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Best things to do in Rio de Janeiro

“New shopping mall close to the olympic venues with a lot of restaurants and cinemas.”
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“The most traditional coffee house of more than 1 century where queen of England and other authorities have been to. Not to be missed if you go downtown. Have a sweet, dumpling or coffee. ”
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“It used to be the residence of the brazilian presidents up to the 1960's, it is within a walking distance from the building.”
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“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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“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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“(40mn by car from home), surrounded by rain forest, no construction, good surf spots”
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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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“You can't miss the amazing sunsets behind the mountains 2 Irmãos from Pedra do Arpoador (where they used to harp whales in the XVII, XVIII centuries).”
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“Beautiful Atlantic Rainforest about 600 meters in altitude. Great for hiking, biking, picnics and more. Reachable by a city bus!”
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“Inaugurado em 3 de setembro de 1938, o Cine Roxy é um dos únicos cinemas em funcionamento no bairro, que conta também com o Cine Joia, e é reconhecido pela prefeitura como "marco referencial na cultura cinematográfica da cidade". Cine Roxy had its debut on September 3rd, 1938 and it's one of the only movie theaters of the neighbourhood - that has also the Cine Joia. This place is considered a "cinematographic reference" by Rio's prefecture.”
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Dog Run
“"Barra" is a long thin stretch of sandy white sandy beach, protected by a marsh beyond it, and is adjacent to the large suburb Barra da Tijuca. The upper part of the Barra Beach has several Barracas (beach bars) and Kiosks serving seafood”
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Farmers Market
“Local fresh produce,, fish and meat market to buy your fresh ingredients, but also to enjoy local food. From breakfast to Happy Hour always a great place for a stop before or after the beach. During Carnival many street samba groups meet there.”
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“For the adventures : Espetacular track for those who loves trekking with a great view that you dont see at Corcovado”
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“O Museu foi projetado por Oscar Niemeyer. De Niterói há uma bela vista da cidade do Rio de Janeiro The Museum was designed by Oscar Niemeyer. From Niterói there is a beautiful view of the city of Rio de Janeiro”
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“I love the vibe of Leblon beach. It is not as crowded as Ipanema and Copacabana, and it´s at the foot of Morro dos Dois Irmãos. Try a Mate tea with lemonade for 5 reais, sold by guys walking with 2 big gallons”
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“An order of pataniscas de bacalhau is a necessity. Pavão Azul’s pataniscas are made without potatoes, which is a recipe not as readily found around Rio. Other must-eats include the escondidinho—a sort-of deep dish shepherd's pie, stocked with either shrimp or carne seca, a dried beef—and a selection of pasteis, the fried, filled half-moon pockets of cheese, meat, or shrimp. At night, Pavão Azul is bursting with crowds in between its two outposts, which are located directly across the street from each other.”
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