Viação Atual

Ouro Preto

25 de Março de 2015

One of the most famous and important cities of Colonial Brazil and the first to receive the title of Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO sedido, Black Gold is considered by many a museum in the open because it preserves the architecture of their beautiful mansions, churches and theater the style Baroque and Rococo Brazilian Brazilian. A journey through time.

Among these churches we find paintings and sculptures Aleijadinho, considered the most important artist Brazilian Baroque.

         The city also preserves numerous cultural events such as: Folia of the Holy Spirit, Folia de São Gonçalo Amarantina, Folia de Santa Rita de Ouro Preto, festivals, etc.

         The natural attractions also deserve attention as well as the delicious cuisine found in restaurants and bistros.


Attractions indicated:


Historic Churches: the city has dozens of the most visited churches are:

- Church of St. Francis of Assisi

- Church of Our Lady of the Pillar

- Church of Our Lady of the Rosary

- Church of Our Lady of Conception

- Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel

- San Francisco de Paula

- Church of Our Lady of Mercy and Pardons

- Church of Our Lady of Mercy and Mercy


Fair Soapstone

Museum of Conspiracy

House of Tales

Mina Santa Rita


Natural attractions:


Itacolomi Peak - State Park Itacolmi

São Sebastião Hill Lookout

Ecological Station Tripuí

Waterfall Municipal Park Swallows