Advertise on the Lisbon Shopping Destination - Best Shopping Guide 2016, and see your brand reaching the tourists who actually shop and enjoy the best the Portuguese capital has to offer.

The Lisbon Shopping Destination - Best Shopping Guide is an annual printed guide and a bold digital platform - website and app. The digital versions are available in Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, English and Mandarin. Both platforms are of free distribution and produced thinking about all the tourists and residents who wish to experience the best Lisbon has to offer in terms of trade, alongside with the best restaurants, taverns, hotels, cultural attractions and other routes within the capital and its surroundings.

The printed guide has an annual print run of 120,000 copies, and is carefully distributed in especially selected spaces.

This year alone 90,000 copies will be distributed in Brazil:

- In the Brazilian airports, at the "check in" boarding TAP flights to Lisbon;

- In Brazilian travel agencies;

- 65,000 guides will be inserted in the Elle, Cosmopolitan and Estilo magazines (subscribed by the upper and upper middle classes).


In Portugal, 30,000 copies will be distributed in:


- Shops

- Hotels

- Restaurants

- Tourist Spots

- EGEAC Offices (Municipal Company for Real Estate Management and Cultural Events)

- Partner shops (Ex.: English Court of Lisbon)


To communicate both platforms, we have the support of the CML - Lisbon City Council and strong partnerships and associations with, TAP, Turismo de Portugal (Portuguese Tourism Board), the Port of Lisbon, UACS – Union of Associations of Trade and Services of Lisbon and the Tagus Valley Region and the Portuguese- Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

 We also guarantee an annual investment through our own digital promotion channels such as Google, for example.


Contact us to promote your brand on these platforms, or simply to inform us about the opening of your space.

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Note: We do not commit to advertise or promote brands or entities that are not compatible with our editorial line or are considered of no interest to our target audience.