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This quaint bohemian neighborhood of Rio with colonial buildings and cobblestone streets steep on a hillside overlooking the city is earning the interest of tourists wishing to see an alternate Rio away from the beach scene. Art galleries and...more
Santa Teresa is the name of a neighborhood in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is located on top of the Santa Teresa hill, by the centre of Rio, and is famous for its winding, narrow streets which are a favorite spot for...More
Traditional and aristocratic back in the day and artistic and groovy today, the old tram (now only a couple of stations for tourism) used to dominate the neighborhood. We drove up and around, checked out the graffiti, peered over some lookouts and visited art and...More
Santa Theresa offers a different view of Rio and is an excellent break from the beach scene. High in the hills above downtown, the historic neighborhood offers plenty of funky bars, restaurants, and art galleries and also an authentic community feel. Granted the neighborhood is...More
Went early April, must have been low season as not such was going on. Nice to have a walk around and it felt very safe. The tram was quite short and you have to buy a return ticket even if only going one way so...More
Went to Santa Teresa to have lunch and then walked down through the neighbourhood. We saw the yellow streetcar and just hopped on. The driver didn't even check for tickets so we got a free ride all the way to the end of the line....More
The tram costs R$20 per person for a ticket which allows you to get on and off at the stops and allows you to travel both directions, both there and back. The track has only 3 stops currently and end at Largo Guilarmaes.
We took a tram from down town centre to the top. Lovely ride up winding road with great views and old villas on either side of the road which were beautiful but in great need of restoration except a few. A few nice looking art...More
Santa Teresa is a bohemian enclave hosting many local artists’ studios. The narrow, winding streets of this neighbourhood were revitalised years ago, and visitors can now stroll through this area to view magnificent mansions dating back to the late 19th and early 20th century. A highlight not miss: Museu Chacará do Céu, a former mansion turned museum which houses works by prominent Brazilian modern artists.
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In daytime the parks are general safe, but remember to take your precautions. Don't wear expensive things, like jewelery, fancy watches and that kind off stuff and of course not a lot of money. If you happen to be robbed... More
In daytime the parks are general safe, but remember to take your precautions. Don't wear expensive things, like jewelery, fancy watches and that kind off stuff and of course not a lot of money. If you happen to be robbed don't act like a hero just give away what they are after. A privat guide in Santa Teresa can do, but you also manage by your own as long as you are a bit streetwise.I
Pousada Casa Aurea is very nice place to stay.You will have to take a taxi to the metro everyday to get in and out of the area. It will be 10 to 30R depending on the metro station. You can take the metro to most places. Get... More
Pousada Casa Aurea is very nice place to stay.You will have to take a taxi to the metro everyday to get in and out of the area. It will be 10 to 30R depending on the metro station. You can take the metro to most places. Get the single day 25R or 3 multi day passes 70R.