Designed by famous landscape designer Burle Marx, this 296-acre zone provides Cariocas (Rio residents) and visitors with a ... More
Parque do Flamengo
Designed by famous landscape designer Burle Marx, this 296-acre zone provides Cariocas (Rio residents) and visitors with a pleasant place to take a stroll, play volleyball, soccer or tennis or to have a picnic, in the largest urban park in the world. Enjoy the excellent views across the bay to the Rio-Niterói bridge and Corcovado . Three popular museums are found on the premises: the popular Museu Carmem Miranda , National Monument for those who perished during the II World War and Museum of Modern Arts .
Just 3 blocks from the World famous Copacabana Beach, in front of the metro station (Subway) and 1 block from
the main street to get buses everywhere in Rio.Nearby you can walk to 24h open supermarkets, shops for all ...
This cultural centre, Brazil's first neo classical building, was built in 1820. Designed by French architect Grandjean de Montigny, it
started as an indoor market. Today, it is home to different exhibitions reflecting the cultural relationship between France and ...
Resembling a huge, futuristic Mayan pyramid, it is impossible not to be amazed by this architectural downtown wonder. Officially opened
in 1976, while still incomplete, it has a capacity of over 20,000 people. The interior is a virtual cavern, ...