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Sol Belo Horizonte Star Rating 4        
Rua Bahia 1040

Within a few steps from bus stops, this modern high-rise hotel is a 9-minute walk from the traditional market, Mercado Central, and 13 minutes' on foot from bustling Praça da Liberdade plaza.Offering modern furnishings, all the rooms provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. Upgraded rooms add soaking tubs and separate sitting areas with sofas.
Ibis Styles Bh Minascentro        
Rua dos Guajajaras 849 BELO HORIZONTE

Within a 2-minute walk from several bus stops, this modern, design-focused budget hotel is 1 km from Praça da Liberdade, a central city square, and 10 km from football games at Estádio Mineirão.Stylish, relaxed rooms decorated with cool tones and wood furnishings feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some have sofas.
Hostel Santa Tereza        
Rua Hermillo Alves, 270

This urban hostel is a 13-minute walk from the Estação METRO Santa Efigenia metro station and 3 km from the Praça da Liberdade.The simple 2-to 8-bedded dorms and private rooms have shared bathrooms. They all come with wood furnishings and fans, plus free Wi-Fi.
Bristol Jaragua Hotel Star Rating 4        
Rua Boaventura, 987

This upscale, modern hotel is 3.5 km from the Mineirão stadium, 4.8 km from Museu de Arte da Pampulha and 10 km from Praça da Liberdade square.
Clan Glass Tower Hotel Star Rating 4        
Rua Goncalves Dias, 30

This upscale, glass-facade hotel is 1.6 km from Praça da Liberdade square and Chevrolet Hall convention center, as well as 12 km from Mineirão sports arena.The luxe rooms have complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars and safes.
Hotel Saint Louis Sao Francisco Star Rating 4        
Rua Viseu,1178

This upscale, French-inspired hotel is 3 km from soccer matches at Estádio Mineirão and 8 km from Praça da Liberdade in the city center.Decorated in muted tones, the refined rooms come with free Wi-Fi, safes and flat-screen TVs. Upgrade rooms add pull-out sofas, Nespresso machines and/or whirlpool tubs.
Mercure Belo Horizonte Lourdes Hotel Star Rating 5        
Avenida do Contorno 7315

This upscale modern hotel is a 7-minute walk from Museu Histórico Abílio Barreto, featuring local history, and 1.7 km from Praça da Liberdade, a bustling city square.The chic, contemporary rooms and suites feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and minibars, as well as microwaves.
Motel Dubai BH        
Rodovia Anel Rodoviario Celso Mello Azevedo, 14020

This streamlined motel is 14 km from Chevrolet Hall sports venue, 13 km from Praça da Liberdade urban square and 17 km from Estádio Mineirão stadium.Minimalist, contemporary rooms have minibars, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms have in-room whirlpool tubs and/or saunas.
Toronto Tower Residence Belo Horizonte Star Rating 3        
Rua Ceara, 2001

This straightforward, high-rise hotel, set south of the city center, lies 1.4 km from the attractions at Praça da Liberdade and 4.3 km from Tergip Terminal Rodoviário Governador Israel Pinheiro.
Hotel Braganca Belo Horizonte Star Rating 2        
Avenida Parana, 109

This straightforward, downtown hotel above a row of shops is a 14-minute walk from the central metro station and 1.1 km from the SESC Palladium theater and cultural center.The unfussy, simply furnished rooms come with cable TV and fans.
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Belo Horizonte is one of the four biggest cities in Brazil, and it is the capital of the state Minas Gerais. This name in Portuguese means "beautiful horizon" and it is also called "Beaga", Portuguese for "BH". The name says everything: Belo Horizonte offers view on surrounding mountains that will take your breath away and city itself is built on several hills. It is designed as planned city approximately one century ago and its streets adorned with alleys make perfect net. But meanwhile, the city was so populated and previous urbanistic plan was surpassed. Belo Horizonte has about 2 million inhabitants and it is the center of very intense economical and cultural activity with magnificent infrastructure both on national and international level. Some people say that Belo Horizonte is tropical version of New York City. One of the interesting characteristics of Beaga is disproportionate relation between men and women. During 1990's, there were 175,000 more women than men living in the city. No one knows the reason, but it is assumed that men go away in searching for job, while women remain in Beaga.

Interesting fact is also that Google maintains its headquarters here. Even though BH is not so big tourist attraction such are Rio de Janeiro or other cities in Brazil, its economy is very developed. Maybe there won't be so much tourist groups around you, but that is exactly an opportunity to explore beautiful Belo Horizonte at your own pace and you will enjoy in a lot of pubs, restaurants, music and dance that BH offers. Here are some interesting sites you should visit during your stay in Beaga: Pampulha is district located 8 kilometers from center of BH, and it is famous for its modern Brazilian architecture. You can also visit Sao Francisco de Assis Church, the Parque Guanabara, the small amusement park.

There is also situated worlds famous late Tennis Clube and Pampulha Architectural Complex designed by Oscar Niemeyer which is located near artificial lake Pampulha. Alta Vila Tower offers magnificent view of surrounding mountains and Beaga. On the main floor you can find Hard Rock Cafe. belo horizonteParque Municipal is gorgeous green area right in the middle of the city. It is based on French parks, and there are small lagoons where you can rent a boat, or you can feed little ducks. Inside the park there are the Casa Maluca, the Casa dos Pneus and small amusement park where children would indubitably enjoy. Museum Arts and Crafts is located in building where previously the Central Train Station was located. There you can see popular works and professions of the Brazil before its industrialization. Museu de Ciencias Naturais will attract you with collection of various whales, mollusks and Brazilian forest animals. Museu Historico Abilio Barreto is dedicated to the history of Beaga. Praca da Liberdade is beautiful square lined with palm trees. Everywhere you look, you will notice old buildings from the 19th Century, including the Historic seat of the State Government. Belo Horizonte is also birthplace of trash metal band Sepultura that already has success in the United States. It is also one of the oldest urban railway systems in entire Brazil.