Tourist police in central Fortaleza that process investigations and reports for insurance claims. This is a 24-hour police station, but note the tourist police section is closed on weekends. For emergency assistance…
The city tourism department operates this helpful information booth on Meireles beach; there's usually English spoken here. You'll find good maps here. There's another branch at the Mercado Central.
Sells bus/van tickets for many regional routes, organizes transport from Jericoacoara to Lençóis Maranhenses (R$1050 for up to 4 passengers) and sells air tickets.
This supermarket can usually give cash back, with a 10 per cent charge for debit cards and 15 per cent for credit cards, up to a R$500 limit.
A useful information office at the airport; English-speaking attendants usually available.
Municipal tourism office located in the basement of the central market.
The area’s best travel-medicine specialist, with a multilingual 24-hour house-call service.
Helpful little place that also does printing, scans, faxes and phone calls.
Jeri's tourist police, located near Vento de Jeri Pousada.
ATM on the Beira Mar waterfront.