Walking tours in Santos

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A guide for first-time visitors to Santos

Located in the southern part of Brazil, Santos is a major seaport. It has a port that stretches from the mainland to So Vicente Island. The city is also home to an urban center on an island that borders the Bay of Santos.

Praia do Gonzaga

Located in Santos, Praia do Gonzaga is one of the most popular beach destinations in the city. It is a quaint and family-friendly beach that offers plenty of amenities. This beach is also known for its clean surroundings and pleasant weather all year round.

The Orla Beach Bar and Cafe is located right on the beach. Guests can enjoy the view of the ocean while savoring a meal. The Orla Beach is also the perfect place to exercise.

Besides the beach, the Parque Roberto Mario Santini is another important destination for visitors to Gonzaga. It features many activities, including the skateboard ramps, playgrounds, and a fantastic view.

The Orquidario Municipal (Jose Menino) is a colorful garden that is home to various species of animals. It includes a cafe, a minimuseum, and a playground. Children over 65 years old can enjoy the facility. It is free to enter.

Coliseum Theater

Several events have been staged in the Coliseum Theater in Santos. One of the most notable events was a fan meet and greet of Korean pop phenom GOT7 on November 14, 2015. Another was the aforementioned GOT7 concert.

The coliseum also hosted a number of notable concerts including the 75th Anniversary of the Philippine Boxing Association (PHABA) in 2007 and the SEABA Championship in 2009. It has also been the venue for countless shows and performances. These include ice shows, circuses and even graduations. The coliseum is a major attraction in the city. It is not an easy task to get to the coliseum by public transport. It is estimated that visitors can pay $15-20 for a taxi ride.

Among the coliseum's many notable changes was the installation of a four-sided center-hung scoreboard. The coliseum also underwent a P200 million renovation in 2012 which included replacement of the upper and lower box areas, as well as the addition of landscaped surroundings.

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Casa da Frontaria Azulejada

Located in Santos, the state of Sao Paulo, Casa da Frontaria Azulejada is a historic house. It was built in 1865 as a residence for the comendador portugues Manoel Joaquim Ferreira Netto. The house features 7 million azulejos.

The house was constructed in the neoclassical style. Its azulejos were imported from Portugal. This was an important building in Santos because of its neoclassical architecture. The house is also known for its terrace. The house also has a small museum.

The house has a large living room and it has been restored. It is now owned by the Fundacao Arquivo e Memoir de Santos. It is one of three arquivos that the Fundacao maintains. The house was partially restored in 1992. The house was originally two pavings. However, the piso superior is now missing. This was due to poor maintenance by the previous owner.

Es Cultura Tomie Ohtake

During the centenary of Japanese immigration to Brazil, Tomie Ohtake commissioned a ten-meter-high sculpture, which was unveiled by emperor Hiroito. The escultura is located in the Emissario Submarino area of Santos. The sculpture is a good example of Tomie Ohtake's vision for public art. It is also one of the most expensive artworks in the country.

The escultura is part of a larger project, the redevelopment of five public spaces: Baixada Santista, the beachfront, the boulevard, and the redevelopment of the equestrian park. In addition to the usual suspects, AkzoNobel Coatings, which is the largest paint manufacturer in the world, has also been entrusted with the task of rejuvenating the obras.

There are many things to do in Santos, but perhaps the most enticing is its seven-kilometer-long beach. It is divided into two areas, the seafront and the beachfront condos. The former is the epicenter of beach activities, while the latter is more of a promenade.

Santos

Todos Santos

Located on the Pacific coast of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula, Todos Santos is known for its quaint colonial buildings, gourmet cuisine, and beautiful beaches. The town is backed by the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range. It is also known for its strong surf and whale watching season from November to April.

The Todos Santos Inn, a former sugar baron's home, occupies a historic hacienda that is in the heart of the city's old town. The inn is surrounded by lush gardens and boasts four garden suites. The room rates start at $200 per night. It's a great place to relax after a day of exploring the local area.

The Todos Santos area still has five sugar cane processing plants. The community is made up of local families who have been farming land for generations. The village is also home to an environmental group, Tortugueros Las Playitas, which scour the beaches for new nesting sites for sea turtles.

Day trips from Santos

Located in Brazil, Santos is a beach town that is a short drive from Sao Paulo. The city has a lot to offer. It is home to the largest port in Latin America, and has beautiful beaches. Visiting Santos on a day trip is a great way to see the area and experience a bit of the history. You can choose between a guided tour or a private excursion.

During a guided tour, you will be escorted by a certified guide. The guide will explain the major attractions in the region. During the tour, you will also have the opportunity to experience the culture of the city and the landscape of Brazil. The tour will include stops at a local sweet shop, the old Jesuit mission, and a theater. If you are interested in exploring the city further, you can explore the historic center by foot.

The Todos Santos mission is a religious landmark that was built in 1723. The building is across from the main plaza. The mission is surrounded by palm trees, and serves as a symbol of the city.

Another interesting place to visit is the coffee museum. The museum is housed in a former coffee exchange building. The building has neoclassic architecture and barque. You can learn the history of the coffee industry in Santos. The museum also features stained glass windows by Benedito Calixto. You can purchase coffee and Brazilian coffee beans at several shops in the area.

During a day trip from Santos, you can also explore nearby towns. There is a winery in the area that offers a tour. There is also a Pele museum, which tells the story of the world soccer legend. You can also visit a Japanese festival during October. The town is also home to a small Italian festa. The Guaruja trail passes by many beaches and leads to a number of observation points.

A beach town, Guaruja is near Santos and offers ecotourism activities. You can visit a variety of stores, including a chocolate shop, a liquor store, and a winery. You can also visit the Botanical Gardens.

One of the most popular beaches in Santos is the Boqueirao Beach. The beach is home to a fancy hotel, the San Cristobal, and is safe for swimming. The beach is a favorite for surfers. At night, the lights of the boats illuminate the beach. The beach is also home to fishermen.

Another place to visit is the Botanical Gardens, which are located in the Seaport. The gardens are full of flowers, including yellow and white lilies. The garden is 5,335 meters long, and is home to 1,700 trees.

There are several beaches in the area, including Jose Menino, Embare, and Aparecida. You can take a walk along the beach and enjoy the ocean breeze. You can also go for a ride on the tram.

For a more eco-friendly tour, consider a private excursion. A private tour offers you the chance to experience the natural beauty of the region. It also allows you to enjoy the scenery and avoid renting a car.

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