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Aracaju Airport car hire

The Brazilian government named Aracaju, the Sergipe state capital, as the northeast Brazilian city with the greatest quality of life. Santa Maria Airport is less than 7.5 miles from this coastal city with car hire in Aracaju Airport. Over 940,000 people flew to or from this airport which serves other Brazilian cities in 2010.

Aracaju Airport facilities

An average of 14 flights per day enter the present two-floor passenger terminal, which opened in 1998. A wall depicting Sergipe aviation history through photographs stands next to the Arrivals hall’s cultural centre. Passengers can attend meetings in the four conference rooms, watch flights from a panoramic terrace, compare car hire or browse in 28 shops.

Aracaju Airport excursions

The Poxim and Sergipe rivers run through Aracaju, but the nearest beach lies over three miles away with car rental in Aracaju Airport in Atalaia. Other frequent excursions include the Xingo River’s artificial lake and the fishing village of Mangue Seco, famous for its white sand dunes. Favorite beachfront fare here includes muquesa seafood dishes washed down with ice cold beer.

Best time to visit

Aracaju temperatures are at their hottest and most humid between January and March, this city’s summer months. Weather remains humid during Aracaju’s rainy season, which lasts from March to August. Although July and August are Aracaju’s coolest months, temperatures remain warm enough for comfortable days on the beach.

Car rental in Aracaju Airport

Driving in Aracaju takes motorists past some of Brazil’s most breathtaking beaches. The federal BR-235 and BR-101 roads are Aracaju’s two main motorways. As in most other Brazilian cities, motorists face long traffic jams in the inner city and speeding drivers on the major motorways. Roads are busiest of all during the 15-day Pre Cajú festival in June.