"Beaches, seafoods and German/Italian Settlements" Estado de Espírito Santo by DSwede

Estado de Espírito Santo Travel Guide: 22 reviews and 51 photos

I've worked with many people from the state of Espirito Santo, mainly the city of Vitoria. They have all been very friendly and inviting, so I wanted to go there and see for myself.

The little state is mainly known for its beaches and sands, but also for its seafood and culinary delights. Further to the interior, the over 500 year history of the state still has evidences in the German and Italian colonial towns.

I would have listed these places on their individual pages, however they do not exist in VT's databases, so I've put these tips here generically on Espirito Santo's state page.

See my main page for more insights on my time in Brazil.

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Pros and Cons
  • Pros:Friendly people and good foods
  • Cons:Little infomration for the non-Portuguese speaking visitor
  • In a nutshell:500 years of European decent in the quaint mountianous coast
  • Intro Updated Jun 30, 2013
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