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Best things to do in Brazil

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Bar
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“The party center of the city. Very diverse, especially here is concentrated gay night life. Also good for going during day to eat and walk around. Bit artistic”
179 locals recommend
Cultural Center
“It is ons of the biggest art centers in the world. It holds art exhibitions, theaters, historial exhibitions, music and other activities. The building located at the heart of the most conserved "old Rio" quarter is also astonishing.”
269 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
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“Whether its meeting for coffee or an iceceam, fine dining, or night life you are looking for, Lagoa is the epicenter of entertainment in Florianopolis. Its is filled with little cafes, bars and shops and its where young and old alike assemble every night of the week. ”
236 locals recommend
Theatre
“The most beautiful classic theater in Rio de Janeiro city, inspired in the Opera de Paris. Walking tours available (check on their website for days and hours). Watching a play is also an option, with good prices on the higher floors. ”
266 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
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“Lapa is the New Orleans of Rio, in part due to its historic colonial buildings — in other part due to its samba-centric streets! Come here from 9pm onward and you'll find unrivaled street parties, the Carioca Aqueduct and the famous Escadaria Selaró. ”
346 locals recommend
Casino
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“Nice casino with very nice restaurants and has a Nightclub up stairs (OVO). Lindo casino con muy buenos restaurants y hay una discoteca en el segundo piso (OVO). ”
172 locals recommend
Beach
“Excellent for sightseeing and spend some time. There are 2 metro stations close. ”
309 locals recommend
Water Park
“Beach Park is the local amusement (water) park attraction. The largest of its kind in South America it has a constant flow of tourists and local families enjoying the water based rates and attractions directly in front of the beach.”
107 locals recommend
Soccer Stadium
“Maracanã has already been the scenery of the most important Brazilian football classic and earned historical moments of the international football. Monumental facts, like the thousandth goal of king Pelé, in 1969, also happened in the grass of the football Brazilian temple.”
281 locals recommend
Beach
“Arpoador is located in between Copacabana and Ipanema — making it one of the best beachside views in the city. Climb the rocks and prepare for some primetime surfer watching. ”
393 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Beautiful architecture and you can walk around and sightseeing by the park with a view of Guanabara’s bay and Sugar Loaf. ”
251 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Think about a great shopping mall with the top stores in it, great gourmet food court and top entertainment. That pretty much defines JK. It's a SP must-dos;”
137 locals recommend
Museum
“It contains a large collection of pre-Columbian artifacts with informative timelines and descriptions ”
113 locals recommend
Museum
“iif you want to know the past of Chile you must to go to "el museo de la memoria"”
120 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“The Shopping Pátio Higienópolis is a luxury centre frequented by São Paulo's more weathly public. The six floors of the mall were carefully designed with a central dome that allows natural lighting during most of the day. There are several cafeterias inside the mall, including Starbucks and Café do Ponto.”
142 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Cars are not allowed on Sundays. Music presentations happen everywhere, shops, bars, etc. all open!”
250 locals recommend