1- The sun path
When visiting brasília try your best to find a nice spot for the overwelming dawns and sunsets that the Planalto Central (brazilian central plateau) provides to all. The JK Bridge, the Pontão/Lagosul, the Ermida Dom Bosco Benedectine Monastery are some of the top spots for the best sunset view, all free of charge.
is the life way of the city and sailing it’s waters is one of the best ways of seeing places and enjoying yourself. By stand up paddle, boat or jetski it makes a great way to see the best sites in town while relaxing and having a good time. There are several social clubs and other places where renting of Sups, jetskis and others are possible. Prices can range from R$ 35.00 to a couple of hundred reals depending on the transport (Sups,Kayaks, boasts, yathchs).
3- A visit to the Botanic Garden.
Visitor Center, picnic area, restaurant and tea house, orchid house, library, permaculture, arena theater, interpretive trails and themed gardens are some of the atractions of a lovely day in the cerrado. Visiting from Tuesdays to Sundays – 09 am to 5 pm. From 6:30 at a 2 real fee. From 6:30 to 8:50 – tuesdays to fridays cyclers and pedestrians don’t pay for entrance. More information about the garden in portuguese at: http://www.jardimbotanico.df.gov.br/
4- A visit to the Nacional Congress, Itamaraty Palace (Foreign Office) Palace Planalto, the Central Bank museum, and the JK bridge are some of the tips for some monument seeing.
5- A visit to the Republic Museum, the Banco do Brasil Cultural Center and the Caixa Economica Cultural Center for expositions, shows and art in genral.
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