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Aracaju is the capital of the state of Sergipe, Brazil. It's the capital of northeast with best quality of life (according to Federal Government). It's located on the coast, and cut by rivers such as Sergipe and Poxim. According to the population count conducted by the IBGE in 2007, the city has 520,303 inhabitants. [1] In addition to the populations of cities that form the Great Aracaju, Nossa Senhora do Socorro, Barra dos Coqueiros, Laranjeiras and São Cristóvão, number passes for 760,000 inhabitants. The toponymy "Aracaju" derives from the expression indigenous "ará acaiú", which in Tupi-guarani means "cashew of parrots". The element "ará" means "Parrots" and "acaiú", "fruit of the cashew."

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Bus and airplane connects with the whole country by São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and other cities.

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Crabs are the typical dish, often eaten with a good and cold beer. You also have good fishes, fried ou cooked as "muqueca"

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Most tourists will choose the beach at Atalaia, some 5 km from the center. There are many good hotels and bed-and-brakefast to stay in.

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  • To the south, at the border with the state of Bahia, is Mangue Seco, an easy day trip.
  • Inland is the artificial lake of the river Xingo.
Routes through Aracaju
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