Igreja da Sé
The imposing Igreja da Sé was originally built in 1537. Burnt in 1631, it has been reconstructed four times since, most recently from...
Igreja da Misericórdia
Igreja da Misericórdia was closed indefinitely for an ongoing restoration during our visit in 2015.
Convento de São Francisco
This is a large structure containing the 16th-century Igreja NS das Neves and two later chapels, with rich baroque detailing and lovely...
Esquina do Peneira
There's nothing remarkable about it other than its simplicity, but this corner hot spot across from the tourist office draws locals in...
Casa de Noca
For simple Northeastern food at its best, you can't beat this backyard restaurant that offers just one dish: large chunks of grilled...
Praça da Sé · interesting places nearby
Tapioca Stands information
A great way to start an evening is with a tasty tapioca snack and a beer or caipirinha from the myriad tapioca stands and food stalls Recife from Alto da Sé.