The main historical landmarks of the city will be visited, such as: Beira Mar Avenue, considered as one of the main avenues of the city, where the Craft Fair, the statue of Iracema, and the Mucuripe suburb are located. Mucuripe is a suburb that has a poetic, historical and economical importance to the city, and this is where the port area is located.
We will follow the Praia do Futuro beach, the most frequented of the city. In the Aldeota suburb, considered to be the first "upscale suburb", we'll find Dom Luis Avenue (tribute to the first archbishop of Fortaleza), Portugal Square (tribute to Mariners and Portuguese colonists), Nossa Senhora do Líbano Church - our Lady of Lebanon (the only Orthodox church in the city), and the mausoleum of former president Humberto De Alencar Castelo Branco.
In the Praia de Iracema suburb (place of the eternal lovers), or the Bohemian neighborhood, you'll find numerous bars, restaurants, the famous Pirata bar (considered the craziest monday in the world), and Ponte dos Ingleses bridge, more commonly known as Ponte Métalica or the Metal Bridge. Furthermore, we'll stop by the Dragão do Mar de Arte E Cultura Cultural Centre in the downtown area, where the city sprang up and where you can find the central market.
We will also visit the Schoonemborch Fort (fort around which the village sprang up), the Metropolitan Cathedral of Fortaleza, Passeio Público (first public square of the city), the former public jailhouse (craft center today), and the railway station.
There will be stops on the tour at the cathedral, metal bridge and the tourist centre.