The Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Congonhas (also called Santuário do Bom Jesus de Matosinhos) is a religious complex in the state of Minais Gerais, Brazil. It was built on the second half of the 18th century, and comprises a church and seven chapels. The church has a magnificent Rococo interior and an outdoor stairway lined with statues of the prophets. The polychrome sculptures at the seven chapels, which are on the Stations of the Cross, were the work of Brazil's master sculptor Aleijadinho, and were masterpieces of Baroque art.
Your base for visiting this World Heritage Site is Sao Paulo, the biggest city in Brazil. From there, you can make the arrangement, either on your own or through a travel agency, to go there. As part of the preparations, here's a list of hotels in Sao Paolo with online booking facility.
Brazil is an exciting location, and often the only way to enjoy it fully is to join a local tour. Here are some local tours of Brazil that you may want to include to your itinerary. They save you time and cost of doing it yourself. These tours are arranged by Viator, one of the most reputable tour agencies in the market.