Despite all of its problems, this is still a beautiful city. It helps to know some of the locals, as I did when I was traveling there.
Cities near Porto Alegre for Adventure Travelers
- 1Brazil1 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.
- 2Brazil2 reviews
The city has the Industrial Complex of General Motors, one of the industries most well-structured world.
- 3Brazil2 reviews
Porto Alegre has a long coastline on Rio Guaíba (Guaíba Lake). Along its harbour you will find many attractions as "Usina do Gasometro", the Port, marinas, boat tours, and many others. Sailing and water sports are also practiced there. Choose your spot and enjoy the sunset, a daily show!
- 4Brazil1 review
The city is located on the Guaíba lake and Patos Lake it is a small town and quiet, surrounded by unique landscapes, flora and fauna with a lush and hospitable people.
- 5Brazil6 reviews
Novo Hamburgo é disparadamente a melhor cidade da Região Metropolitana de Porto Alegre, na minha opinião. Tem uma arquitetura ímpar que destoa do resto das cidades gaúchas.
- 6Brazil5 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
- 7Brazil1 review
Ivoti is a lovely city, beautiful scenery and friendly people. See the images some of the many attractions of our city.
- 8Brazil3 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.
- 9Brazil1 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.
- 10Brazil2 reviews
Conheço esta bela e charmosa cidade e fiquei encantado ao visitá-lo
- 11Brazil3 reviews
The city has some attractions, we can highlight the natural beauty and historical parts of the city, it is possible to go in some rural properties even in the center Colina do Sol nudist.
- 12Brazil1 review
Marata is a small town that you would love to visit. It has a pleasant climate, very green, clean and welcoming people, friendly. It's worth spending a weekend or holiday there because the food is tasty. its simple restaurants, varied in their traditional cuisine German.
- 13Brazil1 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.
- 14Brazil1 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.
- 15Brazil1 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.
- 16Brazil1 review
The fresh water beaches are the main attractions Tapes. About 80 kilometers from the city is bathed by the Lagoa dos Patos. The shade is provided by fig trees, while the bars and kiosks spread throughout the boardwalks serve drinks and snacks. The calm waters and good winds attract families and those who practice of the kite and windsurfing. Boat ...
- 17Brazil1 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.