Travel Guide


Located in the state of Minas Gerais, the city is known worldwide and exerts significant national and even international influence, be it from a cultural, economic or political point of view. It has important monuments, parks and museums, such as the Pampulha Art Museum, the Arts and Crafts Museum, the PUC Minas Natural Sciences Museum, the Praça da Liberdade Cultural Circuit, the Pampulha Architectural Complex, the Central Market and Savassi, and major events such as the International Festival of Theater, Stage and Street (FIT-BH), International Short Film Festival and the International Meeting of Literatures in Portuguese Language. It is also nationally known as the "national capital of the botecos", because there are more bars per capita than in any other big city in Brazil. photo:


São Paulo is the most multicultural city in Brazil and one of the most diverse in the world.
The city has numerous cultural activities and a night life that is considered one of the best in the country. There are several cinemas, theaters, museums and cultural centers. Oscar Freire Street, according to Mystery Shopping International, was voted one of the eight most luxurious streets in the world. The diversity of people and cultures that have built the city also means that the rich gastronomy of the region is in itself a great tourist attraction. This statement can be proven through the wide gastronomic variety of the city, which covers more than 50 types of cuisine. photo:

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