- Hotels in Brasilia Brazil
- Activities in Brasilia Brazil
- Guide to Brasilia Neighbourhoods
- Brasilia Apartment Rentals
- Carnival in Brasilia Brazil
- Cheap Flight to Brasilia Brazil
- Brasilia Shopping
- Brasilia Sports
- Brasilia Brazil and Photos
- Brasilia Brazil and Information
- Restaurants in Brasilia
- Brasilia Facts
- Brasilia Links
- Map of Brasilia
- Brasilia Sightseeing
- Brasilia Guide Books
- Cultural Sights of Brasilia
- Brasilia History
- Climate in Brasilia Brazil
- State of Distrito Federal
- Brasilia Distrito Federal Real Estate
- Night Life Brasilia
A Look At Some Of The Most Popular Restaurants In Brasilia
There are more great restaurants in Brasilia than anybody can ever try in one visit. The best thing about restaurants in Brasilia is that there is something to accommodate anyone's taste, from all you can eat meat buffets, to vegetarian cuisine and fine French dining. This is a guide to the most popular restaurants in Brasilia.
Pig Out At Porcao!
Porcao is a chain restaurant in Brazil, and there's one in Brasilia as well, near Pier 21. It has a huge picture of a pig on the sign, and you'll find out why once you go inside. At Porcao, you can eat as much as you want. You have a sign on your table with a stop sign on one side, and a green "go" sign on the other. Once you turn the sign to go, waiters will come around with plates of food (mostly meat, although there is salad and sushi as well) about as quickly as you can eat it. They won't stop until you turn it to "stop." At Porcao, the beef and pork are especially delicious. You'll be sure to get enough to eat there!
Porcao - SCE/Sul, Trecho 2, Conjunto 35, Parte Restaurante; (61) 223-2002; www.porcao.com.br.
Where To Eat For Vegetarians
If you're not interested in stuffing yourself with meat, Brasilia has some excellent vegetarian choices. Brazil is a country that is known for its meat-eating, but restaurants like Real International Vegetarian Cuisine, located on the top floor of the Conjunto Nacional shopping mall, serves a variety of fresh, delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes. They are known for their salads and vinaigrettes, and also serves some fish dishes. The food is cheap, and they have live samba music in the evenings. The music and view of the city from the top floor make it a unique dining experience.
For An Upscale Dining Experience, Try Alice
Alice is located in a nice mansion in the heart of the city. The ambience is exquisite, and the food is wonderful. Alice serves French food and vintage wines from France, Argentina and Chile. Not only is the food good, it's home cooked. All meals are cooked by Alice Mesquita herself. There is no sign for Alice, but tell your taxi driver, and he's know exactly where to go. This is one of the best-rated restaurants in Brasilia.
Check out these Brasilia facts and figures, and learn about the population of Brasilia, its economy and sports teams. For more information, have a look at the links to other sites with Brasilia facts at the bottom of the page.
Here is a listing of Brasilia links and related web pages. You can find Brasilia links to travel sites as well as information about Brasilia's culture and history.
Map of Brasilia
This page contains maps of Brasilia. These maps of Brasilia will show you how the city is laid out, and where it lies in Brazil.
Brasilia sightseeing is not just fantastic architecture and wonderful parks. For the best Brasilia sightseeing, check out the rental cars in Brasilia, and get out of town for a day or two.
Brasilia Guide Books
Unfortunately, there aren't any Brasilia guide books written yet. If you want a Brasilia guide book, your best bet is to buy a Brazil guide book with comprehensive coverage. This article gives reviews of the three most popular.
Brasilia history is unique among modern cities of the world. This is the story of Brasilia history, and what it means to the rest of the world.
Sanctuary Dom Bosco Brasilia
The Dom Bosco Sanctuary Brasilia is one of the city's great cultural sights. This church honors the Italian saint who dreamed up the city of Brasilia. The Dom Bosco Sanctuary Brasilia is a great attraction.
Brasilia Temple of Legiao da Boa Vontade
The Brasilia Temple of Legiao da Boa Vontade is a unique sightseeing attraction. Known as a center for spiritualism in Brazil's capital city, the Brasilia Temple of Legiao da Boa Vontade is a great place to visit on your trip.
Brasilia Museum de Valores
The Brasilia Museum de Valores is the nation's money museum, located in Brasilia's central bank. At the Brasilia Museum de Valores, you can see coins and monetary items from all over the world, and throughout human history.
Brasilia Museum Memoirial JK
The Brasilia JK Museum and Memorial honors the city's founding father, Juscelino Kubitschek. At the Brasilia JK Museum and Memorial, you'll find lots of exhibits about the life of Kubitschek and the founding of Brasilia.
Brasilia National Gems Museum
Located partway up the Television Tower is the Brasilia National Gems Museum. Take some time to check out the Brasilia National Gems Museum and see the best gems the world has to offer.
Brasilia Memorial Museum of the indian people
A little known cultural attraction, the Brasilia Memorial Museum of the Indian People is well worth checking out. The Brasilia Memorial Musuem of the Indian People celebrates native art and culture.
Museum of Brazilian Arts Brasilia
One attraction you don't want to miss is the Museum of Brazilian Arts Brasilia. At the Museum of Brazilian Arts Brasilia you'll find works by contemporary Brazilian artists.
Praca dos Tres Poderes
Brasilia's Praca dos Tres Poderes (Three Powers Square) is one of its major cultural attractions. One of the places you must see in Brasilia is the Praca dos Tres Poderes.
Catetinho is one of Brasilia's historic sights. It is the house where Juscelino Kubitschek lived during the historic building of the city of Brasilia. Now, Catetinho is open to the public.
Torre de Televisao
Torre de Televisao (The Television Tower) is one of Brasilia's best sights to see. From the top of the Torre de Televisao, you can see all the major sights of the city below.
Palacio da Alvorada
The Palacio da Alvorada is Brasilia's "Palace of the Dawn." It is the palace where the president of Brazil lives. People travel from all over the country to get a glimpse of the Palacio da Alvorada.