Rio Grande do Sul impresses its visitors with the amount of natural beauty and tourist attractions available throughout the state.
The population of Rio Grande do Sul is formed by descendants of Portuguese, Spanish, German, Italian and Polish, this giant mixture of different cultures. It is still possible to find speakers of Italian and German dialects in some regions of the state, especially in Serra Gaúcha.
The state has 497 municipalities with numerous possibilities for tourism. The capital Porto Alegre with more than 1.5 million residents breathes culture and leisure offering a range of attractions. To give you an idea, the city has 13 cultural centers, 50 museums and memorials, more than 30 theaters and 64 movie theaters, not to mention the concert halls included in the route of national and international shows.
You scenery and the beautiful landscapes of the Serra Gaúcha, give the impression of being somewhere in Europe without leaving Brazil. In addition to the natural beauties, the rich gastronomy combined with the wines produced in the state and the characteristic cold climate of the region (with the right to snow in some months of the year), have become a perfect combination that attract thousands of tourists to some municipalities in the state located nearby. The Serra Gaúcha, between them, Lawn, Lower leg, Bento Gonçalves, Garibaldi and Nova Petrópolis.
inside the Rio Grande do Sul sights formed by gigantic walls form impressive canyons and valleys of the Aparados da Serra National Park, a highly recommended destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers. The gateway is the charming city of Cambará do Sul and the highlight of the region is the Itaimbezinho Canyon, 720 meters deep and 6 kilometers long.
the coast of Rio Grande do Sul it also offers breathtaking landscapes. The municipality of Torres in the extreme north of the state is the only beach on the coast of Rio Grande do Sul where it is possible to see rocky walls on its shore. From above, lovers of free flight have the thrill of seeing the beauty of the beaches jumping down the Morro do Farol ramp. Whoever travels along the south coast finds a gigantic coastline of almost 600 km, forming an almost straight line without hills or peninsulas.
Tourist destinations in Rio Grande do Sul
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