Mercado Bom Sucesso
Mercado Bom Sucesso is a haven for foodies looking for their fix of Portuguese delicacies. There, you have to try the freshly roasted suckling pig (known as “leitao”) either on a plate or on a roll, but the stalls also sell all the local foods like paella, various risottos and any other international foods you may be craving.
Mercado do Bolhão
The most famous market in the city, Bolhão Market dates back to 1850. It was classified as a place of interest in 2006, and has been sought after by visitors ever since. There, you’ll find meat, fruit, vegetables, flowers and other local souvenirs. Something to note: the original building housing the Bolhão Market is currently undergoing renovations, and its temporary housing is not as charming as the neoclassic architecture of its former location.