Maceio: A rich tourist destination

Rich in culture and rich in beauty, Maceio is a rich place for those who seek rich experiences.

General info about Maceio

Northeast Brazil offers a very unique tourist appeal to those who like unique experiences. Every city you go in here is filled with amazing wonders and fantastic visual treats for those who like them. One great place to see in this area is Maceio and is the capital of Alagoas in this Brazilian region. With palm trees, pretty coastal areas, mangroves and a bright green sea, who would not want to experience the beauty that is in Maceio. Aside from that, it has a strong cultural appeal that can be found in its cuisine, arts and crafts. It is definitely a great place to experience something new. From rich customs to rich sights, Maceio has become an international tourism frenzy.

Accommodations in Maceio

To match its tourist appeal, Maceio is filled with fantastic hotels that will surely make you want to come back more often in this marvelous location. You can choose the budget ones if you are not really going to stay that long in Maceio but if you are planning to stay for a longer period, make sure to go to the better quality hotels since part of a good vacation is the place you will reside into while there. There are a number of good high end hotels in Maceio so choose wisely and of course, make arrangements in advance to save your room on the day you need it. Some good options you can bank on are Ponta Verde, Jatiuca Hotel, and Ritz Lagoa da Anta.


Activities in Maceio

The first thing you should do is to bask on the natural beauty of Maceio. It has kilometers of beaches and you will surely stay there for hours just to take pictures and walk around. You will certainly love the urban beaches of Maceio as well as the more uninhibited areas of Maceio. Try body boarding as well as surfing in Maceio. You will also love that it has international food options and fine restaurants. Now you can eat comfort food while on an equally comfortable place.

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18 de Sep de 2014