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Furnished flat in Cuiaba

SuperhostCuiabá, Mato Grosso, Brasilien
Ganze Wohnung · Gastgeber: Antonio E Eduardo
3 Gäste1 Schlafzimmer1 Bett1 Badezimmer
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Close to Mother Bonifácia Park. One bedroom with double bed, air-conditioning and wardrobe, bathroom, living room with sofa, TV, stereo and dining table. Kitchen with refrigerator, stove, microwave and other utensils (crockery, cutlery). Internet.

Die Unterkunft
While in Cuiabá, stay in a finely furnished apartment near the park Mother Bonifácia, decorated with all the luxuries to offer the best in comfort and convenience.

The property has 1 bedroom with a double bed, air-conditioning and wardrobe. Closet and bathroom with a powerful shower. Living room with sofa, cable TV, stereo, ceiling fan and dining table with 4 seats.

Kitchen equipped with refrigerator, stove, microwave, extractor fan, water purifier, retractable table with two stools and other cuisine utensils (crockery, cutlery, cookware etc).

It also offers free wi-fi internet, linen, laundry with washing machine, designated parking area and more!

Peaceful condo located within a safe and quiet neighborhood.

THE PANTANAL ARENA:
The 45,000-capacity Estádio Verdão, or Arena Pantanal, is one of the smallest of the 12 stadiums and will host four group matches. Two teams will use the stadium after the World Cup, Cuiabá and Mixto, but both have relatively small fan bases.

You don't have to walk more than three blocks from the stadium to find plenty of bars and restaurants, all serving delicious espeto (barbecue skewers of various kinds meat served with manioc flour).

The tournament falls in the non-rainy month, but it will be very hot during the day (with an average high of 31C in June) and cooler at night (occasionally as low as 10C) – but not cold enough to affect the nightlife.

What to pack? Walking shoes, hat or cap, binoculars (see below), swimming costume.

What's the city like? The smallest of the host cities, Cuiabá is the capital of Mato Grosso, Brazil's fastest-growing state due to a boom in local agriculture. It is one of the oldest cities in Brazil but was abandoned for almost two centuries after the decline of the gold. It has a unique culture: especially the language, which is influenced by indigenous people and Spanish-speaking neighbours; crafts (pottery and weaving); music (rasqueado, cururu, chamamé) and food (fish and beef jerky).

The best regional food is served at the Regionalíssimo restaurant, in the River Museum, which has a modest exhibition of craftworks. Peixaria Popular, a small restaurant in the centre of the city serves fish from the region's enormous rivers. To meet the local fishermen and craft workers on the riverbanks, visit the Restaurante Porto Conceição, which is about 7km from the stadium. Last but not least, there is a wonderful ice-cream parlour, Sorveteria Nevaska (Rua Barão De Melgaço, 2169), near the War Arsenal, which serves amazing tropical flavours, such as limão, guava, Brazil nut and mango. Try cupuaçu (a relative of cocoa, from the Amazon) and bocaiuva (from a Pantanal palm tree).

Out of town Cuiabá is the best draw if you also want to see Brazilian wildlife, thanks to its privileged location at the intersection of three of the most important Brazilian biomes. The Cerrado of Chapada dos Guimarães is the watershed of large river basins, and offers spectacular landscapes. To the north is the start of the Amazon, the world's largest rainforest; to the south, the Pantanal, the world's largest floodplain, with the greatest diversity of fauna in the Americas. For relaxation, there is no shortage of thermal waters, snorkelling, rafting and rappelling – all within 130km of the city.
Close to Mother Bonifácia Park. One bedroom with double bed, air-conditioning and wardrobe, bathroom, living room with sofa, TV, stereo and dining table. Kitchen with refrigerator, stove, microwave and other utensils (crockery, cutlery). Internet.

Die Unterkunft
While in Cuiabá, stay in a finely furnished apartment near the park Mother Bonifácia, decorated with all the luxuries to offer the bes…

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Schlafzimmer 1
1 Doppelbett (mind. 1,50 x 2 m)

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Cuiabá, Mato Grosso, Brasilien

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Oferecemos locações por temporada em Cuiabá-MT e Belo Horizonte-MG, onde moramos. Nosso objetivo é superar as expectativas dos nossos hóspedes, buscando estar atentos às suas necessidades para sempre oferecer a melhor experiência.
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