Ribeirao Preto: What To Do And Where To Go?

My search for a good tropical climate brought me to Ribeirao Preto. The place has its own cultural and economic significance. It has a typical tropical climate dry and wet with dry winters and wet summers. If you are planning a trip to this city anytime soon, check out of the best tourist attractions.

  • Pedro II Theater

This was a theatre in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro. It had been inaugurated in the year 1871. The place has great cultural significance. You should definitely take out time to visit this place. I definitely took me by surprise.

  • Ribeirao Shopping

A Brazilian mall that is situated in Jardim California in the district of Zona Sul. Believe it or not, this mall has 380 stores. Among this, there are anchors and mega stores. If you are a shopping fanatic like me, this is a great place to be.

  • Coffee Museum

The Coffee Museum has a historical significance. This is because the imposing building is the one where the coffee exchange was known to be operated. Presently, this is one of the most interesting museums that you will come across the city. Brazil is the largest producer of coffee and you should not leave out the museum when you are here.

  • Feira Do Canto

I found this place in the lap of nature. It is filled with greenery. Here, you will come across food, music, and art, as well. This is a fantastic place to be. There are many restaurants which will surely satisfy your taste bud.

  • Catedral Metropolitana De Sao Sebastiao

It is at the heart of Saint Sebastian’s Roman Catholic Archdiocese. The design of the cathedral is pretty modern and based on the Mayan style of pyramids. It showcases spiritual, as well as architectural magnificence.