Brazil - Rio Grande do Sul (Chapter)
This is the Rio Grande do Sul chapter from Lonely Planet’s Brazil guidebook.
Brazil’s southernmost state is its most culturally distinct, home to an independently minded population steeped in cattle herding and cowboy culture. From forest-covered canyons and Brazilian alpine villages to the stunning Vale dos Vinhedos, the Rio Grande do Sul defies notions of typical Brazil.
- peer over the edge of the Cânion da Fortaleza in Parque Nacional da Serra Geral
- taste your way through the New World’s emerging wine region in the Vale dos Vinhedos
- explore the Swiss-mountain-village environs of Gramado, where fondue flows freely
- restaurants & accommodations
Coverage includes: Porto Alegre, Serra Gaúcha, Bento Gonçalves, Pinto Bandeira, Gramado, Cambará do Sul, Litoral Gaúcho, Torres and Rio Grande.
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