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Colonial Treasures in Brazil

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 8 - 14 day(s)
Group Size: 1 - 10 people
Destination(s): Brazil  
Specialty Categories: Honeymoon   Sightseeing  
Season: January - December
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 1500 US Dollar (USD)
Maximum Per Person Price: 3000 US Dollar (USD)

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1: Rio de Janeiro (In)

Rio de Janeiro: Capital of the State of Rio de Janeiro, and also Brazil's capital from 1763 to 1961, is nestled between the mountains and the sea. Its magnificent shoreline includes charming bays and beautiful beaches, dotted with islands up and down the coast. Flying into Rio is a beautiful sight, whether it be at night or during the day, the visitor quickly finds out why Rio is known as the Wonderful City. It is also an important center for art and fashion. Arrive Rio de Janeiro - transfer to hotel Evening - Rio by night with dinner and show - Enjoy a nice dinner in one of Rio s best barbecue restaurant. After dinner, show at Plataforma, a samba house, where guests will enjoy a show with elaborately costumed mulatas, singers and dancers, presenting Brazil's folklore and capturing the carnival rhythms. Overnight Rio de Janeiro

Day 2: Tour to Corcovado

Breakfast at your hotel. After a beautiful scenic drive along Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, passengers arrive at the bottom of the Corcovado hill where they will embark on a comfortable train which will climb the beautiful mountain, where the statue of Christ, the Redeemer is located (2.300ft above sea level). From the top, discover why Rio is known as the Marvelous city! This tour also includes drive along Rio's famous beaches. This afternoon, Secrets of Old Rio - An interesting walking tour within the colonial part of Rio . The downtown area is where the 400- year-old city started to grow and is nowadays a very busy trade center. Despite this hectic movement, you can discover the most interesting places, combining baroque and modern architecture, little cafes, and pedestrian streets. Overnight Rio de Janeiro.

Day 3: Tour to Petrópolis

Breakfast at your hotel. Day at leisure.

Day 4: Rio de Janeiro- Belo Horizonte- Ouro Petro

This morning, you will be transferred to Rio airport for flight to Belo Horizonte. Arrival in Belo Horizonte, immediate transfer to the city of Ouro Preto. Ouro Preto was founded in the early 18th century. It was built on rocky ground and declared a national monument in 1933. It is the masterpiece of colonial architecture in Brazil with fountains, churches, ruins and towers shining with colored tiles. Due to its distance from the coast, it is the only town in Brazil to remain as an outstanding artistic and architectural example of that era. Ouro Preto's baroque architecture can be viewed upon as typically Brazilian. Accomodation and Overnight at Pousada Mondego.

Day 5: Ouro Petro

Breakfast at your hotel. Am walking tour of Ouro Preto - Ouro Preto was founded in the early 18th century. It was built on rocky ground and declared a national monument in 1933. It is the masterpiece of colonial architecture in Brazil . A visit to Ouro Preto is a step back into history . Overnight at Ouro Petro.

Day 6: Ouro Petro- Belo Horizonte - Salvador de Bahia

Breakfast at your hotel. Am transfer back to Belo Horizonte Airport for flight to Salvador. Salvador - .Capital of the State of Bahia, and was also Brazil's capital until 1763, is divided in two parts. The "Lower City" is at sea level and contains the old port and the commercial area where visitors will find a complete and varied assortment of Brazilian arts and crafts at the Modelo Market. It is also the best place to witness a demonstration of "capoeira", a martial art developed by African slaves in Brazil, originally as a form of combat and later as a type of dance and folklore tradition. The "Upper City" can be reached by stone steps, alleyways or the famous Lacerda Elevator. This part of the city contains the old government buildings, the residential districts, museums, churches and much of the newer architecture. Arrive in Salvador, transfer to Hotel. In the Evening, Bahia by night with dinner and show - The show takes place in the 18th century colonial complex Solar do Unhao which had it's own church, manor house and slaves quarters, in the old stockrooms and is a showcase of the Candomble; the manculele, the dance of the caboclo and capoeira. Buffet Dinner is offered during the show. Overnight Hotel Pestana Convento do Carmo.

Day 7: Pelourinho historical tour.

Half day Historical tour - We start in the modern suburb of Barra and make our way slowly by to the old historical section of town, the Pelourinho area with the largest and the best preserved complex colonial architecture in the Americas. We visit the church of S. Francisco with its exuberant gold-leafed Baroque interior and the Pelourinho Square, the heart of the old town. This tour shows two distinct aspects of Salvador, the new and the old, concentrating on the early expansion of the city. Overnight Hotel Pestana Convento do Carmo.

Day 8: Salvador de Bahia

Breakfast at your hotel. Day at leisure to enjoy optional excursions or just rest at the beach. Overnight Hotel in Salvador

Day 9: Salvador (out)

Breakfast at your hotel.Transfer to airport for your flight to Sao Paulo to connect for your international flight back home.

Member discount:
10% discount for InfoHub customer.  Request a free gift certificate.

Airfare is not included in the tour price.

Price Includes:
- All Transfers between hotels and airport/bus station 
- 9 Night Accommodation total (3 In Rio de Janeiro + 3 in Ouro Petro & 3 in Salvador de Bahia)  
- Breakfast and taxes in all the hotels 
- Described tours 
- Bilingual guide (English / Portuguese) 

Price Excludes:
- Domestic and international flights and buses 
- National Parks and Reserves entrance fees 
- Travel insurance 
- Tips 

About This Supplier
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Location: USA
Joined InfoHub: Jan 2011
Client Request Served: 9

Since 2006 M20756 has been offering custom and independent trips to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile and Peru. Our passion for South America, knowledge of the region and attention to detail helps us prepare memorable trips for our clients. Envisioned and founded by a native Argentine, Analia Rupar-Przebieda, M20756...

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