The city is built on the meeting of the Itajai-Acu River and the sea, colonized by the Portuguese, saves a lot of history and tradition. Itajaí still preserves part of its historical heritage, revealed in the mansions of the early nineteenth century, the churches, palaces and monuments scattered throughout the squares and corners. We will visit the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, in neo-Gothic style, decorated with biblical work of the Italian artists Emilio Locatelli and Aldo Sessa. We will go to the Historical Museum, which has a collection of 2000 pieces belonging to the city's immigrants. We will continue to Cabeçudas beach and finish the tour in the City Public Market, an ideal place to find local handcrafts, as well as traditional snacks and food.