Aracajú is the capital of the Brazilian state of Sergipe, the smallest state of Brazil. It is located on the Atlantic coast at the mouth of the Rio Sergipe, about 350 km from Salvador and 300 km from Maceió.A destination with contrasts and without a doubt the most charming capital of the Northeast with sun all year round, and an excellent tourist infrastructure – hotels and pousadas of the best quality, high-level restaurants and all imaginable menus.
Aracaju is the provincial capital of Sergipe State, located in the northeast. Translated, the initially flowery city name Aracajus means “Caju-tree of parrots” (tupi-Indian).
Not without reason this designation: the Caju trees shape the public image of the city center and the surrounding area. Together with the associated caju fruits, they adorn avenues and parks throughout the area.
Speaking of fruits: If you like it fruity, you can enjoy sweet, fresh fruit everywhere. Merchants like to advertise their goods along the picturesque waterfront. And between us: none of them was embarrassed by a small sample of a juicy passion fruit yet. The sea panorama of the Atlantic is picturesque, which can be enjoyed from here.
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