Brasilia Free Walking Tour
Brasilia free walking tour is the best way to explore the capital of Brazil, located in the Federal District in the country’s central region. Known for its unique and modern architecture, Brasília was built in the late 1950s to serve as the new capital of Brazil. Visitors can explore the city’s many government buildings, including the National Congress and the Presidential Palace, as well as the many museums and cultural centers. In addition to its rich cultural heritage, Brasília also offers a wide range of recreational activities, including parks, gardens, and sports facilities. The city is also known for its modern architecture and urban planning, which is a must-see for architecture enthusiasts.
Meeting point: Esplanada dos Ministerios
Start times: 11:00 hrs / 18:00 hrs
Duration: 2 hours
Price: Tip only basis
Important: Please remember to check your ticket after booking to ensure you don’t miss any updates from your guide.
Free walking tour Brasilia will take you through some of the most iconic sites of the city, where you’ll get a glimpse of the local culture, history and architecture.
The tour starts at the Esplanada dos Ministerios, where you’ll be able to see the different government buildings and learn about the history of the city and its importance as the capital of Brazil. From here, you’ll be able to appreciate the different architectural styles and the use of space in the city.
Next, we’ll make our way to the Catedral Metropolitana, a modernist cathedral that is known for its unique design and for its use of light and space. Here, you’ll be able to see the different architectural details and learn about the history of the cathedral and its importance for the city.
Afterwards, we’ll head to the Parque da Cidade, where you’ll be able to take a walk and enjoy the different gardens, lakes and sculptures. Here, you’ll be able to relax and appreciate the different colors of the park, depending on the time of the day.
Finally, we’ll end our tour at the Praça dos Três Poderes, a square where you’ll be able to see the different government buildings and learn about the history and importance of the square.