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Cuiaba, which is known as the ‘’Southern gate to the Amazon’’ is the capital city of the Brazilian State of Mato Grosso, where we can offer cheap flights and holidays to Cuiaba from Ireland at very affordable rates. It is a very interesting city to visit for so many reasons. Located right in the centre of South America, just 2,000 km from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the city was founded during the Gold Rush in 1719. It has been the State capital since 1818.

Cuiaba as a holiday destination is the heart of an urban area that also includes the State’s second largest city – Varzea Grande. Cuiaba is where you will discover a great mixture of European, African and Native American influences and while visiting this city’s numerous museums you will clearly see that it reflects this.

The city possesses some intriguing sights that are definitely worth visiting, with flights and all-inclusive holidays to Cuiaba from Ireland always available all-year round. First of all the Basilico do Senhor Bom Jesus de Cuiaba should be first on your to visit list. This stylish cathedral with its exquisite Art Deco features and its beautiful stained glass are a real hit with visitors.

After your tour of the Basilico do Senhor Bom Jesus de Cuiaba a short hop next door to the Palacio de Instrucao is a must. The yellow baroque Palacio da Instrucao houses Cuiaba’s History and Natural History Museums. For those of you who are hoping to see a wide range of exciting exhibits at the History Museum you might be a little disappointed as it is mostly devoted to the 1860’s war between Brazil and Paraguay, which was largely fought in this remote region, which is very interesting nonetheless.

The Natural History wing contains a large assortment of stuffed animals as well as some amazing Indian Clubs, Arrows and headdresses that are definitely not to be missed.  

The Praca de Republica is Cuiaba’s main attraction. This Basilica fronts Cuiaba’s main square and for your chance to see it, check out our amazing deals on flights and holidays to Cuiaba from Ireland. Cuiaba’s most important street – Avenida Getulio Vargas in Centro runs northwest from the Praca de Republica.

After touring the city why don’t you unwind in the beautiful surroundings of Parque Antonio Pires de Campos. This park is located in the heart of Cuiaba and it is a delightful way of immersing yourself in the Cuiaba way of life.

Cuiaba is one of the host cities for the 2014 World Cup, so expect a carnival atmosphere when the World Cup kicks off in June.

Come and enjoy this boomtown.

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Language

Portuguese

Money

Brazilian Real

Sightseeing

Basilico do Senhor Bom Jesus de Cuiaba

Palacio da Instrução - Cuiaba's History and Natural History Museum

Praça da República (Republic Square)

Parque Antonio Pires

 

 

 

Time

Dublin is 4 Hours ahead of Cuiaba

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