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  • 1 Maracanã Stadium Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Av. Presidente Castelo-Branco BR - Rio-de-Janeiro 20271 150

    This mythical stadium was the scene of Pelé's legendary 1000th goal. Its original capacity - almost 200 000 seats - was reduced to around 74 000 when major renovation works were carried out ahead of the 2014 Football World Cup (during which it hosted..

  • 2 Museu do Açude Interesting

    Museums and art

    Estrada do Açude 764 BR - Rio-de-Janeiro

    Housed in a fine colonial-style property, this museum (affiliated with the Chácara do Céu, in Santa Teresa) is devoted to Asian art and the decorative arts. It regularly puts on exhibitions by contemporary artists. Splendid examples of European earth..

  • 3 Saara

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    R. Uruguaiana BR - Rio de Janeiro

    A far cry from the touristy side of Rio, Saara is reminiscent of the cities of the Eastern Mediterranean. Syrians, Lebanese, Jews, Greeks and Turks have been living here for over a century and Koreans and Japanese have recently joined them. In this h..

  • 4 Gávea

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    BR - Rio de Janeiro

    Gávea is a district in the southern zone of Rio, where there is a thriving festive ambience. You will find plenty of bars and restaurants here, and the crowds often break out onto the streets. Be sure to visit the Museu Histórico da Cidade (in the Pa..

  • 5 Centro de Tradições Nordestinas

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Campo de São-Cristóvão BR - Rio-de-Janeiro

    At the Centro de Tradições Nordestinas you can get a real taste of Bahia right in the middle of Rio. A multitude of indoor stalls offer all sorts of products from the Nordeste: food, crafts, clothing etc. Try the aipim frito (cassava chips), the moqu..

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