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Fortaleza Night Life

The Capital of Ceara has a great night life. With its many night-clubs and "danceterias", it is definitely the place for young people to have fun. You can try dancing 'forro', a typical sensual dance, or if you donエt feel up to giving it a go, hours of entertainmnet can be spent just watching the agile dancers. For each day of the week, one club is chosen by the locals to be the meeting point for that evening. It starts on the Monday at Pirata Bar on Iracema Beach. On Tuesdays you can enjoy the beach bar, Subindo ao Ceu. On Wednesdays the Clube do Vaqueiro is a popular venue and on Thursdays go to the all the beach bars at Praia do Futuro; here the stalls stay open late into the night, serving fresh seafood and providing music and an atmosphere to please the crowds. At the weekends the city turns into a party, where night clubs, bars and restaurants lay on a great variety of live music and comedy shows. For the older people, the beautiful district of Iracema, with its French colonial houses, has a wide range of attractive bars and restaurants looking over the water,with the skyline of the city of Fortaleza as a backdrop. Also, a famous handicraft market, which takes place daily from 18:00 hrs onwards, is located on the main avenue; walk along the city beach and buy beautiful handicrafts of the region, such as lace and sandbottles..



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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