The 7th Latinmag Biennial Meeting will be held at the main campus of the National Observatory (ON/MCTI) located at General José Cristino Street, 77, Rio de Janeiro (RJ).
We have secured a special 15% discount rate with the Ibis Hotels.
Reservations can be made directly by using this link.
Here are also some suggestions for hotels and hostels in the Rio de Janeiro, both in downtown and South Zone.
The event organizers does not recommend seasonal properties to be rented in the São Cristóvão neighborhood (Airbnb). For those who want to stay closer to the National Observatory, we recommend the neighborhoods of Tijuca (closest region to Shopping Tijuca) or Vila Isabel using transport apps such as Uber or 99.
We do not recommend walking at night in certain neighborhoods such as the city center or the São Cristóvão neighborhood. If you have any questions or further guidance regarding this topic, please contact the event organization by email at email@example.com, with the subject “GUIDANCE ON HOSTING BY OTHER MEANS“
The National Observatory is located at General. José Cristino, 77 – Vasco da Gama, Rio de Janeiro. The nearest subway (around 3.2 km) is the São Cristovao Line 2 station (R. Bartolomeu de Gusmão – São Cristóvão, Rio de Janeiro – RJ)
We suggest taking an Uber for transportation to the final location (ON). It takes no longer than 10 minutes.
Founded in 1565, Rio de Janeiro is the last capital and the second most populous city in Brazil. Part of the city has been designate at the UNESCO World Heritage List, named “Rio de Janeiro: Carioca Ladscapes between the mountain and the sea.” Land of many universities and institutes, it is the second largest center of research and development in Brazil, accounting for 17 percent of national scientific output, and it is the first national oil producer.
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most visited cities in the South America, being well known for its natural settings, as the Christ the Redeemer (named of the new seven wonders of the world), Maracanã Stadium, Sugarloaf Mountain. It also comprises some of the world’s most famous beaches (Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon) and the world’s largest urban forest – Tijuca National Park – with an area of over 4,200 ha exhibiting lakes, fountains, historical sites, and extraordinary native flora and fauna. Rio de Janeiro is also the birthplace of important Brazilian cultural expressions, such as samba, bossa-nova, and chorinho.
The region where The National Observatory is located is close to downtown, but Rio’s tourist attractions and nightlife are in the south zone, from Flamengo to Leblon. Good tips about tourism and cultural itineraries in Rio de Janeiro and the best hotels and restaurants can be found on the RioTur website: http://riotur.rio/en/welcome/ (English-version website).
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