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One of the best places to go on a sunny, but not so hot day! Lots of things to do with kids and family. The park itself has lots of attractions, but it is also home to the Rio Zoo and the National Museum. Worth a visit!!!
We went there and found out that the imperor palace (national museum) was burnt and looks like it will take lots of time to reconstruct it. There was not relevant information about this on the official website. The park is beautiful, the zoo is not interesting as we are against the zoos.if not for the museum there is nothing to...
Beautiful view of Rio from the park of the museum, nice architecture of the main building. Very nice and outgoing staff. Museum full of information's for astronomy fan and general public with desire to learn something.Very quiet: no waiting time, few people. Free!
This place should be a must seen attraction!
I'm writing this review as there are no other reviews of this excellent museum in English. The museum is located at the park near the Natural History museum, so both can be combined. An Uber ride from Centro to this museum should cost around $10 - 15 Brazilian thingybobs. Entrance is $4 BRA. This site is a working barracks.
Although I had heard a lot of good things about the place, it is difficult to expect such a goos restaurant in this hidden neighborhood.
Small, crowded but comfortable, it looks like you would expect and it offers great cuisine in like with the outlook.
Great, casual and real food from Sardenha, with generous helpings and fast, efficient service.
Expensive for the food quality.
The codfish had several thorns inside.
The service is awful the waiters are extremely insistent to you consume extra drinks even you didn't finish the previous. Boring!
After all we had to wait 15 minutes for the invoice due untrained employee for the function!
Definitely we do not recommend this restaurant.
Not the best nordestino food I've had and a bit pricy given the region, but I guess you pay for being close to the stage (there is a quieter environment indoors) and the fact that the Feira Nordestina is touristy and packed. Still, the portions were generous and well served for two people, and the dishes were well prepared. Actually,...
$$ - $$$ • Brazilian, Portuguese, International, European
"“Old place” "
reviewed December 1, 2017 by srbarral
This is very traditional restaurant inside of “Quinta” the furniture os colonial and well used!
I stay inside but there is table outside.
The Food is ok and “Extremity” expensive, don’t worth the plate even if is for two. I recommend if you are hungry.
Staff is great.
This place used to be a crummy hotel before the World Cup 2014 in Brazil. They've changed everything since then. Now it's a non-expensive place, clean and it's OK for one night only. Bed it's not comfortable to sleep, cable TV didn't work properly (I've asked reception to fix it but the late night staff said they just couldn't help...