The portal of entry and point of passage for those who intended to Lumiar and São Pedro da Serra. Situated in the heart of the Atlantic, the greatest biodiversity on the planet, offers visitors tranquility, security and opportunity to enjoy pleasant and healthy moments in close contact with nature.
Located 125 km from the city of Rio de Janeiro and 75km from the beaches of the lakes region, about a thousand feet high, preserves the architecture significant traces of colonization observed in Swiss and German style of wooden houses and some projects such as Mury Mall, which recreates the look and feel of a small village Swiss-German. Mury became the gastronomic center of the region, with a wide variety of restaurants.
Day, hiking and horseback riding through valleys and mountains that reveal unusual places and ecological tours of pure delight and pleasure the river baths and sports in contact with nature as trails, motocross, mountain climbing, rafting, abseiling etc..
Walking the streets of a typical village of the interior and know their craft shops. Coffee and feel the time pass a peculiar rhythm are experiences that will make you feel that people and nature join hands.
Are still in the vicinity of our place, the conservation area of ??Macaé de Cima, perfect for bird watching and the Atlantic, as well as Vargem Alta, second largest producer of flowers Brazil.
-Meeting of the Rivers
-Plays of Oz
-S. Peter - Bocaina - Benfica
-S. Peter - Siberia - Santiago
-S. Peter - Good Esp. - Lumiar
-Lumiar - Amargoso - Scratched
Braun & Braun
German flavor, Swiss quality and over 200 beer choices in an environment typical European
Don Quixote - Restaurant
Brazilian international cuisine in a cozy atmosphere.
Dengo Emporium - Restaurant
Rustic Food Trivial
Le Bon Bec - Restaurant
Surprise yourself | Grill and Seafood
Too Much - Bar, smoothies etc.
Good Trout & Cia
The family in the service of food.
Pizzas Vegetarian Festival every Friday w / dinner.
Vegetarian lunch on Saturdays and Sundays.
Ro Viva! - Restaurant
Stone Dog Sitting
The park Furnas Catete, has a maximum altitude of around 1. 100m. It is a set of caves and rock blocks overlapping shapes that create breathtaking. The highest point is the Stone Dog Sitting formation that resembles a watchdog, with 100m high.
The Queijaria Switzerland, and an Attractive Interest is an independent and self-sufficient, belonging to, Fribourg-Nova Friburgo, nonprofit organization, whose objectives aimed at promoting rural and social development of the region and diffusion of technology cheesemaking
Three Peaks Salinas
Rock formation with three elevations that resemble pyramids, the highest recording 2. 310m altitude. The region is known for aviation pilots as 'Ghost Mountains', because they are not registered on topographical maps.
The San Clemente Park was designed in 1871 to serve as the residence of the Count of San Clemente. It is an appropriate place for hiking amid the lakes and gardens, which are valued native and exotic species. In the park area is the Nova Friburgo Country Club.
Praça Getúlio Vargas
The Praça Getúlio Vargas is in the heart of Nova Friburgo. Designed in 1881 by Auguste Marie François Glaziou with its secular eucalyptus trees and flowerbeds is listed by IPHAN as national heritage. In their malls are many monuments, tributes to those who participated in the city's history, D. John VI, Alberto Braune, Roberto Silveira, the Japanese represented by 'Kinen-ri' and others.
Around the square, some buildings, such as the Forum, the home of the Baron of Nova Friburgo, headquarters Workshop School and the Center for Art and Cultural Plant, where the documentary collection of Pro-Memories and townhomes, which depict the economic and social importance of Nova Friburgo in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Also Square Demerval Barbosa Moreira, with the Obelisk, representing the prosperous city and a tribute to the Earl of Nova Friburgo, the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, the Tourist Information Centre and the Institute of Education of Nova Friburgo set the scene of nature and history that it pays to be appreciated.