10 Cidades Turísticas que são ligadas a Bebidas

10 Tourist Cities which are linked to Drinks
1. Cognac - France

In the center-west of France, the town of Cognac has resulted in one of the most popular beverages in the world. The brandy distilled from grapes, is the star of the city, which has castles from top brands like Courvoisier (known as the preferred Cognac of Napoleon) and Brandy route, passing through vineyards, wineries and castles.

2. Reims - France
Reims is the largest city in the Champagne-Ardenne region in eastern France. Is produced in the champagne region. By law, only the drink made in this region can take that name, which limits its production and causes its price to rise. The city of Reims has dozens of "maisons de champagne", cellars of the major brands, as some world famous Veuve Clicquot and Mumm, and other locally recognized brands such as Henri Abele and Cabard-Duchêne.

3. Brussels - Belgium
Despite its small size, Belgium has an impressive number of brands and varieties of beer. Brussels, the capital, is a paradise for lovers of the drink. Between tours of the Belgian capital, visiting sights such as the Grand Place and the Manneken Pis, visitors can stop to pick from over 2000 varieties of beers in bars like Café Delirium or learning about the production process of the drink, to tasting it in Then in Brasserie (brewery).

4. Jerez de la Frontera - Spain
Situated in the Andalusian province of Cádiz, in southern Spain, the city of Jerez de la Frontera is known for its distinctive wine, sherry. The sweet wine was created in this city, but is produced in other neighboring regions such as Chiclana de la Frontera and Chipiona. In addition to the wineries to taste and learn about this wine, Jerez de la Frontera's main postcard the Alcazar of Jerez, a medieval fortress built in the 12th century in the heart of the city.

5. Bordeaux - France

In southwest France, Bordeaux is considered by many the world capital of wine. Capital of the Gironde region, which determines the limits where the wine is produced that receives the name of Bordeaux, the city lives to the rhythm of the wine, with a museum about drinking and wineries to buy the best wines of the region. But it is in the vicinity of the city that are the best productions of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

6. Mendoza - Argentine
The Argentine city of Mendoza, at the foot of the Andes, about 1000 km from Buenos Aires, is the capital of Argentine wine. In your area there are more than 1,200 wineries that produce almost 10 million hectoliters of wine per year, making Mendoza the largest wine producer in South America Both the city of Mendoza, with its beautiful architecture, as its rural areas, with vineyards and natural beauty, worth the trip.

7. Belo Horizonte - Brazil
Cachaça is the national liquor of Brazil. The state of Minas Gerais is renowned for producing some of the country's best cachaça and Belo Horizonte, as capital should have cachaçarias, bars and taverns to sample artisanal varieties of the drink. The city council also created a roadmap of cachaça, the "Cachaçatur", passing through the best places in town like the Club Mineiro da Cachaça, the Buteco Maranhão and Alembic Butequim Miner.

8. Porto - Portugal
Produced in the Alto Douro, 100 km from the city of Porto, in the north of Portugal, Port wine is a sweet wine known worldwide. Porto has wineries to taste the wine, sights like the Tower of Clerics and the banks of the river Douro, and a "route from Porto", in the northern part of the valley, where the drink is produced.

9. Prague - Czech Republic
Prague, the beautiful capital of the Czech Republic, is known for its fine beers, but also for absinthe. Known as the "Green Fairy", the drink can have more than 80 degrees of alcohol content, and is reputed to have hallucinogenic effects. Banned in many countries, absinthe figurine is stamped nightlife of Prague, and can be found in any bar, but also in "absintarias" specialty stores.

10. Pisco - Peru
The 290 km south of Lima, capital of Peru, the small Pisco named a drink that would be the subject of much contention between Peru and Chile. Peruvian pisco argue that the drink can lead this name only if it is produced in Pisco, the town. The fact is that it is around this city, devastated by an earthquake in 2007, which are produced Robins original, existing until a route that goes through the best wineries, as Ocucaje or El Carmelo.


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