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Aracaju historic downtown, Aracaju

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Observe an impressive blend of history, architecture, and culture while taking a jaunt around Aracaju historic downtown. The Praça Fausto Cardoso--the oldest square in the city--and Ponte do Imperador--a pier built for Brazil’s last emperor, Dom Pedro II in 1860--are just two historical sites preserving the heritage of Aracaju. Join a walking tour to learn more about the city’s heritage. Both the Antonio Franco and Thales Ferraz markets have been refurbished and are a great place to shop for crafts and ethnic food, including cheeses, spices, and cashew nuts. Arrange your visit to Aracaju historic downtown and discover more family-friendly attractions in Aracaju using our Aracaju vacation trip planner.
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  • My wife is from Aracaju and it's a good new place to tour and stay. There are open air markets to buy fresh fruits and veggies and crafts of the local craftsmen. The fruits are not to be missed: papay...  more »
  • Its interesting to go and visit once you are near but you wont miss anything special if you dont. The palace of the governour is the most interesting thing you can do  more »
  • The historic district is not that big of an area but nice to take a stroll through especially after having lunch at the Mercado Municipal which is walking distance from each other. From here you can p...  more »