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Anderson N wrote a review Oct 2019
Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil387 contributions49 helpful votes
The city is so small, but so nice and beautiful! You can walk in the stone engraved streets with historic buildings, buy gifts in the squares or in the “store street” or just chill in a quiet square, after a delicious lunch in any of the local cuisine restaurants.
Date of experience: October 2019
CWinkBrasil wrote a review Oct 2018
Pirenopolis, GO9 contributions3 helpful votes
Taking a walk through the historic district of this charming little town will be well worth your while. Sure Pirenopolis is known for its beautiful waterfalls, but don't forget to plan at least one day to explore the many unique stores and restaurants.
Date of experience: September 2018
David G wrote a review Aug 2018
Los Angeles, California118 contributions63 helpful votes
Lovely small town. So many waterfalls nearby. Good places to eat. Nice art and silver jewerly by local airtist. 17 th century flavor in the old part of town. Good for a weekend visit.
Date of experience: August 2018
Maria Teresa wrote a review May 2018
97 contributions5 helpful votes
For everybody that loves history, that’s a special place! The buildings are beautiful, there are many good restaurants, some interesting museums, many scenic views! I love this city!
Date of experience: May 2018
la_viajera_constanta wrote a review Nov 2017
Brussels, Belgium2026 contributions442 helpful votes
Quaint historic town for a day trip from Brasilia (combine wth waterfalls to get the most from the day)
This is a quaint and well-preserved historic town about 160 kilometres drive from Brasilia. Depending on traffic and road closures it could be anything from 1.5 to 3 hours (it took us 3 hours due to a road closure and detour, which according to our guide, are frequent). The town is pleasant to wander around, and on a Monday in October it was quiet. The restored church is worth a visit, although check opening hours as I think it is only open from 2pm. Some nice restos to lunch in and craft shops to browse. There is also a river which looks very inviting, but you shouldn't swim in that as it is polluted - even though some people do... In any case, to get the most of the day trip try to visit some of the waterfalls nearby - not sure it is worth such a long drive for the town alone.…
Date of experience: October 2017