies and children up to six years old (mostly handmade with organic materials and Portuguese brands), and another with toys, games and decorative pieces. UfaLufa has website and online sale.

Founded in 2006, Yellowkorner presents itself as an international chain of art photography stores, set up to become the leading publisher in this genre of photography, while striving to make art photography accessible to all.
Yellowkorner has works from 250 world-renowned photographers, all of which are available in limited and numbered editions, not using digital technology in their printing.
This establishment also has an online selling platform for those who prefer to dive into their catalog from the comfort of their own home.

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