Enjoy some tips on things to do in the capital of Mato Grosso.
Chapada dos Guimarães - A Must Go for the adventurous
The National Park is 69 km (42.87 miles) from Cuiabá. A rocky formation with steep cliffs, crystal clear waterfalls and caves.
The Expedition Interativa Pantanal can take you there, check the website for information about hospitality.
|Chapada dos Guimarães National Park by interativapantanal|
SESC Arsenal - art museum
You can visit the art gallery, crafts exhibition, even have a beer!
Every Thursday meet other people there, eat Brazilian food and see crafts for free. From 6 to 10 pm.
|SESC Arsenal - by www.mochileiro.tur.br|
Good place to buy souvenirs and crafts from Cuiabá, there are many works made by native indians that you can see.
|Casa do Artesão - crafts|
Considered the most beautiful church in Cuiabá, it has a neo-gothic style, is located up the hill Morro do Seminário. The church was built in the XVIII century, but the current architecture was built in 1918. In the same space you will find the Museum of Sacred Art, where pieces from the 17th and 18th centuries are exhibited. The visit is free of charge.
|Nossa Senhora do Bom Despacho by Francisco Aragão on Flickr|
For more about the culture of Mato Grosso visit the Flickr: Ação Cultural