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Bazar do Povo

Probably the only department store in the city that has still preserved its ‚traditional‘ char­m.

Rua Bettencourt 1 / 5 Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

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Attractions near to Bazar do Povo

  • Farmers Market

    Beehive-like market selling everything from fresh produce to weaved baskets and embroidery. Charming, lively place.

  • Cabo Girão

    The second highest cliff in the world with the height of respectable 589 m. Fascinating spot that attracts hundreds of tourists every day.

  • Passenger Ropeway Funchal

    Cable car connecting Monte with the lower areas of Funchal is popular with both tourists and locals. Fascinating panorama.

  • Monte Palace Tropical Garden

    Splendid gardens surrounding Monte Palace. Its combination of exotic plants, sculptures, neat lawns and flowerbeds is admirable.

  • Nun's Valley

    A tiny valley set deep in the mountains. There's a small isolated village that retained the traditional way of life. A captivating pla­ce.

  • Botanical Gardens Madeira

    Hillside location provides a great view of Funchal. One of the most visited parks. Fascinating layout and variety of exotic plants.

  • Monte Toboggan Ride

    Exciting tradition of riding down the mountain from Monte to Funchal in a wicker-wooden toboggan driven by two ‚pullers‘.

  • Arieiro Peak

    If you are into hiking, you certainly shouldn't miss this peak – 3rd highest in Madeira, yet probably the one with the most stunning view. Easy access.

  • Village of Câmara de Lobos

    Traditional fishing village located at the southern coast. Stop here on the way to Cabo Girão to try the famous local drink poncha.

  • Jesus Christ Statue, Garajau

    This monumental statue is remarkably similar to those in Lisbon and Rio de Janeiro. You can hike to the peak or use the cable car.

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