Maceio City Tour - Group Spanish and Portuguese

  • Tour code: 847-1002
  • Available: Mon, Wed, Fri (Nov - Dec 2016); Wed, Fri, Sun (Jan. 2017 - Dec. 2018)
  • Depart from: Maceio, Brazil
  • Duration: 3 Hours
From USD$32

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Highlights:

Visit Panoramic Tour of City Sights, Colonial Architecture, Art & Religion...

Special Remarks:

  • Private English Guide Tour is available.

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Adult:$32
Child:$24
  • The listing price is for Spanish and Portuguese SPEAKING tour.

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Maceio
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Day 1 Maceio

Guests will be picked up from their hotels in Maceio to begin this tour. Over the course of the day, we will visit the best landmarks in the city, beginning in the city's traditional shopping district. Then, we will visit the Museum of Image and Sound, the local commercial association, and Praca Marcilio Dias. Traveling down Rua do Imperador (Street of the Emperor), we will reach the city center. Continuing on our way, we will see Praca Visconde de Sinimbu and Praca Dom Pedro II, two public squares. In the central area, we will also see the city's legislative assembly, the Metropolitan Cathedral of Nossa Senhora dos Prazeres, and the chapel of Sao Goncalo do Amarante. Afterwards, we will proceed to visit Praca Floriano Peixoto to see the Church of Bom Jesus dos Martirios. After this, we will see the Palacio Floriano Peixoto, the Teatro Deodoro, and the local literature academy. Then, guests will be returned to their hotels to bring an end to this tour. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

This port city in Brazil is named for its many lakes and estuaries. The highlight of Maceio for travelers is its coastline. Miles of white sand beaches and crystal clear blue or emerald water attract visitors from all over.

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    This lovely 19th century church in Maceio features an interesting mix of architectural styles, including neoclassical, baroque, and neo-Gothic, the three styles which predominantly permeate Brazilian architecture. It is in Praca Floriano Peixoto.
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    The seat of the Archdiocese of Maceio, this cathedral was built in the middle of the 19th century. Many other churches had stood on the site before the current one was built. It is a modestly designed cathedral.
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    This incredibly interesting museum celebrates the history of photography, cinematography (the art of capturing images for film), and sound, with interesting exhibits like old cameras and record players, to demonstrate to visitors how these sciences have developed.
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    This is the old governor's palace in the city of Maceio. It currently houses a museum that features exhibits that detail the life of Floriano Peixoto as well as the history of the state of Alagoas.
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    Dom Pedro II was the last emperor of Brazil, ruling until 1889. This public square in Maceio, center to many important historical buildings, is named in memory of the ruler. There is a monument dedicated to the former emperor.
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    The location of the palace of the same name, the Praca Floriano Peixoto is a large public square in the central, historic area of Maceio with a beautiful circular fountain, which is often illuminated at night.
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    This public square in Maceio is located in the city's central area, and is surrounded by many of the municipality's most historic buildings. Many live events go up in the center of the square.
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    The main theater in Maceio, Teatro Deadoro hosts many plays, concerts, operas, and other performance pieces. It was opened in 1910, and has since been a center of culture and source of pride for its city.

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