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Fazenda Babilonia, Pirenopolis

(4.5/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Built in 18th century, Fazenda Babilonia was carefully preserved to tell a story of Brazil’s historical values. Considered a national heritage, the farm mansion was built by slaves using stones, wood, and adobe. Some of the wooden pillars are 15 m (49 ft) long and half a meter (2 ft) wide. The main reason to visit the farm is for an intense gastronomic trip by trying the local cuisine of the region. Go for breakfast, and savor some of 30 dishes provided, made from products from the farm. The mansion includes a large balcony, slave quarters, dining room and surrounding buildings. Put Fazenda Babilonia on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Pirenopolis vacation route planner.
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Reviews
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  • Very interesting and well maintained fazenda. Get a historic tour with the guide to understand how farming life did look like years ago in this part of the country and how slaves did develop the econo...  more »
  • I went to Babylon and I really enjoyed Doing, because the tour is almost a time travel. The main shed, the construction adopted and up to the tools used in the everyday life of the farm are very interesting. In addition, there's a lot of history, so much old as recent, and you end up getting impressed with everything, especially with the participation of the family at festivals held in Pirenópolis. I haven't tried the breakfast, but didn't feel it was a great loss, because the options in the city are diverse and very tasty. Don't forget to take a look at the animals that are on the back of the farm, because they are very beautiful.
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  • A farm of 1800, where rescued several recipes dishes that were served in the colonial era. A mixture of African, Portuguese and Indian food. I couldn't try it all, but I love experimenting with delicious flavours that had never been proven. Worth the price.
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  • Visita obrigatória para quem vai a Pirenópolis. O café sertanejo servido na varanda do casarão colonial é fantástico! Tudo feito com produtos típicos, no fogão a lenha que se vê ali mesmo. A dica é chegar no meio da manhã para passar algumas horas sentado à grande mesa de madeira, saboreando a grande diversidade de produtos que são postos à mesa. Pães de queijo, pamonha, broa, sucos naturais, bolos, quitutes da região, linguiça de porco, tudo fresquinho! Após a farta comilança, fazer a digestão caminhando pelo casarão em uma visita guiada (as vezes pela própria proprietária da fazenda) que é uma deliciosa aula de história. Indico muito!
  • Muito legal a fazenda vale a pena visitar e conhecer a história porém a comida lá não é tão boa quanto parece
  • Lugar agradável, com uma boa guia e lindos animais soltos. Construção antigas com boas histórias.
  • Para uma visitação de cunho histórico, vale muito a pena. Oferecem um enorme café colonial, mas quando visitamos, não estava sendo oferecido. Vale conferir.
  • lugar fantástico, com uma acolhida calorosa pela proprietária da fazenda. O passeio é breve, mas a experiência e o aprendizado de uma parte da historia do Brasil são intensos. O café é ótimo, servindo iguarias produzidas na região, de acordo como era feito há séculos. Vale cada momento.