This is Belém's most interesting place to browse and shop, whether for long pants, lacquered piranha or anything in between. Pará has gained national attention with technobrega music, a defiantly from-the-streets ge…
A large crafts fair that has the city’s biggest range of attractive artwork, and a lot of it is homemade. It’s especially busy on Sundays.
Large hammock store, with everything from light, simple hammocks to deluxe matrimonial ones with lace fringe and more (R$40 to $120).
On weekends head to the fruit and vegetable market alongside Belém’s cemetery for fresh produce.
Belém’s latest, biggest mall is a modern cement, steel and glass structure, brilliantly lit at night, and boasting top-tier clothing, electronics and department stores as well as a cinema complex.
The former ‘Iguatemi Shopping’ has a new name and much more highbrow orientation, with upscale shops, from jewelry to electronics to designer clothing, spread over four floors.