This is one of largest parks I have notice of - considered by city government as largest of its kind in Latin America. Do not expect incredible tree coverage - Brasilia's original vegetation is savannah-like, so many of the trees actually planted aren't native. But if you're looking for a place for a nice, long walk with a friend or family member, this is perfect.
There are challenges which the government announced it's working on - for example, bathrooms and children's playgrounds which are definitely not well kept. And a wave pool that is totally abandoned. And tennis grounds which, as far as I could see not too long ago, seem to be unplayable. Despite all these, I must commend the layout, the central location, the very nice, large children's playground which was part of my childhood and that of my daughter, too. There even is actually quite a nice amusement park - though I haven't been in a while except as guest to a birthday party, so I didn't have to pay for my daughter to play on toys. Seems prices are a bit too high, but it seems they usually are for amusement parks.
Last, but not least, my personal pet peeve: if you want to go roller skating/roller blading you cannot go easily around the whole park - the pavement is totally uneven in some areas, while in others it's quite nice. Disappointing!
And yet, you must absolutely take a walk at least once, if you're in Brasília for any more than 1 day.
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