Founded in the early eighteenth century, Ouro Preto is a masterpiece of colonial Brazilian architecture and art. In fact, UNESCO has declared it a World Heritage Site.
SÃO JOÃO DEL REY
A visit to São João del Rei is a must. Here the religious traditions of colonial times live on in the churches, processions and habits of the faithful.
A truly singular place. Diamantina’s evenings are punctuated by the sounds of serenades, classical and baroque music.
Seat of the first capital and diocese of Minas, Mariana maintains a distinctive eighteenth-century aura as reflected in its architecture, streetscapes, monuments and leisurely pace of life.
Comfort, sophistication and style make Tiradentes one of the most alluring towns in Minas. Its shops are inviting, the craftworks of the finest quality, the inns and restaurants enchanting. All very romantic.
Inhotim occupies an area of 87 acres of beautiful gardens – a part created by renowned landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx – a comprehensive living library of tropical plant species, in addition to a remarkable collection of contemporary art.