3 mentions in One week itinerary for Rio de Janeiro
Katy B. said, "...Take the little "bondinho da Lapa" - a tram - over the historic arches of Lapa up to the neighborhood of Santa Teresa. Beautiful, photogenic area with very colorful and beautiful houses. Near Lapa is Rio's cathedral, which is a very..." See More
Polly B. said, "...scenery and a bit less crowded. Arpoador (at the end near Copacabana) is another nice place for a sunset. Lapa and Santa Teresa are neat - both can be a little dicey, but the Selaron Steps and some of the old buildings..." See More
2 mentions in Best way to experience Rio Carnival 2015?
Tye R. said, "...Make sure to celebrate Carnival in many different areas of Rio: down on Copacabana and Ipanema beach, up in Lapa and Santa Teresa, etc. If you book a hostel ahead of time you might get lucky and book it for a..." See More
Annemarie D. said, "...you won't want for any ideas, and it's safe since it's often crowded until the late hours. If you've visited before, Santa Teresa is an artsy neighborhood on top of a hill, but definitely more adventurous than the beachside nabes. Also, the..." See More
Gustavo B. said, "...Brasil (CCBB) (also known as CCBB), go to Lapa - Rua do Lavrádio , walk around Arcos Lapa and the pictoresque Santa Teresa. The most pleasent suburbs are Leblon , Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas and Jardim Botanico where you can just..." See More
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