Visit the charming landscape of Petropolis
Petropolis The Imperial City by Gadini
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Petropolis The Imperial City



Visit the city of Petropolis, called the Imperial City since the Emperor Pedro II


  • Imperial Museum
  • Crystal Palace
  • Gothic Cathedral


  • Roundtrip Transfer to Most Hotels in São Conrado, Leblon, Ipanema and Copacabana
  • Professional Tour Guide
  • Imperial Museum Entrance Ticket


  • Food and Beverages
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • The specific departure time for this tour will be determined upon reconfirmation.

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Jul 12 2016
Petropolis is a very European feeling & looking city in Rio. It gives a nice contrast to the beaches & the rest of the city, which are spectacular. Lewis our tour guide was outstanding. Very informative & really made the trip interesting. My wife has MS & he was extremely attentive to her needs. He is a true gentleman & a wonderful tour guide. We had him on 2 other tours during our trip & was equally great on both of those. The included lunch buffet was good. The Palace Museum was really nice. You should do this tour.
reviewed by william
Feb 17 2016
Wonderful idyllic city in the mountains.
reviewed by a Gray Line customer
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The city of Petropolis is located 60 km away from Rio and has been called the Imperial City since the times of the Emperor Pedro II. Settled by the Germans, Petropolis keeps the memory of Brazilian history alive with its buildings and charming streets.

This tour starts with the visit to the Imperial Museum, which has been the summer residence of the Emperor D. Pedro II, and keeps furniture and objects such as the crown of gold, pearls and diamonds used by D. Pedro I and D. Pedro II.

The tour will continue on to the Gothic Cathedral where Princess Isabel was buried along with the tombstones of D. Pedro II and his wife. From there you will see the Crystal Palace, built in France and mounted in Brazil, destined to shelter exhibitions and great parties promoted by Princess Isabel.



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