Belem, Brazil Cruise Port
Situated right at the mouth of the Amazon River, Belem is one of the main ports in Brazil. The architecture has obvious influences from the Portuguese that can be found along the city squares, churches and parks. Cathedral of Belem is one of the oldest churches in the region and has the largest organ found in South America. The Goeldi Museum houses the world’s largest collection of tropical plants for all to view. The local Ver O Peso market, located along the beautiful riverside waterfront, is open for exploration of its many different arts, crafts and clothing as well as vegetables and fruits. The climate is typically tropical offering a warm and humid feel for its visitors. Below, we have listed a few of our favorite things to do while cruising to Belem, Brazil:
- Visit the Amazon Biopark Zoo and its natural jungle and river surroundings that provide a great attraction to explore the flora and fauna of the area on your cruise to Belem, Brazil.
- Explore the Rodrigues Alves Wood Botanical Gardens for a taste of the beautiful flowers and plants of the tropical area.
- Shop in the Ver O Peso Market for a unique variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs, meats, fish and more.
- Venture into the Da Paz Theater, now a historic landmark it is also one of the prettiest monuments in Brazil and was built in neo-Classical style opening in 1878.