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Passeio de Maria Fumaça em Carlos Barbosa - RS
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O passeio turístico de trem a vapor é uma memorável atração na Serra Gaúcha, na Região Uva e Vinho. Os turistas são recepcionados na estação de Bento Gonçalves com uma deliciosa degustação de vinho. Ao soar o sino, todos embarcam nesta viagem repleta de alegria e que traduz o jeito de ser dos imigrantes italianos. São 23 quilômetros de agradável percurso com duração média de 2 horas. Durante o passeio, a festa é conduzida por atrações típicas italianas e gaúchas.

A recepção em Garibaldi acontece ao som de música gaúcha e italiana, enquanto todos degustam filtrado doce e suco de uva. Novo embarque, com destino ao final do passeio. A Giordani Turismo recepciona os turistas na cidade de Carlos Barbosa com um show de música italiana. Neste momento, todos se encontram e confraternizam embalados pela música, alguns passageiros dizem adeus, enquanto outros embarcam no passeio de retorno.

Foto: Emilio Campi

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Copyright: Emilio Campi 360 Total
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Taken: 23/01/2012
Uploaded: 23/01/2012
Updated: 18/08/2014
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Tags: maria fumaça; trem; passeio; serra gaúcha garibaldi; bento gonçalves; carlos barbosa; rio grande do sul; emilio campi; panotour; 360 total
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