10 Best Shopping Malls in Lisbon [with a Map]

Lisbon is one of the most affordable shopping destinations in Europe, making it a true shopper's paradise.

In addition to the shopping streets, the city has a number of excellent shopping centers that offer everything the shopping heart desires under one roof. 

Below, we have put together our top 10 list of malls and shopping centers in Lisbon.

Have fun shopping!

Centro Colombo Shopping Centre in Lisbon

1. Centro Colombo Shopping Centre

Centro Colombo in the Benfica district is not only the largest shopping center in Lisbon, but also one of the largest in Portugal. With more than 340 stores and 60 restaurants, you're sure to find everything you're looking for. While kids love the Disney Store, teenagers are drawn to Primark.

The giant shopping center with a total area of 120,000 m² also includes a multiplex cinema with IMAX, a bowling alley, a playground and a rooftop garden. Easy access is provided by the blue metro line, stopping right in front of Centro Colombo (Colégio Militar/Luz stop).

  • Address: Av. Lusíada, 1500-392 Lisboa, Portugal
  • Opening Hours: Every day from 08:00 to 24:00
  • Website: Colombo Shopping Centre
Centro Vasco da Gama in Lisbon

2. Centro Vasco da Gama

Set in the Parque das Nações district next to Oriente train station, Centro Vasco da Gama is one of the favorite shopping malls in Lisbon. It offers a wide variety of choice for the shopper, ranging from clothing, technology, jewelry, books and more. You can find local and international brands, restaurants, a huge supermarket , a sports center and a multiplex cinema. This mix of shopping and leisure activities ensures a great shopping experience for customers.

The modern building with a vaulted glass roof, originally built for the 1998 World Expo, is characterized by its maritime design. It is particularly impressive at night, when the facade is atmospherically illuminated. Another highlight is the terrace overlooking the Tagus River. If you are traveling with kids in Lisbon, you can combine your shopping spree with a trip to the nearby Oceanário de Lisboa.

El Corte Inglés in Lisbon

3. El Corte Inglés

With its prime location next to Parque Eduardo VII near Avenida da Liberdade, El Corte Inglés offers consumers a very convenient place to shop. This upscale mall is known for its selection of designer goods and luxury items, with exclusive brands such as Dior, Burberry, Hugo Boss, Escada and many more. From accessories and clothes to home decor and cosmetics, the mall caters to all your needs.

Be sure to visit the 7th floor, where rooftop views and the "Club del Gourmet" awaits you, dedicated to gourmet cuisine and offering fine wines, homemade delicacies and show cooking. The blue metro line stops right at the mall (São Sebastião stop).

→ The mall shares the neighborhood with many top hotels and accommodations in Lisbon. Check out our related articles when planning your booking to the Portuguese capital. 

  • Address: Av. António Augusto de Aguiar 31, 1069-413 Lisboa, Portugal
  • Opening Hours: Mon. - Thu. from 10:00 to 22:00;  Fri, and Sat. from 10:00 to 23:30; Sun. and holidays from 10:00 to 20:00
  • Website: El Corte Ingles Shopping Center
Amoreiras Shopping Center in Lisbon

4. Amoreiras Shopping Center

Serving customers since the mid-1980s, Amoreiras is the first shopping mall built in Portugal. This is evident not only in the architecture, but also in the 80s vibe inside. There are more than 200 stores inside, including bookshops, beauty centers, clothing, music, and electronics. You can find national as well as international brands. Leisure facilities include 7 cinemas, a 150-square-metre children's playground, and a food court with 50 restaurants and cafes.

For a small fee, you can visit the Amoreiras viewpoint that impresses with a fantastic 360 panorama view over Lisbon. Amoreiras is located in downtown Lisbon, a 20-minute walk from Parque Eduardo VII. Several bus lines stop near the mall.

