Parque da Cidade (Sarah Kubitschek), Brasilia
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  • And hunt pokemons! My son loved it! Quiet place, secure, well taken care of! Have parking facilities. Good for hiking.
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  • Very good to attend daily. Widely used for sports. Local people who care about health.
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  • The Park is huge, bigger than the Ibirapuera in São Paulo. Is Latin America's largest urban park and has plenty of space to allow for a variety of activities, from the most hectic to more personal and reflective.
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  • Bons momentos aqui
  • Bom lugar para caçada Pokemon!
  • Very good park. The city's history is in there as almost every kid born here knows the rocket on the playground or the amusement park Nicolandia. Also it's a great place to go biking out running.
  • Great little slice of nature in Brasilia. Good fit a walk or jog, or grab one of the orange bikes from a stand outside the park (first hour is free but you have to sign up with a credit card). There are stands selling pastries and coconut water. I walked for sunset and into the evening, got agua de coco and watched foot volley. Felt safe as a solo female. But at night, stay to the well traveled and well lit paths. Police on horseback patrol the area.
  • Great place to go running or just spend the morning or afternoon. Vendors sell water, coconuts, and other refreshments. Also food trucks tend to stop by during the weekends.