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Though rain can fall at any time of the year in this region, Rio Grande do Sul sees the heaviest downpours during the winter months (June to September), which can be paired with a cold, southwesterly wind known ... Read more
as minuano. During the winter, Rio Grande do Sul’s higher elevations get snow, marking the beginning of peak tourist season in some areas; Gramado, for example, is Brazil’s Christmas capital, which attracts tourists from near and far and drives up hotel rates. Summers in Rio Grande do Sul are the opposite: in some areas, temperatures can rise to a sweltering 99 (37), though the coastal areas offer some respite.

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Novo Hamburgo

The Rio Grande do Sul is a state with a unique culture and even within it there are many cultural differences, because the state itself has received immigrants from all around the world, mainly from Germany and Italy. In my city 95% of people have German surnames, and the city has a culture that is a mixture of German and 'gauchas' traditions. 'Gaucho' is the word we use in Brazil for people born in Rio Grande do Sul.

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Rio de Janeiro

Chi arriva in questa città dall'europa, e dall'Italia in particolare, non può fare a meno di osservare quanto sia particolare. Perché qui è simile all'europa ma trasmette la forza e l'energia di chi è molto più giovane e, anche se diversa dalle città del nord, è sempre il Brasile amato dagli italiani.

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Novo Hamburgo

Una de las más atrayentes regiones turísticas de Brasil, La belleza de la naturaleza, unida a la buena infraestructura hotelera, es ideal para las personas que quieren quedarse satisfechas con sus vacaciones.La fuerte influencia europea está presente en la arquitectura y en las costumbres. Pero fue el trabajo y la dedicación de sus colonizadores --portugueses, italianos y alemanes, principalmente-- que transformaron el Sur de Brasil en el lugar donde se producen los mejores vinos del País.

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