One dedicated bonded berth for cruise vessels up to 220m length and maximum draft 10m. Passengers disembark right in front of town's main street.
Printable map to take along.
Cruise calendar for this port.
Watch a destination video.
When you step off the port, there is a long shopping district that has cheap looking clothing, some bars, stores with beauty products, and electronics. But nothing extra-ordinary!
Itajaí has many beautiful beaches, among them are the Molhes, Atalaia, Jeremias, Cabeçudas (the cleanest of them all), Morcego, Praia Brava and Solidão. Take a local bus or a taxi.
The city also has ample rural areas and a beautiful natural landscape, with a rich heritage of Portuguese and German immigrants.
Cafes which offer free WiFi for customers are sparse.
Basic hours for most stores and businesses are from 9am to 6pm, with an extended lunch hour from around noon to 2pm.
Many museums are closed on monday.
Carnival - the five days leading up to Ash Wednesday
April 21 - Remembrance of Tiradentes
May 1 - Labour Day
September 7 - Independence Day
October 12 - Nossa Senhora Aparecida
November 2 - Dia dos Finados (the Day of the Dead)
November 15 - Proclamation of the Republic
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