Opened in 1935, Farroupilha Park is a 98-acre urban, public park in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Designed by architect Alfred Agache, the park is a well-known gathering spot for important city events. On any given weekend, more than 70 thousand people visit the park.
There are numerous things for park goers to enjoy. Take a walk around the man-made lake. Enjoy one of the many concert or cultural performances at the Araujo Viana Auditorium. Or pick up a few antiques or crafts at the park's Brique da Redencao Sunday market. Visitors can also enjoy the parks many gardens, playgrounds or sports fields.Places nearby:
Mercado Publico de Porto Alegre: The City's Oldest Public Market 1 km / 0 mi
Arena Do Gremio: Home of The Porto Alegrense 7 km / 4 mi
Sao Jorge Castle: Lisbon's Highest Point 176 km / 109 mi
The Public Market Offers a Wide Assortment of Seafood 375 km / 233 mi
Feirinha do Largo da Ordem: A Weekly Tourist Favorite in Curitiba 547 km / 339 mi