What to do in Campos do Jordão, the most charming place in Brazil’s São Paulo state

Winter is the most popular time for tourists who fill the streets of Vila Capivari and sit in front of the fireplaces that are common in houses, restaurants and hotels. July is the busiest month, and it is also the month of the Winter Festival

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Campos do Jordão is the favorite of the denizens of São Paulo. The most charming town in the Serra da Mantiqueira mountain range is 180 km from the capital. Its elegance is even greater in winter when low temperatures combine with Alpine-style architecture to create a mood to enjoy wines and fondues. In addition to the town center, called Vila Capivari, the destination also stands out for its nature, parks and museums.

Read on to learn more about what to do in Campos do Jordão, as well as some tips on accommodation . . .

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