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Santo Antonio hill and church, Aracaju

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The main coastal road in Aracaju's southeast houses the bulk of its available accommodations. Just a short walk from the city's most popular beaches, the rooms here offer good views and convenient location. Chain hotels and independents dominate the selection in this area, with rooms ranging from the simple to the luxurious, plus extra amenities at a higher price. Budget-conscious travelers may wish to explore the main residential area to the north, with simple hotels and guesthouses available.
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  • From there, in front of Antony Saint Church, you can see almost all town. There is a local history which says if you do 4 turns around the church clockwise you will get married. Reverse way, you will ...  more »
  • Santo Antonio (saint Anthony) Church We were lucky to see church open because a group was visiting from Para State  more »
  • Maybe it's the highest part of the city where you can see the bridge that links the continent to the north part. It's a small church but it was closed in the Ash Day.  more »