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Best things to do in Brazil

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Museum
“The museum is internationally recognised for its collection of European art, considered the finest in Latin America and all Southern Hemisphere. It also houses an emphatic assemblage of Brazilian art, prints and drawings, as well as smaller collections of African and Asian art, antiquities, decorative arts, and others, amounting to more than 8,000 pieces. MASP also has one of the largest art libraries in the country. The entire collection has been named by Brazil's Institute of History and Art to the Brazilian National Heritage list.”
558 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Biggest shopping center in Santiago best options. el mas grande centro comercial con la mayor cantidad de opciones para comprar. ”
430 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“It's a wonder of the world and worth your time! Make sure to book tickets on the "Trem do Corcovado" online ahead of time. ”
622 locals recommend
Athletics & Sports
“Beautiful park with several attractions: Museum of modern art, Japanese garden and planetarium. You can also rent a bike there or have a picnic by the lake. ”
424 locals recommend
Mountain
“Nice view from the city. You can ride a cable car or trekking up to the first mountain.”
814 locals recommend
Science Museum
“Forward-thinking museum devoted to science and better understanding our natural world. Free to all visitors on Tuesdays. ”
414 locals recommend
Shoe Repair
“Shopping mall - 3 blocks from home and down the pedestrian tunnel, official Havaianas shop, bikinis stores (Bum Bum, Salinas, etc.), among others.”
508 locals recommend
Park
“Parque Forestal is an urban park located two blocks from our department. It is a nice area to go for a walk, ride a bike or just sit on a bench. While there visit the Bellas Artes museum a short walk from the Bellas Artes train station.”
226 locals recommend
Park
“At the foot of the Corcovado Mountain, Parque Lage delights with 52 hectares of pure green, cultural and art programs. Projected in 1840 by the the English landscaper John Tyndale, the wonderful garden with Romantic and European style share the attention with the native forest of Mata Atlântica. The main edification of the space, a big house of the XIX century, the Visual art school, works in Parque Lage (EAV), which offers free formation to beginner artists, training courses in art for youth, plus an intense program of exhibitions, seminars, lectures and video shows. EAV also have a library and auditorium with capacity for 150 people. On the main mansion courtyard by the pool, the BistrôPlage offers a delicious breakfast, more lunch and dinners with organic product which can be savored with the art and music events that happens on the place every year. In several weekends, ParqueLage crosses the down with art parties and festivals and music sponsored by initiative private and public. Free access: Park: everyday from 8am to 17pm. Bistrô Plage (restaurant): monday to friday - 9am to 11pm. Saturday - 1pm to 11pm. Sunday - 9am to 11pm. ”
489 locals recommend
Museum
“Gran museo que exhibe obras modernas y contemporáneas de artistas internacionales y chilenos. Great museum that exhibits modern and contemporary works of international and Chilean artists.”
227 locals recommend
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.”
494 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Cultural Center of Santiago, great place to see art, watch theater or concerts. ”
234 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“Little park inside of the city in small hill, good place to take a rest in your way to downtown”
268 locals recommend
Jazz Club
“Parque Ibirapuera is a nice place to visit during weekends or even during weekdays if you like to jog or ride a bike.”
297 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Large park hiking trails also has panoramic views of the city and a cable car!”
279 locals recommend
Art Museum
“The iconic "eye" is a landmark of Curitiba. The museum was conceived by famous Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. ”
139 locals recommend