Located in the south region of Brazil, Gramado is home to flavors that can sharpen your senses. The smell of chocolate in every corner of the city is an invitation to delish in its gastronomic experience.

Gramado is a truly charming and lovely town. Its cold weather and various attractions are suitable for both kids and parents. And the local cuisine is undoubtedly one of the reasons the region is so popular amongst tourists. The city’s diverse menu includes all sorts of wine, dishes prepared by renowned chefs and the remarkable handmade chocolate produced in the region.

While visiting Gramado, you will surely find good food and plentiful portions. The local restaurants are famous for their truly delicious and mouth-watering dishes. There are so many options you can literally choose what you would like based on your mood.

A charming café in Gramado

For instance, pasta or fondue are the perfect comfort food in the southern winter. And a beer is the best option when paired with the famous churrasco (a traditional dish made of various kinds of meat, usually roasted or grilled). For dessert, you can savor special delicacies in a charming café.

Gramado’s cold weather favors the production of various kinds of wine, which is happy news for those who appreciate the beverage. Any visitor can choose from a variety of wineries, where one can have sophisticated and savory meals while enjoying a glass (or a bottle) of wine. Rosé, sparkling or red… whatever choice you make, the point is that visiting a winery is a great way to experience wine production and relish on one of the most adored beverages in the world.

The city is also full of special events that bring life to its beautiful landscapes and offer entertainment for its visitors. For instance, Easter is one of the busiest times of year. It is when the sweet smell of chocolate Easter-eggs invades the town, drawing both adults and kids to the region.

The lovely southern city also offers a special combination of art and cuisine in the Culture and Gastronomy Festival. The festival is organized annually and gathers notorious chefs and cooks.

And for those who enjoy understanding more details about the destinations’ traditions, the Colony Festival is a great opportunity. The event combines the unique flavor of the region’s typical food and the entertainment of shows and concerts. All of the activities in the festival are planned to honor and respect the identity of German, Portuguese and Italian colonizers.

Now that you know a bit more about Gramado, is there any doubt that it should be the next destination on your bucket list? Plan your trip and enjoy this amazing experience!

By Plane
The airport closest to Gramado is located 66 km away, in the city of Caxias do Sul. It operates a few domestic flights. The closest international airport is located 115 km away, in Porto Alegre, the capital city in the state. 

Personal Vehicles and Rentals
Visitors can drive to Gramado from other countries in South America or from other regions in Brazil. There are plenty of car rental companies to assist tourists. 

Airport Transfers
One of the easiest ways to get to Gramado is to arrange a transfer from the airport in Porto Alegre. This can either be done in advance or when your flight lands. There are plenty of companies to choose from. 

On Foot
Visitors love to stroll around the city, especially during the winter. 

Personal Vehicles and Rentals
This is the easiest way to go sightseeing in Gramado and to visit nearby destinations. 

Taxis and Ridesharing Companies 
A great way to get around the city is to use taxis and ridesharing companies. 

Useful Numbers

Gramado Tourism Board:
+55 (54) 3286-0220

Tourism Information Center, Avenida Borges Medeiros:
+55 (54) 3286 1475

Military Police: 190
Paramedics: 192
Fire Department: 193

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Local Weather

Gramado has mild temperatures even in the summer, but winter really is the popular season in the region. Between the months of June and September, local temperatures vary between 8°C and 20°C.