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Historical Venue - This venue hosted the 1950 FIFA World Cup soccer final match in which Uruguay beat Brazil 2-1 in the final match. In addition, it also host the 2014 FIFA World Cup soccer, 2013 FIFA Confederation Cup, 2016 Summer Olympics & Paralympics other...More
Maracanã icon stadium but don’t bother with guided tour! Boring as it’s in Portuguese followed by Spanish then English!! Just walk round and read all the signage. Takes about 45 mins as not really that much to see compared to Camp Nou for example
For any person who is in love with football there is no description to provide, only with the Maracana name, you know what you go for. Even the museum is a really small one, its a good choice to visit (if you are a student...More
Entrance is 30 /60 real which is £6 for concessions / £12 full and will give you an unguided access through Door 2 to a lovely little museum with famous Brazilian footballers' boots, shirts and memorabilia. You will visit the dressing room. media centre, shop...More
Join the boisterous crowds of fans in this famous soccer stadium. Built in 1950, it has been fully renovated for the most recent Olympics and World Cup events. Although it has a small museum and tours, best to visit for a live weekend game.
The visit is very nice, they have a small museum once you get in where you can see some shoes frok famous football players as well as tshits and foot prints, if you are a fan of soccer it is a must to visit ,...More