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How to Reach

 By Plane

There are regular international flights linking Belém to Cayenne, Georgetown, Paramaribo and Miami, and many direct domestic flights linking Belém to Brasilia, Fortaleza, Manaus, Rio de Janeiro and Macapá. Bus Pratinhas to/from Presidente Vargas, and Marex to/from Prça da República. Taxi to center R$ 20-30 (negotiate!).

 By Boat

Passenger terminal at the north end of the docks. Many daily boats to nearby islands, including twice to Ilha do Marajó. Also to Macapá, Santarém and Manaus, with connections further north and west.

By Bus

Huge bus terminal a few kilometers east of the center. Many local buses pass here. It is possible to travel by air-conditioned coach to Belém from most major points in Brazil. However, due to its relative isolation, travel times can be quite lengthy (Example 27 hours to Fortaleza) - especially from the south.

Key places to visit
Sao Joao Batista, Ilha de Marajo, Ladeira do Castelo, Cathedral, Homens Pretos


Places to Visit

Sao Joao Batista

Sao Joao Batista, Belem is a well known church in this city. This church is among the known churches in Belem city. This is a major city present in the north of the country of Brazil. As such the city of Belem in Brazil is quite famous for its tourist locations. There are several such places of interest present here. Sao Joao Batista, Belem in the city of Belem is among the renowned Tourist Attractions in and around Belem.

The church of Sao Joao Batista, Belem is a beautiful edifice on an octangular plan. This church is a outstanding work of art by Landi'. This church of Sao Joao Batista in Belem in Belem was constructed in the year 1772 as well as in 1777.

Ilha de Marajo

Ilha de Marajo, Belem is one of the chief Belem tourist attractions. Plan a visit to the Ilha de Marajo, Belem and other surrounding areas to know more of Belem.

The beautiful city of Belém, capital of Pará is home to several stunningly beautiful islands, historically and culturally rich sites and vibrant markets. Visit the most attractive destinations in Belem and in the surrounding area to discover more of Belem.

The surrounding area of Belém is home to several attractive sites. Among them, the most interesting is the Ilha de Marajó. Don’t miss a visit to the Ilha de Marajo, Belem on extensive sightseeing tours in and around Belem.

The Ilha de Marajó in Belem, cuddled by the waters of the Amazon, the Tapajós and the Atlantic, is one of the biggest river islands of the world. Covering an area of around 50,000sq.kilometers, Ilha de Marajo, Belem is a major tourist spot.

Ladeira do Castelo

Ladeira do Castelo, Belem is among the renowned places of interest of this city. The city of Belem is set in the north of Brazil. This city is among the major cities of the state of Para. Belem is quite populous and is famous for its tourist spots and the large number of mango trees. As such there are several Tourist Attractions in and around Belem but the Ladeira do Castelo, Belem is quite famous among not just the locals but among the international travelers and tourists who visit this city from all corners of the world throughout the year.

Ladeira do Castelo in Belem is a street which connects the Fort do Castelo with the old town. The fort was constructed where Rio Guama meets the Guaraja Bay. The magnificent fort was constructed by the Portuguese in the year 1616. This fort is now the base of the Military Circle. The Fort do Castelo is also a renowned tourist attraction.


Cathedral, Belem was built in 1748. The Cathedral, Belem or the Metropolitan Cathedral of Belem is called the Igreja da Se. It is situated in Praca Trei Caetano Brandao in Bairro da Cidade Velha in Belem. The architecture of the church reflects neoclassical style. It is a treasure trove of sacred arts. The interior of the Cathedral in Belem houses oil paintings, beautiful frescoes and panels. It is open to visitors from 8 am to 12 pm from Tuesday to Friday.

Homens Pretos

It is the capital and also the biggest city of the state of Para. Its urban area has approximately 2.09 million inhabitants. It is the entrance gate and, together with Manaus, the most important city in the Brazilian Amazon area. It is also recognized as Cidade das Mangueiras and known as the city of mango trees due to the number of mango trees found in the city.

Apart from Homens Pretos, Belem, the visitors can also pay a visit to many different places of attractions. The guests can pay a visit to the Ladeira do Castelo. It includes Ladeira do Castelo. The Ladeira do Castelo, which links the fort with the old town, is the city's oldest street, lined with buildings faced with panels of Portuguese azulejos and superb churches. Many of the buildings date from the middle of the 18th century, when Belem welcomed artists from many European countries, who brought the neo classical method to Brazil.

Right Time to Visit

July - November