The walk is very pleasant, ocean on one side and many very interesting shops and restaurants on the other.
Good choice of bars restaurants and a couple of nightclubs (at weekends) - all restaurants more or less the same sort of prices with a variety of cuisines to choose from. All priced a bit over the average - but paying for the view/setting.
There was nothing like my walks along Orlat Bardot around sunset, taking photos out towards the water. They were picture/postcard perfect! Find The Deck, restaurant/bar and sit there at sunset with a mango caipirinha! OMG heaven.
Lovely natural stone walkway that curves around the bay. Beautiful views of water, boats at anchor, islands, the fishermen statue in the water (it really takes you by surprise the first time you see it!), the bronze statue of Bardot...a perfect peaceful walk. There are also enough restaurants, shops, and sidewalk cafes along the way to stop for a browse... More
Romantic, scenic, busy, to relax, to eat, to shop, for families, for teens, in the evening, at dawn, at dusk, you name it. A beautiful street that is one of the best things Buzios has to offer (besides the wonderful beaches, of course!)
It's very nice to walk along the orla Bardot. You can even have a picture with the myth (Bridgit). The place is great, very beautiful, it's a great idea to walk there just to relax and enjoy the view. There are several restaurants and bars and some small hotels. If you are travelling with young people like I did the... More
We Brazilians should plan for the day when we finally go to war with Argentina over some silly reason, such as who plays the best football or who makes the best barbecue. So in order to save metal for the upcoming war effort, we should start by melting the awful statues that have started popping up all over places like... More
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