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Picture yourself on one of the highest points in Brazil, 5,341 feet high. Streets and squares line with trees, cottages, little houses and charming stores surround you. The weather? Cold and cozy. And even if you are on the warmer seasons of the year, the sun may even keep you company, but it is never unpleasant, because the mountain ensures neutrality. Colder months, like July and August, come with really low temperatures, which may drop below 0ºC.
With a rich cultural programming, the city embraces the label of hospitable and bows to its visitors, with attractions like the Wine-Gastronomy Symphony and the concerts at Capivari Square.
To go along with the weather at Mantiqueira hills, soups, fondue, hot chocolates and wines. In the shop windows, wool, leather and thicker fabrics prevail, with the elegance the temperature requires.
Despite the fact that the main attraction of the city is its weather, those who think that Campos do Jordão is only about that are wrong. Walk slowly through the streets, noticing its sidewalks and stores. It will be almost inevitable to stop for shopping. The offer of clothes and chocolates is tempting. If you want to go deep into the city’s history, bet on a train or streetcar ride.
Nature? The walks through the trails of the park Horto Florestal and through the forests and woods in the city are in perfect tune with those who look for the energy and peace of nature. And there is also thrill – if that is what you look for. Climbing and rope courses bring a sight full of discoveries, up in the mountains! To keep in memory.
The complex of “Pedra do Baú” is indicated to the most adventurous ones. There, vertical walls that reach 1,148 feet defy its visitors. Those who refuse this challenge will also have their chance: there is climbing for all levels, including starters. However, it is worth reminding that going along with monitors is essential for your tour to be smooth.