Arrived by train which was on time. Platform was clean and easy walking to the stadium. Toilets were inside the entry area so be prepared for a wait. When inside the stadium grounds are spacious and tidy. Seating was ok however I found the seat backs a bit too flexible. Ample space between people. Good rake which meant that you... 更多
This stadium hosted athletics during the Rio 2016 Games. I visited on three separate occasions, sitting in different areas each time and the views were all great. It is easy to get to using the metro and train, however the surrounding area is not great.
This stadium held the Athletics during Rio 2016 Summer Games. It is very nice inside and Bolt won his last three golden medals here. It usually have soccer games (not the most important), but it can be a good alternative in case there is no games in Maracanã. It is vey interesting. The bad side of this is that the... 更多
We enjoyed watching the track and field here during the Olympics. From what we were told Botofogo plays here at other times. Decent stadium but lacks all the modern creature comforts one finds at new stadiums like pubs, restaurants, plenty of restrooms etc.
THis stadium is shut down for structural work. And has been for about two years. Incredibly, the stadium built in 2007 has already presented serious structural compromise. And it is supposed to be the opening venue for the Olympics one year from now.
You haven't really been to Brazil until you've seen a football game! I was taken here to see a Botafogo match with some friends and had an amazing time. Attendance was low for this particular game, but the supporters were always loud and the crowd was always in it. The stadium itself is still undergoing work so some sections were... 更多
Commonly known by the cariocas as "Engenhão", and with the official name of "Estádio Nilton Santos" (João Havelange was the... 更多
It is a soccer stadium, that's it. It was built for the Panamerican games in 2007. The location is not... 更多