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Stop At: Museu Pele, Largo Marques de Monte Alegre de frente a Igreja do Valor e Estação Valongo, Santos, State of Sao Paulo 11010-260 Brazil
Installed inside the 19th -century Casarões do Valongo, which were damaged by two fires and then completely rebuilt, the Pelé Museum exhibits shirts, football boots, balls, honors and awards, trophies, a football made of socks and a shoeshine box, among other items from the personal collection of "The Athlete of the 20th Century". There are 2,354 items in all, to be displayed in rotation, according to exhibition theme (the first is "4 Cups and 1 King). In the museum's 4,134 square meters the public can also enjoy audio presentations, films, photos and texts about the history of the "King" As well as this, there is an interactive space where visitors can test their ball skills and even compare them to Pelé's performance.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Estacao de Trem do Valongo, Largo Marques de Monte Alegre S/N, Santos, State of Sao Paulo 11010-260 Brazil
The Tram Line offers a true time travel across 40 points of historical and cultural interest. Departing from Valongo Station - the 1867 building of the first railroad in São Paulo - the 19th and 20th centuries trams run 5km in the Historic Center in about 40 minutes, in a script monitored by a tour guide.
These are original vehicles from Scotland, Portugal and Italy that guarantee Santos the first International Living Tram Museum in Latin America. Motorists and drivers wear replicas of the original uniform from the time when trams were the main means of transportation in the city.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Coffee Museum, Rua Quinze de Novembro 95, Santos, State of Sao Paulo 11010-151 Brazil
A place that brings together tradition, architecture, history, flavors and aromas. Installed in an eclectic-style building, with an area of 6,000 m² and more than 200 doors and windows, the Coffee Museum, inaugurated in 1998, is much more than a tourist attraction that showcases the number one Brazilian export at the end of the 19th century. It is an experience of various sensations, from the cultivation of the bean to the consolidation of coffee as one of the national symbols. Permanent and temporary exhibitions, works of art, period furniture, themed shop and a café serving the best coffee beans – including the most expensive and rarest in the country – are some of its many attractions.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Monte Serrat, Santos, State of Sao Paulo Brazil
the cable car climbs the 147 meters from the hillside of Mount Serrat to the top, where are the old casino and the Shrine of Our Lady of Mount Serrat, patron saint of Santos, built over 400 years ago. To top it off, a staircase with 402 steps and 14 niches reproducing scenes from the Via Sacra, opened between 1939 and 1941, and a breathtaking 360-degree view of the city - you can also see part of the municipalities of São Vicente, Cubatão and Guaruja.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Jardins da Orla da Praia, Santos, State of Sao Paulo Brazil
The Santos waterfront gardens, located in Santos, a Brazilian city off the coast of São Paulo, form the largest beach front garden in the world.   The waterfront spans seven districts of the city: Aparecida, Boqueirão, Embare, Gonzaga, José Menino, Pompeii and Ponta da Praia, and is a great source of biological resources and species of flowers and birds. Preserving and caring for the flora of the Santista beach environment, permeated with palm and almond trees,  are the result of a joint work of the region's environmental departments often linked to universities or biological institutions.
Duration: 40 minutes