Campos do Jordão – Things to do

Campos do Jordão is a city in São Paulo, located about 2 hours and 10 minutes away from the city of  São Paulo, very popular for tourism, especially for couples, because it is a city with Swedish architecture and is very romantic.

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This city is also one of the coldest in Brazil, because it has a high altitude, 1,600 meters high, and is in the middle of the Atlantic Forest.

city of Campos of Jordão

Therefore, winter ends up being one of the best times of the year to visit.

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What to do in Campos do Jordão

Capivari Park

In addition to having a lake that you can rent a pedal boat, the park also has a Ferris wheel and the cable car that takes the way from the city to the top of Morro do Elefante, where you can enjoy a breathtaking landscape.

The price of the cable car ticket is 40 reais ($8 dollars) and the pedal boat ticket is 30 reais ($6 dollars), and you can buy your tickets by clicking here.

capivari village

The Vila Capivari neighborhood is the main tourist center in the region, there are several types of stores that appeal to all audiences, in addition to the European-style architecture.

This district is great for walking, and you can visit everything by walking.

In the center of the neighborhood is the Praça do Capivari, which has an acoustic shell that  usually is a stage for musical attractions.

Amantikir Garden

Amantikir Garden is an urban park composed of beautifully maintained gardens with an immense variety of plants, as well as a view of the region’s mountains.

It is open every day, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is located at R. Simplício Ribeiro de Toledo Neto, number 2200.

The park ticket costs R$ 60.00 ($12 dollars) and you can get more information by clicking here.

Campos do Jordão – Museu Felícia Leirner 

The museum covers an area of ​​approximately 35,000 square meters and features outdoor works by plastic artist Felícia Leirner.

Its location is on Av. Dr. Luis Arrobas Martins, 1880.

Click here for more information about the museum, its schedule and opening hours.

Railroad tour

The road was created by doctors for the transport of patients who visited the town, being a historical tourist spot.

The cable cars leave from Emílio Ribas Station and go to Abernéssia, the station works from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and runs about 4 km. The entrance fee is around 16 reais ($3,50 dollars).

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Parque da Cerveja – (free traduction – Beer Park)

At Parque da Cerveja you can see the entire manufacturing process of Cerveja Campos do Jordão (a beer).

 Among the highest mountains of Serra da Mantiqueira and surrounded by beautiful Araucaria trees, a surprising place awaits you for an immersion in the unique universe of beer. Exploring the ancient drink in all its aspects, Parque da Cerveja offers you several brewing experiences that go far beyond gastronomy and awaken your senses.

Cerveja Campos do Jordão

The park is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and admission costs 45.00 reais ($9 dollars) per person.

Campos do Jordão – Tarundu

Excellent place to take kids, with lots of toys, Tarudun promises fun for all ages.

Among its attractions are slides, balloon rides, zip lines, and much more.

The park is open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Prices may vary depending on the place and attractions you buy, but buying online costs 35 reais ($7 dollars).

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Do you already know Campos de Jordão? What did you do there? Tell us in the comments!

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