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Free tour in portugues, or with paper material to read in english, with a guide on weekends and hollydays you can go to visit free of charge the Congresso Nacional, You will visit Senate and Parliament and officies and many of Halls inside.
I visited the exterior of the Congresso Nacional as part of a 3-hour city tour with Rianha da Paz Turismo arranged my my hotel. Our English-speaking guide, Iraquemes Lamdivar, explained how the city was designed by Lucio Costa and that many of the most prominent...More
The buildings are iconic and familiar from photos but they look amazing from up close. Especially the reflections in the water - don’t stay up on the road where the tour buses stop - go down the hill to see the reflections.
Perhaps the most photographed landmark of Brasilia, the Congresso is also an excellent destination for a free tour of the inside of this iconic symbol of the city. Reserve an English tour in advance...well worth it! Our tour visited both chambers, the Green Hall, Time...More
nice place to visit, they offer guided tours, unfortunately it is a hot city and you cannot enter the building wearing shorts or bermudas, which is kind of out, but anyways, if you are free and having nothing else to do, I do reccomend you...More
The tour takes about an hour (mostly in Portuguese, but English is also available) that takes you to both chambers, the reception room of the Senate and lots of other places. Plenty of details about the planning and building of Brasilia and the edifices of...More
My Portuguese is not all that great and the tour was in Portuguese, so I didn't understand much. I just followed the tour group. However, the tour is free and the building is very impressive, inside and out.
An icon of modern architecture, if there is just one building to see when in Brasilia, then this is it. On a Saturday when we visited we were allowed in and given free post cards to write which can be sent all over the world...More
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Hi Asu, According the Congress site , besides portuguese language the are offered in english too. According the site : " Tours are offered in Portuguese, English, Spanish, French and Brazilian Sign Language (LIBRAS... More
Hi Asu, According the Congress site , besides portuguese language the are offered in english too. According the site : " Tours are offered in Portuguese, English, Spanish, French and Brazilian Sign Language (LIBRAS). Weekday tours in languages other than Portuguese must be booked at least until 5 p.m. of the previous day. Weekend tours in English take place on 10:15 am and 4:15 p.m. Weekend tours in Spanish, French and Brazilian Sign Language (LIBRAS) are available, however they must be booked in advance via email to firstname.lastname@example.org." I hope this help you.