Things to do for Backpackers in Rio Grande do Sul
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This is the Home of Grêmio FootBall Porto-Alegrense, the biggest soccer team of the city, followed by Internacional. In 2013, this stadium is being replaced by a brand new stadium called Arena, which is being built from scratch, although, Olímpico, will always have a room in the hearts of all "gremistas" out there.Popular withBackpackersAdventureOutdoor
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Il Parco Moinhos de Vento, situato in una delle zone residenziali più belle ed esclusive, prende il nome da un mulino a vento posto al suo interno, sul bordo di un laghetto. Anche se non molto esteso ha un tracciato per fare jogging che attira molte persone. La maggior parte tuttavia vi si reca per trovare relax in un posto ...Popular withWellness
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Dall' Usina do Gasometro, oggi centro culturale ed espositivo, fino all'Anfiteatro la vista del sole che s'abbassa all'orizzonte è di quelle che restano impresse negli occhi per sempre. Il tramonto offre un vero spettacolo anche dal lungo fiume di Ipanema, il quartiere a sud di Porto Alegre dove eleganti ville si affiancano a ristorantini e locali frequentatissimi nelle sere d'estate.Popular withLGBTBackpackers
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On the highest mountain in Sao Marcos, there is a chapel. It can be reached by automobile and foot in the warm weather months. The chapel is available for weddings, memorial services and other events, as well as for public worship and private devotions.Popular withOutdoorBackpackers
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Huge Park in a very cozy and famous little city in the South of Brazil.Popular withFamiliesOutdoorAdventure
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This place is a classic. No visit to Porto Alegre is complete without spending a few hours at the Public Market. There you can find anything from spices to fish and esoteric stuff, its a great place to walk around and have lunch or a coffee.Popular withFamiliesTrendstersLocal
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Settled into the lush green hillside like a giant sculpture, the first building in Brazil by Álvaro Siza preserves the collection of more than 4000 works by Iberê Camargo, the master of Brazilian expressionism. The base of the building is a long platform, 0.90 meters above street level, under which part of the program areas are located. The main building ...
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Good Irish Pub. The location is not great, can be a bit dangerous at night when entering/leaving the pub, so heads up. They won't allow people under 18 and wearing flipflops, for example, which is not cool in my opinion. They have a good variety of beers/drinks, also good snacks. Try the friend chicken pieces with spicy mustard, really good. ...
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The Castle called as Castelinho in portuguese is beautiful, but is much nicer out of the castle, because you pay R$ 6 reais per person to get in a castle. It is nothing more than a house with antique furniture and the famous apple pie , it is also rip off, R$17 reais for a slice??? the tasty is not ...