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Japanese Gardens, Caldas Novas

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Caldas Novas features an impressive tourist infrastructure that includes nearly 100 hotels and guesthouses, many with heated swimming pools supplied by the area's natural thermal system. The town's chain hotels are packed during weekends and holidays, so it's a good idea to reserve in advance if you plan to visit during those times. Caldas Novas offers plenty of good eateries, but if you'd rather take the guesswork out of your dinner plans, pick your hotel based on the reputation of the onsite restaurant.
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  • This lovely Japanese garden is perfect for peaceful meditation and a stroll. The landscaping represents passages of life so it is helpful to have a guide that can explain the Buddhist and Zen philosop...  more »
  • It took some effort to find this place but it was worth it. Near the hustle and bustle of the Roma water park complex the is a place of rest and calm. We had a guide who explained the friendship trees...  more »
  • For a place to go at no cost it was good. But it is no comparison to other Japanese Gardens in other places in the world. I particularly liked the entrance as it made for good pictures. I have attache...  more »