Lunch in Goiania
I am going to Goiania in a week.
It is very difficult to find anything on the internet about the city (in English) and I have found nothing about what to see and where to eat.
Recommendations are highly appreciated. I am really looking forward to this trip.
Also, I will be playing a round of golf in Brasilia. Do anyone know of any other golfcourses within a couple of hours drive from Goiania?
I too am planning a trip to Goiania from Brasil in Oct - 3 nights.
so have been reading up on Brasil -
From the "Rough Guide to Brazil" -
A PEIXISQUEIRA - Praca Walter Santos 164 - Tel 62-233-9333
ANHANGUERA -Av Anhanguera / Av Paranaiba.
BURITIS - Rua13 / Av dos Buritis
DRAGAO - Rua Maria Cruvinel 1111 - tel 62-215-1442
KI-SABOR - Rua 3, # 67
PIQUIRAS 0 Av Republica do Libano 1758 - tel 62-223-8168
SABOR TRADICAO - Rua74, # 194
TACHO DO COBRE - Rua 72, # 550 - tel 62--242-1241
TROPEIRO CHOPERA - Rua 10
VEGETARIANO - Rua 7 #475 -tel - 62-225-7290
From the "Lets go Brazil" guide -
ARGUS RESTRAURANT - Rua 2 #139 - tel 62-224-8429
TORRE DO PIZZA - Rua2 #56 - tel 62-225-4802
CHINA - Rua 7 # 623 - tel 62-215-1122
BUFFALO GRILL - Rua 7 #780 - Tel 62-215-3935
MODIGLIANNI - Rua 7 # 754 - tel 62-215-4155
PIZZERIA CHINA BRASIL - Av Anhanguera 100 - tel 62-224-2978
PASTELANDIA - Rua Goias 382 - tel 62-212-5389
Hope this helps - let me know if you need the "sights"
Are you living in Brasilia //
I think I should have elaborated a little more on what I am missing.
Yes, I have the book too. But do not think it is even close to tell me enough about a city that is a lot larger than the capital of the country I am living in (Norway).
What I am looking for is personal recommendations. I do have local contacts, but in a city that is as big as this, nobody has the full knowledge. That is why a website like this is so beautiful.
I will of course let you know about good places that find during my trip. I am leaving Oslo today and will be in Brazil tomorrow.
There is a problem on the Virtual Tourist site. There is a Goiania that is in Pernambuco, a beach State, and a Goiania in the interior of the country near Brasilia.
The interior Goiania is a big city, called the Dallas of Brazil due to it strong ties to agriculture and cattle.
It's a safe, clean city. Not 3rd world, but neither 1st. That is to say, you little English spoken, but has a modern infrastruture.
There are few foreigners here, which makes it interesting for "outsiders". You will be will received.
The primary problem for a tourist is the lack of any "tourist sites". There are none. However, if you want to see a typcial big city in the interior of Brazil, then you will find Goiania an interesting destination.
The beers is cold, the bars are full and it is cheap for "people from outside". If you hit the right spot and make contact with some of the English speaking young folks, you will have a very good time.
Av. Rep. do Libano, 1520, St Oeste, Goiania, State of Goias, 74115-030, Brazil
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