Things to Do in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
See the countryside and sample gaucho culture with these must-do experiences in Rio Grand do Sul, Brazil’s southernmost state.Filed under:
Eating grilled meat, known as churrasco and served at churrascurrias, is a local pastime in Rio Grande do Sul, so why not join in? The Garfo & Bombacha Churrascurria provides a festive atmosphere for consuming must-try meats: Picanha, a beef cut from the top of the cow’s backside, and coracao de galinha, chicken heart.
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