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Transport is awful - huge amounts of walking required... including walking PAST a metro station that they wouldn't let us use.
lots of steps.
But once we got there, the pitch, volunteers, and stands were wonderful.
Too train to the shooting arena. Very interesting venue. Clearly a military facility. Neat and tidy and well presented. Then walked to the Equestrian arena. Beautifully presented and heaps of seating. Only criticism was that there was no shade for the public. Yes the Olympic...More
The second largest Olympic Venue at the Rio Games, Deodoro was the home of field hockey, Equestrian events, Rugby, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, BMX biking and shooting.
We attended the Equestrian three day event team and individual jumping at the magnificent Equestrian Center and then...More
The Deodoro Olympic Park in my opinion was one of the best venues, easy to access with the available BRT buses or train and VERY secure with a lot of military presence given that it is an army base. This park was filled with exciting...More
Visited the Deodoro Olympic Park to watch Rugby 7s. We were staying in the Copa area so it is a bit of a trek to get to Deodoro. The rugby field was about a 15 minute walk from the entrance. It was a nice stadium,...More
We watched hockey and rugby here. Quite a walk from train station (20+ minutes), while there's also a station on the venue which is only used for departing.
Lines were better organized after the first weekend.
Almost no food for sale. Food was very mediocre,...More
Well what can i say about Deodoro Olympic Park one huge Military area and they made their presents very clearly...horses and all, but that's where the Rugby 7's were and modern pentathlon events.You seem to walk for miles before crossing the road and walking back...More