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Camping Shop Lisbon

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Camping Shop Lisbon

Post Posted: Sun Aug 03, 2008 2:03 pm

We are soon to take possession of empty shell of an apartment with absolutely no furniture and would like to know the names of a few good camping shops in downtown Lisbon where we can buy

a) Good quality light camp beds

b) Sleeping bags

c) Large floor cushions

d) Folding camping tables

to use whilst we place orders for and await deliveries of our real furniture.

 

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Re: Camping Shop Lisbon

Post Posted: Sun Aug 03, 2008 5:27 pm

I am not sure if they have outlets there but Decathlon are usually a good bet. Try www.decathlon.pt to see if there is one in Lisbon.

If anyone knows of any pure camping shops please let us know as there are certain things that I cannot get from there.

Thanks
Sarah


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Re: Camping Shop Lisbon

Post Posted: Mon Aug 27, 2018 2:04 pm

Decathlon now has an in-city store near the main department store, El Corte Inglés. You would take the red line to Sao Sebastiao metro stop and it's nearby. They also have a huge box store out of the center of town a way. It is on a bus line (look for buses that go to Alfragide, that's the name of the part of town, it's in an industrial park).

 

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