Spend a day at Petrópolis, a mountainside retreat that once served as a summer getaway for Brazil's royalty. On this guided tour, wander through the treasures of the Imperial Museum and then visit the burial place of Dom Pedro II and his family. Marvel at the Crystal Palace, built as an extravagant gift to Princess Isabel. Upgrade with a stop at Cervejaria Bohemia, where you’ll be wowed by the factory’s high-tech and interactive exhibits. Learn all about the history and science behind beer and taste Bohemia’s end result — a cold, rich lager.
• 10 hours
Dive into a piece of Brazilian history on this full day tour to Petrópolis from Rio de Janeiro. Learn about the history and heritage of this city and visit the famous attractions, including the Dom Pedro II Summer Residence, Imperial Museum, Crystal Palace, Santos Dumont House and Tereza Street.
• 7 hours
Come on a fantastic, approximately 8-hour, private day tour to Petropolis from Rio de Janeiro. Your group of up to 4 people will meet with your guide when picked up from your hotel to see sites such as the Imperial Museum, the Cathedral and Crystal Palace. This tour can be customized to your liking as it is your own private tour.
• 8 hours
FD Petropolis with Museum (8h)Known as the Imperial City, Petropolis, 60 km from Rio, revives in their homes, squares and flowery streets the heyday of the Brazilian Empire. Designed by Dom Pedro II and built by Germans settlers, the city enchants visitors not only with the architecture, but also with the Landscape in the valleys around the city, where nature is preserved in good part.
• 8 hours
This is the perfect tour for your second day of stay in Rio! Visit the astonishinly beautiful Imperial city Petrópolis, the summer retreat of the Brazilian emperor Dom Pedro II, built by germans and enjoy the most pleasant day in this magical place and its many attractions with your extremely knowledgeable licensed guide and history expert!- Quitandinha hotel and old cassino - São Pedro de Alcântara Cathedral - Crystal Palace - Lunch in a local restaurant - Koeler Avenue - Imperial Palace museum history tour - Santos Dummont´s residence Available from Tuesday to Sunday only.
• 12 hours
Experience Petropolis, a small municipality near Rio de Janeiro that is steeped in rich and cultural history on foot with a local Brazilian by visiting the Imperial Museum and Crystal Palace!
• 7 hours
Come and discover the historic Imperial city of Brazil. A tour of Petropolis combines a mixture of historical and cultural experiences, and a chance to see the charming Imperial architecture set and nestled within exuberant mountain range.
• 8 hours
The Imperial Museum has the main collection of the country relative to the Brazilian empire, in particular the so-called Second Reign, period ruled by d. Pedro II. There are about 300 thousand museum, archival and bibliographical items available to researchers and others interested in knowing a little more about the subject. The Wax Museum of Petrópolis is the first in Brazil with international artistic standards of hyper-realism, in which national and international personalities are portrayed to perfection. The sculptures exhibited in the MC are produced by American and English studios. They perfectly portray the texture of the skin, hair, and even the eyes of the characters. All were produced in full size.
• 8 hours
The Wax Museum of Petrópolis is the first in Brazil with international artistic standards of hyper-realism, in which national and international personalities are portrayed to perfection.
• 3 hours
The Imperial Museum has the main collection of the country relative to the Brazilian empire, in particular the so-called Second Reign, period ruled by d. Pedro II. There are about 300 thousand museum, archival and bibliographical items available to researchers and others interested in knowing a little more about the subject. When entering, people with bags, backpacks etc. they should be left in the luggage compartment, which provides convenience in the visit and prevents accidents with the public and the collection. It is also necessary to store cameras and camcorders, because to preserve the collection and improve the flow of visitation, it is not allowed to photograph or film inside the palace.Besides the palace, the Imperial Museum has other areas of visitation: the Hall of the Battle of Campo Grande; the Pavilhão das Vaturas; and the Pátio Lourenço Luiz Lacombe.
• 4 hours