Trapiche Eliezer Levy, Macapa

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Dating from 1930s, Trapiche Eliezer Levy is a charming pier built to replace an old wooden pier that was used as a port for boats arriving to and leaving the city. It serves as a 472 m (1548 ft) long walkway to the Amazon River, where you can enjoy great views and scenic photo opportunities. At the end of the pier, there is a restaurant where you can rest if the wind is too strong. You can also reach the end of the pier by trolley. Use our Macapa vacation trip planner to arrange your visit to Trapiche Eliezer Levy and other attractions in Macapa.
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  • August 9, 2017
    As Macapá, a city situated on the left of the Amazon River flowed, had no port, the Government of the newly created Federal territory of Amapá, built that pier for larger vessels could dock in the city. Today, rebuilt and imposing, with its 480 meters long, is undoubtedly one of the attractions of the city in the middle of the world: "MACAPÁ"
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  • July 30, 2017
    Worth the visit, despite the abandonment. The monorail that progressed by 400 metres the trapiche Amazons inside no longer works, the buildings closed and poorly cared for. We feel awesome in place, but there are some guards at the entrance that say there is no danger. The Government could take better care not only of this place, but as all the attractions of Macapá.
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  • July 2, 2017
    If it were a place, if the cable car and the restaurant was running the place would be nice, but unfortunately the site is always under construction that never ends. During the day until the to walk there and enjoy a breeze, but the night becomes dangerous.
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  • December 9, 2016
    Boa Vista
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  • July 14, 2017
    One of my favorite places from Macapá, although it is almost always closed. Is a great way to see a little more what is the Amazon River. When the cable car works is even better, it's a shame the city leave this place.
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  • July 25, 2017
    Great place to take the family to the edge of the Amazon River, has many bars and entertainment options for children.
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  • July 6, 2017
    Good ride
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