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Visitors to this part of Goias share space with about 64,000 local residents.
The national capital, Brasilia, is 140 miles north of Caldas Novas, while Rio Quente is 10 miles to the west.
Let the kids run amok at Acqua Park diRoma and Hot Park. For more fun with the family, continue on to Parque das Fontes and Lagoa Quente de Pirapitinga.
For some relaxing time outdoors, head on over to one of the beloved parks and public gardens. The Japanese Gardens and Serra de Caldas Novas State Park are lovely places to watch as the world passes on by. Fountains Park is another nearby option.
It has been said that, "Nature is not a place to visit. It is home." Keep this in the back of your mind when you look out over Serra de Caldas state park.
The Museum of Soy provides an interesting escape for inquiring minds. Enjoy the quiet atmosphere, inquire about guided tours and see what they have in the gift shop as you leave.
One of the most iconic historic attractions around here is Casarao. This enlightening place gives tourists the chance to expand their knowledge of the area's past.
Spirituality has long played a part in the day-to-day life of Caldas Novas' inhabitants. This religious history is evidenced at Diocesan Sanctuary of Our Lady of Salette and Matriz Church.
Good public squares provide a place for a city's inhabitants to linger and soak up the sunshine and fresh air. You'll discover a range of people inhabiting Liberty Square and Spring Square. Be sure to have a stroll around and experience all that they have to offer.
Visit Feira do Luar if you like shopping and mingling with the locals.