How to Reach Aracaju - The Easiest Way to Reach Aracaju
- By Air: Santa Maria Airport connects flights to domestic destinations all over Brazil. It is 12 km from the city. Taxis and buses both connect Aracaju to the airport.
- By Car: BR 101 (north/south) and BR 235 are the main roads leading into the city, but as with bus journeys, avoid travelling at night. The beautiful Green Line highway goes to Salvador.
- By Bus: Rodoviária Nova, 6km east of the centre, is where the long distance buses roll in to Aracaju. Don’t travel to Aracaju from Recife (or anywhere else) at night; robberies are common.
- By Bus: Though cheap, the bus system is not well organised or timely. Unless you’re a local, you won’t get much use out of them.
- By Taxi: Cheap during the day; pricier during the evenings and weekends. The best way to get around Aracaju.
- By Cycle: The Bike Caju app will help you access the blue public cycles all around the city for daily/monthly fees. You can use the cycles for an hour at a time.
- By Car: Renting your own car is certainly convenient if you don’t want to depend on taxis.
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Modes of Transportation in Aracaju
Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Aracaju. The most preferred mode of transport in Aracaju is Walking.
Average distance: 6 km Average time: 75 min
Walking 100%Walking 55 min Motorbike 20 min Overall average time for 6 kms 75 min
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