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    About Belo Horizonte, Brazil

    Belo Horizonte, often abbreviated as "BH", is the capital city of the southeastern state of Minas Gerais in Brazil. Its name translates to "Beautiful Horizon", and the city lives up to this with its stunning mountainous backdrop. Founded in the late 19th century, it was one of Brazil's first planned cities, designed to replace Ouro Preto as the state capital.

    Belo Horizonte is known for its contemporary Brazilian architecture, particularly in the Pampulha region, where the architectural works of Oscar Niemeyer, landscaped by Roberto Burle Marx, stand out.

    Belo Horizonte is also a gateway to historical cities in Minas Gerais, like Ouro Preto and Tiradentes, offering visitors a chance to dive deep into Brazil's rich colonial past. Additionally, the city is home to numerous parks and green spaces, the most notable being Mangabeiras Park, which provides panoramic views of the city.

    How to get from Belo Horizonte Airport to City Center?

    Located about 41 km north of the city center, Tancredo Neves International Airport (Confins) handles both domestic and international flights. A transfer from the airport to downtown can be done by taxi (operating 24/7 at the airport), Rideshare apps (Uber and 99 operate in Belo Horizonte), rental car or Airport Shuttle (The Conexão Aeroporto shuttle bus runs frequently between the airport and the city center). Belo Horizonte bus terminal is in the city center, from there you can go anywhere with driver apps.

    The best time to go to Belo Horizonte

    The weather is good all year round. Summer is the wet season (December to February). It is worth planning your trip to this city during one of the many Belo Horizonte festivals, such as “Comida Di Buteco". Additionally, BH is a great city to enjoy the street carnival.

    Top attractions in Belo Horizonte

    Belo Horizonte ranks as Brazil's sixth-largest city in terms of population. While it might not be on every traveler's typical list, it certainly has attractions that make it worth considering for your itinerary. If you're considering exploring the Minas Gerais state, here are five top activities in and around Belo Horizonte we recommend.

    Praça da Liberdade (Liberty Square): One of the city's main postcards, this square is surrounded by historic buildings, museums, and gardens. Originally designed in the 19th century, it's a perfect spot to appreciate both colonial and modern architecture.

    Palácio das Artes (Palace of Arts): A major cultural hub, it houses theaters, galleries, and an opera house. The venue offers a range of cultural performances, including music, theater, dance, and more.

    Lagoa da Pampulha (Pampulha Lagoon): A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Pampulha Modern Ensemble around the lagoon features iconic works by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, including the São Francisco de Assis Church with its undulating parabolic curves.

    Museu de Arte da Pampulha (Pampulha Art Museum): Housed in a building designed by Oscar Niemeyer, this museum showcases contemporary art. The surrounding gardens and views of the lagoon make it a tranquil spot for art lovers.

    Mercado Central (Central Market): A lively market where visitors can experience the flavors and colors of Minas Gerais. From traditional cheeses and cachaças to handicrafts and souvenirs, it's a sensory delight.