Located at the Dragão do Mar Center of Art and Culture, the Rubens de Azevedo Planetarium accommodates up to 90 people and hosts tourist-educational activities, providing great spectacles for detailed observation of stars, planets and galaxies in three daily sessions.
R. Dragão do Mar, 81 – Praia de Iracema.
One of the headquarters of the World Cup in Brazil, Governador Plácido Castelo Stadium, also known as Arena Castelão or Castelão, was inaugurated in 1973 and with a capacity of up to 63,903, is the largest stadium in the Northeast, being among the 60 largest stadiums in Brazil. world and the four largest in Brazil and the largest in the North / Northeast. In addition to hosting 06 matches of the biggest football competition in the world, Arena Castelão has already hosted other major sports and cultural events, such as the reception of Pope John Paul II in 1980 and international names such as Paul MacCartney and Beyoncé.
Av. Alberto Craveiro, 2901 – Castelão
Considered poetry on the stage, Ceará Show is a piece that carries not only the intention to show the preciousness of the state to those who do not know them, but to personify their characters, myths and figures of representation for all media. The piece represents Ceará and Brazil, so it will amuse and thrill you!
With a different architectural concept, the Japanese Garden of Fortaleza has several socializing environments. From the food area to the playground, it is possible to hold meetings and even small events. Every Tuesday and Thursday, the Sports Secretariat in partnership with the City of Fortaleza conducts free Tai Chi Chuan classes, among other free sports activities.
Av. Beira-Mar, open daily from 8am to midnight.
The Casa de José de Alencar is a cultural institution maintained by the Federal University of Ceará and registered by the Institute of National Historical and Artistic Heritage in 1964. The area of the institution houses the house in which the writer José de Alencar lived his childhood, Messejana, in Fortaleza.
Architectural, historical, affective and cultural heritage of Fortaleza, Estoril was considered for many years an icon of the “bohemia” of Praia de Iracema. Built between 1920 and 1925, the former Vila Morena was the first building of the then Peixe Beach and now houses the headquarters of the Municipal Secretary of Tourism of Fortaleza (Setfor).
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Fortaleza was built at the site of the old Igreja da Sé. Beginning in 1938 and inaugurated in 1978, the work took forty years to complete. Occupying most of Praça Pedro II, also known as Praça da Sé, in the historical center of Fortaleza, the temple, whose project was signed by the French architect George Maunier, stands out for its architectonic imposition, predominantly neo-Gothic and romantic elements, and the beauty of stained glass.
The Centro de Pequenos Negócios, better known as Beco da Poeira, aims to boost local production through wholesale in order to provoke yet another optimistic reaction of the market, valuing the production of the region.
546 Imperador Avenue, Centro
500 boxs and stores selling at Wholesale and retail.
164 Sobral Street, next to the Igreja da Sé
With 25 years and a privileged infrastructure of 45,000 m², Maraponga Mart Moda is the most complete shopping mall in the North and Northeast of Brazil. With more than 250 stores, here the fashion retailer finds a diversified mix of products and brands of various segments: women’s, men’s, children’s, jeanswear, fitness, beach, intimate, handbags and shoes, glasses, accessories, special sizes, articles for shops and perfumery.
290 Francisco Glicério Street, Maraponga.