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Bondinho Turístico de Santos
Brazil

Os Bondes fazem parte da história da cidade. Os veículos que estão em operação no Centro Histórico de Santos estavam em estado de sucata e foram recuperados, um a um, pelas equipes de profissionais da CET, que também faz a manutenção diária desses veículos. O ponto de partida é na Praça Mauá (Estação ‘Buck Jones' - Centro). A Linha Turística de Bondes passa por 40 pontos de interesse histórico da região central da cidade.

Os passeios são feitos de terça a domingo, das 11h às 17h. A passagem custa R$ 5,00, com gratuidade para: menores de 5 anos; guias de turismo, desde que estejam a trabalho acompanhando grupos; viagens agendadas por grupos de entidades filantrópicas e de escolas públicas do ensino fundamental de Santos; grupos de centros de convivência da Seas (Secretaria de Assistência Social de Santos) e grupos de treinamento e reciclagem profissional promovidos pela Setur (Secretaria de Turismo de Santos). Maiores de 60 anos, estudantes (com documento de identificação escolar) e grupos de entidades assistenciais (devidamente certificadas) têm 50% de desconto na tarifa.

Fonte: http://www.santos.sp.gov.br/bonde/index.html

Copyright: Emilio Campi 360 Total
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8984x4492
Taken: 06/02/2011
Uploaded: 08/02/2011
Updated: 08/03/2015
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Tags: bonde; bondinho; santos; centro histórico; santista; emilio campi; bondinho turismo; historia; centro; historico
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