Gleba campo de ourique

gleba campo de ourique

What is Mercado de Campo de Ourique?

Since 1934 Mercado de Campo de Ourique is the market in the Campo de Ourique district where the locals come to buy fresh fish… Tap water in Lisbon: can you drink it?

What to do in Campo de Ourique?

Campo de Ourique is a mix of late 19th century buildings mixed with Art Nouveau and small details of 20th century architecture. The neighbourhood is very popular because there are many traditional shops, restaurants and markets.

What to do in the neighbourhood of Ourique?

This neighbourhood has relatively few tourist attractions, but whoever stays till the end of the tram 28 line (Campo de Ourique), will get off in the middle of the suburb. You are within a few minutes for a number of very interesting and important landmarks.

Since 1934 Mercado de Campo de Ourique is the market in the Campo de Ourique district where the locals come to buy fresh fish… Tap water in Lisbon: can you drink it?

What to eat in Campo de Ourique?

How to get to Campo de Ourique?

The neighbourhood Campo de Ourique offers both traditional and modern experiences of Lisbon as a cosmopolitan city. Just hop on the 28 tram and discover things to do in Campo de Ourique one of Lisbon’s most desirable neighbourhoods. The best way to get to Campo de Ourique is by tram 28 get off at the last stop, Prazeres Cemetery.

What is Mercado de Campo de Ourique?

Since 1934 Mercado de Campo de Ourique is the market in the Campo de Ourique district where the locals come to buy fresh fish… Tap water in Lisbon: can you drink it?

What to eat in Campo de Ourique?

O Imperial de Campo de Ourique also known by locals as “Tasca do João”, the owners of this restaurant are natives of the Northern province of Minho, Ponte de Barca. There is a different meat and fish menu every day. Their cozida à portuguesa (Portuguese stew) is especially popular with the locals.

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