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Campinas travel guide

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You're Going to Love Campinas

Close to São Paulo lies the city of Campinas, vibrant and alive, with its great nightlife, daring cuisine, and world-renowned chefs as well as beautiful parks, colonial architecture, and welcoming people. Much of the city pays homage to its roots as a major coffee producer and brings in the Brazilian culture through performances, operas, and events.

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When to Visit Campinas

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Campinas' temperatures remain steady through the year, as does rainfall. In the summer, the temperature rises to about 72 while the coldest month (January) is a mild 64.

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How to Get to Campinas

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Where to Stay in Campinas

For luxury accommodations, check out Ibis in Centro. Travelers will also appreciate the Hotel Village Campinas, which is easier on the pocket. Budget travelers will find Cambuí Hostel perfect for their needs.

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How to Get Around Campinas

The Cost of Living in Campinas

Shopping Streets

Like any popular Brazilian city, Campinas' main shopping district is downtown. Check out the pedestrian-friendly Rua Treze de Maio with major brand stores and the Hippie Fair, a great spot for arts and crafts, souvenirs, and fresh Brazilian street food.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk costs R$3.27 and a dozen eggs cost R$6.68.

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Where to Eat in Campinas

When in Brazil, eat as the Brazilians do. Campinas is the place for coxinha, incredibly seasoned, flavored shredded meat and veggies wrapped in soft dough balls. The best coxinhas are at Estação Barão Bar, where two can eat for R$15.

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