Offers daily trips to the Meeting of the Waters plus nearby Parque Ecológico Janauary, where you can eat, shop, admire captured animals,...
Catedral Metropolitana de Manaus
Manaus' main cathedral has twin bell towers and a warm yellow interior. Makes for a welcome respite from the busy streets just outside.
Mercado Municipal Adolfo Lisboa
Manaus' historic city market was inaugurated in 1882, a downscaled replica of Paris's famed Les Halles market. Safe and bustling, the...
The hostel here is so-so, but the bar is super cool – a moodily lit, semi-subterranean spot on the basement level with great music and...
Vegetarians should head to this small upstairs restaurant, serving a creative, genuinely meat-free lunch buffet. A bit hard to find, and...
Porto Flutuante information
Inaugurated in 1902, Manaus' 'floating port' was a technical marvel of its day, able to adjust 15m or more to seasonal water levels. (Look for high water marks on a wall facing the river.) Closed for renovation at last check, it will certainly reopen with improved shopping and eating areas, and great river views.