Brique da Redencao, Porto Alegre

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Set in Farroupilha, a large urban park that is an oasis of calm in the centre of busy Porto Alegre, Brique da Redencao gives visitors a chance to browse leisurely through a variety of wares. With approximately 300 stalls part of the flea market, a wide selection of products can be found, including arts and crafts, antiques, and food. There are also regular street performances and exhibitions. Add Brique da Redencao and other attractions to your Porto Alegre trip itinerary using our Porto Alegre trip planner .
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  • The play of redemption is a fair that takes place on Saturdays and Sundays in the farroupilha Park or redemption as it is known, a very nice place to stroll and shop, a handicraft market a lot of variety and numerous articles.
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  • Excellent program for a Sunday morning with handicrafts and antiques, not to mention the square itself is worth a visit.
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  • It's a great attraction for Sunday morning. The Park gets crowded and the food is very nice, with antiques and handicrafts. I fell in love with a tent selling crochet sweaters. I didn't buy the vest I liked and now I can't remember the name of the tent to find if she has a page on the internet. Just remember that began with flower, the name. Lol But super recommend a walk in the Park and fair too!
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  • Every Sunday they have a fair
  • It's always nice to go there to see new arts and crafts things or get some cool antiques. Meanwhile enjoy a nice juice, love apple, cotton candy, popcorn or churros.
  • Huge park part of city history, lot's of people on the weekends. Can get dangerous during the week and late at night
  • The fair Brique is a very nice event, present to Redencao bus every Sunday along avenida alberataJose Bonifacio, fronting the Farroupilha Park. There are about 300 exhibitors work from 9:00 at 5:00 pm. The craftsmanship is of great quality, made of various raw materials like silver, leather, iron, cotton, wood, glass and porcelain. Artists sell woodblock prints, paintings and sculptures. There are all sorts of rare antiques and collectibles, including jewelry, furniture, household goods, books, magazines, and vinyl records. The use of credit cards is routine in fair trade. The culinary arts is another great attraction of the fair. There is everything from the delicacies of badian, at Arabic spices, more light products and integrals. DON'T MISS THIS DELICIOUS!!
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  • Very good for those who like 😂
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