Alfama, Chiado and Baixa, are nearby suburbs which are also worth discovering.
Visitors to Seixal, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, should make tracks to the nearby cultural attractions. Take the time to see some of the museums here such as Chiado Museum. Visit the National Museum of Ancient Art, to get your fix of art. Arts lovers can enjoy a night of great entertainment at venues such as the National Theatre of D. Maria II and the National Theater of Sao Carlos.
To really get a feel for the area, stop at some of the local sights such as the Santa Justa Elevator, Rossio Square and the Monastery of Sao Vicente de Fora. These spots are a magnet for locals and tourists alike. For a relaxing change of pace, pay a visit to the area’s holy places, such as the Church of Santa Engracia, the Old Church of Our Lady of the Conception and the Church of Sao Roque.
Find the perfect accessory, stock up on food or just window shop at nearby fashion hotspots like the Feira da Ladra Flea Market.
If you're a fan of soccer, you might enjoy seeing local legends, the C.F. Os Belenenses, doing battle in nearby Restelo Stadium. To fit in, be sure to wear blue and white, the colors of the C.F. Os Belenenses.
To make sure you get the most out of Seixal, consider booking your accommodation close by in one of the area’s many accommodation options. The Vincci Baixa, the Internacional Design Hotel and the Hotel Mundial are just some of the best places to find a warm welcome and a good night’s rest.