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Trapiche Eliezer Levy, Macapa

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Pier / Boardwalk
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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  • The day I visited I could only see from the outside because it was closed. The site apparently would require a revitalization. Can you see the Amazon River.
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  • To enjoy the panoramic view of the River, a long ride is done in the store. It has a cable car that tends to make the trip, but this is not always available. The vistacoes now is can perform during the week, during the day, from Monday to Friday. place ideal to enjoy of the coast, the city, and the immensity of the River to the other side, in the State of for. Imperdível.
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  • You follow by a walkway for a 300 meters in the Amazon River. Beautiful view of the River, but the site is abandoned. The cable car and the bar weren't working.
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  • Boa Vista
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  • Bad, more can improve.
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  • Beautiful view of the Amazon River. Especially at high tide.
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  • Very beautiful place. Too bad they don't have better structure of restaurants.
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