The great advantage of Tiradentes over the other cities on the Royal Road is its size;
everything is concentrated in the historic center, which you can explore on foot. It's a
place for you to take your time, alternating between the various fantastic restaurants
in the city. The Santo Antônio Church impresses with its Baroque interior and concerts
held on its centuries-old organ. Along the cobblestone streets, you'll find shops selling
crafts, home decor, cachaça, cheeses, and sweets made in Minas Gerais.
On weekends, the Maria Fumaça train connects Tiradentes to São João Del Rey, which
also has a center with colonial houses and churches. Bichinho and Prado, two
neighboring villages, are trips for those looking for inspiration to decorate their homes.
For those who enjoy more contact with nature, the Serra de São José, which surrounds
the city, offers many trails and viewpoints to admire the valley.