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미술관
“O Museu de Arte Moderna do RIo de Janeiro, a 15 -20 minutos a pé, abriga uma das coletâneas de arte contemporânea mais importante do pais. The Modern Art Museum, a 15-20 minute walk away, houses one of the most important collectioins of contemporary art in Brasil.”
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Beach
“Move ahead to Arpoador for sunset, a positive energy you will never forget.”
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“Bar Urca serves excellent Pestiscos (appetizers) and Pastels. Pastel de Camarao (Shrimp turnover), fried Sardines, and Bolinho de bacalhau (deep fried cod balls) are among the favorites. Dinner entrees include typical Brazilian fare, as well as seafood dishes. Try the "Bacalhau a Portuguesa" (Codfish Portuguese style).”
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페이스트리 전문점
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“Fantastic coffeee! Delicious sweet pastries, excellent service, wonderful landscape view of the complete Copacabana bay & Pao de Açucar peak mountain. I recommend this place for any moment of the day”
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Point of Interest
“This place is a sunday fair in Ipanema, just 10/15 minutes walk from our apart i recommend that you arrive there from 10 till 4 pm , because if you go there too early or late some of the people that expose they products there may not be there. and please go to the Baiana and eat some of the delicious food from Bahia.”
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공원
“Em um dos maiores parques urbanos do mundo, projetado por Burle Max, voce vai encontrar pessoas se exercitando, lendo, crianças brincando, com a praia do Flamengo logo em frente (imprópria para banho). Nao recomendável ir a noite. \ In one of the largest urban parks in the world, designed by Burle Max, you will find people exercising, reading, children playing, with Flamengo beach just in front (not suitable for swimming). Not recommended to go at night.”
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Outdoor Sculpture
“This is one of the main touristic attractions in the neighborhood, you've got to check this out! ”
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호텔
“While Copacabana wins out as the most picture-perfect city beach in Rio, Ipanema is easily the more chic of the two neighboring stretches of sand. There are scores of kiosks selling tempting food and drink, too. The towering twin peaks of the Dois Irmaos (two brothers) mountains frames the beach scene in spectacular fashion.”
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Botanical Garden
“Rio's Botanical Grande is really rich on its vegetation. it's a great option if you don't want to go to the beach in a super hot day.”
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Point of Interest
“Parque Olímpico - Known as the heart of the Rio 2016 Games, the Olympic Park in Barra da Tijuca is the city’s main competition hub. The Parque Olímpico covers an area of 1.18 million square metres, where 16 Olympic events will be held (basketball, cycling track, artistic gymnastics, trampoline gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, handball, judo, wrestling, synchronised swimming, swimming, water polo, diving, taekwondo, fencing and tennis), as well as 9 Paralympic sports (wheelchair basketball, boccia, cycling road, football 5-a-side, goalball, judo, swimming, wheelchair rugby and wheelchair tennis). After the Games, Parque Olímpico will be transformed into a wide sport and educational complex, aimed at students of the municipal network and high performance athletes. HOW TO GET THERE The best way of getting there is by using the BRT station. From the south zone: metro and BRT integration at the Jardim Oceânico station. From the north zone: TransCarioca (Rio 2 station). From the west zone: TransOeste or TransOlímpica (Centro Olímpico station) Santos Dumont Airport: LRV until the Cinelândia metro station. integration with the TransOeste BRT at the Jardim Oceânico station. Coach Station: LRV until the Carioca metro station. integration with the TransOeste BRT at the Jardim Oceânico station. International Airport: TransCarioca BRT until the Alvorada Terminal. Integration with the TransOeste BRT. Between midnight and 2:00am: Night-time BRT service between the Olympic Park and city centre with 8 stops in the south zone and 4 in the centre without the need of changing buses (São Conrado, Leblon, Praça N.Sra. da Paz, Posto 6, Posto 4, Posto 2, Botafogo, Largo do Machado, Catete Centro – Cinelândia, Praça XV, Candelária and Central)”
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Transit Station
“amazing view...AT DAY OR NIGHT, doesn't matter. The nature at Rio starts right here !”
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유적지
“Unique selarón steps by the famous chilean artist Jorge Selarón. All the steps are made from tiles from various countries.”
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광장
“some bars around, but the action takes place outside and free (streets and square)”
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미술관
“Museum of the city or about the artist that use the city of Rio as a muse. Nice exhibitions there!”
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선술집
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“It doesn’t get more carioca than this place. Located in a charming street near the beach, it serves great local food combined with great atmosphere. Definitely recommend!”
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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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