The LX Market

The LX Market

Sunday is reserved for cultural venue that offers unique handmade and vintage items, the LX Market. LX Market is located in a former industrial site that was turned into LX Factory. In this place, new ideas are created and produced in the space that belongs to everyone, opinions are exchanged, creativity is expressed, thinking is done. Industrial heart beats in this part of Lisbon.

LX Factory is cultural part of the city which should be explored while you are in Lisbon. This is the zone of art where you can feel a really good energy, but also the spirit of industrialization. Old industrial buildings have been transformed into art and modern spaces, LX Factory. This is a great combination of shops, craft shops, galleries, fashion and advertising agencies, cafes, bars, small businesses, and all of them together fill the main street in this part. Although the LX Factory is not much talked about among tourists, those who discover it are thrilled.

Here you will find great places to eat and drink, and in the shops you will find fantastically packaged chocolates, cookies, Portuguese wines, but also clothes, works of art, gifts for everyone. On Sundays, the LX Market is organized where you can buy various handmade items, clothes, shoes, jewelry, souvenirs and unusual items displayed on stalls along the street. If you want to apply to exhibit some of your work on the market, you need to log in on their official website.

Often the LX Factory is a place where cultural events, exhibitions, concerts and various workshops are held.

The nice environment contributes to a good atmosphere and here you somehow feel like you are at home. All sellers are very kind and provide you with all the necessary information regarding the product. What you need to know when you go to this place is to bring cash because credit cards are not accepted.

Author of the text:

Maja Glavaš, Bachelor with Honours in Communicology. Works in Tourism.
Contact: [email protected]; instagram: travel_europe1

Photo credit: Photo by Gints Gailis on Unsplash

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