The old architecture, the artists playing and painting on the streets and the good restaurants build a lovely environment. Even if it is raining it is possible to have a good time.
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This is a nice place for couples and friends.The restaurants in the area are overpriced and the portions are quite small. This is purely a touristic place, so get ready to be overcharged everywhere you go.
Paraty is one of our favorite places in Brazil. The historic district has buildings & churches dating from the Portuguese Colonial era and the original Gold Route. The beaches, islands, waterfalls and Atlantic rainforest are beautiful too. Definitely worth a visit!
Exploring this little town from Portuguese colonial times is worth a stop while you travel along the Brazilian coast. These days town life is dominated by tourism but the architecture still grants a look into colonial life. A tour guide is definitely recommended since there...More
This town is one of a kind and you can spend hours getting lost in the beautiful streets and colourful historic buildings. Music and atmosphere fill the streets at night and it always feels safe. I will go back again and again. There is usually...More
Paraty provides the breeze of the imperial Brazil. Even though obvious the atmosphere is not purely historic it is inclusive. Combines historic architecture with easy-going, relaxing and happy ambience. Very different people walking by the stone streets with some degree of difficulty since those are...More
Very quaint and beautiful town, full of charm in small winding streets. Awkward uf your little one is in a buggy but otherwise great. Dont be afraid to negotiate when shopping. Actual beach not so great but you must take a boat trip where you...More
Paraty Historic Center is very nice and touristy with many spots for great photography. The cobblestone is very irregular making it a bit difficult to walk and I would not recommend high heels here. No cars are allowed in the historic center making it a...More