Santa Cruz do Sul ( pronunciation (help·info)) is a city in central Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The city has an estimate 126,775 inhabitants as of 2016 and sits about 150 km (93 miles) from the capital city of the state, Porto Alegre. The city enjoys a high standard of living and gross income per capita is 2.5 times greater than that of the state of Rio Grande do Sul as a whole.
Restaurants in Santa Cruz do Sul
4.5 based on 422 reviews
Being a Catholic, i enjoy going to churches specially the big ones. And this is a BIG one.
Its located near the shopping centers of SCS.
I find it magnificent. Though something was lacking but the place was good. And since im in the city, it was a good place to visit. There were like prayer books in the seats that people can read. But its only in portuguese.
4 based on 120 reviews
The largest water supply of Santa Cruz do Sul. It's surrounded by a 5.8 km long track, ideal for those who search a tranquil place for walking, running or bike riding.
One of the best spots for outdoor activities in Santa Cruz do Sul. The 5.8 km paved track is excellent for walking, running or bike riding. Is also a good place to watch the sunset.
It offers a parking area, bathroom facilities, free bikes to hire, and a deck for those who want to practice non-motorized water sports.
The lake area is very safe, with full time security, but the surrounding neighbourhood is quite dangerous; I recommend going by car, is safer than going walking or by bike.
4 based on 100 reviews
The racetrack design is one of the best in south Brazil. The facilities were recently improved, the access was paved and the buildings painted/renewed. I usually go there to the drag strips and track days, so we stay in the pit area. Nothing to complain there. But in the grandstands area, there are still room to improvements, like more bathrooms.
Be prepared: since it is in an open field, in the summer, there are few shadows to hide from the hot sun; in the winter, the wind can be really cold.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Estive em Santa Cruz do Sul num sábado a tarde, a placa do Museu do Colégio Mauá informava visitação de TERÇA Á SEXTA: DAS 14h às 17h. Não pode visitar. Seria interessante se o funcionamento fosse de 4a,-feira à sábado
4.5 based on 26 reviews
This is a place you must visit in this charming city. It is a special place just to take a walk, meet friends or take pictures. The beautiful São João Batista Cathedral is located just a few steps away in the South side of this square.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
One of the best beers I've ever drinked, and the price is fair. The owner and producer of the beer is a great person, too, and is always able to help the costumer.
5 based on 11 reviews
Trata-se da Rua Marechal Deodoro, bem no centrão de Santa Cruz do Sul e tendo ao seu lado a Praça Getúlio Vargas. Nesta região, ela é quase toda encoberta por grandes tipuanas em ambos os lados, formando um lindo túnel de passagem.
5 based on 6 reviews
Verdadeiros ícones de Santa Cruz do Sul, os bonecos Fritz e Frida dão as boas vindas aos viajantes bem na entrada do acesso principal da cidade, ainda um pouco 'escondidos' em razão da duplicação da BR-287 à sua frente.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Grande, bonita, tratada com respeito pela educada população local. Em seu centro encontra-se a edificação histórica e imponente da Prefeitura Municipal. Seus monumentos estão muito bem preservados.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Uma homenagem prestada pela comunidade santa-cruzense aos colonizadores. É um mosaico, com onze metros de largura por três de altura, composto por centenas de cacos de ladrilhos, trabalhados com torquês e esmeril. Criado pelo desenhista santa-cruzense Hildo Paulo Müller e inaugurado em 25 de janeiro de 1969.
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