To discover why so many holiday-makers select Rio Grande Do Sul as a place to vacation, ensure you and your companions spend a while longer in the many scenic and cultural attractions around Torres. Ararangua, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southwest, and Cambara Do Sul, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southeast of Torres are also well worth checking out.
While you are in Torres, why not spend a few hours exploring Canela. Approximately 65 miles (105 kilometers) to the west, this regional city is home to IBAMA National Forest, Parque da Ferradura and Stone House Theater. Stone Church, Caracol State Park and Steam World are also good places to visit.
Each place has its unique history and the Rio Grande Do Sul area is no exception. The ruins in these parts provide a great snapshot to the past. Exercise your grey matter by visiting Rio Grande Do Sul 's thought-provoking history museums and nature museums.
Pack your own equipment or rent it on the spot, and get out onto the water. Fishing is a popular activity. Another one is snorkeling. Availing yourself of local expertise is the perfect way for travelers to get familiar with a new place. So consider singing up for one of the wildlife spotting tours, city walking tours and guided nature walks.
When the time is right to pack your bag and say "Adeus" to Torres, you'll be well stocked up with memories to take with you.