One of the few surviving landmarks from the colonial era, this aqueduct was finished in 1750. At one time it carried water ... More
One of the few surviving landmarks from the colonial era, this aqueduct was finished in 1750. At one time it carried water down from the Rio Carioca, it now serves as a viaduct to the wonderful Bondinho de Santa Teresa (tram) that connects the downtown area to the Santa Teresa area. With 42 arcs and at 800-feet long, it is also known as Aqueduto da Carioca. A wonderfully stark example of the old and new architecture that defines this area.
Located close to the Jardim Botânico on the Gávea side of the Lagoa, this track has been used by Carioca
punters since 1926. You can enjoy races four times a week all year round. A few reais will get ...
This is actually the first mile of the sandy crescent known as Copacabana. Located between the Morro do Leme and
Avenida Princesa Isabel, this stretch is less touristy than its more famous cousin. Locals like to bring the family ...
Brazil Hostel s at the bottom of Santa Teresa, bordering with Lapas clubbing area where you can walk to, no
need to take taxis at any time as buses to all directions are stopping just outside. Accommodation InformationWe offer ...
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