13 de Julho Promenade and viewing tower, Aracaju
(3.7/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
It is worth climbing the 54 steps of the 13 de Julho Promenade and viewing tower, to get a glimpse of Sergipe’s river and the whole city. If you get tired from climbing through the dense vegetation, take a rest and enjoy a drink of coconut water. From the observation desk and the viewing tower, you can see the river and the sea on one side, and the bustling avenues of the city on the other. This is also a place to go hiking, cycling or skateboarding. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to 13 de Julho Promenade and viewing tower and many more Aracaju attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Aracaju trip itinerary builder.
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  • Nice place for a stroll, with a newly opened and modern urbanization. Surrounded by the best buildings of the city, has kiosks for snacks and the upper mezzanine this newly opened area, a real gym.
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  • This Boardwalk is in one of the neighborhoods "chics" of Aracaju, between one of the main avenues of the city and the Rio Sergipe. The best and most expensive buildings in Aracaju there are. The location is nice, with places to sit, kiosk for snacks, coconut water and a cool lookout. In the morning and in the evening many people exercise ... everything would be wonderful.. the river doesn't rise a nothing pleasurable "aroma" of sewer, because the Rio Sergipe is a drain to the open sky: never take a bath in it. The city has no outfall (you can't vote) so everything is dumped into the river. Apart from this detail, (common to the Brazilian cities) Aracaju is a charm.
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  • Nice place for a late afternoon ride. On the day we went was having a Jazz concert at the gazebo, was pretty cool.
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