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Where to buy womens' shoes in Lisbon

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Where to buy womens' shoes in Lisbon

Now that it's become almost impossible to find leather shoes in US stores, except in huge metropolitan areas, I would like to get myself a good pair while we are in Lisbon later this month. Does anyone have store recommendations? I don't want high heels, but also don't want dowdy. Stylish flats or low heels that I can wear with pants, and use for a lot of walking, are what I'm hoping to find. No sneakers or their casual lookalikes.

Aside from specific store recommendations, it would also be helpful if anyone knows where shoe stores might be concentrated.


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1. Re: Where to buy womens' shoes in Lisbon

Have a look at Calçado Guimarães for starters.

One of the biggest shoe retail outlets in Portugal.

Website here: calcadoguimaraes.pt/catalogo/senhora/sapatos…

Address of shop I know and use in Lisbon: (opposite the Hotel Mundial)

Rua João das Regras, nº 4 H - 4-I


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2. Re: Where to buy womens' shoes in Lisbon

I don't know how I MISSED THIS PLACE but here it is on TA: tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g189158-d3…

Around Baixa and Chiado there are plenty of shoe stores. (All the neighborhood, I think) I am sure there are shoe stores in the malls, too. Up top of the page there is LISBON, then THINGS TO DO IN LISBON and then on the top there is SHOPPING and there you can get ideas of malls and shops.

Also: golisbon.com/blog/…

Be sure to pack comfortable shoes. You will appreciate them! Have fun shopping!

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