HOLAMBRA - The City of Flowers
Days: Tuesday to Sunday - Time: 10 hours
PICK-UP: 07:30AM at the Hotel
Tour: In this tour we visit 03 flower productions, suggestive for people who love nature and flowers and take lots of photos, we present the stages of cultivation, we talk about the species visited and during the tour the guide will interact showing some curiosities of the city and its most interesting points, such as gastronomy and its tourist attractions: Flower Market, Van Googh Square, Povos Unidos Mill, Pioneer House Museum, Municipal Palace, Main Church, Deck of Love and Vitória Regia Lake. Throughout the city tour we present a brief summary of the history of Dutch immigration.
Flowers we visited:
1) Cut gerberas: Gerberas are flowers grown in greenhouses (protected cultivation system). They are in bloom all year round, they are flower beds by colors, beautiful scenery for photos.
2) Chrysanthemums / Daisies: Known as field flowers, but which are also cultivated in the greenhouse system all year round, the beds always have flowery layers, they are taller flowers and grow closer together, giving a feeling of a flowery carpet.
3) Anthuriums: flowers grown in the greenhouse system, planted in pots with very vibrant colors.
IMPORTANT: Flowers have their seasonality, we always visit the most flowery crops.
Finish: 03:30PM Holambra
Transport in minivans or vans with air conditioning
Pick-up and drop-off at the Hotel
Bilinagual Tour Guide
Holambra located 120 km far from São Paulo is considered the largest producer of flowers and plants in Latin America, accounting for about 45% of national production. With lots of greenery and typical buildings, the city reveals in small details, part of its history, traditions and culture. Its formation started from the Dutch immigration that at the end of the 40's began to arrive at the old Ribeirão Farm. Its name reflects the union of two peoples and two cultures, a mixture of Holland (HOL), America (AM) and Brazil (BRA).
YOU HAVE TO BRING:
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes for walking, as there are stops during the tour; bring a raincoat or umbrella on a cloudy day; 1 sweater or blouse; personal objects such as a cap, sunglasses, cameras, etc .; cards and money for personal expenses.
DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Meals and drinks
Povos Unidos Mill Ticket
Pioneer House Museum Ticket