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CIDADES PEQUENAS que você PRECISA CONHECER em SÃO PAULO


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Hi people, Elzinga here. Let’s get to know some small towns in the state of São Paulo that almost no one talks about? So, subscribe to the channel if you’re new here, I always bring great content about Brazil and come with me! Starting with Iporanga with 4,000 inhabitants, this city is surrounded by several

Conservation units… a beautiful name for a protected forest. But what stands out there is the Caverna do Diabo State Park, as well as the Alto Ribeira Tourist State Park, commonly known as PETAR. In fact, this city is a perfect place for those looking for caves or

Other places to walk and get in touch with nature. And this PETAR that I mentioned is the main reason that the young folks go there, because it is precisely there that you can find stalagmites, stalactites and those things that we’ve seen on TV and didn’t know where they were. No wonder,

Iporanga is the Capital of Caves because of the more than 360 that have already been cataloged there. Next stop, Cananéia with 12 thousand inhabitants, that city that fights with São Vicente over who

Is the oldest in Brazil, but ends up losing. Just because of that, you can see that the place is as old as the stones, right? Well then, it is also one of the largest nurseries of marine life on the

Planet and one of the last remaining untouched Atlantic Forest on the Brazilian coast. Other than that, I don’t even need to mention that old building in this place is everywhere. Not surprisingly, UNESCO recognized Cananéia as a World Heritage Site.

And Joanópolis, have you heard of it? Joanópolis is a small town of 13,000 inhabitants, right at the foot of the Serra da Mantiqueira that lives off the rustic culture and is blessed by inexplicable landscapes. The biggest highlight is the Cachoeira dos Pretos, the highest waterfall

In São Paulo at 154 meters high, as well as Pedra do Cume with an incredible view. But the curious thing about the city is none of that, but the fact that there, supposedly, is where the werewolf lives. Don’t ask me to explain, look for Casa do Artesão and they will tell you better!

And how about São Luiz do Paraitinga with 10 thousand people? This city is practically an open-air museum full of mansions from the 18th and 19th centuries and which, in addition, is considered a National Historic Landmark. Some good highlights are Oswaldo Cruz Square,

Capela das Mercês, Casa Paroquial and Casa Oswaldo Cruz. Other than that, Carnaval das Marchinhas and Festa do Divino are like a tomorrowland in the city that happens every year. And in case you ask yourself: ELZINGA, WHY WON’T YOU PUT YOUR TELEGRAM ON THE SCREEN SO WE CAN FOLLOW YOU

AND RECEIVE NEWS ABOUT YOUR CONTENT? So, I know it has nothing to do with what I’m talking about, but now that you’ve seen the little thing down here, there’s no turning back. Continuing, let’s now talk about Águas de São Pedro, with not even 4 thousand inhabitants. Águas de São Pedro,

In addition to being the smallest city in the area of ​​São Paulo and also having the 2nd best HDI in the state, is famous for its hot springs with medicinal properties that many people look for to cure diseases. I don’t know if it works, but given the number of people

Visiting this place, I suspect it does. The main highlight there is the Thermal Spa, as well as the Municipal Fountain, the Bosque, the Grande Hotel Senac and the Thermas Water Park. And to know that, curiously, at the beginning of everything, people went to look for oil in this area, they only found

Warm water from within the planet and today it is one of the main tourist cities in Brazil. By the way, the oil tower is still there and is called Engineer Ângelo Balloni Oil Tower”. Going to Santo Antônio do Pinhal, with 7 thousand inhabitants, here’s a great alternative for those who

Always go to Campos do Jordão. It’s like Canela for those who always go to Gramado. Santo Antônio do Pinhal is nice because it is full of inns, green areas and that kind of thing that only a country town

Offers. The best way to get to know this little paradise in São Paulo is to take the Mirante Train that connects the city with Campos do Jordão in a 2:30h tour and passes through several amazing places. Speaking of Queluz, which looks more like an advertisement for an energy company,

Here’s another very peculiar corner in the state of São Paulo. There are almost 14 thousand people who live there and the city is mainly sought after because of the waterfalls, natural pools, historic buildings and the bush that they call forests

That is almost a “natural resort” at the foot of Serra da Mantiqueira. Other interesting things to do is visit the Bosque das Paredes Ocultas, also the Mother Church of São João Batista, as well as Pedra da Mina, a peak with 2,798 meters high, one of the highest in Brazil.

Did you like it? Now imagine you visiting these places with this shirt I’m wearing. An equal one, in this case, because this one is mine. Go to my store that has the link in the description and get one for you, creature!

And now we are going to Monte Alegre do Sul with its 8 thousand inhabitants. This is a city of Italian immigration that has the title of Capital of Cachaça, Capital of Strawberry and is part of the Circuito das Águas Paulistas. If you enjoy nature,

This is a good place for you, especially around the Cachoeira das Andorinhas, which despite being only 10 meters high is very beautiful. Other cool things are the Balneário Municipal, the Mirante do Cristo Redentor at 872 meters of altitude, the Locomotiva Mogiana, the Santuário

Do Senhor Bom Jesus, the Mini City and a bunch of other things that you can only discover by going there. In Tapiraí, with almost 8,000 inhabitants, it is where you can find waterfalls as far as the eye can see,

Rivers with crystalline waters and also one of the best gingers in the world. The very roots, because they plant there by default. It is not by chance that 80% of Tapiraí’s territory is listed as an Environmental Protection Area. The biggest highlight of Tapiraí is the Chá Waterfall.

