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Museu do Café, Santos

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Coffee is an integral part of the Brazilian economy beginning from the first Portuguese ship to the contemporary market. The Museu do Café takes you on this caffeinated journey through Brazilian history, from colonialization to the modern-day coffee export industry. If you're a coffee lover, it is only right to visit this remarkable piece of architecture to pay homage to an export that charges your mornings and Brazil's economy. The building itself is an impressive place that showcases the brilliance of late colonial architecture in Brazil. Be sure to visit the gift shop before you leave; there you’ll find some one-of-a-kind items that celebrate the all-powerful bean. Our Santos itinerary planner makes visiting Museu do Café and other Santos attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Program for the whole family. The lack of cleaning of the facade left me for, but the interior is conservation note 10. All very clean and organized. It's worth the ride. In the end, pass in the diner for a cup of espresso to complete. sensational.
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  • Worth knowing. Interesting because there have acquired all knowledge of how the cafér arrived at the port of Santos and the progress that has brought to the city of Saints
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  • site with many pictures, told the story of coffee in Brazil, its picturesque facts, such as the shipment of coffee on ships for export, being the same loaded by longshoremen leading 1 coffee bag at a time, over the head, and there was a longshoreman who carried, 5 bags at a time, each bag weighed 50 kg.
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  • Great museum to learn about the history of coffee in the area and its implications on Brazil. Note: almost everything is in portuguese.
  • Unique!
  • Nice coffee but little items and information about cofee, process and brewing. Many info of coffee as a merchantile
  • Clássico, histórico e imponente
  • Ótimo ponto turístico de Santos!