Morro da Boa Vista Viewpoint, Joinville
(4.2/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Morro da Boa Vista Viewpoint is located in Joinville. With our custom trip planner, Joinville attractions like Morro da Boa Vista Viewpoint can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Very interesting walk to the Observatory. You cannot go up by car, so just walking, running, bike or bus. For those visiting with children is better climb by bus, which has every 20 min. Lack a bit of information about transport.
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  • A wonderful and indispensable place in the route in Joinville. It is delivering a 360-degree tour of the city, and can see the Bay of Babitonga, their connection with the sea, mountains, and green monkeys that walk in the trees around the gazebo. Has a beautiful ecological path with suspended decks where you can view all specimens of flora of the Atlantic forest.
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  • Very pleasant place to stroll in family, couples, you can see everything in 1 hour, but stays in place where there are other attractions, being then possible through the day if you have time. There is option to get to the point of bus or going up the walk from the entrance to the Park. The bus leaves from terminal in the Center and leaves you at the park entrance or at the foot of the Observatory, as your option. Pays the value of a circular bus. The view is very beautiful, the top of the lookout is accessible by Elevator, but the day I was there I saw that a wheelchair had a little trouble climbing the ramp that leads from the point where the bus leaves us to the foot of the Tower, because the ramp is steep.
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