Japanese Garden, Ribeirao Preto

#5 of 7 in Parks in Ribeirao Preto
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Located within the Fabio Barreto Municipal Forest, Japanese Garden is a haven of tranquility and contemplation in central Ribeirão Preto. Enjoy the elegance of the carefully cultivated and landscaped garden, as you explore its pathways, pools, bridges, and miniature pagodas. From the bottom of the garden, you can look out across the city. Make Japanese Garden a centerpiece of your Ribeirao Preto vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Ribeirao Preto trip itinerary planner.
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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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  • The garden seems to be closed at the moment, the gates were shut and locked. The tori gate at its front looking uncared for  more »
  • I was attracted to the Japanese Garden and talked my friends into taking me there. The garden was unkept and you had to go through the zoo to get to it. The zoo was also a disappointment.  more »
  • This place is beautiful. It has lakes that has schools of fish. Also has a view of the city that you can see from the top. It's within the same area as the zoo so if you're visiting the Japanese garde...  more »