I have relatives there, so it was good because I didn’t need to stay in a hotel and I had a personal tourist guide, my uncle. But he couldn’t be with me all the time. Sometimes he just left me at the places and I explored the city walking most of the time. This walking experience was great, as I could go anywhere I wanted. But, as it is said, Brasilia isn’t made for walkers, it was made for cars. The streets and avenues are so large and most of them don’t even have a traffic light.
Apart from that I could enjoy Oscar Niemeyer’s architecture and other beautiful modernist buildings. I took more tham 500 pictures and I put the best ones on my flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/uaba/sets/72157607453213578/
I do recommend people to go to Brasilia if they are interested in architecture.over 4 years ago