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One of the oldest trains still in use in Brazil. Train tickets are sold at the station from 10am -4pm onwards. Trains on weekends only, maybe holidays. On holidays advisable to buy in advance. We bought the train tickets with a local travel agent as...More
Sit on the last cars to avoid the smoke and on the right side so you can enjoy the view.
Very disappointing to see trash scattered along side the tracks the entire length of the trip. I was impressed by how much dirt was there.
Nice steam train trip, but there's not much to see on the way. At Tiradentes station you can see the locomotive maneuvers on the turntable, which is nice. Locals are very friendly and happy to interact with the tourists.
You should try to avoid the...More
The trip from São João Del Rei to Tiradentes (and vice versa) is lovely! The train travels slowly, so you will be able to appreciate the view, which consists of farms, some mountains and, of course, the local fauna and flora. The locals are welcoming...More
The best way to go from Sao Joao dei Rei to Tiradentes is by Maria Fumaca train. The ride lasts for around 35 minutes and it costs 60 reals for return ticket. We went 20 mins before to train station and it was pretty much...More