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This place is much less visited than the other viewpoints in Rio, such as Cristo or Pão de açucar, giving you more space and time to enjoy the great views this place has to offer. It offers a great view on
many places in Rio,...More
Mirante da Dona Marta is best described as the Corcovado of the poor: similar views, but no entrance fee, except for the R$ 2 parking fees. Now that's a bargain to view Rio from the top! Definitely less crowded than Corcovado. It is a very...More
We took an early tour of Christ the Redeemer and we arrived early, so as a bonus the tour guide took us to Mirante Dona Marta and WOW were the views spectacular! It has a lot of the same views as the top of Corcovado,...More
Santa Teresa is a bohemian enclave hosting many local artists’ studios. The narrow, winding streets of this neighbourhood were revitalised years ago, and visitors can now stroll through this area to view magnificent mansions dating back to the late 19th and early 20th century. A highlight not miss: Museu Chacará do Céu, a former mansion turned museum which houses works by prominent Brazilian modern artists.
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Hello, I have never been there at night time.. If there are any tour group going there at night time you might want to join them, but I would not go there alone in dark. I'm not saying that it's dangerous, but better to be... More
Hello, I have never been there at night time.. If there are any tour group going there at night time you might want to join them, but I would not go there alone in dark. I'm not saying that it's dangerous, but better to be on the safe side :)
Hi, My friends and I will be in Rio for the Olympics. We get there the day before opening ceremony and since we could not get tickets to opening ceremony we are looking for good places where we can watch opening ceremony from at Maracana Stadium. I was thinking watching it from a high point so we can watch the fireworks go off and enjoy the city view. I wanted to know if Mirante Dona Marta or Parque Da Cidade are good view points to watch it from? The other options are Sugarloaf or...More
July 23, 2016|
The rooftop bar of your hotel in Rio would very likely be a good place to watch the fireworks.
which view? Vista Chinesa or Mirante Dona Marta (0 Replies)
Hi everyone I am going to Rio for 3 days for the first time in July 2015. I would like to know, for our short amount of time, which viewpoint would you recommend for the best view of the city? I was thinking if we do the Vista Chinesa, to combine it with the botanical garden and parque Lage. If going to Mirante Dona Marta, combine with the christ statue. Also, if I want to do the Pista Cláudio Coutinho trail, how long would it take to reach sugar loaf mountain, first hill? I would be...More
May 04, 2015|
Cristo Redentor tip (6 Replies)
Hi everybody, When visiting Cristo Redentor/Christ Redeemer in Rio on your won make sure you ask your taxi driver to make a quick stop at Largo do Boticario (in Cosme Velho, just a few blocks from the train going to Christo) and Mirante Dona Marta (it's just a quick shortcut on the way to the Cristo, a lower panoramic point but with a fabulous view of the Cristo itself and the Pao de Açucar/Sugarloaf) Largo do Boticario http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=largo+do+boticario&s=int ...More