Delightful things that you can only buy at A Vida Portuguesa - and no where else. Because nothing gives us more joy than see a happy customer come back for more. Soaps, notebooks, swallows plus selections and combinations of the most beautiful things made in Portugal. And there's a lot more coming, we can guarantee.
A Vida Portuguesa proudly presents a selection of boxes with suggestive themes and surprising contents. Nested in straw, for a safe trip. A fun gift guaranteed, combining unexpected and sophisticated products. Perfect for all festive occasions, whatever the time of year.
The opening hours are as follows since the 1st of May (they may be altered according to changing circumstances; we shall keep you up to date on any changes through this website and social media).
Our Chiado store is OPEN !!! Check out the new opening hours.
The opening hours are as follows since the 1st of December (they may be altered according to changing circumstances; we shall keep you up to date on any changes through this website and social media).
Our newest store in Lisbon—the second one in Chiado—opened in 2016 and focuses on household products: embroideries, crockery, blankets… It is recognised for its personalised, composed and diligent service. Over the last 4 years we turned customers into friends, we established a regular customer base and we became a (even greater) reference in the neighbourhood.
It is with a heavy heart that we announce its closing on November 7—all other stores in Lisbon shall keep on operating without any changes. It was a long and difficult decision—weighed and taken calmly and rationally—to ‘resize’ the business when the entire Portuguese economy is at a critical juncture.
Given the uncertainty of the present time and of the near future we kept our most valuable asset: the people. Furniture and decoration have also been carefully stored awaiting new adventures that will surely come. All the savoir faire we acquired over time and the legacy of this location shall be put to use to improve the other stores in Chiado, Ribeira and Intendente (and naturally also the one in Porto).