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Rua Coberta is located downtown the city of Gramado in the Southern Mountains of Brazil. It means "covered street " and it's a section of a former street with a transparent rooftop.
It is for sure the most visited place of Gramado.
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The Rua Coberta is a great option to experience while visiting Gramado. Many options (Bars, Coffee Shops, Restaurants, Bakery, Etc.) all together inside a covered area. (Rua Coberta means "Covered Route")
I tried the Caracol place which was very nice, mostly serving Ice Cream, Desserts,...More
This is one of the best known tourist attractions of Gramado, and although it is just a street, I do recommend you go! You can have a great meal here, stop to shop, or buy some of the amazing chocolate that this city provides.
Apenas uma rua (fechada) coberta, com restaurantes e lojinhas. Nada demais. De noite, costumam ter alguns eventos culturais que podem ser interessantes.
It's just a closed street with a roof that allows sunlight in, with a few shops and restaurants. Nothing special. In the...More
The street looks ok. Was just too busy and a bit overpriced shops in there. Other down point is that there are so many people trying to convince you to eat at their places that a 50 meters walk could take 10 minutes easily
Something new since I last visited the town. Some bars, some simple shops but, frankly, much more of a tourist trap that downgrade the aura of Gramado, not up to the standards of what was this special town some years ago. Nondescript, a real shame....More
Do eat at Caracol. It's versatile: Café, bar, bistrot/restaurant all in one. So if in your group someone wants drinks, but you're up for some gelato, and someone else is really hungry, Caracol is the best place… all in a lovely/chic atmosphere