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Setúbal is a city in the Lisbon Region of Portugal, in the Setubal Peninsula subregion.

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Points of Interest in Setubal

The city of Setubal lacks in attractions, there isn't much to see in the city itself but a lot to admire in the surrounding areas: the Castle of Palmela, the Tróia Peninsula (quite adorable beach and architecture with the new luxury resorts), Serra da Arrábida (combining mountain areas, picnic spaces and the beach), the beautiful beaches and traditional fishing places in Sesimbra, the ancient but modern big cities of Almada and Seixal (closer to Lisbon) overlooking the Tejo (Tagus river), are all quite nice & lovely. Setúbal downtown is probably the place to go if you want to see the best parts of the city. Just ask how you can get to Avenida Luísa Todi (avenue), and the rest will work out just fine. You can see some of the nicer monuments, architecture and daily life there. Also, at the end of the venue you will enter Arrábida. And anywhere to the sides is filled with shops and typical streets with humble tascas (small coffee shops) where some of the best seafood in the country is served at incredible cheap prices.

Praca do Bocage

Alcacer do Sal Castle

Michel Giacometti Museum

Troia Beach

Jesus de Setubal Monastery

Castelo Sao Felipe

Bonfim Stadium

Albarquel Beach

Arrabida Natural Park

Portinho da Arrabida Beach

Galapos Beach

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About Setubal

Background

Setúbal is a coastal town, known for its fishing activities, traditions and industrial area. It's the capital of the Setúbal district. You might also want to check out Serra da Arrábida, for the nature part of Setúbal.

Activities

You might want to go to Arrábida to enjoy nature at its best in the Setúbal area, but be careful, its really not that hard to get lost there. Also, in avenida Luisa Todi, and if want to experience the typical morning for many people, you can go to the fishmarket and see things around. Theatre Luisa Todi, is located in the venue also, if you are a theatre fan, shows will be in Portuguese, though. You can also go for a walk in the park as it is located near the bus terminal, and rather near the Luisa Todi venue; it is called "Parque do Bonfim" (Bonfim park) just stading on the side of the Estádio do Bonfim, the football stadium where Vitória de Setúbal, the local team, competes on the major national football league.

Food

There are many typical restaurants where you can eat good grilled fish and typical food. There's also a good deal of fast-food shops and pizza places. You can also find Indian and Japanese food.

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Drinks

There's a nice selection of bars in Setúbal downtown.

Shopping

There are many shops spread around the city, as normal. In the Luisa Todi area you will find many small shops and bigger clothing shops mostly. For bigger commercial areas, theres the Aranguês Mall, which is well, not very big, but has a nice selection of stores. Theres the De Borla/Aqua park, where you can find some big and good appliances and eletronics shops. And theres the supermarket Jumbo, for your bigger needs, with a few shops outside too.

This article is based on Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike 3.0 Licensed text from the article Setúbal on Wikivoyage.

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