About Aracaju

Aracaju is the capital of Sergipe state and is located on the coast. The city's climate is hot and humid with warmer periods between January and March. The city is called the Land of Cajueiros and is a peaceful place with a delicious riverside breeze. Aracaju has a quality infrastructure to receive tourists, and visitors can see the city one of the main points is the Watchtower Rim. In addition to it there are many other important points of tourist attraction for tours in Aracaju, Sergipe as the river that margin with historical monuments, the Emperor's Bridge, the Church of St. Anthony, Fausto Cardoso Square, City Market Antonio Franco, the viewpoint of July 13, the Mosqueiro, the Museum Olimpio Campos Palace, Aracaju Beach and many other great points. With so many options no shortage of things to do in Aracaju. Boardwalk in Joao Pessoa are options to banks, shops, lottery outlets and other business segments that cater to locals and tourists. Aracaju has lots of bars and restaurants with food of all kinds, such as seafood, pastries, Japanese food, steakhouses, natural foods, pizza, pasta and many other, and the crab is the main typical food of the city, beyond corned beef and grilled catfish. The nightlife in Singapore is the busiest in the state and inviting to dance the forró dance halls, in addition to many local bars and live music quite entertaining. A hot spot is the Watchtower of Orla, with bars and restaurants that stay open until late at night. Aracaju offers hotels very well structured to receive their guests and are options that range from the most economic and familiar to the most luxurious.

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Nov 14, 2018