Centro Historico de Mariana, Mariana

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  • July 31, 2017
    Of the 3 churches, 2 are closed. Remember an inner city but with enough siege of guides and vendors.
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  • July 30, 2017
    The historical Center view is magnificent! Be sure to walk down the street next to the two churches and arrive to the square. It's worth the short walk.
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  • July 30, 2017
    It was the second time we visited the historic cities of Minas, and stay in Ouro Preto, the largest amount of activities to do and places to visit (we were with two teenagers and we needed more options). But particularly in this second visit to Mariana, I was delighted. Without wanting to compare, but already making comparisons, Mariana is much more quiet, organized, clean and quiet. Since Ouro Preto, about time for your geography "rugged", or maybe because they simply grew too much, it's a bit chaotic. Its squares, shopping streets, churches and all fell in love with us. Went out of town with a desire to return to the region to spend a few days in Mariana.
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Where to stay in Mariana

Many of the most convenient places to stay in Mariana lie within a walkable distance of one of the city's main squares, the Praca Tancredo Neves. A surprising array of accommodation options cluster in the town core, from family-run bed and breakfasts and shared houses to more upscale, resort-style hotels complete with swimming pools. Keep an eye out for "pousadas," independently-owned guesthouses or lodges, often within a historical mansion or residential building. Alternatively, nearby Ouro Preto features a larger array of accommodations, though you'll need to bus or drive into Mariana.
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