  • Address: Av. Eng. Duarte Pacheco, 1070-103 Lisboa, Portugal
  • Opening Hours: Every day from 10:00 to 24:00
  • Website: Amoreiras Shopping Center
Armazéns do Chiado in Lisbon

5. Armazéns do Chiado

If the giant shopping malls aren’t for you, then check the chic Armazéns do Chiado in the vibrant shopping street Rua do Carmo. Nestled in the heart of the upscale Chiado district, it mixes shopping with history and culture. Originally built in 1848, the building was destroyed in a fire. After the 1999 reconstruction project to restore the splendor of earlier eras, Armazéns do Chiado opened its doors.

The boutique shopping mall features over 50 shops, an elegant food court with 15 restaurants, and a 4 star hotel. You can even buy concert and theater tickets at a desk close to the entrance.

→ Explore the Chiado district more in depth with a self-guided audio tour of Lisbon's Central Highlights, offered by YourMobileGuide. 

EmbaiXada Lisbon

6. Embaixada

Embaixada is ideal for those who are not big on standard shopping malls. This very special shopping center in Lisbon is housed in the 20th century Ribeiro da Cunha Palace. After admiring the emblematic neo-Arab palace, enter the hip shopping gallery and browse the concept store.

The two-story building offers a great choice of Portuguese brands and is also an innovative venue for art exhibitions. The mall is located in the trendy Príncipe Real neighborhood and is very popular with young people.

When you're done shopping, pop into one of the best cocktail spots or wine bars in Lisbon, many of them just a short walk from the mall. 

  • Address: Praça do Príncipe Real 26, 1250-184 Lisboa, Portugal
  • Opening Hours: Mon. – Sat. from 12:00 to 20:00; Sun. 12:00 - 19:00
  • Website: Embaixada Shopping 
Campo Pequeno in Lisbon

7. Campo Pequeno

This special shopping mall combines shopping with history. Opened in 1892, Campo Pequeno was the bullring arena of Lisbon. After a renovation, the arena reopened in 2006 as a multi-event venue. Since then, the striking Moorish style building has housed a shopping center and a food court in its underground level.

You can enjoy browsing in the numerous stores and boutiques, and then visit the on-site museum dealing with the history of the Campo Pequeno bullring and Portuguese bullfighting.

8. Atrium Saldanha

Opened in 2008, this shopping center is located in Lisbon's business district. While Atrium Saldanha covers the first three floors of the 12-storey building of the same name, the other floors are used as office space.

Inside are more than 60 stores with top international brands, cosmetics and perfumes. It is quieter than other shopping centers. Locals appreciate the food hall, with a diverse choice of restaurants and cafes. There is live piano music playing in the afternoons.

  • Address: Praça Duque de Saldanha 1, 1050-094 Lisboa, Portugal
  • Opening Hours: Every day from 10:00 to 23:00
  • Website: Atrium Saldanha Mall
Almada Forum in Lisbon Portugal

9. Almada Forum

If you are visiting the iconic Cristo Rei statue or the beaches of Almada, then check out Almada Forum. Covering nearly 79,000 m2, it is the largest shopping mall of the south bank of Lisbon.

With more than 230 stores, including 12 anchor shops, stretching over 3 floors, you'll find everything you need here. International labels can be found as well as well-known regional brands. Head up to the top floor to the food court with more than 30 restaurants and admire the fantastic view of the Cristo Rei statue, the 25 April Bridge and the Tagus River.

  • Address: R. Sérgio Malpique, 2810-354 Almada, Portugal
  • Opening Hours: Every day from 10:00 to 24:00
  • Website: Almada Forum

10. Tivoli Forum

Those looking for luxury shopping should visit Tivoli Forum. This small and modern shopping boutique is placed in the heart of the tree-lined shopping street Avenida da Liberdade.

It consists of 15 luxury stores of international high fashion brands, a restaurant floor, a theater and a 4-star hotel.

  • Address: Av. da Liberdade 180, 1250-146 Lisboa, Portugal
  • Opening Hours: Every day from 10:00 to 21:00

Now that you know the best shopping malls in Lisbon, you can decide which one is the best one for you. If you want more ideas on where to shop, take a look at our list of the best shopping streets in Lisbon.

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