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Inside Background
With over 2 million residents, Fortaleza is a large city but it has a very fun...
Last edited: 27 August 2006
While there are no large-scale incidents aimed at westerners or tourists in...
Last edited: 17 August 2006
The original inhabitants of Brazil were semi-nomadic tribes of...
Last edited: 17 August 2006
The city is laid out in a grid street pattern, designed by a French architect...
Last edited: 15 December 2011
Perhaps you're familiar with Frommer's Brazil by Shaw Blore and Alexandra de...
Last edited: 20 August 2006
Fortaleza is gifted with year-long tropical, beach climate. In the summer from...
Last edited: 13 August 2011
Inside Transportation
To travel to Fortaleza in Brazil, you will need both a passport and a visa, no...
Last edited: 17 August 2006
If you're traveling to Fortaleza, Brazil, by air, the city has its own...
Last edited: 17 August 2006
Inside Things to Do
With it proximity to the coast, Fortaleza has become popular for hosting...
Last edited: 19 June 2013
Fortaleza shopping incorporates everything from modern malls offering...
Last edited: 17 August 2006
Morro Branco beach is where the "Falesias" starts. Not far from Fortaleza...
Last edited: 21 June 2010
  The Centro Dragão do Mar de Arte e Cultura (Av Alm Tamandaré 310)  is one of...
Last edited: 05 July 2008
Cumbuco is a small fisherman's village 40 km North form Fortaleza. Due to a new...
Last edited: 08 January 2013
Inside Dining Scene
On budget, a good option for a seaside restaurant!
Last edited: 02 May 2009
Inside Brazil: For Foreign Visitors
The currency in Brazil is the Real (plural is Reais).  It is pronounced like...
Last edited: 01 October 2014
  Brazil practices the so-called "reciprocity" policy in terms of visa...
Last edited: 04 November 2014
To call an ambulance dial 192 To call police dial 190 To call for fire dial 193...
Last edited: 29 July 2009
Portuguese is a Latin language, and its grammar is similar to Spanish and...
Last edited: 21 January 2015
00 xx ( zero zero  xx ) is the International Access (Dial) Code you use to make...
Last edited: 10 June 2009
TIPPING Tipping in Brazil is typically not expected nor given. Usually...
Last edited: 11 December 2014
Here is a comprehensive guide to Iguaçu, Manaus(Amazon Forests) and Rio...
Last edited: 05 April 2012
Customs and Duties do not typically apply to tourists visiting with their own...
Last edited: 26 December 2006
The land that has brought the world the Bossa Nova, Pele and coffee has...
Last edited: 13 November 2008
Brazil is the biggest country of South America  and it has also the largest...
Last edited: 23 January 2009
Brazilian cuisine is a result of a combination of key ingredients brought by...
Last edited: 11 May 2014
Brazil is not easy when you talk about ATM machines. The 2 major Banks are...
Last edited: 07 June 2013
Make sure all your childhood vaccines are up to date plus consult a doctor to...
Last edited: 06 December 2013
Travellers Cheques are a bad idea in Salvador at least. Fx, will Banco De...
Last edited: 10 May 2006