Natal travel guide

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You're Going to Love Natal

When you want to get away from it all, bask in warm beach sunsets and steep yourself in local Brazilian culture and history, Natal is your destination. Home to many affluent locals and vacationers alike, this north Atlantic coastal city is safer than Salvador or Recife and features plenty of beautiful parks, scenic ocean views, historical architecture and modern shopping centers.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Natal

When to Visit Natal

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While it is humid, the maximum temperature in Natal is between 68°F and 89°F due to the cool Atlantic coastal breeze that hits the town. It experiences almost 1900 hours of sunshine a year - so, visit any time!

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How to Get to Natal

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Where to Stay in Natal

The Esmeralda Praia Hotel is one of the best spots for a luxury stay. The Pousada Maravista has rooms with beachfront views. For a central location that's budget-friendly, check into the Pousada Ponta Negra.

Popular Neighborhoods in Natal

Where to stay in popular areas of Natal

Most booked hotels in Natal

How to Get Around Natal

The Cost of Living in Natal

Shopping Streets

Check out the Alecrim neighborhood for markets and fairs. Serious shoppers will love Midway Mall or Praia Shopping.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk costs R$4 and a dozen eggs cost R$7.

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Where to Eat in Natal

When you're looking to chow down, head to A Cantina da Praia in Ponta Negra for all-you-can-eat meals for R$12.