With only a short time free in this huge and complex city, I planned a morning tour by email with Nathalia, one of the local hosts on this project, which also includes many cites worldwide. In the space of four hours I really got a taste of the city and how the locals live with this delightful and informed guide. Highly recommended way of seeing a place through the eyes of those who live there.
I went to Brasilia when the city was celebrating its 50th anniversary. I was surprised that there was no reference to the city here at the Guardian.
Brasilia was built to be capital of Brazil. The city is lined with monuments, both political and civic:
Presidential Palace, Congress, Courts, Statues, large National buildings (Theatre, Museum, Cathedral), all are open to the public.
Most buildings were designed by the same architect, Oscar Niemeyer, and while each is distinct, all seem to match in perfect harmony.
Thanks to the planning, driving around is easy, by car or by bus and you can find good restaurants and shopping options all around the city. Anyone visiting Brazil should consider visiting Brasilia.
About Brasilia: www.aboutbrasilia.com
About the recent anniversary:
Probably the most incredible hotel I have ever stayed in. The design and attention to detail was inpeccable. The Skye bar on the roof had the most amazing cocktails and Sushi and is full of the beautiful 'Paulistas'.
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