Belo Horizonte

Known to the locals as Beagá (pronounced 'bay-ah-gah', Portuguese for BH), Belo Horizonte was named for its beautiful view of nearby mountains. Urban sprawl makes it harder to appreciate the natural setting nowadays, but Brazil’s third-largest city still has considerable charm.

Walk down the buzzing cosmopolitan streets of the Savassi neighborhood on a Saturday evening, eat at one of the fine restaurants in Lourdes, stroll through the densely packed stalls at Mercado Central, attend a weekend street fair or a concert at the Palácio das Artes, or visit the Inhotim art museum west of the city, and you’ll see that Belo Horizonte has countless dimensions. Add to all this the friendly, welcoming nature of Beagá’s people and you’ve got a winning combination. Stick around a few days – you might grow fond of the place.
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Belo Horizonte Othon Palace

Centrally located on the Avenida Afonso Pena, the Belo Horizonte Othon Palace offers modern, luxurious facilities and beautiful views over the green area and lakes of the Municipal Park. ..

$193.75

City tour : Belo Horizonte

Our guide will pick you up in your hotel in Rio and you will st off to Belo Horizonte located in the south east of Brazil. The name says it all: Belo Horizonte, or “beautiful horizon,” has stunning views of surrounding mountains. Built as a planned city about a century ago, its tree-lined streets are laid out in a tidy grid. Explore the modern Br..

$200.00