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December 4, 2012
April 2, 2002
The main downtown area offers a variety of shop, bars and restaurants. As one might expect with a tourist town, thing seemed to be a bit pricier here. Not that it should deter you from going, but Campos do Jordao is a popular destination with Brazilians, but not, it seems, with international travelers, thus English speakers are scarce.
Overall, I’d highly recommend this as a quick escape from Sao Paulo. We actually enjoyed the bus ride itself, it gave us a chance to see some of the scenery outside the city. The town was simply beautiful, and a pleasant place to stroll and shop, stopping periodically for a drink, some delicious chocolates, or another treat.
From journal Sao Paulo - a few days in the urban jungle