Holidays To Belo Horizonte

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Famous to the natives as Beagá, Belo Horizonte was titled for its stunning sight of adjacent peaks. sophisticated spread makes it difficult to value the natural position presently, but Brazil’s third-biggest city still has significant beauty. Stroll down the bustling urbane roads of the Savassi region on a Saturday evening, dine at one of the exquisite eateries in Lourdes, walk between the heavily filled booths at Mercado Central, visit a weekend road market or a concert at the Palácio das Artes, or tour the Inhotim art museum west of the metropolis, and you’ll find that Belo Horizonte has numerous features. Tally to all this the affectionate, greeting nature of Beagá’s inhabitants and you’ve got a victorious mix. Stick around a couple of days – you may grow affectionate of the place. Constructed on various slopes and entirely encircled by peaks, Belo Horizonte is the sixth biggest metropolis in Brazil, the thirteenth biggest metropolis in South America and the sixteenth biggest metropolis in the Americas. Book holidays to Belo Horizonte with Travel Center and gain from our all-inclusive holidays which include cheap flights, inexpensive lodging and flexible booking choices. We at Travel Center are devoted to make sure that your holiday to Belo Horizonte is memorable!

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -3:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Tap Portugal, TAM Brazil

Languages

Portuguese

Best Time to Travel

January to April, November to December

Modes of Transport

Bus, Train, Taxi

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 5.95 BRL

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Praca da Liberdade

The Freedom Square or Praca da Liberdade was envisioned as the centre for state administration and power. Today it is a huge park and plaza in the city centre. Around the plaza you will see the beautiful Palacio Cristo Rio built in 1940 and Edificio Niemeyar a unique housing structure.

Sao Francisco de Assis

This is one of the first projects done by renowned architect Oscar Niemeyar. The beautiful monument is located above a lake in the province of Pampulha. The outside of the church is covered with Azulejo tiles created by Candido Portinari. Enjoy exploring this unconventionally styled church.

Palcio da Artes

Housing South America's most prominent centres for art, the Palcio da Artes is located to the south western end of the municipal park. Browse the three galleries or catch a reverting show at one of the three theatres. The craft centre offers high quality handicrafts.

Museu de Mineralogia

The Mineralogy Museum is locally known as the ‘Queen of Scrap Iron’. It displays over 3000 varieties of minerals from the Gerais Mines and other from across the world; only 800 of these minerals are on display together with gold, diamonds, emeralds, sapphires and many more precious stones.

Museu de Arte

The Museum of Art sits above the glistening lake of Pampulha. It is surrounded by the beautiful Burl Marx Sculpture Garden. The building, a first by architect Oscar Niemeyer was converted into a museum in 1957. On display are ceramics, graphics, paintings, sculptures and films.

Mercado Central

The Central Market is a shopaholic’s paradise. It is one of the liveliest corners of the city; home to over 400 stalls. A variety of goods are sold there from food to canned products. Watch as sellers peel and slice pineapples with a machete and sample traditional fare at the lunch stands.

Museu de Artes e Oficios

The museum of Arts and Crafts is an interesting browse. Located in the huge Praca de Estacao, a venue for festivals and outdoor concerts; the museum displays instruments of art and weaving from Brazils pre industrialised period. On display are instruments for sewing, weaving, woodworking, spinning and more.

Parque Mangabeiras

Located at the end of the city this is a rather large park the covers the slopes of Serra do Curral. The park encompasses several springs, a primeval lake, playing fields for children as well as jogging and cycling tracks.

Parque Municipal

This is a gorgeous place full of century old trees and colourful flowering shrubs. Enjoy boat rides on the lake, the kiddies play area and use of the tennis courts. The Orchidarium displays several species of the royal flower while the Orchestra Minas Gerais performs at the Concerto de Parque.

Natural History Museum

Covering displays on minerals and archaeology the museum displays 45 acts from the life of Jesus with a staggering 580 figurines. The museum is in the verdant Botanical Gardens home to indigenous plants and trees.