My trip to Beto Carrero

I’m Matheus Fraga, brother of Rodrigo Schmiegelow, owner of the blog, and I’m going to tell you about my trip to Beto Carrero (biggest amusement park in Latin America) – Santa Catarina, at the end of July, which was planned in just two days.

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For those who don’t know, Beto Carreiro is a themed park, it is the largest one in the whole of Latin America, being frequently visited by tourists from all places in the world. It is located at Balneário Camboriú, a city of Santa Catarina, in Brazil.

I went with two friends and my twin sister, and we spent our birthday there. Which was good, since we didn’t have to pay for the tickets, lol.

Talking about Santa Catarina, read Guarda do Embaú, coast of Santa Catarina

Who is my brother?

He’s Rodrigo Schmiegelow, an advertiser specializing in Digital Marketing, today he lives as a Digital Nomad (what is it), in other words, that he has geographic freedom and can work from anywhere in the world.

That’s why he can have amazing experiences like this.

He started a trip around the world to get to know places, cultures and regional cuisines and I will bring great surprises from these experiences.

Follow the O Mundo em Lanches Project  (The world in sandwiches) blog on Instagram.

How was my trip to Beto Carrero?

First day of my trip to Beto Carrero

Our trip starts by boarding the bus at 10:30 p.m. on Friday in São Paulo.

It was about 10 hours of travel, on a bus that was freezing. We, as lay people on the road, ended up forgetting to bring a blanket and were cold the entire bus trip.

Second day of travel

We arrived in Balneário Camboriú at 9:00 am and soon we took an Uber to the park. We only had one day at Beto Carrero, so we needed to make it happen.

As soon as we arrived, we were already in the hubbub, an attraction that turns you upside down.

The lines weren’t that big and we stayed less than 1 hour in each one, so we had a good time.

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sunset – Beto Carrero

We stayed all day in the park, went on roller coasters and all the other attractions we could go to.

Around 6 p.m. we decided to leave, because Beto Carrero was closing.

We arrived at the inn, took a shower and went for a walk around the city of Balneário Camboriú, but we ended up not staying on the street for long, because it was very cold and we were extremely tired.

Third and last day of my trip to Beto Carrero

On the last day of my trip to Beto Carrero, we woke up very early and were already on the street at 10 a.m. We walked around the city, went for a walk on the city and Brava Beach.

This was our last day, a walk around the city.

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Balneário Camboriú

Finally, we went to the bus station to take our bus back to São Paulo, we boarded at 9 p.m. and the next day, at 7 a.m., we were already in São Paulo to study and work, ending my trip to Beto Carrero.

What’s up? Have you ever taken a trip to Beto Carrero? How was it? Tell us in the comments!

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