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About Barretos

Barry is a municipality located in the Brazilian state of São Paulo, Ribeirão mesoregion precisely in black and has about 112,102 inhabitants. Founded in 1854, the city has 157 years and is one of the largest stage shows in Brazil, the party of Barry´s Pawn.

It is the second half of August that Barry becomes the biggest party scene rodeo in the country and offers the public several shows such as The Independent group of rodeo and show famous meeting in 10 days.

The festival annually brings together thousands of people from all parts of Brazil and many places in the world, seeking joy and fun in the capital of the rodeo.

Although she is known for its rodeo, Barry is not only the party headquarters of the Pawn. The city is also known to have a major hospital in Brazil, the Cancer Hospital of Barrie, one of the biggest, broadest, and the country infraestruturados

The Hospital receives about 3,000 patients a day, 100% of visits via SUS. The Hospital relies on donations from artists who do shows and have income reversed in donations, many of them have flags that bear their names in the hospital, as an example the flag Zeze di Camargo & Luciano, who has 60 beds for inpatient surgery, where accommodations allow the patient to stay with a person 24 hours, and a multidisciplinary team to monitor the treatment of each patient.

Barry also has several higher education entities as the Instituto Federal de São Paulo (IFSP), the Institute of Education Barry (ISEB), among others.

What to do in Barretos

Barry is full of adventures for you, starting with the party of Barry pawn, which attracts tourists from all parts of Brazil and the world.

The Municipal Museum Ruy Menezes is also one of the lovely places that Barry holds, a building that has a lot of history, both the city and in our country. The building dated 1907, was once the seat of the City Council and Legislature. It is known as the "Palace of the Eagles."

Another point to be gaining ground and beautiful book in the tradition of Barry is the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, just a lovely place and was built in the late nineteenth century.

The Fairground Paulo Correia de Lima was for many years, the festival main stage of Barry´s Pawn, thus becoming the cradle of Brazilian rodeo and gaining momentum for success, being a focal point for agricultural fairs.

For those who like adrenaline, can enjoy the Barry Motor Cycles, one of the major motorcycle gatherings in the country The event takes place on the premises The Independent, the same place as the party is held in Barry´s Pawn.

Of course, during a trip to the land of the rodeo, could not miss a visit to the Historical Museum´s Pawn Boiadeiro, a place that holds many stories about it today, Barry became one of the most popular destinations.

When to Go to Barretos

Obviously, the best time to see Barry is traveling there in Barretos Cowboy Festival, which takes place in the second half of August, bringing millions of tourists, thus being considered the biggest party country in the world.

The climate in the city is predominantly hot and dry. Are recorded in the summer average temperatures ranging from 30 to 38 degrees. In winter the average variation ranging from 13 to 20 degrees.

How to arrive in Barretos


Barrie Bus Terminal
Tel: (17) 3322-4728


Blue Danube
Tel: (11) 3858-5566

Quick D´Oeste
Tel: (16) 2102-8700

St. Gerard
Tel: 0800 728 0044

Tel: 0800 728 0044

Tel: 0800 704 8780

Despite having an airport, Barry does not receive regular flights. So the easiest way to get into town is by car or bus. For those out of Sao Paulo, there are two roads you can take: the Girl Scouts (SP-348) and Anhanguera (SP-330).

  However, upon arriving in Campinas, the driver shall follow the Anhanguera, inner sense, to Limerick. From there, the simplest is to continue traveling by Washington Luiz Highway (SP-310), passing through San Carlos, Araraquara, Matão and Trough.

At exit 292 of the Washington Luiz, at Km 292, drivers have to take Route Brig Faria Lima (SP-326) until Barry.

Belo Horizonte: 630 km
Brasilia: 693 km
Campo Grande, 741 km
Cuiabá: 1182 km
Curitiba: 768 km
Florianópolis: 1075 km
Goiânia: 494 km
Palmas: 1325 km
London: 1429 km
Rio de Janeiro: 852 km
Salvador: 1879 km
London: 425 km

Make a Suitcase to Barretos

Well, as we know, Barry is the capital of the Rodeo, so you can abuse of chess, tight jeans, boots and buckles, it´s hot all year around.

Being located in São Paulo, southeastern Brazil, the climate is hot and dry, so it is necessary to use sunscreen, and since you will be in the land of the rodeo, a business with pleasure and abuse of the hat, that leaves you in style and still protects you from the sun.

