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Coffee Museum, Ribeirao Preto

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Given its idyllic, verdant surrounds and quaint colonial architecture, Coffee Museum offers a location as intriguing as its contents. Inside the museum, which is dedicated entirely to the history of coffee, a large collection of artifacts--including sculptures, photos, carts, and coffee machines—awaits the visitor. Built in the early 1950s, the museum is one of the city’s most prominent attractions. With our international travel planner, Ribeirao Preto attractions like Coffee Museum 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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  • Site that needs to be visited to learn a little of the history of the city in your time of coffee. Is on the campus of USP and has a well wooded area. Deserves more attention of the Government and should be more encouraged to your visitation
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  • many old coffee options, great place to take family.. is super recommended, I will be back more often
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  • The most valuable items from the Museo, SUMIUuuuu. Total abandonment. They say that will pass by restoration.
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A regional center of business and tourism, Ribeirao Preto boasts over 50 hotels and 30 motels, offering more than 10,000 rooms within its metropolitan area. Centrally located establishments remain the most popular choice among foreign visitors looking for spacious rooms, free parking, and various onsite facilities. If you're traveling on a budget, consider one of the city's guesthouses, which offer smaller rooms and fewer amenities but cost less than the area's big-name hotels.
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