Experiencing the best shopping in Lisbon is to discover some of the city’s most traditional shops, boutiques and stores. For authentic souvenirs made exclusively in Portugal head for A Vida Portuguesa, a great place to get hold of the “genuine article”. For Portuguese and international wines, plus spirits and liqueurs, it has to be Garrafeira Nacional Wines & Spirits. You can still dress like it’s summer by diving into DCK and grabbing a pair of colourful board shorts. Lisbon’s year-round mild climate also makes it worthwhile checking out Typographia for T-shirts with funky designs. The Arabesque-styled Embaixada mall bills itself as a “conceptual Shopping Gallery” where some of Portugal’s most talented brand ambassadors have set up boutiques in an abandoned 200-year-old mansion. For a retro retail experience pop along to Conserveira da Lisboa where they sell tinned seafood wrapped in colourful retro packaging. But to fully replenish your picnic basket head out to Deli Delux, a smart little delicatessen sited near the city’s Santa Apolonia cruise port. Back in Lisbon’s Chiado district you can find one of Portugal’s smallest shops, the delightful Luvaria Ulisses, where you can buy beautiful handmade gloves. Another unique place to shop is the venerable Caza das Vellas Loreto. This historic candle shop was founded in 1789 making it one of the oldest retails outlets in Portugal. And for some of the greenest and most eco-friendly shopping, browse the cork products at Rutz. Items for sale include shoes made from this versatile raw material.