Also known as Mauá Palace, this is the oldest residential building in Santos, constructed in 1818, with an area of 3000m², and renovate
With an area of around 20.500m², this is a place of leisure and a meeting point for fishing enthusiasts.
Trips set off on diverse routes in Santos Bay, taking in Barra Fortress; Palmas Island; Góes, Cheira Limão and Sangava beaches, and Urubu
Built at the end of the 19th century and extended twice (1919 and 1937), this 1050m² construction houses the main office of Sabesp (Basic
The Maritime Museum boasts one of the main collections of submarine archeology and maritime history in Brazil.
With its large collection of Latin American marine biology, the Sea Museum boasts the biggest collection of stuffed sharks in the country
Created to recover, witness and preserve the sports history of Santos – considered the sportiest municipality in Brazil since 1955 – the
Built in 1902 to house two establishments of the type that operated in the city, the Mercado Municipal was originally castellated in styl
During a visit to the Santos Football club Trophy Hall and Memorial Museum, fans – and even those who are not so keen on football!
The city’s main beauty spot, these 7km of spotless beaches are fringed by the largest beachfront garden in the world (According to the Gu
A true architectural treasure, Valongo was the first station in São Paulo State to hear a train whistle.
The Casa do Trem Bélico (Old Arsenal), one of the few old military buildings still left standing in the country and the oldest public bui
The Casa da Frontaria Azulejada is one of the most important architectural works in Santos.