Excursions in Brasilia
Visit some of the top sites in Brasilia such as the Central Bank Museum, the Federal Saving Bank, the Itamaraty Palace, the National Congress and the university. Hotel pick-up with tours lasting about three hours. We recommend that you bring photo ID.
Super Blocks: Conception by Lùcio Costa, the amazing residential area of Brasilia is surrounded by green belt areas and commercial stores. Our Lady of Fatima Church: The first monument inaugurated in Brasilia in 1958, designed by Oscar Niemeyer, it looks like a nuns hat. St. John Bosco Sanctuary: Designed by Carlos Alberto Naves.
See the illumination of the main monuments of Oscar Niemeyer and others architects like. TV tower: Designed by Lùcio Costa (panoramic view its open at 8 p.m). Buriti Palaca: designed by architect Nauro Jorge Esteves, houses the Government of the Federal District. The palace was named because of the Buriti palm, the typical palm tree of the Brazilian Savannah.