Maceió Transportation

  • Trip to 'as Gales'
    Trip to 'as Gales'
    by Sunshinekiss

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    Going souht to Salvador?

    by rafgys Written Nov 5, 2007

    The buses take some 9 to 12 hours, depending on the kind of bus.
    The ticket costs between R$ 60 and R$ 90 (aprox.)

    This is the company doing this route:
    BOMFIM (www.bomfim.com.br - where you can buy tickets on-line)
    tel: (82) 3221-6930

    Anyway ... if you get lucky, you may be able to find an airline promotion for less than the bus. Visit these airlines websites: GOL, TAM, BRA ...

    Related to:
    • Backpacking
    • Budget Travel

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    Rent a car

    by mangueirense Written Jan 5, 2003

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    Without a car you won't get to Maceio's best attractions and beaches around because the public transport- systhem is not very well- or you will spend hours and waste a lot of time!
    So try to rent a car!

    Some car rentals in Maceio:
    ACTION Rent a car
    Av J M Luz 618, Jatiúca - Fone: 325-2299 / 325-6365

    AMÉRICA Rent a car
    Av A Otacílio 2991, Ponta Verde - Fone: 327- 5040

    CARNAÚBA Locadora
    Av Prof Sandoval Arroxelas 580, Ponta Verde - Fone: 231-6055 / 231-5000

    LE MANS Rent a car
    Rua Quintino Bocaiúva 93, Pajuçara - Fone: 231-7895 / 9982-8304

    LOCALIZA Rent a car
    Av Álvaro Otacílio 6445, Jatiúca - Fone: 0800 99 2000 / 325-6565

    SPORTCAR Locadora
    Av Álvaro Otacílio 4065 s12 Loja Hotel Meliá, Jatiúca - Fone: 325-5604

    COOPERVAN
    Tel: 082-355-4228
    Tel: 082-357-1171

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    The Boat trip. . .

    by Sunshinekiss Updated Nov 9, 2002

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    Trip to 'as Gales'

    Boarding the boat on the beach is a smooth operation and there is no need to get wet above one's knees. The seats are comfortable and afford all-around vision. The purr of the motor is lower than the sound of the breeze - passengers can talk to each other without raising their voices, but a simple gesture is enough to be served an iced coconut with a straw to suck the milk inside. ''Caipirinha'', the national cocktail made with cachaca, lime juice and sugar also is served, in glasses. Exitement begins when fish approach. The sailor throws morsels of bread to them and more and more of them come near the boat.

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