Because tourists love to go shopping! With its beautiful neoclassical architecture, the public market was built in 1869. There you will find cafés, crafts, restaurants, many stores, fruits and local products. Don't leave the city without making a stop there.
|Mercado Público by Viajar pelo Mundo|
|Santander Cultural by Panoramio|
"Life is more fascinating than you can imagine" this is a must-go. Very interactive, there over 700 experiments to interact both kids and adults.
|Science and Technology Museum by Repensando Museus|
The surrounds of the former power station is the best place to watch the sunset in Porto Alegre. Located by the Guaíba River, the building was delivered in 1928 and generated electricity to the city until 1954. It's chimney is 117 meters hight. Nowadays, the cultural centre hosts many plays, dance presentations, arts exhibitions and more. It is also one of the most beautiful places for a bike ride.
|Usina do Gasômetro by portoalegretche.blogspot|
|Moinhos de Vento by Wikipedia|
The favorite of the locals. They enjoy going during the day to have their traditional hot herbal tea, chimarrão, and to relax, to watch people, appreciate arts and crafts or to buy organic food from the local farmers' market.
|Parque da Redenção by Revista Viajar|