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Santa Teresa

Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro

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"Santa Teresa- very charming and more pictoresque and bohemian area."  See More

"Santa Teresa street is quite nice to go out at night and meet new people."  See More

"Best neighborhood Lapa and Santa Teresa, but many others too."  See More

"Go with the bondinio in Santa Teresa have acai there and then you can go to Selaron Steps."  See More

"I'd walk along Ipanema and Copacabana beaches, go up to Sugarloaf Mountain or Corcovado, maybe check out Santa Teresa and the Selaron Steps."  See More

"Try Santa Teresa or the world famous Bar Bico, the best bar/café in the Manhattan carioca."  See More

"Make sure to celebrate Carnival in many different areas of Rio: down on Copacabana and Ipanema beach, up in Lapa and Santa Teresa, etc."  See More

"Take the little "bondinho da Lapa" - a tram - over the historic arches of Lapa up to the neighborhood of Santa Teresa."  See More

"Lapa and Santa Teresa are neat - both can be a little dicey, but the Selaron Steps and some of the old buildings and churches in Santa Teresa are worth seeing."  See More

"On the streets of Santa Teresa and Zona Sul (south zone)!"  See More

"Santa Teresa, it's really a so cool neighboarhood but in some places you need to be attention."  See More

"You should know the Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro, Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (CCBB) (also known as CCBB), go to Lapa - Rua do Lavrádio, walk around Arcos Lapa and the pictoresque Santa Teresa."  See More

"Santa Teresa is an artsy neighborhood on top of a hill, but definitely more adventurous than the beachside nabes."  See More

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