On a visit to Aracaju you definitely cannot miss out on the must see places. The significance of these must see places are that they stand as a symbol for Aracaju. These places are what Aracaju is all about. These must see places in Aracaju will stay as cherishing memories of the city forever in your heart.
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Orla de Atalaia Avenida, Santos Dumont, 1813, 49035 Aracaju, Brazil
This massive sports and entertainment complex, on a six kilometres long beach, and nine kilometres from the city centre, is the pride of Aracaju. The sheer number of activities alone is impressive. There is a bar and restaurant section filled with international cuisine; an area devoted to regional food; a five kilometre long bike trail; the Crab Ca...
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Av. Ivo do Prado, 398 - Centro, Aracaju - SE, Brazil
10:00 am - 04:00 pm
Though it’s called a museum, its permanent exhibit is not as important as its role as a cultural centre of the Sergipe people. The small but high-tech museum makes intensive use of multimedia exhibits to recreate the scenarios and experience of what its like to be Sergipena. It covers history, festival, language, culture, craft; and even recr...
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Av. Santos Dumont, 1010 - Atalaia, Aracaju - SE, 49037-475, Brazil
09:00 am - 09:00 pm
Opened in 2002, this is one of the most popular tourist attractions in town, and is visited by about 120,000 people annually. The oceanarium is the first one in Northeast Brazil; it is shaped like a giant turtle; and it’s surrounded by palm and eucalyptus trees.
Inside, its 18 aquariums exhibit about 70 marine animals of various species, all ...
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Croa do Goré, Aracaju - State of Sergipe, Brazil
12:01 am - 12:00 am
Sometime, on some shores, you can walk over to an island when the tide is low; if the tide is high, you take a boat. This is not one of those places.
The Croa do Gore is a small tidal island, a sandbar, in the middle of the Vaza-Barris River. It disappears at high tide and is reborn at low tide. A boat from the nearby village of Mosqueiro, from the...
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Av. Santos Dumont, 6 - Atalaia, Aracaju - SE, 49035-730, Brazil
A good getaway for those seeking some tranquillity, the beach has warm waters. It’s a little more than a mile south of Orla de Atalaia. The sand is golden and levels over the beach’s wide area. The water is a little choppy, but shallow enough for kids to safely bathe. Further out, you may see some people windsurfing. Along the beach&rsq...
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Aracaju | Sta Luzia Island, Aracaju, Sergipe, Brazil
This can’t really count as a single beach, as it is 30 kilometres long. While Aracaju is south bank of the Rio Sergipe River, this beach is on the north, and it stretches north from the Atalia Nova township. The beach is most popular during the tourist season, though it has not been developed for tourists. Its large area means that no matter ...
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Santo Antônio, Aracaju - State of Sergipe, Brazil
08:00 am - 06:00 pm
On top of the charming San Antonio hill sits the charming neo-Gothic San Antonio church. While the building itself is moderately pretty, what people really come up for over here is the panoramic view. You can see the whole city, the length of the Rio Sergipe River, and where the river meets the Atlantic Ocean. Take photographs and then turn to the ...