Situated in Vitoria da Conquista, this apartment building is within a 15-minute walk of Monumento a Biblia and Vitoria da Conquista Regional Museum. Reserva Florestal do Poco Escuro is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) away.
Situated in Vitoria da Conquista, this hotel is close to Monumento a Biblia, Vitoria da Conquista Regional Museum, and Camilo de Jesus Lima Cultural Center. Also nearby are Monumento aos Dez Mandamentos and Monumento Ao Indio.
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Brasilia, the country's capital city, sits 480 miles to the west of Itambe.
Experience the unique natural spaces of Pernambuco at Reserva Florestal do Poco Escuro. It's approximately 30 miles away from Itambe and is the perfect place to do some exploring.
Two great places worth checking out near Itambe are Barra Do Choca (25 miles to the north) and Itapetinga (25 miles to the east).
Pernambuco offers loads of exciting ways to immerse yourself in its picturesque landscapes. Active types might like to try mountain climbing or hiking.
Need to clear your mind? Spend the morning shore fishing, picnicking or joining in on any of the other relaxing activities Pernambuco has to offer.
Delve into the rich culture of the region by getting involved in some guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and city walking tours.
Swimming and snorkeling are two of the thrilling excuses to frolic in the water here.
Not all activities depend on nice weather. If you get stuck with some rainy days, spend the day indoors at the history museums of Pernambuco.
Take a relaxing walk and make the most of the fresh air at the region's open-air exhibits, street art and open-air markets.
Visiting some of the region's historic sites will offer you a deeper understanding of its past. Make sure you don't miss its traditional villages.
Pernambuco is the home of a variety of churches. These are good places to learn about the region's spiritual side.
The cuisine here has its own unique flavors, so jump on in and get your fill!
You may not have thought much about the intricacies of beans and beef in the past, but you are sure to be an expert on these prized ingredients by the end of your trip!
Don't leave before trying churrasco (barbecue) and acaraje.
Do you have a bit of a sweet tooth? Treat yourself to some beijinho de coco (coconut balls)
Pull up a bar stool at the closest watering hole and take a breather with a few quiet brews. If you request the region's finest, the bartender will probably serve you up a Antartica.
If you need a non-alcoholic beverage, have a coconut juice.
If you get the chance, be sure to try out a glass of batida, a well-loved spirit.
Indulge in a glass or two of the region's best wines. Don Laurindo and Villa Francioni are certainly worth sampling.
We all wish our vacations lasted forever. However, you're going to have to say "Adeus" to Itambe at some point. At least once you return home you'll have plenty of crazy stories to tell!
You shouldn't worry about catching your flight. Just make sure you remember that the nearest airport is 110 miles to the east.