The Flamingo Park in Rio de Janeiro is a very beautiful large park. There are dense woods and wide lawns. There are many very distinctive sculptures in the forest. The air is very fresh and refreshing. This rare quiet is definitely a good place for exercise and walking.
A beautiful little park in the center of the city, Flamenco is also an important figure in Brazil, the whole park is beautiful, you can experience very good cultural characteristics here, the plants and flowers in the park are very rough. The view is beautiful
This is a large city park with 300 acres of dense and lush vegetation, and it's a great experience to walk or ride around! There are many plants and numbers, said to be over 10,000 trees.
Created on a landfill that extends into Guanabara Bay, the long serpentine park remains one of Rio's prime green spaces, and is sprinkled with football fields, grassy lawns, tree-lined paths, outdoor concert halls, monuments, museums and several scenic beaches (which are fine for strolling along, but not clean enough for swimming). Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx, best known for his contributions to Brasília, designed the 296-acre park. One of the best times to visit is on Sundays, when the avenues through the park close to traffic, and cyclists, joggers and inline skaters rule the roads.
Flamingo Park is the largest recreation area in Rio, also known as the Little Paris of Rio. The park has the Museum of Modern Art and the Memorial to the WWII Soldier, with a simple but contagious line. The park is also a good place for people and tourists to walk and relax and exercise.