Acude Velho, Campina Grande

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Acude Velho is part of historical heritage of the city of Campina Grande. Previously a source of water supply, it is now popular lake in the city center. There are two monuments on the banks of the lake, the Pioneers of Borborema consisting of three figures representing the Indian, the cotton picker, and drover, and the bronze monument statues of Luiz Gonzaga and Jackson do Pandeiro. You can explore the site by bike or on foot. It is also well-let at night. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Acude Velho by using our Campina Grande online vacation planner .
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  • The old Weir, main postcard town has a hot climate and is extremely well ventilated. At night it can be cold. Has a beautiful coloration with the dusk. Is perfect for hiking. In Saint John and at Christmas it is illuminated, giving a special charm to the city.
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  • For children still in the cart is a quiet walk, but the little that I walk on the floor can be dangerous, why has the side street. The view is beautiful, has museums around, some cafes and bike ride.
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  • Postcard from Campina Grande, good bars and restaurants around and also where you go will always end up in the old, rs
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  • My favorite place to go when I was in town. Provides incredible view of sunset; great for a walking, jogging, cycling and also with options for eating/drinking to your surroundings. If you go to the city and not go to the pond, lost a good part of town.
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  • I just got back in town after I visit more often give one more star.
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  • One of the postcards of Brazil. The old Weir is currently one of the places of amusement and leisure of the population Campinense. Great place for walking, jogging, cycling and playing sports outdoors. Next to the children's Park, form a complex perfect for several families. Has great infrastructure, well signposted and with many options of bars, gyms and points of sale. The old Weir is also home to the Museum of folk art of Paraíba, the Museum of the three Tambourines, the work of the world famous Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. How care should be attention to visiting hours on the action of miscreants at night.
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  • Tourist point of Campina Grande, great to do tours, taking coconut water, do you walk, ride a bike, take pictures, all good. Very nice land to live, even with high violence.
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  • Very nice, beautiful view
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Campina Grande’s commercial district plays host to a plethora of modern hotels, with many aimed at the business visitors that the city’s technology sector attracts. Rates are reasonable and the amenities top-notch, however, if you’re looking to save as many reais as possible, explore more affordable options in the outskirts. Those planning a longer vacation in Campina Grande should consider renting an apartment for their stay, as they may want the conveniences of kitchen and laundry amenities.
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