Casarao 8 - Museu do Doce, Pelotas

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Casarao 8 - Museu do Doce is located in Pelotas. With our custom trip planner, Pelotas attractions like Casarao 8 - Museu do Doce can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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The Porto and Centro districts, just north of Canal de Sao Goncalo, represent the most popular places to stay for visitors to the city. Comfortable chain hotels sit on grand boulevards, while simpler, more humble offerings can be found on the districts' side streets, including hostels and pousadas (guesthouses). Heading east, motels along the Av. Adolfo Fetter provide good options for those wanting to explore the surrounding landscape, as well as the main urban areas. Still farther to the east, you'll find comfortable pousadas next to the lagoon's beach.
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  • this is a really nice place to visit. I would not say it is really a Sweets museum it is more a museum where you will find a nice history of one of the aristocratic families in XIX century  more »
  • The Portuguese forefathers brought to Pelotas the tradition of producing the typical and famous "Portuguese Sweets". Old recipes and great secrets! For years already, the city of Pelotas has been know...  more »
  • The place is beautiful, the moment is worth a visit to get to know the architecture of the House. The entrance is free.
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  • 2010 heritage that's well worth knowing! :)
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  • Beautiful place, but it is not appropriate to the Museum referred to, there's nothing there, just an empty space.
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  • Interesting place to learn more about the native cultures and roots of the origin of the candy balls.
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  • Beautiful
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