Situated in Carolina Belo, this hotel is in the same region as Formiga Municipal Museum.
Situated in Capitolio, this hotel is in the same area as Capitolio Artificial Beach. Regional attractions also include Blue Lagoon Waterfall and Canyon de Furnas.
Situated on a lake, this pousada is in the same region as Paredao Ecological Park, Formiga Waterfall, and Capitolio Artificial Beach. Regional attractions also include Serra da Tormenta and Blue Lagoon Waterfall.
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The notable city of Belo Horizonte sits 110 miles to the northeast of Formiga.
Ensure that your vacation is a fascinating one by exploring the nearby natural attractions. Formiga Waterfall, located just 30 miles away, is recommended.
See what local events are taking place in the wider region and head out to Carolina Belo or Pains.
The regional hub of Divinopolis, just 40 miles northeast from Formiga, is where it's all at. It has numerous attractions worth making the trip for, including Shopping Pátio Divinópolis, Mill Gravesend Municipal Theatre and Divinopolis History Museum. Santuario Square and Shrine of St. Anthony are some more options available here.
Step outside and off the couch! Have a shot at rock climbing or mountain climbing.
Shore fishing in this area is a tried-and-true way to lower those stress levels. Picnicking is also popular among travelers looking to take it easy.
For a window into the culture of Minas Gerais, make your way to the region's art museums, history museums and theaters.
We'd be hard-pressed to think of a more pleasant way to learn about the region than by taking the time to visit its open-air museums and open-air markets.
Combine education and fun at the region's historic sites. In particular, you should try and get to some of its old towns.
Learn about the region's religious side by spending some time at its many cathedrals.
To truly embrace the heart and soul of Minas Gerais, you'll need to surround yourself with its distinctive spices and flavors.
An excellent meal relies upon the quality of its components. Luckily for us, the beef and corn are amongst the world's best.
Feijoada (black bean and meat stew) and churrasco (barbecue) are recommended dishes you should taste.
Do you have a bit of a sweet tooth? Sample some doce de leite (milk dessert)
Most bars will have Antartica on tap. Order a few pints for your pals and find out what makes this beer so popular.
If you find yourself on the lookout for an alcohol-free drink, order a coconut juice.
If you want to try a drink with a bit more of a kick, batida should hit the spot.
Treat your senses to a glass of the region's best wines. Don Laurindo and Villa Francioni are certainly worth sampling.
As your vacation comes to an end, spend your remaining reals on last-minute keepsakes and say an emotional "Até logo" to this unique place and its people.
Once you're packed and ready to catch your flight, keep in mind that the most convenient airport is roughly 110 miles northeast.