- Established: April 13 1726
- Nickname: Fortal
- Region State: Ceará
- Population: 2,551,806
- Temperature Average: around 25-30 °C
- Stadium: Estádio Castelão
Fortaleza World Cup Poster
The Fortaleza World Cup poster shows many objects, symbolizing the city very well. In the front you have the famous Fortaleza beaches with behind the modern skyscrapers. Behind them you see in the middle the Estádio Castelão which will host 6 World Cup matches. A huge football comes out of the stadium, with each panel showing one of Fortaleza’s landmarks. You see for example the Cultural Center, the fortress Fortaleza do Monte, Ponte dos Ingleses (the English bridge), the cathedral and the old lighthouse of Mucuripe. This is one of the better World Cup Brazil posters.
Matches To Be Played: 6
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Fortaleza: 4 Things You Have to See
FIFA Fan Fest
FIFA’s Fan Fests include huge screens where fans can watch the World Cup matches together. The Fan Fest in Fortaleza can be found in Praia de Iracema.
Dragão do Mar Cultural Centre
In the centre you have among others the Contemporary Art Museum, the Rubens de Azevedo Planetarium and the Ceará Culture Memorial. There is also an area for concerts, a library, theater and cinemas, and you can find good bars and restaurants there. It’s located in Rua Dragão do Mar, 81.
Avenida Beira-Mar (Avenue on the Seafront)
Fortaleza has famous beaches and boulevards. Check the Avenida Beira-Mar at Iracema, Meireles and Mucuripe beaches, there is always something to do.
Cumbuco, a small laid back beach village is great to visit, but it is even more fun when you’re into water sports!
Did You Know Fortaleza:
- Is the capital of the State Ceará
- is located next to the Atlantic coast with 34 km of beaches
- is also called “Land of Light” where the sun shines all year
- Is the 5th most populated Brazilian city
- Is one of the most famous touristic cities in Northeast Brazil
- Is known as the “capital of happiness” in Brazil, a place where there is always parties, fun and beautiful beaches
- Was a host city in the 2013 Confederations Cup