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Have you listed someone to talk about the coldest cities in Brazil? Many people, especially Europeans or people living in North America, just imagine Brazil with hot cities, like Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Fortaleza and don’t imagine the presence of snow in some cities of this beautiful country, specially in the southern states.

In this article, we are talking about beautiful cities to visit in Brazil and see the snow or pass days with cold temperatures.

Vitória da Conquista

Vitória da Conquista is not one of the coldest cities in Brazil, but your localization in the northeast is untypical, because most of the cities in this region are characterized for hot temperatures and presence of beaches. Located in the state of Bahia, is one of the most largest cities of this state.


Urupema is a city in the state of Santa Catarina, located in the south region of Brazil. With 2,459 habitants, Urupema is known as the coldest city in Brazil.

The name of the city “Urupema” is a reference for a vegetal fiber, used in the houses of the region to sieve cornmeal, cassava and other foods prepared with fishes.

First habitants of Urupema were very attractive when they saw the abundance of many resources, in special Paraná pines. Urupema is a young city in the state of Santa Catarina, at just 34 years old.

During the winter months in Brazil, the average temperature in Urupema is 9 degrees. His typical temperature front with an oceanic climate.

São Joaquim

São Joaquim is a city in the state of Santa Catarina, situated in southern Brazil. In 2020, its population was 21.1279 habitants. Located at Planalto Serrano, São Joaquim are situated in the medium of two important cities for Santa Catarina, Lages (biggest city in area in state of Santa Catarina), and Criciúma, city known as the “cidade carvoeira” in this state of Brazil.

A lot of ethnicity groups are gone to São Joaquim, like italians, portugueses, german, japaneses and afro-brazilians. Many other people From other states of Brazil have moved to São Joaquim, especially from Rio Grande do Sul.

Due to the higher altitude (more than 1000m), the city has a subtropical climate. The average annual temperature is 11.4 to 14.3 degrees. During the winter, in general all the years São Joaquim registered days with snow, when on these days is normal the city drops to 0 degrees or a negative temperature.


Urubici is a southern city in Brazil, located in the state of Santa Catarina. Is known for the cold temperatures and is one of the cities in this country where snow is present during the winter.

The economy of the region is based in tourism and agriculture. The most nearest cities are São Joaquim, Lages, Tubarão and Criciúma.

Urubici registered the coldest temperature in the history of Brazil, was 17 degrees down to zero, at the largest in Morro of Igreja, a highest point to visit or live in this city.


Lages is the biggest city in the state of Santa Catarina related to the area. This cold city in Brazil, has its economy based in agriculture, tourism and industry. Lages hosts an annual festival “Festa do Pinhão” at Parque Conta Dinheiro. The important main course Carahá River down in the middle Lages.

Has a subtropical climate, with an average of 15 degrees during June to September, months when it is winter in Brazil.

Bom Jardim da Serra

Bom Jardim da Serra is a city in the state of Santa Catarina and is known as one of the coldest cities to visit in Brazil.

Located at more than 1.200 meters of altitude, Bom Jardim da Serra is a calm city, with 4.772 habitants. The average temperature during the year is just 5 degrees, and your economy is very dependent on tourism, especially for people to other states in Brazil or other countries in South America, like Argentina and Uruguay.

São José dos Ausentes

São José dos Ausentes is a city located in state of Rio Grande do Sul, with an average of 1200 meters. With a small population of 3.543 inhabitants in 2020, São José dos Ausentes have a lot of touristic places to visit, in special Pico do Monte Negro and Canyons.

This city has a typical oceanic climate, with an annual average of 13 degrees. During june to september, months when is winter in Brazil, São José dos Ausentes has a average of 10 degrees.

So tell us, are you very excited to visit the coldest cities in Brazil? Most of the cities listed are located in the south, near to Argentina and Uruguay, other good places to visit in South America.

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