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Quarteirao Paulista, Ribeirao Preto

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Quarteirao Paulista is located in Ribeirao Preto. Plan to visit Quarteirao Paulista and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Ribeirao Preto attractions using our Ribeirao Preto trip builder.
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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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  • A busy downtown square, located amid many retail shops, restaurants, Pedro II Theater, and perhaps most importantly, the Pinguim Chopperia. A historic monument in the square honors fallen soldiers. Pa...  more »
  • A nice historical place to visit but the surrounding is a bit dirty with many trashes! If the people are caring more about its historical beauty and significance, they should tidy up the surrounding. ...  more »
  • Three buildings facing a large square where the starting point of the town ("marco zero") is located make up the Quarteirão Paulista, which seems to be the pride of the local people. The buildings hav...  more »