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From Tiradentes - Chariot Tour around the City

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

In this tour you will visit the main attractions of the city led by a charming chariot. The tour starts from the Central square of Tiradentes (Largo das Forras) and on the way you can appreciate the baroque houses, the handicraft shops, the Mother Church and the main museums of the city

Highlights

  • Apreciate traditional Churches and Museums of the region
  • Know the religion and traditions typical of the city
  • See several baroque houses and handicraft shops that characterize the historic center

Inclusions

  • Guide
  • Chariot ride

Exclusions

  • Round trip transportation to hotels
  • Entrance fees to the visited attractions
  • Food and drinks
  • Optional tours

Please Note

  • The specific departure time for this tour will be determined upon reconfirmation.
  • Tranportation is not included. The tour starts and ends at the central square of Tiradentes called Largo das Forras.
  • We recommend using sunscreen, sunglasses, comfortable shoes.

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Our tour begins in the central square of Tiradentes called Largo das Forras. In this tour you will visit the main attractions of the city led by a charming chariot. On the way you can appreciate the baroque houses, the handicraft shops, the Mother Church and the main museums of the city.

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