Students in Santa Teresa

Students in Santa Teresa

Students in Santa Teresa.
Students in Santa Teresa.

Nach dem Unterricht sind die abwechslungsreichen RioLIVE! Aktivitäten eine tolle Möglichkeit interessante Sehenswürdigkeiten zu besichtigen, neue Stadtteile zu erkunden, landestypische Tänze zu erlernen und dabei gleichzeitig seine Sprachkenntnisse zu verbessern. Die Lehrer versuchen auch hier immer dafür zu sorgen, dass Portugiesisch gesprochen wird. Manchmal gleicht das schon fast einem Privatunterricht mit “Aussicht”.

Tristan Seibel, Germany.

Having beers at Bar do Mineiro.
Having beers at Bar do Mineiro.
On our last RioLIVE! Activity our students were in Santa Teresa to see the most bohemian neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro. Many consider Santa Teresa the most traditional neighborhood in the Cidade Maravilhosa. Having our students there was very interesting because they got to practice their Portuguese and see a very interesting part of town.
We started our RioLIVE! activity with a relaxed conversation with beers and spoke a lot about the history about the history of the neighborhood, and our students asked a lot of questions and told many stories that they had heard about the place. We walked a lot and got to Parque das Ruínas, a very beautiful place that has one of the most beautiful views of Rio de Janeiro. From the top of the Park it is possible to see the Sugar Loaf, The Christ, Downtown and the city of Niterói.
Since Santa Teresa is the most bohemian neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro, we had to finish our RioLIVE! having a few drinks. So we went to the traditional Bar do Mineiro to eat, drink and get ready for the Carioca night. It was a super fun afternoon.
Come have fun with the RioLIVE! Activities.
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Click here and check how were our last Santa Teresa RioLIVE! Activities 😉
November 2016
October 2015
September 2015
July 2015
April 2015
March 2015
August 2014
March 2014
September 2013
August 2013

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