a half day through the history of our region
During this tour we will visit the old market, the Amazonas opera house, municipal market, fish market, banana market, Manaus port, rio negro palace.
Our tour starts from your hotel from where we will head to the historical center of Manaus, you'll be able to see the facades of the buildings with the marks of neo classic style that was the look of Manaus during the rubber boom. We'll go through an area called "the old Manaus" which can give a clear understanding of the rich era that our region held. We'll visit the Amazonas Opera House and understand how so many materials and artists were brought from Europe to the jungle to build a place that remains a symbol of this beautiful era. We'll head to the market complex to see the three buildings know as the banana market, the fish market and the municipal market, each holding its unique beauty. We'll visit also the Rio Negro Palace that was intended to be a rubber baron's house but ended up becoming the government's office.
Please send me a message if you have a group larger than 3, I will create a customized tour for you that includes a larger vehicle.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Our tour starts from your hotel in Manaus. If you need airport transfers please contact me before booking and I will provide a quote.
End location: Our tour ends back to your hotel but if you want to be dropped anywhere else along the way just let me know
Duration: 3 hours 30 min.
duration may vary due to weather and traffic.
We'll do this city tour on a sedan air confitioned car able to transport up to 4 people (3 comfortably), part of the tour will be done walking (through the market complex).
If you have a group larger than 3 please contact me so I can arrange a larger vehicle for your tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 USD - This is an estimate to pay for small personal items.
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Milton is delightful. He met us at the Cruise Port and showed us the sights of Manaus including the markets (we sampled Brazil nuts), the Palace (now museum) and the Opera House. It was so enjoyable to see those places one-on-one with a person knowledgeable about them. Milton's English is excellent.