Tours | Jun 12 | 2020 | No Comment

Duration 6 hours.
Available during Weekends only.
Known as the “City of Arts”, the village originally appeared between 1555 and 1559 is nowadays known nationally and internationally as a center of concentration of painters, sculptors and craftsmen that in the weekends exhibit their work in one of the 38 galleries, antique shops or in the famous Embu das Artes Fair, which also offers a rich food court and a space for exhibition of ornamental plants and flowers.
The city also gives prominence to dance performances, theater, music and poetry, performed in various public spaces. When walking between winding alleys of colonial architecture, visitors can learn a little more about Brazilian’s art, exposed at the Museum of Sacred Art of the Jesuits and in the Indian Museum, furthermore, the visitors can taste typical dishes of national culinary.

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