A busy open-air food court occupies part of the long narrow park between the split lanes of Av Capitan Ene Garcez. A slew of mom-and-pop restaurants have tables set up under a high awning, serving cheap, delicious B…
Another popular open-air lunch spot serving fish in every way imaginable, from Portuguese fish stew to Bahian style (fried and spicy). Closed some Sundays.
A tawny sandbar beach emerges on the far bank of the Rio Branco during low water, roughly December to April. Known as Praia Grande, it is indeed big and beachy, and makes for a pleasant afternoon visit. Its transito…
The soaring concave facade and gleaming white paint make this modern church hard to miss, especially as it's located facing Boa Vista's main plaza.
This squat yellow church is one of the oldest structures in Boa Vista, beginning as a modest oratory in 1725, and renovated and expanded in 1917.
Two city blocks have been designated as pedestrian only, and are lined with stalls selling everything from handicrafts to cashew nuts.
This monument is dedicated to Roraima's gold miners.