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Industrial loft in the heart of BH!

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Entire loft
hosted by Gabriel
  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Fast wifi at 198 Mbps, plus a dedicated workspace in a private room.
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LOFT type apartment: bedroom with home office, bathroom, TV room with kitchen and kitchen. Decoration of the apartment in industrial style, practical, airy and very cozy. Very well located in the hypercenter of BH, at the beginning of Av. Afonso Pena. Supermarkets, cafeterias, drugstores, butchers, bars and all BH trade within a few meters. Accommodates 2 people in 1 bedroom with a double bed and another 2 people in 1 sofa bed in the living room (accommodating up to 4 guests in total).

The space
We are on the 24th floor, with a beautiful view of the mining capital!

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

City skyline view
Kitchen
Fast wifi – 198 Mbps
Dedicated workspace
43" HDTV with Amazon Prime Video, Netflix
Elevator
Free washer – In unit
Portable air conditioning
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Where you’ll be

Centro, Minas Gerais, Brazil

The heart of Belo Horizonte. Thus can be described the Center of the capital of Minas Gerais. Located in the Central-South Region (one of the nine subdivisions that make up the city), the neighborhood gathers part of Belo Horizonte's historical, architectural and cultural heritage. It has a mixed characteristic because it is both residential and commercial. According to the latest IBGE Census, 16,199 people live in the neighborhood. Since 2002, the Center has been undergoing a process of revitalization by the City Hall. Restoration of streets and buildings, installation of security cameras and changes in traffic to privilege pedestrians are some of the actions taken.

The region has excellent infrastructure. It has a wide and diverse commerce, with shopping malls, popular shopping malls and street shops. There are restaurants that serve audiences with different purchasing power. The Center is the best served neighborhood in terms of public transport in the capital of Minas Gerais. There are two subway stations, Lagoinha and Central, and several municipal and inter-municipal bus lines and buses of the Fast Transportation by Bus system, called Move, cross its streets daily. The Belo Horizonte Bus Station is also located in downtown. In its vicinity is the Airport Connection, an area for boarding and disembarking executive buses connecting Belo Horizonte to Confins International Airport.

About 1.5 km separate Praça Sete, considered the central landmark of the neighborhood, to the hospital area of Belo Horizonte. Hospitals João XXIII, of the Clinics of UFMG, Semper, Ipsemg and Infantil João Paulo II are just some of the medical and emergency centers that are within this radius. In education, the public schools Olegário Maciel, Pedro II and Instituto de Educação are in the Center. The nearest private schools are the Immaculate Conception and the Dom Cabral. In higher education, the Faculty of Medical Sciences, the Faculty of Law of UFMG and the Centro Universitário UNA have units in the neighborhood.

The Center is a planned neighborhood. In its initial project, it presented itself as a chess board, with parallel streets and orthogonal avenues that, geometrically designed, converged to the squares of the city. From the 1950s, skyscrapers began to be erected. The most well-known and traditional of these is the Arcangelo Maletta building, located at the intersection of Avenida Augusto de Lima and Rua da Bahia. The Maletta is characterized by a strong artistic, cultural and bohemian vocation. It has nineteen floors, being residential on the upper floors with 319 apartments and commercial in the first. It is famous for the bars and bars located on the second-floor balcony, for its sebums and bookstores, and for hosting Cantina do Lucas, the only restaurant in Minas Gerais that has been listed for its historical heritage.

For those who want to know a little about the culture of Minas Gerais, the Center is a good place to start. In the region are the Central Market, the Palace of Arts and the Arts and Crafts Fair.

Located at Avenida Augusto de Lima, 744, the Central Market is one of the main sights of Belo Horizonte. Founded on September 7, 1929, the market has more than 400 stores that sell from traditional products such as cheeses, guava and cachaças, to vegetables, fruits, handicrafts and decoration objects. There are also famous bars, located at the entrances of the establishment, which sell cold beer and typical foods, such as liver onion with giló on the plate.

The Palace of Arts is the most relevant cultural complex in Belo Horizonte. Flanked by the vegetation of the Municipal Park, facing Avenida Afonso Pena, occupies an area of 18,500 m² and gathers in the same place several cultural spaces: the Grand Theatre, the João Ceschiatti Theatre, the Sala Juvenal Dias, the Cine Humberto Mauro and the art galleries (Grande Galeria Alberto da Veiga Guignard, Galeria Genesco Murta, Galeria Arlinda Corrêa Lima and Espaço Mari’Stella Tristão).

Every Sunday, until 2 pm, Avenida Afonso Pena between the streets of Bahia and Guajajaras has the transit of vehicles blocked so that the Art and Crafts Fair is installed, or simply, Hippie Fair, as it is affectionately called by the Belo Horizonte people. Operating on site since 1991, the Fair is considered one of the major centers of dissemination of regional mining culture. There are over 2,500 exhibitors selling fine arts, jewelry, handicrafts, decorations, tapestries, clothing and typical foods.

Those who want to exercise or just enjoy a large green area the best option is the Américo Renné Gianetti Municipal Park. Opened in 1897, even before the inauguration of Belo Horizonte, the Municipal Park was inspired by the French parks of Belle Époque, with rose bushes and a bandstand. With an area of 182 thousand square meters, it has a diversified flora with more than 50 species of trees. The park is widely used for physical exercises and has as leisure options multi-sport courts, toys, rowing boats, riding animals and cultural events.

7 nights in Centro

Sep 30, 2022 - Oct 7, 2022

4.93 out of 5 stars from 44 reviews

Hosted by Gabriel

Joined in November 2017
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