Campo Grande Vacation Packages
Around 750,000 people call Campo Grande in Mato Grosso Do Sul home.
Campo Grande is situated about 550 miles (885 kilometers) southwest of Brasilia, the national capital, and approximately 360 miles (579 kilometers) north of Iguazu.
Two of the more attractive civic spaces in the Campo Grande area include Republic Square and Belmar Fidalgo Square. Treat the kids to an ice cream, watch the passing parade, and you’ll soon see why these squares occupy such a special places in the hearts of Campo Grande residents.
Let the kids run around, go for a walk and enjoy the sunshine in tranquil places such as Soter Park or Indigenous Nations Park. These two urban parks will ensure your visit to Campo Grande is an enjoyable one.
If you are ready to indulge in some retail therapy amble through the stores and stalls at the Campo Grande Shopping Mall. Check out what the locals buy and then purchase a few gifts or treats.
Put aside an afternoon to browse the collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art, one of Campo Grande’s most inspiring modern art museums. Tour the halls and enjoy the extensive range of modern artwork that is permanently on display in addition to the temporary exhibits.
Leave the ordinary behind in Campo Grande by planning a visit to the Dom Bosco Regional Museum. Wander the halls, lose yourself in the exhibits, then ask around to locate some of the more eclectic museums in town.
Speed freaks and motor heads will love the fast and furious action at the Orlando Moura International Autodrome, the most popular speedway in the Campo Grande region. Take a tour of the circuit, marvel at the gleaming chrome and paintwork of the high-performance vehicles, and, if you’re lucky enough to be there on race day, cheer on the drivers and machines as they hurtle down the track.
Before you fly out of Campo Grande, do make the effort to see the Obelisk Monument and the Santo Antonio Parrochial Church; two more places which help make this city the special place it is.