Feira de São Cristóvão
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The fair began around the 60s, in the area around the pavillion. From 2003 on, major re-structuring efforts renewed the structures, the main lanes, and the water and sewerage systems. Beautiful colored panels related to Northeastern Culture decorate the building’s facade. The São Cristóvão Fair…
Feira de São Cristóvão, or Feira dos Paraíbas, as it is also known, is a market specialized in culture from the northeast region of Brazil. It's the place to go for a carne-de-sol dish or for a selection of forró shows. On weekends it's open 24hs, making it a popular destination for a after party…
Tourist and popular market. Good regional food. Music, dance, gifts. Cheaper prices. Better on fridays and Saturdays at night. Use app TaxiRio there is 40% of discount. The neighborship is not safe but inside the market is safe.
Brazilian's northern fair. A place where you'll see and eat everything from the Northern part of Brazil.
April 29, 2016
A maior feira Nordestina do Rio de Janeiro
Interesting place to explore. Has everything about the Northeast of Brazil: food, music, culture. Open on weekends only.
This is not your average fair. Intrepid families who are up for a trek outside of Zona Sul — not to mention a ton of food and dancing — should check out Feira de São Cristóvão on Saturdays or Sundays. Here you'll find over 600 stalls, making it the perfect place for original souvenirs.
AKA " Feira de São Cristóvão", this center congregates everything that has to do with the northeastern Brazilian traditions: forró music and dancing, cachaça, cajuína, leather goods, lace and so much more! A great place to visit .