About this listing
Santa Teresa is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Rio, and it was built on a mountainous area. it has the same old atmosphere of past centuries.see more:
TOTAL PRIVACY!!! house with panoramic view to Sugarloaf ,surrounded by green mountains in santa teresa, neighborhood 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living room and 01 parking furnished and equipped refrigerator, stove, air conditioning , ceiling fans, cable TV and wi fi. house light and beds standard size bed and queen size bed! comfortably sleeps 06 people.
perfect location, residential street and safety.
5 minutes drive to laranjeiras
15 minutes drive from Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon. 15 minutes to maracanã
7 minutes from downtown and lapa. close to everything and yet you will feel like you are on the mountain.
the whole house was recently reformed.staying in a different way, exit the obvious! the strategic location allows you to be very close to everything.after a beautiful day of sightseeing and shopping you can rest and feel refreshed in the tranquility that this home provides.
if you have any doubt please do not hesitate to ask. whit real bed
A few more about Réveillon (New Year’s Eve)
Jan 1st officially marks the beginning of the summer holidays, which last until Carnival. Traditionally, people in Rio de Janeiro flock to the beach for midnight as part of the huge celebrations.
Where to Go
The party is at the beach! It doesn’t matter which one, but Copacabana beach is the most popular destination, with literally millions of people descending on the neighborhood for the seeing-in of the new year.
What to Wear
Almost everybody dresses all in white, which symbolises a hope for good luck and peace for the coming year. Other colors are worn, with yellow signifying a hope for money and so on, but white is by far the predominant color. It’s not a problem if you don’t have white, just avoid wearing any dark colours.
What You’ll See
Fireworks! The beach at Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro is ranked among the top 10 New Year Fireworks display in the world. There are live concerts with various stages along the beach. Though insanely busy, the Copacabana’s New Year’s party one of the best in the world.
Many people will be offering gifts to the sea such as flowers, which are given to the African diety Iemanjá. The mix of Catholcism and Afro-Brazilian religious practices are never more evident than on Dec 31st as thousands of people throw flowers into the waves and make shrines on the beach from candles and other items. Some people even float their gifts into the sea on small wooden boats.
by taxi or you can take a bus on largo do machado metro station
Interaction with guests
Im not profesional I want to receive you as I do receive my friends.I wish you feel like you are in your house and take care as if.I want you to know that part of this money goes to animals that necessity care.so we thank you for your choose :)
as if it was your house , so take care..;)
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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I am not professional in the hotel industry I do my best to host you as I would a friend.I learn a little more every guest and this is good, I like to share this (URL HIDDEN) this day no one was disappointed with the description of announced and what they saw in the apartment and the house.I wish you can feel safe knowing that I will be close by to help and give support.
you are welcome !