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Parks & nature in Copacabana

Military Base
“Visit the Fort for incredible views as well as a history lesson on Rio. There are two restaurants, including an outpost of Confeitaria Colombo, inside the Fort Grounds.”
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Beach
“The 2.5 mile long beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is one of the most recognizable beaches in the world. Made famous by the nightclubs, casinos, and hotels in the 1950s - Copacabana Beach is lined from one end to the other with tourist class and luxury hotels, indoor and outdoor restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.”
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Beach
“Copacabana Beach. Prefer the beaches in Ipanema and Leblon, next posts. Although I recommend you to visit Copacabana once and drink a Brahma Chopp (local Brazilian draught beer - although it is not a draft beer, technically, as it is made in different local unpasteurized procedure) in the sidewalk kiosks, you should prefer the beaches in Ipanema and Leblon. Copacabana is too much touristic, there will be a lot of people interrupting you and trying to sell you all kind of stuffs, and sadly, there may be some opportunistic steelers. Avoid the restaurants in Copacana also, except for the bars in the Rua Bolívar, which usually have good appetizers and cold beers/chopps. ”
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Beach
“Watch one of the most beautiful Sun sets of Rio. The best season of the year for the sun sets is from November till March when the sun goes down into the sea. ”
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Beach
“Great choice for stand up paddle lovers! Beautiful view to do some exercise.”
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Park
“Free admission hidden park inside Copacabana. Very near the Cardeal Arcoverde subway station. Perfect for a picnic with kids. An easy trekking trail can be done in 20 minutes and will take you inside the "Mata Atlântica".”
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Bathing Area
“The place for going to the beach at Ipanema. Rent a sun umbrella and a beach chair if you want.”
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Bathing Area
“The lovely and famous Copacabana beach. Good for sun bathing, swimming, stand up paddling, body boarding, having a coconut water, a beer... basically good for everything. ”
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Plaza
“Saturdays 7:30 - 13:30. Fantastic selection of organic fruits and vegetables, local cheese, raw milk, honey, grains, flowers, etc. ”
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Bathing Area
“Giant screen on the beach will show all the games. Also with live music acts”
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Bathing Area
“THE BEACH! Take a dip, a walk, swin, jog, eat, drink, people watch, watch a game, listen to live music. There's something always going on and 24hour kiosks. That's what brings you to Rio.”
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Playground
“É um dos espaços mais apreciados pelas crianças em Copacabana. Pudera, o parque é todo feito para eles.Castelo de Princesas, Cogumelos Gigantes, Casinha de Faroeste, Posto de Gasolina, gira-gira, escorregas, gangorras, fraldários, muitos espaço, verde e muita sombra.”
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Park
“One of the best places in Copacabana´s beach. Nice place to "SUP" (stand up paddle).”
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Plaza
“Easy way to go to Hippie Market (Feira Hippie) in Ipanema; historic center; Lapa Archs (Arcos da Lapa); Maracanã stadium; Natural History Museum (Quinta da Boa Vista) and/or the National Zoo.”
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Beach
“Arpoador is mostly known for being one of the best metropolitan surf spots in Rio. The rock outcropping creates stable left breakers up to 7–10 feet high (wave face measure, as Brazilians do).”
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Field
“Here you can buy fresh fish every morning with a great view of Copacabana and the Sugar Loaf.”
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