Walk down the buzzing cosmopolitan streets of the Savassi neighborhood on a Saturday evening, eat at one of the fine restaurants in Lourdes, stroll through the densely packed stalls at Mercado Central, attend a weekend street fair or a concert at the Palácio das Artes, or visit the Inhotim art museum west of the city, and you’ll see that Belo Horizonte has countless dimensions. Add to all this the friendly, welcoming nature of Beagá’s people and you’ve got a winning combination. Stick around a few days – you might grow fond of the place.
A distinctive feature of Belo Horizonte is a large number of green areas with an unusual design. There are about 2 million different trees growing here. This is a real garden city, where thousands of tourists come every year. Pampulla Ecological Park is one of those interesting objects that cannot be missed. It is decorated with the works of the famous Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer.
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Museums and parks in Belo Horizonte