Avenida Atlantica is a 4 km long seaside stretch alongside Copacabana beach, spanning the entire length of the neighbourhoods of Copacabana and Leme

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Avenida Atlantica, Rio de Janeiro

Avenida Atlantica is a 4 km long seaside stretch alongside Copacabana beach, spanning the entire length of the neighbourhoods of Copacabana and Leme.

Avenida Atlantica is a 4 km long seaside stretch alongside Copacabana beach, spanning the entire length of the neighbourhoods of Copacabana and Leme. It is flanked by military bases - Forte de Copacabana in Copacabana, and Forte Duque de Caxias in Leme. The avenue has 2 car lanes, a bicycle lane and a promenade, famous for its geomotric wave-shaped mosaics. The area is lined with numerous buildings, restaurants and cafes.


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About Avenida Atlantica

 Avenida Atlântica, Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22010-000

Avenida Atlantica and Nearby Sights on Map

Claudio Coutinho Trail

The Pista Claudio Coutinho is a 2km paved trail in the midst of lush greenery along the Morro Do Urca that offers breathtaking views of the Praia Vermelha (Red Beach)

Copacabana

Copacabana is the most famous beach in Rio de Janeiro, stretching for 4 kms on the Atlantic coast from Princesa Isabel Avenue to Posto Seis

Museu Carmen Miranda

The Carmen Miranda Museum showcases a collection of photographs, posters, musical recordings, and, of course, gigantic fruity hats worn by the singing star

Museu Villa-Lobos

Museu Villa-Lobos is dedicated to the great Brazilian composer and founder of the Brazilian Academy of Music, Heitor Villa-Lobos, who wrote about 1000 pieces

Sugarloaf Mountain

The Sugarloaf Mountain (Pão de Açúcar) is a major landmark in Rio de Janeiro, dramatically rising 396 metres at the mouth of Guanabara Bay

Indian Museum

Museu do Índio explores the history and society of Native Brazilians, with 14,000 artifacts, 50,000 photographs and 200 audio-visual recordings

Guanabara Palace

The Guanabara Palace, formerly palace of the Imperial Princess, is now the governor's office

Oi Futuro

Formerly a telephone museum, Oi Futuro now hosts a fine gallery with temporary exhibitions of digital art or art with interactive media

Arpoador

Arpoador Beach, a 500 metre stretch between Copacabana and the Ipanema beach, is one of the best surfing beaches in Rio’s Zona Sul

Museum of the Republic

Catete Palace, the former presidential palace (1894-1960), now hosts the Republic Museum which explores Brazil’s fight for independence from Portugal