Fortaleza travel guide

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You're Going to Love Fortaleza

Fortaleza is the capital of Ceara state and one of Brazil's biggest cities, with a population of 2.5 million. It's a popular seaside resort for Brazilians and is now attracting more international visitors. It is also known as one of Brazil's best party towns and has a buzzing music scene, as well as a renowned comedy circuit.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Fortaleza

What to do in Fortaleza

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When to Visit Fortaleza

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Fortaleza is a year-round resort. The warm, dry months from July-November are especially good.

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How to Get to Fortaleza

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Where to Stay in Fortaleza

Hotel Caxambu on Rua General Bezerril is close to the center and offers rooms from R$25. La Maison on Av. Des. Moreira has a convenient location and comfortable rooms from R$100.

Popular Neighborhoods in Fortaleza

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How to Get Around Fortaleza

The Cost of Living in Fortaleza

Shopping Streets

Feirinha da Beira Mar hosts a daily market from 4pm until 10pm and is a good place to find local crafts and souvenirs. Mercado Central at the cathedral is another good market. Shopping Iguatemi is the largest mall in the city, with international fashion brands and a 24-hour supermarket.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk in Fortaleza is priced at R$3.92, while a dozen eggs will cost R$7.83.

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Where to Eat in Fortaleza

Maciel Lanches on Av. Monsenhor Tabosa offers basic local dishes of rice, beans and meat from around R$4. Alfredo do Peixe by the fish market has some of the best seafood in town, with mains from R$20.