A beautifull village close to São Paulo
In 1554, a group of Jesuits founded the settlement of Bohi, after M'Boy Mirin, halfway the sea and the São Paulo country area.
The artistic vocation of the city began to be projected in 1937, when Cássio M'Boy, image-maker of Embu, won the First Grand Prize at the International Technical Arts Exhibition in Paris.
The artistic tradition of the city was institutionalized and gained projection in and out of Brazil in 1964 with the First Hall of the Arts. At the same time, from the late 1960s, the city became the attraction pole for hippies, who exposed their artcrafts on weekends, giving rise to the Fair Arts and Crafts, which is held every weekend from 1969 and which is a major driver of the tourist projection of the city.
* If your party is larger than 3, please contact me before booking anything and I will send you a customized tour with the updated price for that.
We will park the car near the historic center, to do a walk through the streets where lots of art galleries, rustic furniture and craft shops.
We visit the set Our Lady of the Rosary, with the Museum of Sacred Art.
As Embu das Artes has a wide variety typical Brazilian gastronomy and international cuisine, we recommend a stop in one of the best local restaurants to replenish energy and eat a typical dish: Leitão a Pururuca. .
They will certainly be taken away great memories, before we take you back to your hotel!
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel in São Paulo
End location: Hotel in São Paulo
Duration: 6 hours
Depending on traffic conditions
Executive car: Ford Focus 2014 with air conditioning. Capacity for 3 people.
Transportation up to 3 people
1 bottle of water per person
Estimated Local Cash Needed
150 Reais - Souvenirs and posible meal
Meals and Personal Expenses
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Our trip to the City of Embu was most efficiently planned with seamless transportation to this art colony from the port. Diogo had the most pleasant personality all day through... was a great source of historical information along the way. Highly recommend!