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5-hour Artistic Town of Embu das Artes

5-hour Artistic Town of Embu das Artes
Private & Custom Tours > Private Sightseeing Tours > Private Tours
$38
Duration: 5 hours
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Get away from Sao Paulo’s bustle visiting the charming colonial town of “Embu das Artes” 40 minutes away from downtown São Paulo. Explore the art galleries, artisan shops, handicraft stalls and gastronomic delights in the company of a private tour guide.

Embu das Artes is known for its weekly arts and crafts fairs. Also, lots of craft shops, cafes and restaurants line up in the main square and the radiating streets.

  • The fair and the shops offer a broad range of paintings small and large, home decorations, wood carvings, ceramics, religious goods, furniture, folk arts, gems, old coins and bank notes, tchotchkes, puppies, children’s board games, etc... The selection is outstanding and very reasonably priced.
  • Embu has also a myriad of eateries where you can dine on lunch and sample delicious Brazilian typical dishes and desserts. You can also enjoy the ever-popular cachaça, açai and local yogurt, and other things.
  • And yet, in the colonial center is the 17th-century Church of Our Lady of the Rosary. Inside, the Jesuit Sacred Art Museum has paintings, woodcarvings and sculptures. São Lázaro Chapel has an image of St. Lazarus made by a famous Brazilian artist.
  • Embu das Artes is a safe environment that provides a welcome break from Sao Paulo’s vibrant energy as well as an enjoyable few hours for shopping and snacking.
  • Take the chance to visit this lovely town and get to know about the luster that make it reference when it comes to artistic expression of all kinds.

Get away from Sao Paulo’s bustle visiting the charming colonial town of “Embu das Artes” 40 minutes away from downtown São Paulo. Explore the art galleries, artisan shops, handicraft stalls and gastronomic delights in the company of a private tour guide.

Embu das Artes is known for its weekly arts and crafts fairs. Also, lots of craft shops, cafes and restaurants line up in the main square and the radiating streets.