Sonesta Hotel Brasilia

Address: SHN Quadra 5- Bloco B, Brasilia, Federal District, 70705-000, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on SHN Quadra 5- Bloco B, Brasilia, is near Catedral Metropolitana, Congresso Nacional, and Parque Nacional de Brasilia.
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Travel Blogs from Brasilia

Brasilia is not a walkable city

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Jan 23, 2015

100 photos

... the places I'm interested, because I hate politics, but the architecture. Anyone with an interest in it, should come here, but rent a car. This walking **** is ridiculous.

The electoral tribunal was next (impressive building) before I decided to stop into Australia for a few minutes. The embassy! I didn't go inside, because I had shorts on and what was the point anyway, I didn't need assistence, but it was nice to be technically so close ...

Brasilia: Futurama

A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Sep 02, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

... in the 50s. The city took only 41 months to build from scratch and was inaugurated in 1960. Lúcio was responsible for the city's layout, Oscar for its buildings.

Costa won the bid in a public contest with his Plano Piloto in the shape of an irregular cross, more like an airplane. The length of the design is the main avenue, "the wings were where Brasilia's bureaucrats would live, the fuselage where they would work in sparkling ...

Brazil's 'space age' capital...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Jun 17, 2014

13 photos

... in 1960. The architect, Oscar Niemeyer, was responsible for many of the city's unique buildings, all of which display his iconic use of abstract forms and curves. Brasilia's central area is shaped like an aeroplane. Ministries and monuments are concentrated in the 'fuselage'. Further south, in the 'cockpit', are the most interesting government buildings, including the Congresso Nacional. We enjoyed the city sights, although it was a challenge to get a photo without ...

Lencois to Brasilia

A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Jul 20, 2013

4 comments, 31 photos

... off, there was a lot of stuff found people hadn't seen for some time, it took best part of the morning and afternoon to get it all done, but it really made all the difference but I don’t think it will last long

Well, I may as well skip the 2 long days of travel as they were uneventful and just watched the country side drift by and after a while it just blended in, people read books, kindles, listened to music or just did a combination of them all

There ...

Oscar Niemeyer

A travel blog entry by rotary.brazil on May 14, 2010

1 comment, 8 photos

... had no construction experience, instead several foreman managed the workers teaching them the necessary skills as building progressed. Thousands of these workers died during construction. The schedule was so tight there wasn’t time for funerals, instead the workers are buried within the buildings they were working on and there is a monument in their honor.

Something different:

Speed bumps on the ...