Ouro Preto

14 Dec 2018 - 15 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Ouro Preto?

9.8
History Buffs
7.5
Art & Design Lovers
7.5
Adventure Travellers
7.5
Backpackers
7.5
Family Travellers
Member reviews (20)
Helder Pinheiro
Helder PinheiroLos Angeles
25/07/2015

Ouro Preto is the more historical city in Brazil! There are some amazing houses and have an really important meaning for the country!

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Natural Hancrafted Soap CompanyLos Angeles
27/12/2013

Historic Town of Ouro Preto. Founded at the end of the 17th century, Ouro Preto (Black Gold) was the focal point of the gold rush and Brazil's golden age , Culture and Food are Awesome and for buy many many stones ..

Gabriel Moura
Gabriel MouraMiami
10/12/2012

The views, the old buildings, definitely a place you must visit once in life!

anata
anataTel Aviv
06/01/2017

this is a small university town located about an hour away from Belo Horizonte, in the state of Mineas Gerais. what's unique about this town is the local Carnaval, which draws young people from all around the country, and is celebrated with a parade by the local Samba schools, with everyone on the streets joining in the party. i even learned how to Samba! :) the area is beautiful and we took lots of hikes and horse-back rides around. be sure to take a local guide! the mountains all around are rich with semi-precious stones and i kept finding small colorful rocks that were actually rose-quartz and aquamarines and the likes. almost nobody speaks English so communication can be difficult at times, but then you find someone local who's friendly and helpful and knows a few words and the next thing you know you have dinner with them at their place :) we loved it :)

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