Largo do Boticário
The brightly painted but sadly dilapidated houses on this picturesque plaza date from the early 19th century. Largo do Boticário was...
Museu Internacional de Arte Naïf do Brasil
A short walk west from the Corcovado cog train station, this small museum has a fascinating collection of colorful paintings made by...
Parque Nacional da Tijuca
The Tijuca is all that's left of the Atlantic rainforest that once surrounded Rio de Janeiro. This 39-sq-km tropical jungle preserve is...
Bar do Serafim
On a lively stretch of Rua Alice, the Bar do Serafim is a simple, convivial boteco serving tasty Portuguese appetizers and plenty of...
A short stroll from the cog train up Corcovado, this very friendly vegetarian restaurant has garnered quite a following for its...
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Nega Teresa information
Bringing her Bahian delicacies to the people of Rio, Nega Teresa serves up scrumptious acarajé (a fritter filled with shrimp and spices) from a simple stand in the outer reaches of Santa Teresa, about 1km southwest of Largo do Guimarães. Connoisseurs rate Nega's street food among the city's best.