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    It is a beautiful place. The city was built in 1960. The architecture is what is most important and was developed by Lucio Costa and Oscar Niemeyer. In two days you know the city well. Near Brasilia, about 90 kilometers, there is a small town called Pirinópolis with beautiful waterfalls. over 6 years ago

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    If you like architecture, worthy of a visit. A full day will be enough. Three hours drive north from Brasilia you have a small city called Cavalcanti... For those who like tracking, and waterfalls it is amazing! Really clear water, pure oxygen, and a different energy. You will need two or three days. over 6 years ago

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    I didn't much care for it: zero charm and zero character. Worth a day at most. over 6 years ago

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    Brasilia is a modern city and has few attractions for tourists because it is an administrative city for Brazil. One day to see the modern architecture is enough! over 6 years ago

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    Beautiful architecture, boring city. over 6 years ago

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    Boring city,nothing to see or do over 6 years ago

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    I love it... But I was born here, so... over 6 years ago

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    • Obrigado Lia. Eu também adoro, mas sou tão suspeito quanto vc, porque nasci aqui também. Estava curioso para ver o que viajantes pensam daqui. Parece que "boring" é uma descrição quase unânime... Rodrigo Canalli over 6 years ago
    • Pois é, Rodrigo! Só acho engraçado que as pessoas falam daqui, mas nem ao menos sabem o que rola. Brasília anda numa fase ótima, cheia de eventos (e o melhor, de graça), boa música, lugares lindos e por aí vai... E quem faz da cidade uma cidade chata geralmente são os mesmos que reclamam... Hahaha. Lya over 6 years ago
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    Usually they think it is an unusual city for its architecture and city planning, also not a very tourist-friendly town. It is very hard to go around. However, once used to it, people love it, and often choose Brasilia as their hometown. over 5 years ago

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    Im a Canadian living here for more than a year and Brasilia is literally the most
    Boring place on earth. Nothing to do at night except eat at places 3 months ago

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