Marilia has a small selection of visitor attractions, such as the Bento de Abreu Stadium and Creators Square.
Marilia is not the only place in this popular region worth experiencing; travelers can also drive a little further out to experience the charms of the surrounding countryside, cities and towns. Lins, lays 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the south, while Ourinhos sits 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the north.
Sao Paulo is known for its fine historic mansions; these are often testaments to the area's rich past. If you're looking for indoor entertainment, you can't beat Sao Paulo 's excellent theaters, history museums and art museums. These are great places to to soak up some of the region's culture and pick up a souvenir.
When the weather is right, make like a local and head to the region's waterways for a day of canoeing or swimming. Active travelers in search of adrenaline and adventure should max-out their heart rates by joining a mountain climbing or rock climbing adventure.
There is nothing that opens understanding in this incredibly diverse world of ours like language, so be sure to learn some practical Portuguese phrases prior to departure. "Você é bem-vindo" is the Portuguese way to say "You're welcome" And, for "Would you like to dance with me?", you can use "Queres dançar comigo? " Why don't you give it a spin!
You won't want to bid "Adeus" (farewell) to this appealing area.