Estrada Parque, Itu

#2 of 9 in Historic Sites in Itu
The curvy road along Estrada Parque takes you along the river Rio Tiete, campsites with waterfalls, farms, caves, forests, and even an old hydroelectric plant. This road was used by the pilgrims, and now you can stop along any of the sights for a picnic or lunch. Or, just cruise by and enjoy the views. Take a look at our Itu trip itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Estrada Parque and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • July 28, 2017
    This road is very worthwhile, it's gorgeous, with beautiful views. I loved this tour that gives that will stop on the road to take some pictures and get admiring, but has no shoulder ... I was even sad, but it's wonderful and is very worthwhile ... road leads to the making of chocolate. Wonderful tour
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  • July 22, 2017
    Whether by car, bike or even walk do this tour! The road is great and the landscapes are beautiful with the Tietê River right next door! Too bad there's no coasting or stop points for observation. On the way there are also several attractions, including the Chocolate Farm.
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  • July 19, 2017
    It's a hot road to drive, or fly, or pedaling without haste. The view is very nice, with trees everywhere. But stopping points are missing, both commercial, as simply roadside places to park and watch the scenery. Anyway worth the ride.
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Much of Itu's accommodations lie in the city center, in the form of larger, upscale hotels that provide pools, fine dining, and plenty of the amenities you'd expect from well-known chains. While these tend to feature higher prices, they offer easy access to the attractions in the city center. Budget travelers should keep an eye out for smaller family-run guesthouses and hotels scattered around the historic core. To escape the bustle of the city center, consider staying in the surrounding countryside. Though you'll need some form of transportation to get to and fro, staying in the outskirts puts you close to some of the region's numerous plantation-style homes, many of which date back to the 18th century.
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