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. READ MORE
Baroque tour-de-force, the sculptures of Aleijadinho which decorate the Sanctuary of Good Jesus of Matozinhos express the passion and piety of this great artist at the peak of his humanism and creativity. READ MORE
It was the first Brazilian city to be built (1897) upon an urban plan. The city’s main tourist attraction is Pampulha, a planned neighborhood surrounding a man-made lake and graced by an architectural complex designed by world famous Oscar Niemeyer.