Hotéis Classificação Amethist - Roteiros de Charme

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Hotéis Classificação Amethist - Roteiros de Charme

Hotéis Classificação Amethist - Roteiros de Charme

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São Paulo

Officially, São Paulo was colonized from 1532 onwards, by Martim Afonso de Souza, who founded the coastal village of São Vicente. When it was transferred to the plateau by the Jesuits, in 1554, two of them, Manoel da Nóbrega and José de Anchieta, transformed the village into the seat of the Captaincy (province). From there, expeditions, called "Bandeiras",ventured southward, as far as Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul, as well as in other directions, culminating with the discovery of gold, in Minas Gerais, in 1693.

Rio Grande do Sul

With its four well-defined yearly seasons, the State of Rio Grande do Sul, located outside the tropics, offers in the Serra Gaúcha a floral Spring, a mild Summer, an extremely pleasant Autumn, and a Winter for tourists seeking cold weather. Here one discovers lovely mountains covered with flowers, Paraná pines, wineries, and immigrant colonies – with landscapes that remind one of Europe. In December, even when without snow, Gramado and Canela enchant visitors with their Christmas Lights.

Mato Grosso

Mato Grosso do Sul

In tune with the environment, the region is ideal for those who wish to submerge themselves into the wild natural setting of the Pantanal. Inherently based on the balance between man and nature, Roteiros de Charme offers eco-tourism and contemplative tourism.

Goiás

Located on the central Brazilian Plateau, between plains, flat-topped ridges, depressions and valleys, Goiás offers much topographical contrast. Ancient sedimentary crystalline rocks exist alongside plateaus carved by erosion, with physical characteristics of startling contrasts and breath-taking beauty.

Bahia

In was on the coast of Bahia, in 1500, that the Portuguese explorers first stepped on Brazilian soil. Bahia retains traces of its past struggles and glories which, from the sugar-cane and cacao-cycles onwards, have transformed the state into what it is today - a colourful reservoir of history, with a marked African influence , especially in its exuberant cuisine.

Pernambuco

Land of the Frevo dance and mamulengo puppet shows, Pernambuco combines modernity with history in perfect harmony. Recife, crossed by the Capibaribe and Beberibe, Rivers, was settled in 1535, and in 1982 was declared a World Natural and Cultural Heritage. In the city of Olinda, the most lively street Carnival in Brazil takes place along the typical rows of colonial buildings. During the XVII century, nearby Jaboatão was witness to the Battle of Guararapes, that marked the end of Dutch domination in the region.

Amazonas

Inherently based on the balance between man and nature, Roteiros de Charme offers the interface between the forest, the Pantanal, and man, within a setting of exuberantly alive fauna and flora. Perfect for the practice of eco-tourism and contemplative tourism.