Embaixada - Concept Store
Around Principe Real there are plenty of little and nice shops- You can start here! ;)
The salons in the 18th-century neo-Moorish palace located in the city's trendy Principe Real district have been transformed into a series of attractive Shops!
A 'palacete' or small palace (very small as far as palaces are concerned), which was once home to a wealthy Portuguese family and has now been converted a series of small design shops and a restaurant. Great place to shopping, grab a bit or perhaps just a quick drink!
Old private small palace (palacete) converted into different shops. Worthwhile visiting!
Browse around these concept stores located on the two floors of this unusual Palace, known during the 19th century as the Ribeiro da Cunha Palace. You will love having a drink and tit bits in the moorish patio!
The biulding has pretty cool design an layouts! Also lot of independet stores. worth to check it out.
A variety of shops, a restaurant and a Gin bar located in a wonderful decor.
One of the most iconic buildings at Principe Real . This XIX cen. new-Arabian Palace was turned into an innovative shopping gallery that hosts a series of national brands and artistsfocused on Portuguese design, craftmanship, fashion, gastronomy and culture. A meeting point of people and…
No interior, as diferentes salas do palacete abrigam lojas com um conceito diferenciado. São lojas de marcas e artistas nacionais, com uma forte aposta no design, moda, artesanato, gastronomia e cultura portuguesa. Inside, the different rooms of the mansion house stores with a different concept…
It's very beautiful, it's worth going, but it's a bit hidden, sometimes you can not tell where it is ... But inside there are several stores and different products!
This shopping gallery in a 19th century neo-Moorish palace was 2013 TimeOut ‘Idea of the Year’ with about 20 shops mixing tradition, creativity and innovation in Portuguese design and fashion.
“Probably one of, if not my favourite neighbourhood of central Lisbon. Slightly removed from the main drag but still in the middle of it all. Great restaurant and array of shops surrounding the main garden square and just of it. Go and explore and immerse yourself in the area around it. Just naming a few places such as: Embaixada, Casa Pau-Brasil, Cevicheria, Pavilhão Chines, Tapisco, Memmo, 2 quiosques on the square, etc etc, etc!”
“It looks like an antiques shop and could very well be a museum, but it's a bar that opens late in the afternoon. You must ring a bell to get inside, and once you do you find one of the city's most authentic spots. There's a total of five rooms decorated with curious objects (miniature trains, toy soldiers, old mugs, etc. from the owner's private collection), to admire as you sip a cocktail. There's an extensive list of drinks, from cocktails to juices, to teas and Port Wine. You may also play pool in one of the rooms.”
“Warning - it's quite neglected. Yet, precisely for that, you can feel as visiting the Sleeping Beauty's castle backyard. Every plant is a bit mysterious and nostalgic. You'll find charming spots like the butterfly-house or the bamboos alee. The botanical garden's staff is very friendly. You can read, take photos at your ease, listen to your favorite song, practice Tai-Chi, eat your snack. No worries.”
“Great views. This is a popular place so reservations are recommended. Also great for drinks with a view. In Bairro Alto”