Rio Comprido Accommodations

Accommodations in Rio Comprido

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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Swimming Pool
The NeighborhoodA good place to start is Largo de Guimarães which is kind of the center. Here you also have a tourist information where you can get good information about galleries, museums, sights and restaurants. I personally recommend two places to visit: Parque das Ruinas (open everyday 10h/17h) on R. Murtinho Nobre 169 map, a 10 minute walk from Largo de Guimarães. The former home of one of the cultural personalities of Rio (Laurinda Santos Lobo) was abandoned in 1946. Today the city of Rio has made the ruins open for the public and various cultural events take place here. It’s well worth a visit just for the view! Chacara do Céu The former home of businessman Raymundo Castro Maya offers not only great views of the city. He had dedicated his life to the finer arts as a supporter and collector and his house has now become a museum. The permanent exhibition features the founders personal collection with canvases by Picasso, Dali, and Miró and Brazilian painters like Portinari and Di Cavalcanti. The address is R. Murtinho Nobre 93 map, it´s open Tue-Sun 12h/17h, Site: Museu Chácara do Céu Getting AroundEating There are many good restaurants with great views and cool interiors. The most famous is: Bar do Mineiro Open: Tue-Sat from 11h Sun 11h/20h Comments: The classic hangout for the bohemians of Santa Teresa. Located close to Largo de Guimaraes. Food: Brazilian Dresscode: Casual How much money to bring?: 40R$-80R$ Address: R. Paschoal Carlos Magno 99 map Another one with excellent food from the North East is: Bar do Arnaudo Open: Mon 12h/18h Tue-Fri 12h/23h Sat, Sun, Holidays 12h/20:30h Comments: More a restaurant than a bar, really good food from the North East, try the Carne de Sol com Aipim, large selection of cachaça. In one of the many older houses in this neighbourhood. Food: Brazilian Dresscode: Casual How much money to bring?: 40R$-80R$ Address: R. Almirante Alexandrino 316 map There are many more, you can find some of them listed in my Restaurant section.
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  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
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  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceSanta Teresa Accommodation are located in an amazing neighborhood, you can see it in our photos and much better in person. On the terrace/balcony you can see the Christ Redeemer, many exotics birds and the forest. A private Jacuzzi and game room just to our suites guests. Common area there are several activities! Guest AccessThe guests of Santa Teresa Accommodation have acess the majority and main places: Swimming Pool Jacuzzi Wet bar Garden Games room Living room Terrace/balcony Parking All the open air area... We are here to serve you and provide the best experience in Rio De Janeiro. Interaction with GuestsSanta Teresa Accommodation is here to help you in everything. The NeighborhoodSanta Teresa Accommodation, It is located on top of the Santa Teresa hill, by the centre of Rio, and is famous for its winding, narrow streets which are a favorite spot for artists and tourists. Getting AroundTraditionally Santa Teresa is a renowned gathering place for intellectuals, academics, artists and politicians, who are attracted by its historic character, cultural life and standard of living. Santa Teresa is also a vibrant gastronomic center, mainly around the Largo dos Guimarães, as well as an artistic center. Due to the large number of artists and art studios, the neighborhood has come to be called Rio's Montmartre. The bohemian lifestyle has contributed to Santa Teresa being a main tourist attraction of Rio de Janeiro, as well as its recognition as one of the most unique neighborhoods in the world in 2016 Other Things to NoteWhat you think is very important for us, if you have something to talk, please contact us.