The city of Vitoria
Get to know a little more about the Capital of Espírito Santo
Those present at the Vitoria Stone Fair | Marmomac Latin America can also enjoy the beauties of the capital of Espírito Santo, one of the three Brazilian capitals located on islands and, therefore, with stunning landscapes of beaches, bays and channels.
With an area of 104.3 km², Vitória is an archipelago made up of 34 islands and a continental region, with the most beautiful coastal scenery in the country and a predominantly humid tropical climate, with average maximum temperatures of 30.4 °C and minimum 24 °C. In addition to its natural attributes, Vitoria offers visitors all the infrastructure necessary for an unforgettable stay, with restaurants for all tastes, where you can taste from the traditional moqueca and capixaba pie, regional culinary delights that enchant the tourists, even the most sophisticated international cuisine.
In terms of nightlife, the city has several integrated leisure centers, which include nightclubs, bars and restaurants where you can enjoy all the rhythms, including the Congo, typical music style of the state.
At 468 years old, the capital of Espírito Santo also has a large historical collection from the time of the colonization of Brazil, with museums, churches and convents preserved with their original characteristics.
In Vitoria it is possible to take quick walks in several beaches and neighboring cities such as Guarapari, famous “City-Health”, or take a stretch to the mountain region, where you can enjoy a cold climate in a region colonized by Germans and Italians.
In addition to being a tourist city, Vitória is a land of opportunity and business and, together with the municipalities of Serra, Cariacica, Viana, Vila Velha, Fundão and Guarapari, the Greater Vitória Metropolitan Region, the main industrial area of the state, where they are located 32 of the 52 largest companies in this sector in the state. The city of Vitória concentrates about 27.2% of GDP, 29.6% of the consumption potential (CPI) and 28.6% of the workforce of Espírito Santo.
This economic dynamism of the Capital results mainly from foreign trade services, support to the industrial urban economy of Greater Vitoria and the growth of the tourism sector. In addition, in recent years, activities related to oil and natural gas exploration have gained momentum and already reflect positive direct and indirect impacts throughout the Metropolitan Region, such as: increased investment and job creation, expansion of port activities. , promoting business tourism, among others.
As one of the fastest growing cities in the country, Vitória is poised to delight visitors of Brazil’s largest ornamental stone event, offering quality hotel and leisure services, mobility facilities, as well as eye-popping beauties and hospitality. of the people of Espírito Santo.
More information about the city of Vitória, visit the official website: vitoria.es.gov.br
To take advantage of the numerous tourism options the island offers, contact Fomatur Receptive Tourism at 27 3029-0233 / 3029-0237 / 99935-3155 and purchase your package.