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Natal, the capital of the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte, is a city on the Atlantic coast. It is famous for its beautiful beaches, historical sites and lots of natural beauty.

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

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Natal, the capital of brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte, was founded on December 25, 1599, which explains its name (Natal means Christmas in Portuguese). It is the capital of Brazil closer to Africa and Europe and one of the eight most visited cities in Brazil. The city that is quieter and safer than other large cities in the area and has the greatest quality of life was one of the venues of the FIFA World Cup 2014. Explore this amazing city with its beautiful beaches, historical sites and natural beauties. You can also enjoy the wonderful beaches of the state of Rio Grande do Norte, such as Pipa, Baía Formosa (Formosa Bay), Barra do Cunhaú and Genipabu, and lakes, such as Carcará and Coca-Cola. All must see!

 

 
Natal
Natal, Brazil

Language: Portuguese

Currency: Brazilian Real
1.00 (one) BRL in  = 0,00

 

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Augusto Severo Airport
Rodoviária Nova
 
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Where to stay in Natal:


Lodging options in Natal are concentrated in two districts: Ponta Negra and Via Costeira. Ponta Negra has almost all the hotels in town, from simple guesthouses and small hotels, to large hotel chains with high standard accommodations. The Via Costeira offers great resorts on the seaside.

 

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Getting around in Natal:


Although Natal is a touristic town, unfortunately it does not have a good public transportation infrastrutcture. Between bus, taxi and car, the latter is the best way to get around the city because it allows you to see all the interesting sights that are not always close to each other.

 

Bus is the cheapest way to get around Natal, however lines are often too full. If you are in a hurry, it is better not to use buses because they often make a huge turn to get to your final destination.

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    A good option for those wishing to use the bus a lot is to get a rechargeable card. Otherwise it is easier to pay for the ticket as you use it. A ticket costs R$ 2.60.

 

There are plenty of taxis in Natal and they are a good option for getting around in the city. Taxis fares are not as cheap as they are in other cities, but it pays off, depending on the distance of your travel. Rates are regulated by the government.


    It’s about R$30.00 for a 20 minutes ride.

 

 

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Natal has a typical tropical climate, with an average temperature of about 27°C (80.6°F) throughout the year. February is the warmest month while July is the coldest. During summer, from December to February, the temperature reaches over 30°C (86°F) with warm waters - about 26°C (78,8°F). The period of greatest rainfall is between March and July.

 

 

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