The city of Uberlândia is part of the Triângulo Mineiro touristic circuit, and is a national reference for usines tourism. The city holds the first position in the region in terms of population and job offerings.

Nationally renowned for business tourism, Uberlândia holds a solid infrastructure of lodging, communication, transportation and logistic support for events, workshops, fairs and multiple types of events. The city was recently rated by the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) as one of the main brazilian cities for hosting international events.

Diversity is the key word to describe the variety of attractions found by the touristis. Besides offering business events, the city is famous for its surrounding natural richness, including waterfalls and ecological parks.

Tourist Attractions

  • Sabiá Natural Park

  • João Havelange City Stadium

  • Municipal Museum

  • Casa da Cultura

  • Nossa Senhora do Rosário Church

  • Siquieroli Natural Park

  • Municipal Theater

  • Municipal Market

  • Sucupira Waterfalls


How to arrive


Uberlândia is served by the César Bombonato Airport, the third biggest airport in Minas Gerais State and the 27th in Brazil for the number of pasangers. The airport has the capacity to transport more than 600 thousand passangers a year and receive bigger airplanes such as the Airbus A320 and Boing 737.


The airport hosts daily flights to multiple places, operating with airlines like Latam, Gol, Passaredo and Azul. 

Uberlândia also provides access to some of the main highways in the country, connecting the main cityes and urban centers directy.

Federal University of Uberlândia

The University is one of the main public educational institutions in the country, and has educational facilities in Uberlândia, Ituiutaba, Monte Carmelo and Patos de Minas. The Art Institute is one of the academic centers of the University, and reunites 78 professors that teach music, dance, visual arts and acting.

Address: Av. João Naves de Ávila, 2121, Santa Mônica.

Public Transportation: Bus lines T131, T132, T610.

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