Portugal – Tiles, Textiles and Cake

Buildings covered with tiles, Islamic ceramics from the Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon, Sardine tin packaging, cheese made with sheep’s milk – here are some of the things that delight the eye and the palette in Portugal.


Burel in Porto (also Lisbon) is a wonderful shop full of woolen products made in contemporary designs on traditional machinery in the mountains of Portugal.


Confeitaria do Bolhao opposite the old market in Porto

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Pastelaria Serrania near the Sao Bento railway station in Porto.


A Vida Portuguesa – a wonderful shop in Lisbon full of craft made products from all over Portugal: ceramics, toiletries, baskets, woolen rugs, clothes etc.

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