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Las mejores recomendaciones de lugares emblemáticos según la gente local

Monumento / lugar emblemático
“The monument overlooking Rio de Janeiro have beyond breathtaking views. It is considered one of the seven new wonders of the world. There are three ways to get to it. You can take a train, van or hike. The train is the most famous and traditional way. The train will take you through Atlantic Forest almost to the top of the Corcovado Mountain. Make sure to have you camera ready and look to the right when the train is almost in the top. I suggest to pick a beautiful sunny day, so you don't miss any of the spectaculars views. ”
  • Recomendado por 650 personas locales
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.”
  • Recomendado por 533 personas locales
Train
“The view from the top of the mountain where the statue of Christ donated by the French is awesome. Must go!”
  • Recomendado por 232 personas locales
Sitio histórico
“Eyecatcher, Staircase wich conects Lapa and Santa Teresa, fuly decorate with tiles from all over the world, made by Selarón an Artist from Chile who lived close by. He made out of the Staircase his life Work of Art.”
  • Recomendado por 191 personas locales
Sitio histórico
“A nive belvedere intalled on the ruins of an old magnificent mansion.. with a 360 degrees wonderful view.”
  • Recomendado por 150 personas locales
History Museum
“The Museu Imperial de Petrópolis is a museum in the historic center of Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, housed in the former summer palace of Emperor Pedro II (1831–1889), built in 1845. The museum includes the palace itself and a temporary exhibition hall dedicated to contemporary art. It is one of the most-visited museums in the country.”
  • Recomendado por 57 personas locales
Mirador
“This monument, constructed to honor the Chinese workers that came to Rio to work with tea cultivation, in the 19th hundred century, is an amazing lookout point over Rio and also because you need to enter into the Tijuca National Forest to get there, the whole sight seeing trip becomes amazing. The Tijuca forest is know as the biggest urban rain forest in the world and houses hundreds of animal & plant species. Great for a day when you want to get away from the sun.”
  • Recomendado por 64 personas locales
Sitio histórico
“The Old Town of Paraty with great shops, bars and restaurants. Perfect to walk around at night.”
  • Recomendado por 51 personas locales
Sitio histórico
“maybe the best samba you could ask for. on the streets of gamboa. on mondays from 19 to eternity...lol”
  • Recomendado por 85 personas locales
Sitio histórico
“Paraty offers some historic sites, a yearly book fair, interesting shops, and best of all schooner day trips. I've gone twice and thoroughly enjoyed the day on the boat which stops in several beaches. Good swimming, fun boat trip”
  • Recomendado por 52 personas locales
Iglesia
“One of the most beautiful church in the country, place of the Candelaria's massacre, one of the moments that we must remember every day.”
  • Recomendado por 30 personas locales
Mirador
“Great view, for free. Nice trip through the forest to reach the place. Don't worry, all paved and safe.”
  • Recomendado por 35 personas locales
Sitio histórico
“Inaugurado em 1884, o Palácio abriga diferentes exposições e ventos na cidade.”
  • Recomendado por 18 personas locales
Sitio histórico
“Visit a former portuguese fortification to protect the town from pirates. Real canons and an amazing bay view.”
  • Recomendado por 18 personas locales
Sitio histórico
“Ruy Barbosa de Oliveira (November 5, 1849 – March 1, 1923) was a Brazilian polymath, diplomat, writer, jurist, and politician. Born in Salvador da Bahia, he was a federal representative, senator, Minister of Finance and diplomat. For his distinguished participation in the 2nd Hague Conference, he earned the nickname "Eagle of the Hague". He ran unsuccessfully for the Presidency of Brazil in 1910, 1914 and in 1919. Ruy Barbosa gave his first public speech for the abolition of slavery when he was 19. For the rest of his life he remained an uncompromising defender of civil liberties. Slavery in Brazil was finally abolished by the Lei Áurea ("Golden Law") in 1888. Part of Barbosa's legacy to history is that he authorised, as minister of finance on December 14, 1890, the destruction of most government records relating to slavery.[1] The avowed reason for this destruction, which took several years to be enacted and was followed by his successors, was to erase the "stain" of slavery on Brazilian history.[2] However, historians today agree that Barbosa aimed to impede any possible indemnization of the former slave-owners for this liberation.[2] Indeed, eleven days after the abolition of slavery, a law project was deposed at the Chamber, proposing some indemnization to the slave owners.[2] Barbosa's liberal ideas were influential in drafting of the first republican constitution. He was a supporter of fiat money, as opposed to a gold standard, in Brazil. During his term as finance secretary, he implemented far-reaching reforms of Brazil's financial regime, instituting a vigorously expansionist monetary policy. The result was chaos and instability: the so-called fiat experiment resulted in the bubble of encilhamento, a dismal politic-economic failure. Due to his controversial role during it, in the following administration of Floriano Peixoto, he was forced into exile until Floriano's term ended. Years later, after his return he was elected as a Senator. He headed the Brazilian delegation to the 2nd Hague Conference and was brilliant in its deliberations. As candidate of the Civilian Party in the presidential election of 1910, Barbosa waged one of the most memorable campaigns in Brazilian politics. He was not successful and lost to Marshal Hermes da Fonseca. He ran again in the elections of 1914 and 1919, both times losing to the government candidate. During World War I, he played a key role among those who advocated the Allied cause, arguing that Brazil should be more involved in the war. Barbosa died in Petrópolis, near Rio de Janeiro in 1923.[3] Museu-casa (ou casa-museu) é um tipo de museu que, abrigado num imóvel que serviu como casa de alguém, busca preservar a forma original, os objetos e o ambiente em que viveu aquela pessoa ou grupo de pessoas. Assim, conjuga a arquitetura, a museografia e a coleção para criar um cenário histórico, oferecendo uma perspectiva de um estilo de vida. Em 1997, durante a conferência "Living History. Historic House Museums", no Palazzo Spinola, em Gênova, representantes de museus-casas de diversos países iniciaram um movimento para criar, no âmbito do International Council of Museums,um comitê especialmente dedicado a esta categoria de instituição. No ano seguinte, o ICOM criou o Demhist (Comitê Internacional para Museus-Casas Históricas). (Wikipedia)”
  • Recomendado por 31 personas locales
Sitio histórico
“Beautiful park and museum at Santa teresa. The park also has a very active cultural program!”
  • Recomendado por 31 personas locales