Niterói has a large variety of tourist attractions: natural beauty, beautiful historical heritage, the world’s second-largest set of works by architect Oscar Niemeyer, several premium gastronomy options, the greatest set of Brazilian forts and fortresses, it is a cultural barn and has the best view to the city of Rio de Janeiro.
Niterói is the second city in Brazil with the greatest number of works by Oscar Niemeyer, architect who is a reference, being behind only by Brasília. Starting at the Tourist Portal of Niterói, the Niemeyer Path stretches from the downtown to the Charitas Waterway Station. To complete, still in the Guanabara Bay, there is the largest continuous set of Forts of Strengths of Brazil, composed by historical places originated in Century XVII.
The Oceanic Region, located in the municipality of Niterói and a few kilometers from the Rio de Janeiro’s downtown, is enchanting due to its natural beauties and cultural attractions, presenting privileged places for ecotourism and nautical sports. The Region is highlighted by the Tiririca Moutain´s State Park, one of the last remnants of Atlantic Forest, an ideal place for hiking, climbing, rappelling, birdwatching and cycling. In the Oceanic Region, the visitor can also enjoy a charming and cozy lodging, as well as a diversified gastronomy.
Niterói has a great diversity of tourist attractions: natural beauties, beautiful historical heritage, the world’s second largest set of works by architect Oscar Niemeyer, a diversified quality gastronomy, the largest continuous complex of forts and fortress in Brazil, is a cultural barn, besides having the best view of the city of Rio de Janeiro. That’s why we have created 3 daily itineraries so you can know the main spots and make the most of your time in this wonderful city.
Niterói has a great diversity of tourist attractions: natural beauties, beautiful historical sites, the world’s second largest cinematographer by Oscar Niemeyer, a diversified quality gastronomy, the largest continuous complex of forts and fortresses in Brazil, is a cultural barn, besides having the best view of the city of Rio de Janeiro.
To encourage growth and ensure the quality of craft beer production in the city, Niterói City Hall has created the “Niterói Cervejeiro” seal. The city now has five breweries and 30 Gypsy microbreweries (which rent equipment to manufacture their labels). The seal “Niterói Cervejeiro” was created together with the municipal law No. 3,288 and to receive the seal, interested parties must apply to the Secretariat of Economic Development and, thereafter, undergo evaluation by a committee formed by representatives of the Secretariat of Culture. Secretariat of Environment, Niterói Leisure and Tourism Company, Municipal Secretariat of Economic Development, Fluminense Federal University and Firjan More than 50 items are taken into consideration in the evaluation, thus ensuring the quality of products. With the consolidation of the seal, the “Niterói Brewery Route” was created, with information about the participating brands and tourist visitation in the places.