It is important to remember that it is always good to bring a winter coat, because at certain times of year the weather is usually cool at night.

The accessories also can not be left out. Earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and other country can complete the look for you to rock the party´s Pawn.

Do not forget to bring your digital camera and record every moment of magnificent feast of pawn points and charming city.

History of Barretos

The pioneer spirit of the pioneers of the heir boosted Sao Paulo in the early nineteenth century, the search for new lands more fertile and promising. The privileged location and the abundant natural resources led to the choice of location for the start of a village.

Barrys founders came from the region, especially South of Mines and crossed the Rio Pardo in the former Fazenda Santo Inácio.Por around 1830, settled in two centers: the Baker Farm and Farm of Marques. The first developed from the place where today is the Sanatorium Mariano days between the two streams that cross the city. The second had its first building where the current Largo do Rosário.

Around 1845, two pioneer families decided to define a common area that received the suggestive name of Heritage of the Holy Spirit. The same area was already serving as a reference and inn for travelers, particularly traders from different and distant locations. The division led to the construction, soon after, the first chapel and the first houses began to appear along the current 14th Street. The Parish of the time organized the Equity division in blocks and dates, thus forming a first plant of the city.

The town began to develop slowly. The dense forest that surrounded it required a huge workforce to be removed. A natural disaster in the harsh winter of 1870 substantially changed the conditions of occupation and development of the region. After severe frost, a major fire destroyed a significant area of ​​forest. It was called the fire that left 70 huge amount of land harmed.

With the arrival of the rains, in place of the ancient forest came a rich and natural grassland created suitable conditions for rearing and fattening of cattle. Several farms were formed and ranching has progressed rapidly throughout the region, making Barry a vigorous and thriving commercial center.

In the early twentieth century, farming came to be added to livestock, the cultivation of coffee hit the area and the changes were accompanied by a member historically linked to the development of the country: the European immigrant.

The arrival and installation of Europeans, especially Italians, changed the pace of development as well as the appearance and architecture of the city. A little later came the Arabs and the economic activities began to develop also in its urban aspect, combining increased agricultural production to the growing trade.

Expression changes were such new construction techniques and building facades that have become artistically worked. A genius of the time, the architect Pagani, was responsible for the quality and beauty of all the old urban core area.

Between 1900 and 1916, two events marked the history of Barrie and the region: the arrival of the Railroad Company and the Anglo Refrigerated Pastoral. The railroad, Cia Paulista railroad boosted the productive activity, with freight and passengers. Anglo, owned by the British, has created jobs and growth, both economic and population, installing, alongside their industrial premises, the Workers´ Village, an urban core.

The two world wars that occurred between 1914 and 1945, marked significant, the economic evolution of Barry with the increase in exports of meat and canned. Naturally, the effects were quickly felt in all sectors of the local economy. Between 40 and 50, reached a decisive progress in the urban sectors.

There the expansion of public services, paving, infrastructure, sanitation, electricity and telephone. The local market has the status of the north pole of the State Mining Triangle and southern Goiás Airlines and regular paving of the highway connecting the capital with consolidated in the late ´50s, the spirit of development.

Security of Barretos

Security in Barrie is well planned and prepared to receive the many tourists that the party of Barry´s Pawn annually attracts more of course, to reinforce this security, we must do our part.

Before anything, check the availability of credit card use and debt in the city of Barrie. The cards are safer and are much easier to store than the money.

The leave with own car, look out for suspicious activity and lock all doors and always. In the event go to the Feast of the pedestrian, invest in the parking lot of the official party, where there are qualified professionals who provide full security to the vehicle.

Be careful with purses and valuables such as necklaces, earrings, mobile phones and digital cameras, try to leave the purse or backpack always in front for security.

When you notice something suspicious, immediately activate the police station nearest you and collaborate so that your trip is perfect.

Useful Phone Numbers of Barretos

Military Police Battalion: (17) 3322 0233
Guardian Council: (17) 33229906
Fire Department: 193
Women´s Police Station: (17) 3322 8327
Police Department: (17) 3322 4445
Sectional Police Station: (17) 3322 4997
Civil Police: 147
Military Police: 190
Highway Patrol: (17) 3322 3555
Health Post: (17) 3325 2142
Emergency Room: 192
Holy House of Mercy: (17) 3321 2500
Admission Sta House: (17) 3321 2586
The Independent: (17) 3328 1000


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