Feira de Sao Cristovao, Rio de Janeiro
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  • The fair is a space for all ages, bringing the traditions of the Northeast. During the day and at night fine dining, entertainment, culture and music. Indico ever!
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  • A great place to buy souvenirs, food and entertainment with friends is the river or visitors. An environment with diversity of culture.
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  • Worth knowing the "Center Luiz Gonzaga of Northeastern Traditions", official name of the fair of St. Christopher. You pay a symbolic price to enter, and the site offers a variety of shops with crafts, sweets, cachaça and many other typical products from northeastern Brazil, besides several restaurants with food from several Northeastern States. Don't let the ice cream shop with an endless list of flavors of caves also typical of the region. The Center also has stages with live musical performances, some with the dance floor for a good shindig.
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  • Market place with typical food from the Nord-Este of Brazil. This place is basically good for drinking and dancing. Most of the shops are selling the same stuff.
  • Great food, great atmosphere. Maybe too local for average tourists, but for open minded tourists it is a must to see.
  • Lively market with lots of opportunities to eat northern dishes and enjoy the live music and dancing going on here throughout the day. And luckily, few tourists to be found. We experienced a power cut for 20 minutes while having lunch; don't know how common that is though. There is a small entrance fee.
  • This is the most authentic place for true popular culture in the city. This is grassroots, not only for tourists.
  • The place is quite a mess. I went there thinking I was going to find typical stuff from the northeast of Brazil and I just found that kind of stuff that is mass produced and isn't typical at all. The prices inside there where the same than outside in other places of Rio.