Situated in Campo Grande, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Mato Grosso do Sul Museum of Contemporary Art and Indigenous Nations Park. Campo Grande Shopping Mall and Pantanal Aquarium are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated in Campo Grande, this hotel is close to State Park, Indigenous Nations Park, and Dom Bosco Regional Museum. Also nearby are Mato Grosso do Sul Museum of Contemporary Art and Park of Powers.
Situated near the airport, in Campo Grande, this hostel is close to Campo Grande Shopping Mall, Pantanal Aquarium, and Mato Grosso do Sul Museum of Contemporary Art. Also nearby are Indigenous Nations Park and Belmar Fidalgo Square.
Situated in Campo Grande, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Mato Grosso do Sul Museum of Contemporary Art and Indigenous Nations Park. Communication Palace and State Park are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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This Mato Grosso Do Sul location has about 750,000 people.
It is located roughly 25 miles southwest of Jaraguari and 550 miles southwest of Brasilia, the national capital.
Watch in awe as aquatic critters float through the water at Pantanal Aquarium.
When the sun is shining, grab some lunch and head out to one of the picturesque green spaces, such as Indigenous Nations Park and Park of Powers. Soter Ecological Park and Belmar Fidalgo Square are two more pleasant spots to while away the afternoon and finally read that neglected book of yours.
Surrounded by shady trees and cool grass, Itatiaia Lake is a popular escape for local wildlife and travelers alike.
Outdoor adventurers should be sure to check out Horto Florestal.
The area's exhibition spaces are jam-packed with tales of human endeavor and achievement. Savor the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you check out the collections at the Mato Grosso do Sul Museum of Contemporary Art and the Dom Bosco Regional Museum. Another two to look at are Campo Grande Craftsman House and the Museum of Image and Sound.
Visiting history buffs should plan a visit to Morada dos Bais or the Indigenous Culture Memorial. Go for a walk, capture some great photos and learn about some of the significant events that happened in times gone by.
Coming face to face with different religions can be one of the most interesting parts of traveling. Want to learn about Campo Grande's spiritual side? Take in the peaceful atmosphere at Santo Antonio Parrochial Church, Sao Francisco Church and Sao Jose Church.
New or old, lively or quiet, ambitious or lackluster; public squares can tell you everything about the nature of a city. If you plan on taking a walking tour, be sure to incorporate Republic Square, Ary Coelho Square or Cuiaba Square.
Grab your camera and mingle with your fellow travelers at Communication Palace, a much-loved landmark in Campo Grande.
Take some time to ponder the experiences of Campo Grande's past inhabitants at a couple of its notable memorial sites. An afternoon spent at the Obelisk Monument or the Apolonio de Carvalho Culture Monument is sure to be an illuminating experience.
All educational institutions have their own distinct character, and the Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul is no different. An integral part of the local landscape, it makes an interesting excursion for anyone who enjoys the stimulating college environment.
This area is famous for being a good shopping destination, so don't miss a day of retail therapy while you are here. Snap up a sale, indulge in a little luxury or just enjoy the atmosphere at Campo Grande Shopping Mall and Norte Sul Plaza Shopping Mall. Shopping Pantanal and Campo Grande Central Fair are also lots of fun to stop by.
The Glauce Rocha Theater and the Aracy Balabanian Theater are popular live performance venues that are patronized by travelers and artistically minded locals alike.
Many people recommend a visit to the Jose Octavio Guizzo Cultural Center. Comendador Oshiro Takemori Square is also worth considering.
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