É uma cidade muito boa de morar, não é muito turístico mas tem história trazidas pelos imigrantes alemães. Alem de ser uma cidade limpa e segura de viver.
Cities near Novo Hamburgo
- 1Brazil1 review
Ivoti is a lovely city, beautiful scenery and friendly people. See the images some of the many attractions of our city.
- 2Brazil1 review
AMAZING PLACE to stop in and visit. German immigrants have made enormous contributions to the culture of the city. The first German immigrants came to the region from the Hundsrück region of southwest Germany.
- 3Brazil1 review
In 1824 it received its initial German immigrants and became the first urban centre in a vast region stretching from the boundaries of Porto Alegre to the southern slopes of the Gaucho Highlands. Practically all the cities in the Vale do Rio dos Sinos region began as a result of São Leopoldo.
- 4Brazil2 reviews
The majority of the population of Picada café is German descent, who arrived here around 1844. Until now they preserve the customs of their origin as: german music, dance, food and the language that is spoken in the city.
- 5Brazil1 review
German settlement from 1824 in the city, The city is very popular with colonial styled houses and great colonial food. Worth a day or two to visite, good walking area in native bush.
- 6Brazil2 reviews
The city has the Industrial Complex of General Motors, one of the industries most well-structured world.
- 7Brazil1 review
Santa Maria Herval is included in the Romantic Road. Despite this, it has no tourist infrastructure. There are places to see in diverse part of the city. The problem is the usual. There is no political will to effect the registration, or to encourage the revitalization and restoration of these buildings.
- 8Brazil1 review
Morro Reuter is a tranquility CITY. It lies in the first levels of the Encosta da Serra do Nordeste, five miles from Dois Irmãos, which was to be emancipated district in 1992. it is 60 km north of Porto Alegre capital.
- 9Brazil1 review
é uma cidade situada em meio a uma natureza exuberante, formada por um cenário maravilhoso de morros, cascatas, matas e uma planície onde se localiza a parte urbana.
- 10Brazil51 reviews
My birth place, and the city I'm living again now. A great small town, a little big city. It has it's own peculiar lovely places. Anyone who can, should pay a visit. For sure will love.
- 11Brazil17 reviews
- 12Brazil3 reviews
Muy cerca, está la ciudad de Caxias do Sul, donde se realiza, en los años pares, la Fiesta de la Uva, otra gran atracción del turismo de la Serra Gaúcha. El lugar se transforma en un gran festival cuando, una vez más, se colocan los mejores productos en exposición. Desfiles de carros alegóricos llenan la noche, con presentación de grupos ...
- 13Brazil6 reviews
La sua principale attrazione economica è la Fiera del Vino "FENAVINHO", dove si tengono anche esposizioni, eventi culturali, musicali e sportivi.
- 14Brazil22 reviews
This little town is so lovely. Small, cozy and very romantic with a touch of European style. Their Fondue is the best i've had.
- 15Brazil5 reviews
About 100 km north Porto Alegre and where German is still largely spoken. There are many Swiss chalet type structures as a result of the official attempts to promote building in the German character
- 16Brazil2 reviews
St. Mark is the youngest municipality in the region of Grape and Wine, it is considered the first entrace to the tourists by coming from the north of the country, demanding a huge area of vineyards covering the valleys and grassy hills offering one of the most beautiful spectacles of nature.
- 17Brazil1 review
The city is very small. It became administratively independent in 1992 but maintains the feeling of a typical Italian colony where everyone knows everybody else. Our visit caused somewhat of an uproar in the population who spends their Sundays on the central square and in the bars and taverns
- 18Brazil3 reviews
The temple welcomes tourists from across the world free of charge, giving them the opportunity to marvel at the sacred Tibetan art in the forms of architecture, statues and a prayer-wheel, where thousands of mantras rotate nonstop, sending blessings to the world.
- 19Brazil3 reviews
Wine Region is an escape to Italian scenery . Caxias do Sul, Bento Gonçalves, Garibaldi, are the standout destination of the region. This is the capital of Brazilan wine making and there is plenty of happiness, music, wines, champagne and Italina cooking to satisfy anyone. Wine Route, through the Italian foothills (serra italiana) a couple of hours north of Porto ...
- 20Brazil1 review
Flores da Cunha is a beautiful town located on the hills. The streets climb effortlessly up the slopes and crest - sometimes pretty steeply - down the other side. The homes here are absolutely gorgeous. Each home has its own characteristics.