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Beautiful place to go, beside of Copacabana. You must walk to the top, you don't have another option that can bring you there. you will find many amical small munkeys during the walking.
It is not expensive at all, but the accept only cash
The fort has some really nice vantage points when you get up to the top. But if you have trouble walking ,the walking on the brick path are not for you. It probably takes a good 25 minutes to walk up to the top. Once...More
At the end of Leme beach in Rio de Janeiro is this little gem. Located with the military base grounds the fort is a leisurely walk through the forest (inhabited by many cute little Mico monkeys). When we were there the fort was very quiet...More
Forte Duque de Caxias atop the beautiful Morro de Leme is perhaps the most underrated attraction in Rio. While everyone runs to Pao de Acucar and Cristo Redentor, the fort receives very few visitors. The views here are magnificent and the trail up to the...More
This is a good place to go to get views of Copocabana and Ipanima beaches as it take out to the edge of the rocks which overlooks both beaches, there are cafe where you can sit eat/drink and see the views across the bay
Walking through the forest on a cobbled road felt miles away from the congestion and noise of Rio, yet on reaching the fort at the top, the views of Copacabana, the Sugar Loaf and Corcovado were spectacular. The fort has a fascinating history and is...More
Forte Duque de Caxias demand a bit of your hard work to climb up (there are no vehicles), but once you get there, it rewards you with incomparable views of the Copacabana Beach. The entrance is a bit hard to find, as you have to...More