Cuiabá is the capital of the State of Mato Grosso, Brazil's Center West region.
The city is famous for its heat, between the months of August to October temperatures easily reach 40° c. The warm climate of Cuiabá promotes eco-tourism and adventure.
Founded in 1719, Cuiabá has an important historical heritage, the Center has narrow streets of the colonial period, and large churches highlights, the Nossa Senhora do Bom Despacho has admirable beauty.
The Church of the Rosary and Saint Benedict has 1730 architecture and decoration. Too bad Valley meet the Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of Senhor Bom Jesus which was built on the ruins of the previous one that suffered demolition.
Artisan's House has fallen building heritage and displays the best crafts of Mato Grosso. The Sesc building Arsenal is of great beauty, neo classic style and houses many leisure options like pub, theatre, Arts Gallery and cinema.
The Cine Teatro also offers programming from movies and plays. The historical and cultural itinerary still can't help visiting the Obelisk that is Geodesic.
Cuiabá has several parks for outdoor activities and sports.
The Park mother Bonifácia beyond five trails houses flora of cerrado in the flowering season (August) leaves the typical vegetation more evident, marmosets and other small primates can be seen with ease.
Zé Flo Cake Park has many fruit trees and parks; Aunt Nair and Massairo Okamura are ideal for hiking, racing and leisurely afternoons.
The Zoo at the Federal University of Mato Grosso has 500 regional animals and is known for providing good quality of life for pets.
Already the Horto Florestal, which lies on the banks of the river Skyline is nurseries with several seedlings that are produced in the Institute.
The variety in museums is great in the city. The historical Museum of Mato Grosso shows the culture and history of the State, the water box is one of the most visited monuments in the capital.
The Museum of image and sound have photographic and audio documents that tell the city from 1910 to the present day. The Sacred Art of Mato Grosso has several pieces of 18th century period.
Indigenous cultures are preserved in the Museum Rondon, as well as the archaeological and paleontological knowledge are counted by the Museum of prehistory Home Dom Aquino.
The collection of more than four thousand pieces of semi-precious stones, prehistoric fossils, crystals and rare rocks can be found in the Museum of stones Ramis Bucair.
The local cuisine is greatly influenced by the indigenous people. Are consumed many fish and fish of the region with mush and farofa banana land, known as Maria Isabel.
For dessert you can't miss the Furundu, sweet green papaya typical of the region.
Cuiabá is great choice for historical and cultural tours with several options of Inns, however its proximity to ecological destinations as Chapada dos Guimarães and Pantanal causes your search is increasing by adetos of eco-tourism and adventure.
|Feb 19, 2017|