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the "Venice of Brazil" or the "Brazilian Hollywood",

Recife – traditionally preceded by the article – is a city that stands out in many aspects in Brazil. Known for its Dutch influence, the “city of reefs”, which today is one of the most developed urban centers in the country, preserves many remnants of its colonial period, ensuring that a trip through the city reveals not only the natural beauty of the Brazilian coast, but also also its historical facet.


Urbana e viva, a capital pernambucana é de uma geografia ímpar. Ilhas, pontes, canais e casarões antigos incrementam o visual da chamada “Veneza brasileira”, onde o calor forte é parte integrante do ritmo de vida local. No mar, pano de fundo dos recifenses, é Boa Viagem quem faz sucesso. A praia, que fica do bairro homônimo, chama atenção pelas águas esverdeadas e pelas piscinas naturais formadas na maré baixa.

A maior metrópole do Nordeste expressa seus valores nas mais variadas formas. No lado cultural, fala alto o talento de artistas como Romero Britto, Francisco Brennand e Nelson Rodrigues; enquanto nos sons, os ritmos alegres do frevo e do maracatu, e o Galo da Madrugada – já considerado o maior bloco carnavalesco do mundo – agitam turistas das mais diversas partes do país. Para quem gosta de festas populares, conhecer Recife e Olinda, cidade vizinha, durante o Carnaval é imperdível!


What to do and beaches in Recife
Recife and Olinda make an unbeatable duo when it comes to tourist attractions. Make sure you take time to get to know the old part of the two cities – go to Igreja da Sé, Convento São Francisco, Marco Zero, Torre Malakoff, Rua do Bom Jesus, Capela Dourada and the spaces built by the Brennand cousins , where sculptures and antique objects fascinate visitors, the Brennand Workshop and the Ricardo Brennand Institute.

The sea is also an excellent reason to explore the city. Boa Viagem is the main beach in Recife and it has a great structure, but if you go outside the city limits you can also visit Praia de Calhetas, Praia dos Carneiros or the famous Porto de Galinhas, which is worth more than a tour of one. only day.


When to go
The steady weather in Recife extends from September to March; October, November and December are particularly dry. May, June and July are usually rainy.

Carnival doesn’t just happen on official dates: if you show up in the two weeks before muvuca, you’ll already have fun in pre-Carnival blocks in both Recife Antigo and Olinda.

Caruaru, 150 km away, competes with Campina Grande (PB) for the title of more lively São João. But the trip to Alto do Moura to visit the ateliers of Mestre Vitalino’s disciples can be made throughout the year.

Recife Tips
– As in any other large Brazilian capital, be careful when moving through the streets and avoid carrying expensive objects so as not to draw attention. At night, avoid streets with little movement or “weird”, as the people of Recife like to call places that can pose some danger.

– Even though Boa Viagem is one of the noblest neighborhoods in the city, it is important not to be careless when you are there, as it is a very busy place, where there are tourists and a lot of prostitution.

– Several traffic lights in the city only turn red to allow pedestrians to pass after the crossing button is pressed. Stay tuned!

– As in many other tourist destinations, the beach is better at low tide. If you can, travel during the full moon or the new moon – periods when low bare is best for sightseeing. Follow the Navy website to check the tide table.

– Remember that Recife is an area where shark attacks occur. Avoid going into the sea at high tide, going too far from the sand, diving with shiny objects or bleeding.

– Most tourist attractions in Recife and Olinda do not charge exaggerated prices, only symbolic ones. This is one of the good advantages of a trip to the city.

– To take a traditional photograph of Recife, go to Rua do Sol, in Santo Antônio, and take a photo of the colorful mansions on the other side of the Capibaribe River.

– The transit in Recife is very complicated, especially at the beginning and end of the day. If you don’t want to be stuck in traffic jams, avoid driving your vehicle at peak times like 8:00, 9:00, 17:00, 18:00.

– For those who rent a car, parking can be a tedious task due to the large number of vehicles in the city. Lack of vacancies in main points.

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