In São José do Barreiro, with 4 thousand inhabitants, there is also a lot of nature that draws the attention of those who visit it. The city is popularly known for being the gateway to Serra da Bocaina and, there, it is possible to do several activities related to ecotourism,

As well as visit old farms of the Coffee Cycle, some with more than 200 years of history. Going to Bofete, with 12 thousand inhabitants and a thousand reasons to become a meme by the name, if I’m pronouncing it right, here’s another place that exudes nature. Actually,

To explain first, Bofete got its name from the Portuguese-variation word “buffet”, because there is a hill there that was named Morro do Bofete because, supposedly, it looks like a buffet table. And it’s not because of the geological formation of the hill that the name comes from, but because the drovers

Kept food and fresh water up there in holes, like a buffet for the next friends who passed by. But apart from that hill, there’s still the Sleeping Giant Hill that looks exactly what its name says, with the Three Stones being its feet. The ideas of these people!

And Analândia, do you already know? Analândia is a city of 5 thousand inhabitants that is considered an important climatic resort in the state of São Paulo. There are several natural refuges that exist there such as waterfalls, mountains, landscapes and many other things. One of the most

Popular destinations in this place is definitely the Morro do Cuscuzeiro, also called Morro do Testemunho because it is said to be a testament to what the surface of our planet was like millions of years ago. Other highlights are the Morro do Camelo, the Salto Waterfall, the

Ponte Amarela Nature Reserve, the Church of Sant’Ana and the Old Railway Station of “Annápolis”. Another place is Ilha Comprida with 11 thousand inhabitants. And the city has that name because it is a very long and narrow island on the border with Paraná, in addition to having the

Last untouched dunes in the state of São Paulo. There are 74 kilometers of clean beaches and many cultural and natural attractions. Ilha Comprida is a typical place that we cannot assimilate with the stereotypes of the state of São Paulo, because it has a very different lifestyle.

And despite having only 11 thousand people, in the summer there are more than 600 thousand human beings that pass by, mainly looking for Boqueirão do Norte, which is the busiest beach, Boqueirão do Sul, Pedrinhas Beach, Viareggio Beach, Ponta da Praia and the Araçá Dunes.

Be amazed now, because in São Paulo there is a city called Monteiro Lobato with 5 thousand inhabitants, which is named in honor of the writer José Bento Monteiro Lobato, the father of Sítio do Pica-Pau Amarelo, because it was precisely there where he lived. It is a city that

Combines sustainable tourism with gastronomy, rustic traditions, sports and ecotourism. A lot of people go there to do the Pedra do Sapo trail in Serra da Mantiqueira, but the attractions go far beyond that, like the Sítio do Pica-Pau Amarelo that exists there,

Also the Kingdom of Águas Claras, the Mata do Farias Waterfall, the Zé Maria Waterfall, the Mirante das Antenas, the Grotto of Nossa Senhora de Lourdes and the Artisans Association. Going to Rifaina, with almost 4 thousand inhabitants, we find a small paradise that has become the

Darling of many travelers, mainly because of nature and cultural spaces. Rifaina combines a freshwater beach, a dam and several ecotourism activities. Weekends in this place only offer jet skis and speedboats in the resort formed by the waters of the Rio Grande.

Other highlights are the 5-kilometer Morro do Chapéu trail, Ilha do Amor for diving, Paredão Estreito and the Jaguara Reservoir. This place has a very strange name. And how about Sabino, with 5 thousand inhabitants? Sabino is very popular because it is

On the banks of the Tietê River, but not Tietê, which you hear every day that it is dirty, because it is very clean there. But the curious thing about this city is not any tourist attraction, which has several by the way, but the fact that the population has invented their own dialect

Called Sabinese that they use a lot. There have already been several media networks there to get to know this peculiarity that comes to give a knot in the head. In fact, this dialect is nothing more than the inversion of the syllables of a word without inverting the letters. Elzinga would look something

Like GAZINEL. It sounds complicated, and it really is. Google it, you won’t regret it. [???] Next city, Iacanga, the Brazilian Woodstock with 12 thousand inhabitants. And I mention Woodstock because, in the 1970s and 1980s, there was a big event in the city called

The Águas Claras Festival that brought more than 30 thousand people to Santa Virgínia Farm. Obviously inspired by the eternal Woodstock. But apart from this event that no longer takes place, the city still offers a lot of natural beauty, an interior climate and several attractions aimed

Mainly at water sports and sport fishing. Some highlights there are the Municipal Lake, the Tietê Aquarium with fish from the Tietê river itself, the Quilombo Beach, and of course, the Peão de Boiadeiro Festival that has been around for over 40 years.

And, to finish today’s chat, let’s go to Sales with 6 thousand inhabitants, a small town in the metropolitan region of São José do Rio Preto that is very popular because of a resort surrounded by the waters of the Tietê River. Other than that, there is also Praia do Cervinho,

Prainha do Torres and Richelieu Beach with natural sands from the Tietê river. Well folks, that was it for today. If you liked the video, pass it on. If you didn’t like it, I don’t even know why you got here. Comment there if you know any of these cities I mentioned,

Or send more cities in São Paulo that Brazil needs to know and let’s do a part 2. A kiss on your tits with all the respect in the world, and until next time. Goodbye!

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