Marcone and I really worked hard before, during and after Carnaval, so many great tours and we got to know wonderful people. We kept taking care of our british family Glen and Marion, and after the parties of Carnaval we were back to the scenery. We did lot, we even thought about going to Buzios but the traffic was going back to the city and we would be stuck on it...And we just realized that NITEROI was left to be visited!!!!!
Niteroi is the city where I was raised, big part of my life story was lived in this city which touristically speaking it is a great surprise in any trip to Rio.
I know the most hidden corner, I know the best viewpoints...And from Niteroi we can see a real different perspective of Rio's city skyline. But once we visit Niteroi we really feel that we are very faraway from the city, the pace of life has its very own rhythm...And Niteroi still have people that sulutes you when you pass by.
Great coast line, fantastic mountains and amazing food...IN NITEROI GLEN AND MARION TASTED THE EXQUISITE RICE WITH LIME OR LIME RICE...WITH A DELICIOUS CREAM OF PROWN CALLED "BOBÓ".
Going to Niteroi after a big marathon in our Carnaval was a great found!!! We had loads of fun and spectacular photos. We visit the famous Contemporary Museum, we visit my paraglyding school in Parque da Cidade, we walked in the fishing village of Jurujuba and we reached the very left edge of Guanabara Bay on the Holy Cross Fort in Niteroi.
VISIT TO NITEROI WILL BE THE BIG HIGHLIGHT OF ANY TRIP!!!
And showing my Niteroi to Glen and Marion was a very big honor to me!!!
One more successful tour shared with Marcone, a great and brilliant tour guide that will help to write with PEN OF GOLD the history of our Tourism and to keep our tradition to welcome our visitors with passion, enthusiasm and pride!