The market preserves its 1934 architecture
This neighborhood market, which has mostly served the people of the Campo de Ourique district since 1934, is now an alternative to the bigger and more popular Mercado da Ribeira on the waterfront. Its small food hall added in 2013 attracts Lisbon residents and tourists, who enjoy meals at any time of the day.
The food hall of the market
The market was remodelled in 1991 but maintains the original architecture. It also continues to offer the fresh fish and vegetables of the day, and there are several shops facing the exterior.
The traditional market
The tables of the food hall are surrounded by the stalls of the traditional market and of those serving different types of food (from traditional Portuguese to Japanese). To accompany the food, there are wines served by the glass or bottle, and cocktails.
How to Get to Campo de Ourique Market
The market is about a 5-minute walk from the last stop of trams 25 and 28, but the stop before it (by the church of Santo Condestável) is right across the entrance.
Bus 709 makes the same stops.
You may ride the trams and the bus (as well as the city’s metro, funiculars and trains) for free with the Lisboa Card.
Lisbon’s most beautiful cemetery (Cemitério dos Prazeres, with Europe’s largest mausoleum) is 5 minutes away, by the trams’ final stop. The Amoreiras shopping mall and its observation deck is about a 15-minute walk from the market.