Rio Grande Vacation Packages
Rio Grande isn't the only spot in Rio Grande Do Sul worth experiencing; visitors with plenty of time can also hit the road and discover the special qualities of the nearby scenery, communities and cultural attractions.
If you're looking for indoor entertainment, head to Rio Grande Do Sul 's excellent history museums and nature museums. These are good places to learn about the local culture and perhaps pick up a gift or two. Tourists longing for quiet places of quiet contemplation, will enjoy spending time in the region's monasteries.
Be sure to throw in hiking shoes and sign up for one of the fascinating city walking tours, winery tours and guided nature walks. There are numerous ways to get into the great outdoors in and around Rio Grande. Mountain climbing and hiking are just two ways active visitors can get their thrills.
Study a little Portuguese to charm the locals in Rio Grande Do Sul. "Você é bem-vindo" is useful. It means "You're welcome" And, learning "Queres dançar comigo? ", which translates to "Would you like to dance with me?", can be a good conservation starter.
At the conclusion of your trip, gather your luggage and wish Brazil "Adeus" (farewell).