The yellow bondes (trams) that rattle their way up the cobbled hills of Santa Teresa are much-loved by locals and visitors ... More
The yellow bondes (trams) that rattle their way up the cobbled hills of Santa Teresa are much-loved by locals and visitors alike, and this charming little museum charts the history of what was once the principle form of transport in Rio de Janeiro. The tram tracks are long gone from the rest of the city, but this museum is chock-full of images and artifacts from the heyday of the bonde. Fittingly, the museum is handily situated near the tram stop at Largo do Guimarães, and is well worth a visit while exploring this bohemian neighborhood. Entrance is free.
The Monument to the Dead of WWII (Monumento aos Mortos na Segunda Guerra Mundial), locally known in Rio de Janeiro
as Monumento aos Pracinhas, is a place that contains a memorial to the Brazilian participation in WWII, as well ...
The Aeroporto Othon Travel is located approximately seven miles from Sugar Loaf, five minutes from the domestic airport, and 15
miles from Tom Jobim International Airport. This location is in the downtown area at the financial center of Rio ...
Folk art is one of Brazil's strongest traditions, and there is no better place in the city to appreciate it
than this unique museum located in the Catete area. Here you will find art from all over the country: ...