Livramento Market at Av. Luísa Todi – in the heart of Setúbal – has 6 thousand square meters, 132 stalls and 44 stores. Here you find colours, smells, cheeses, flowers, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, bread, regional cakes and, of course, fishes and seafood.
Opened on 1876, it was rebuilt with art-deco style on 1930. Since then, too little has changed and the identity of praça – has it is know by Setúbal folks – is the same.
On 2011, it was remodelled to adjust to current requirements and 4 statues from August Cid – representing traditional professions – were added. profissões tradicionais – de Augusto Cid.
Professions, farming, fishing and salt are already represented on the 5 thousand tiles designed by Pedro Pinto on 1929.
On 2015 USA Today newspaper considered it one of the best markets of the world.
Just two minutes walking from RM Guest House, it is open every morning, except Monday and some holidays.
Make sure to have room to visit it!