Minas receives more than 2.6 million
tourists per month
above the national average
MG is a priority for the Ministry of Tourism
Number 1 for municipalities on the
The amount of tourism-sector investments documented in Minas Gerais in the first months of 2023
totalled R$592 million
Tourism in the state created over
new jobs in 2022
The state has Brazil’s highest number of
declared UNESCO Cultural Heritage sites, such as the Sanctuary of Senhor Bom Jesus de Matozinhos, in Congonhas, and the historic town of Ouro Preto.
Minas Gerais is Brazil’s
Minas is among the 10 most welcoming regions in the world
(Traveller Review Awards 2023, da Booking.com)
According to Traveller Review Awards 2023,
three of the ten most welcoming places in Brazil are in Minas Gerais (Monte Verde, Lavras Novas, and Serra do Cipó).
Minas Gerais has Brazil’s largest natural collection
of waterfalls, caves, and caverns,
such as the Tabuleiro Waterfall, the third-biggest in the country.
Inhotim, the world’s biggest open-air museum,
is located in the MG town of Brumadinho.
Lines of Funding
Funding line for companies conducting economic activities related to the Tourism Sector productive chain, and registered with federal government tourism facility CADASTUR.
Tourism Service Providers are defined as:
Line for acquisition of goods: