Feira de Sao Cristovao, Rio de Janeiro
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  • We went on the recommendation that there we could buy souvenirs, eat typical food and there was absolutely nothing. It was all closed, dirty and foul-smelling.
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  • The fair is a multipurpose space delicious. The structure is peculiar, this is not a place tidy, but breathe a lot of culture and cuisine of the northeastern part of Brazil. Go without fear to eat, drink, watch the shows, dance forró or play in the pig with the children. It is an easily accessible location, with taxis at the door all night. Has programming throughout the day, at least on the weekends. The shows end up around 5:00. Begins to be filled with the nightfall, but is it possible to make a good programming during the day, the flag is a part, has already yielded Award for architecture to Brazil.
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  • Lunch in a family. A great place in Rio to buy products of Northeastern origin, from food to clothing and products for the home. Many good restaurants, music everywhere.
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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.