Fortaleza is the fifth-largest city in Brazil. It’s the second most desired destination in Brazil, so it is no surprise that many seek a coliving lifestyle here. Fortaleza has a history that leads back to the year 1500 AD.
There is so much to experience in Fortaleza, including the biggest aqua park in South America, Beach Park. The city is a well-known destination for remote workers and there is so much to see and do here when you have some time to yourself. An absolute must is discovering Metropolitan Cathedral. The church took almost 50 years to build from start to finish, and the third-largest church in Brazil certainly stands tall and proud. Buying unique souvenirs at the central market, experiencing street food, visiting different restaurants at Beira Mar, and watching the sunset at Mirante in Praia de Iracema are just a few things Fortaleza has to offer.
Brazilian cuisine is one of the most diverse in the world! It has so many options offering delicious authentic flavors. Some favorite dishes in Fortaleza include Tapioca, Farofa, a toasted cassava or cornflour mixture, and Pão de a feijoa, which is delicious Brazilian baked cheese bread. For something sweet, the Acai bowls and ice cream are nomads favorite in Fortaleza. Acai comes from the Acai Palm in the Amazon and is full of antioxidants.
There are many ways to get around Fortaleza. There is a form of transport to suit everyone from Uber, taxi, and city buses to walking and bike shares. If you are up for it, experience this fantastic city on foot. It is the best way to see what is going on around the city and along the boardwalk.
Fortaleza is the perfect coliving destination for digital nomads and others alike. With countless spots to work from in the city, this makes it a popular working hub for remote workers. It has high-speed Internet, and it is a hub for coworking too, making it easy to meet and connect with other like-minded digital nomads.
Some fun facts about Fortaleza:
- The city receives over half a million tourists a year
- Fortazela used to be disputed among the Portuguese and Dutch colonialists
- The city is a coastal city and has over 25 beaches
- Fortaleza is well known amongst tourist and locals for it safe and fun nightlife