Witness the National Horse Fair in November in Golegã, a region where the equestrian tradition is deeply rooted. This is one of the country's most typical fairs, attracting thousands of people to the various events featuring the magnificent (...)
This Viseu fair dates back to mediaeval times and has grown over the years to include lots of music, folklore, handicraft, gastronomy and plenty of entertainment.Not to be missed at the fair are all the colours and sounds of the concerts and shows (...)
Feira de Vila Nova de Cerveira - Vila Nova de Cerveira Market
At the Vila Nova de Cerveira market, in the Vale do Minho, you will find what you need for yourself, your family and your home. Once a week, the peaceful village, is visited by hundreds of people arriving from everywhere. Being one of the largest (...)
Take advantage of the hot summer nights and visit the Estoril International Handicrafts Fair.This event has been organized on a regular basis for over 40 years, and is held in an open-air venue next to the Estoril casino. It is an excellent spot, (...)
With the River Lima in the background, one of the country’s biggest horse events is held in July in the North of Portugal. The strong equestrian tradition in Ponte de Lima led to creation of the Horse Fair – an event which attracts a large number of (...)
The Espinho Market is one of the largest weekly markets in the country, it happens every Monday and occupies a large stretch of Avenida 24. Here you will find everything: from fruit and vegetables to meat and fish, clothing and decoration, tools, (...)
This is the only traditional monthly market which takes place in Aveiro.
Here you will find domestic products, rustic furniture, clothes and footwear, gardening and kitchen accoutrements, all set up in in tents, attracting many hundreds of buyers (...)
Fairs were one of the most important institutions during the medieval period in Portugal. With scheduled dates and locations, they were a meeting of producers, consumers and distributors. Their economic importance is unquestionable, and in (...)
In the city which claims for itself the title of “Craft Capital”, the weekly market is the event that marks the pace of the city. This ancient and historical tradition from 1412, was authorized by the King João in the same year. And since then, (...)
Feira Nacional de Artesanato de Vila do Conde - National Crafts Fair
This fair has usually the presence of around two hundred craftsmen who demonstrate their knowledge in various expressions of craftsmanship, covering the whole of the Portuguese regions.
Being a real celebration to Portuguese handicrafts, the FNA (...)
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