Discover the best top things to do in Jaguariuna, Brazil including Naga Cable Park, Moinho Povos Unidos, Center Loucas Pedreira, Centro Cultural de Jaguariuna, Praca Vitoria Regia, Morro do Cristo, Lagos Park, Deck do Amor, Porcelain Museum Adelino Santos Gouveia, Holambra History and Culture Museum.
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4.5 based on 141 reviews
I was very much looking forward to visiting Naga Cable Park today, however I came away extremely disappointed in the service and the staff at the park. The park its self looks fantastic with a good layout and facilities etc. I'm sure that the experience is excellent! However, i did not have an opportunity to enjoy the facilities due to their ridiculous bureaucracy and poor organisation in trying to rent equipment. I arrived at the park and subsequently spent well over an hour in the line for renting equipment while there was only one staff member employed dealing with a line of nearly 50 people (half of which tried to jump the line). The employee calls to the manager for extra help was been ignored while customers waited to either pay to exit or rent equipment. Once I reached the top of the line, they required Brazilian identification, as I am a tourist, I did not have Brazilian identification. My friends were unable to rent equipment in their name on my behalf as a solution to the problem. They all had Brazilian identification and were more than happy to take responsibility for any guarantee or issues with the equipment. The manager of the facility was extremely rude and had a complete disregard for myself and other customers, he offered no solution to the situation other than leaving the park and coming back with my passport which would have been a 1 hour round trip followed by a further hour of waiting in line. The most infuriating part of the experience of this was that they we subsequently overheard them allow a different customer in who did not have their ID but could provide them with an emailed copy. They never gave me this option and I left having wasted the afternoon waiting in line. If you are a foreigner, make sure you have your passport with you and expect long lines and poor customer service
4 based on 1 reviews
Holambra is well know as flower polo production in Brazil. The place provides flowers and plants to most cities in Brazil and even if not some countries in South America. It is indeed a small town with Dutch immigrants. You feel an European air. Make sure to visit the windmill and if you like it, go inside and climb the stairs to the top. Children will love it. Find out on the city website when its happening the annual plants and flowers exposition. The city in this period is crowded. Also you can visit the flowers farm and learn more about it. Was a lovely weekend trip on my birthday!
4 based on 91 reviews
O lugar não é exclusivamente de louças, que na verdade tem bem pouco. Há outras opções de artesanatos. Fui numa sexta feira emenda de feriado, e me surpreendi com as portas das lojas quase todas fechadas. Eles fecham por volta das 17:00 às 18:00. Não achei nada muito interessante lá, o centro foi mais gratificante.
4 based on 208 reviews
Local muito bonito, remete aos tempos mais simples de minha juventude, gosto muito de ir lá com minha família, só acredito que as opções para se comer deveriam ser maiores, pois tem pouco espaço e sempre está cheio de fim de semana
4 based on 305 reviews
Very nice place. Swans and even capybaras!!! Really liked the Fountains too. Some people seemed to have pic nics there or just seat by the trees.
3.5 based on 58 reviews
Fui caminhando até o morro do Cristo.
A subida não é difícil.
Trechos mostra painéis com o sacrifício de Jesus Cristo por nós.
A vista é linda. Muito verde.
Lugar de muita paz e calma.
Tem uma imagem de muita paz de nossa senhora de Aparecida.
Lugar com fácil estacionamento.
Tem um playground lá cima.
O teleférico precisa de manutenção.
Vista da cidade é muito bela
4.5 based on 24 reviews
O parque conta com amplo espaço em meio a natureza. Ideal para fazer caminhadas, piquenique, ou apenas para passar algumas horas de distração. Também conta com um playground para as crianças. Um bom lugar para tirar fotos.
4 based on 173 reviews
Passamos no Deck do amor. Muito bonito o lugar e tem aquela tradição de cadeados na ponte. Vale a pena conhecer.
3.5 based on 68 reviews
Dentro da realidade com menos de 50 mil habitantes, o museu é interessante, porque trata da história regional, além de estar em um casarão/sobrado construído no final do século XIX. Atualmente, está ocorrendo uma exposição de caricaturas de ex-presidentes do Brasil. Ernesto Geisel ali esteve em 1978 e há um prato com caricatura dele. Já visitaram o Museu turista de vários países, entre eles Austrália, Singapura, vários da América do Sul, Europa, etc.Só em 2017 houve visitantes de mais de 20 países no Museu. Ele está situado no centro de Pedreiro junto ao comércio, o que motiva ainda mais a conhecê-lo!!! Funciona em horário comercial até às 17h. Não sei se abre em todos os dias da semana, ou é fechado em algum dia da semana (esqueci de perguntar). Vale a visita! Pedreira não é só compras. Tem muita história também, inclusive a da porcelana!
4 based on 293 reviews
The story of Holambra is nicely told by a large collection of photos and which are well described in an interesting way. At least us, but I think all visitors, will walk out of the museum with a respect for the hardship the first pioneers had to endure, trying to farm in a country with conditions so different from what they were used to and so far from anything familiar. The two houses on the terrain are very nicely kept and the collection of agricultural tools illustrates the hard work the first farmers had to put in. A must if you're visiting Holambra.
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